High standard of living, full social security, low unemployment. This is not a myth, some modern and industrialized countries of the world have chosen this course. And the citizens of these countries do not truly live, but roll like cheese in butter. We represent the richest countries in the world.
Now the world economy is not up to par. Although it is in decline, there are still countries in the world in which it lives freely. At least, there are any, according to the experts of the International Monetary Fund. They called the richest countries in the world. And this rating was the size of the BBH per capita.
TOP of the richest countries in the worldSo, the list of countries where many wish to leave for permanent residence. The ranking "The Richest Countries of the World" opens Austria. It is in this country per capita GDP is 39,711 dollars. Nearly 8.5 million people live here, most of them speak German.
At the tenth place TOP of the richest countries in the world is Ireland. Although she was weakened by the 2008 economic crisis, she did not lose her position and was able to get on her feet. In Ireland, GDP per capita is also impressive - 39 thousand 999 dollars. There are 4.58 million people living in the country. And the food, metallurgical and textile industries help them not to live in misery.
That's really who does not surprise with its presence in the ranking “The Richest Countries of 2013” is Switzerland. The world knows the country as the birthplace of first-class chocolate, excellent ski resort and the highest quality watches. In addition, Switzerland is a great place for investors.It opened about 4 thousand financial institutions, in particular, a huge number of branches of foreign banks.
Far and richest countryNo wonder everyone wants to go there. The USA continues the list of the richest countries in the world. The economy of this state also suffered in 2008 from the global financial crisis. But the country still holds high positions in the world market.
A real gem of Southeast Asia. Singapore combined the architectural fairy tale of the 19th century, the culture of India, Malaysia, China and several European countries, as well as modern entertainment and shopping centers. Only 5 million people live in Singapore. But with dignity and comfort. The country's GDP per capita is as much as 56 thousand 797 dollars. And the country lives by the electronic and chemical industries.