|Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world by|
per capita gross domestic product [GDP (PPP) per capita: $41,950].
|Also known for its high standard of living, Austria is ranked at|
No 12 with GDP (PPP) per capita of $39,761.
|Technology, manufacturing and finance hub Singapore is ranked|
third on the list. The country’s GDP (PPP) per capita is $56,694
|Ireland: GDP (PPP) per capita: $39,492|
|Kuwait (No.15) has the world's fifth largest oil reserves and its|
petroleum products now account for around 95% of export
revenues, and approximately 80% of government income. Ranked
at No.15, the country’s GDP (PPP) per capita is $38,775.
|In second place on the list is Luxembourg, with a per capita GDP on|
a purchasing-power parity (PPP) basis of $81,466.
|The Netherlands was one of the world’s first countries to have|
an elected parliament. And the benefits of democracy seem to be
reaching its citizens. Its GDP (PPP) per capita is $40,973.
|A highly developed country, Australia is one of the world's largest economies.GDP (PPP) per capita: $39,764]|