Top 101 Most Amazingly richest Man in the world by Net Total Worth Billionaire

Top 101 Most Amazingly richest Man in the world by Net Total Worth Billionaire

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Richest Entrepreneur in the World – Rank 1

1 Bill Gates $86 B, 61    Microsoft United States – He is the Top 1 Richest Man in the world. William Henry Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is a co-founder of the Microsoft Corporation and is an American business magnate, investor, author and philanthropist.

Net worth – US$89.2 billion (October 2017)
Title – Technology Advisor of Microsoft
Co-Chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, CEO of Cascade Investment, Chairman of Branded Entertainment Network, Chairman of TerraPower, Board member of Microsoft, Berkshire Hathaway
Spouse(s) – Melinda Gates (m. 1994)
Children – 3
Parent(s) – William H. Gates Sr., Mary Maxwell Gates
Website – gatesnotes.com

Second Richest Entrepreneur in the World 

2 Jeff Bezos –  $82.6 B, 53, Amazon.com, United States –  (born January 12, 1964) is an American technology and retail entrepreneur, investor, computer scientist, and philanthropist, best known as the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Amazon.com, the world's largest online shopping retailer. The company began as an Internet merchant of books and expanded to a wide variety of products and services, most recently video streaming and audio streaming. Amazon.com is currently the world's largest Internet sales company on the World Wide Web, as well as the world's largest provider of cloud infrastructure services, which is available through its Amazon Web Services arm.

 

 

Third Richest Entrepreneur in the World

3    Amancio Ortega    $77.7 B    81    Zara    Spain

Amancio Ortega Gaona (born 28 March 1936) is a Spanish business tycoon. He is the founder and former chairman of Inditex fashion group, best known for its chain of Zara clothing and accessories retail shops.Amancio is the wealthiest retailer in the world

The Ranking mentioned below are as per latest earning as on September 2017. These Rankings might change a bit since Net worth of any individual keeps changing on daily basis.

Rank Name Net Worth Age Source Country of Citizenship
#1 Bill Gates $86 B 61 Microsoft United States
#2 Jeff Bezos $82.6 B 53 Amazon.com United States
#3 Amancio Ortega $77.7 B 81 Zara Spain
#4 Warren Buffett $76.7 B 87 Berkshire Hathaway United States
#5 Mark Zuckerberg $56 B 33 Facebook United States
#6 Carlos Slim Helu $54.5 B 77 telecom Mexico
#7 Larry Ellison $52.2 B 73 software United States
#8 Charles Koch $48.3 B 81 diversified United States
#8 David Koch $48.3 B 77 diversified United States
#10 Michael Bloomberg $47.5 B 75 Bloomberg LP United States
#11 Bernard Arnault $41.5 B 68 LVMH France
#12 Larry Page $40.7 B 44 Google United States
#13 Sergey Brin $39.8 B 44 Google United States
#14 Liliane Bettencourt $39.5 B 94 L'Oreal France
#15 S. Robson Walton $34.1 B 72 Wal-Mart United States
#16 Jim Walton $34 B 69 Wal-Mart United States
#17 Alice Walton $33.8 B 67 Wal-Mart United States
#18 Wang Jianlin $31.3 B 63 real estate China
#19 Li Ka-shing $31.2 B 89 diversified Hong Kong
#20 Sheldon Adelson $30.4 B 84 casinos United States
#21 Steve Ballmer $30 B 61 Microsoft United States
#22 Jorge Paulo Lemann $29.2 B 78 beer Brazil
#23 Jack Ma $28.3 B 53 e-commerce China
#24 Beate Heister & Karl Albrecht Jr. $27.2 B supermarkets Germany
#24 David Thomson $27.2 B 60 media Canada
#26 Jacqueline Mars $27 B 77 candy United States
#26 John Mars $27 B 81 candy United States
#28 Phil Knight $26.2 B 79 Nike United States
#29 Maria Franca Fissolo $25.2 B 82 Nutella, chocolates Italy
#29 George Soros $25.2 B 87 hedge funds United States
#31 Ma Huateng $24.9 B 46 internet media China
#32 Lee Shau Kee $24.4 B 89 real estate Hong Kong
#33 Mukesh Ambani $23.2 B 60 petrochemicals, oil & gas India
#34 Masayoshi Son $21.2 B 60 internet, telecom Japan
#35 Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen $21.1 B 69 Lego Denmark
#36 Georg Schaeffler $20.7 B 52 automotive Germany
#37 Joseph Safra $20.5 B 78 banking Brazil
#38 Michael Dell $20.4 B 52 Dell computers United States
#38 Susanne Klatten $20.4 B 55 BMW, pharmaceuticals Germany
#40 Len Blavatnik $20 B 60 diversified United States
#40 Laurene Powell Jobs $20 B 53 Apple, Disney United States
#42 Paul Allen $19.9 B 64 Microsoft, investments United States
#43 Stefan Persson $19.6 B 70 H&M Sweden
#44 Theo Albrecht, Jr. $18.8 B 66 Aldi, Trader Joe's Germany
#45 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud $18.7 B 62 investments Saudi Arabia
#46 Leonid Mikhelson $18.4 B 62 gas, chemicals Russia
#47 Charles Ergen $18.3 B 64 satellite TV United States
#47 Stefan Quandt $18.3 B 51 BMW Germany
#49 James Simons $18 B 79 hedge funds United States
#50 Leonardo Del Vecchio $17.9 B 82 eyeglasses Italy
#51 Alexey Mordashov $17.5 B 52 steel, investments Russia
#52 William Ding $17.3 B 46 online games China
#53 Dieter Schwarz $17 B 78 retail Germany
#54 Ray Dalio $16.8 B 68 hedge funds United States
#55 Carl Icahn $16.6 B 81 investments United States
#56 Lakshmi Mittal $16.4 B 67 steel India
#57 Serge Dassault $16.1 B 92 diversified France
#57 Vladimir Lisin $16.1 B 61 steel, transport Russia
#59 Gennady Timchenko $16 B 64 oil, gas Russia
#60 Wang Wei $15.9 B 46 package delivery China
#60 Tadashi Yanai $15.9 B 68 fashion retail Japan
#62 Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi $15.8 B 73 drinks, real estate Thailand
#63 Francois Pinault $15.7 B 81 luxury goods France
#64 Hinduja family $15.4 B diversified United Kingdom
#65 David & Simon Reuben $15.3 B 74 investments, real estate United Kingdom
#66 Donald Bren $15.2 B 85 real estate United States
#66 Alisher Usmanov $15.2 B 64 steel, telecom, investments Russia
#68 Lee Kun-Hee $15.1 B 75 Samsung South Korea
#69 Thomas & Raymond Kwok $15 B real estate Hong Kong
#69 Joseph Lau $15 B 66 real estate Hong Kong
#69 Gina Rinehart $15 B 63 mining Australia
#72 Azim Premji $14.9 B 72 software services India
#73 Marcel Herrmann Telles $14.8 B 67 beer Brazil
#74 Vagit Alekperov $14.5 B 67 oil Russia
#75 Mikhail Fridman $14.4 B 53 oil, banking, telecom Russia
#75 Abigail Johnson $14.4 B 55 money management United States
#77 Pallonji Mistry $14.3 B 88 construction Ireland
#77 Vladimir Potanin $14.3 B 56 metals Russia
#79 Wang Wenyin $14 B 49 mining, copper products China
#80 Elon Musk $13.9 B 46 Tesla Motors United States
#80 Stefano Pessina $13.9 B 76 drugstores Italy
#82 German Larrea Mota Velasco $13.8 B 63 mining Mexico
#82 Thomas Peterffy $13.8 B 73 discount brokerage United States
#84 Iris Fontbona $13.7 B 74 mining Chile
#84 Dilip Shanghvi $13.7 B 62 pharmaceuticals India
#86 Dietrich Mateschitz $13.4 B 73 Red Bull Austria
#87 Harold Hamm $13.3 B 71 oil & gas United States
#87 Robin Li $13.3 B 48 internet search China
#89 Andrey Melnichenko $13.2 B 45 coal, fertilizers Russia
#90 Rupert Murdoch $13.1 B 86 newspapers, TV network United States
#90 Heinz Hermann Thiele $13.1 B 76 brakes Germany
#92 Steve Cohen $13 B 61 hedge funds United States
#92 Patrick Drahi $13 B 54 telecom France
#94 Henry Sy $12.7 B 92 diversified Philippines
#95 Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken $12.6 B 63 Heineken Netherlands
#96 Philip Anschutz $12.5 B 77 investments United States
#96 Ronald Perelman $12.5 B 74 leveraged buyouts United States
#96 Hans Rausing $12.5 B 91 packaging Sweden
#96 Carlos Alberto Sicupira $12.5 B 69 beer Brazil
#100 Klaus-Michael Kuehne $12.4 B 80 shipping Germany

Top 100 Least Densely Populated Countries World Sparsely Per Sq Km Per Sq Mi

Top 100 Least Densely Populated Countries World

Top 100 Least Densely Populated Countries World 2017 Thickly per sq Km (per sq Ml)

Find Top 100 Least Densely Populated Countries World by per sq Km (per sq Miles). We have also ranked all countries below in decreasing order of per sq Km (per sq Miles) .

The Ranking mentioned here are based on per sq Km (per sq Miles) and not on total area of the country.

Macau (China) is the Densely Populated City/country if we look as per sq Km (per sq Miles).

Then Comes Monaco and then Singapore.


Densely Populated Country in the World – Rank 1 –GreenLand (Denmark)

Here are Top 100 Least Densely Populated Countries World 2017.

Greenland has a population of 56,370 (January 2013 estimate), of whom 88% are Greenlandic Inuit (including mixed persons). The remaining 12% are of European descent, mainly Greenland Danes. Several thousand Greenlandic Inuit reside in Denmark proper. The majority of the population is Lutheran. Nearly all Greenlanders live along the fjords in the south-west of the main island, which has a relatively mild climate. More than 17,000 people reside in Nuuk, the capital city.

Second Densely Populated Country in the World –  Svalbard and Jan Mayen (Norway)

 

Jan Mayen is a volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean located at the border of the Norwegian Sea and the Greenland Sea. The single island covers an area of 377 square kilometres (146 sq mi) and is dominated by the 2,277-metre (7,470 ft) tall Beerenberg volcano. The island's only population is a combined military and meteorological outpost that operates a LORAN-C transmitter at Olonkinbyen

 

 


Third Densely Populated Country in the World-  Falkland Islands (UK)

 

The Falkland Islands have a low population density. According to the 2012 census, the average daily population of the Falklands was 2,932, excluding military personnel serving in the archipelago and their dependents. A 2012 report counted 1,300 uniformed personnel and 50 British Ministry of Defence civil servants present in the Falklands

 

Top 100 Least Densely Populated countries 2017 World

 

Here is the List of Top 10 and top 100 Least Thickly populated countries around the world.The List has been generated by dividing total amount of land available in particular country by number of people living there. Both for per square kilometre and per square miles it has been calculated. Macau is the Least densely populated country that means land area per head over there is the least compared to all the countries in the world. Top 4 countries exist in south east Asia.

Top 10 Least Populated country in the world 2017

Top 100 Least Densely Populated countries 2017 World sq Km (per sq Miles)  

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Country (or dependent territory) Area (km2) Area (mi2) Population Density (pop./km2) Density(pop./mi2)
1  Greenland (Denmark) 2166000 836297 55984 0.03 0.08
2  Svalbard and Jan Mayen (Norway) 61399 23706 2655 0.04 0.1
3  Falkland Islands (UK) 12173 4700 2563 0.21 0.54
4  Pitcairn Islands (UK) 47 18 56 1.2 3.1
5  Tristan da Cunha (UK) 207 80 266 1.3 3.4
6  Mongolia 1564100 603902 3000000 1.9 4.9
7 Western Sahara 252120 97344 567000 2.2 5.7
8  Namibia 825118 318580 2113077 2.6 7
9  French Guiana (France) 86504 33399 244118 2.8 7
10  Australia 7692024 2969907 24724820 3 8
11  Suriname 163820 63251 534189 3.3 9
12  Iceland 102775 39682 346750 3.4 9
13  Mauritania 1030700 397955 3461041 3.4 9
14  Botswana 581730 224607 2024904 3.5 9
15  Canada 9984670 3855103 36726245 4 10
16  Libya 1770060 683424 6244174 4 10
17  Guyana 214999 83012 784894 4 10
18  Niue (NZ) 261 101 1613 6 16
19  Kazakhstan 2724900 1052090 17186000 6 16
20  Gabon 267667 103347 1672000 6 16
21  Central African Republic 622436 240324 4616000 7 18
22  Russia 17125242 6612093 1.47E+08 9 23
23  Bolivia 1098581 424164 11145770 10 26
24  Ascension Island (UK) 88 34 880 10 26
25  Chad 1284000 495755 14900000 12 31
26  Turkmenistan 491210 189657 5758000 12 31
27  Oman 309500 119499 4183841 14 36
28  New Caledonia (France) 18575 7172 258958 14 36
29  Christmas Island (Australia) 137 53 2072 15 39
30  Mali 1248574 482077 18542000 15 39
31  Republic of the Congo 342000 132047 5261000 15 39
32  Saudi Arabia 2149690 830000 33905320 16 41
33  Argentina 2780400 1073518 44044811 16 41
34  Norway 323782 125013 5290288 16 41
35  Finland 338424 130666 5509984 16 41
36  Belize 22965 8867 387879 17 44
37  Paraguay 406752 157048 6953646 17 44
38  Papua New Guinea 462840 178704 8151300 18 47
39  New Zealand 270467 104428 4832847 18 46
40  Niger 1186408 458075 21477348 18 47
41  Algeria 2381741 919595 41697498 18 47
42  Åland Islands (Finland) 1552 599 28502 18 47
43  Uruguay 176215 68037 3286314 19 49
44  South Sudan 644329 248777 12575714 20 52
45  Bhutan 38394 14824 793692 21 54
46  Vanuatu 12190 4707 272459 22 57
47  Sudan 1839542 710251 40782742 22 57
48  Zambia 752612 290585 16405229 22 57
49  Sweden 450295 173860 10096861 22 58
50  Solomon Islands 28370 10954 651700 23 60
51  Somalia 637657 246201 14743000 23 60
52  Chile 756096 291930 17373831 23 60
53  Angola 1246700 481354 28359634 23 60
54  Brazil 8515767 3287956 2.08E+08 24 63
55  Peru 1285216 496225 31826018 25 65
56  Saint Pierre and Miquelon (France) 242 93 6081 25 65
57  Bahamas 13940 5382 351461 25 65
58  Laos 236800 91429 6492400 27 70
59  Estonia 45339 17505 1315635 29 75
60  Latvia 64562 24928 1935800 30 78
61  Kyrgyzstan 199945 77199 6140200 31 80
62  United States 9833517 3796742 3.26E+08 33 86
63  Mozambique 799380 308642 27128530 34 88
64  Venezuela 916445 353841 31431164 34 88
65  Faroe Islands (Denmark) 1399 540 48244 34 88
66  Saint Helena (UK) 122 47 4534 37 96
67  Democratic Republic of the Congo 2345095 905446 85026000 36 93
68  Zimbabwe 390757 150872 14542235 37 96
69  Djibouti 23000 8880 864618 38 98
70  Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australia) 14 5 550 39 101
71  Lithuania 65300 25212 2819753 43 111
72  Guinea-Bissau 36125 13948 1553822 43 111
73  Palau 488 188 20901 43 111
74  Colombia 1141748 440831 49507003 43 112
75  Madagascar 587041 226658 25571000 44 114
76  Liberia 97036 37466 4289520 44 114
77  Eritrea 121100 46757 5482000 45 117
78  Montenegro 13812 5333 622387 45 117
79  Afghanistan 645807 249347 29724323 46 119
80  Belarus 207600 80155 9495800 46 119
81  South Africa 1220813 471359 56521900 46 119
82  Fiji 18333 7078 858038 47 122
83  Wallis and Futuna (France) 274 106 13135 48 124
84  Montserrat (UK) 102 39 4922 48 124
85  Iran 1648195 636372 80982083 49 127
86  Cameroon 466050 179943 23248044 50 129
87  Nicaragua 121428 46884 6262703 52 135
88  Guinea 245857 94926 12717176 52 135
89  Georgia 69700 26911 3718200 53 137
90  Panama 74177 28640 4098135 55 142
91  Equatorial Guinea 28051 10831 1622000 58 150
92  Tanzania 883749 341217 51557365 58 150
93  Tajikistan 143100 55251 8829300 62 161
94  Yemen 455000 175676 28250000 62 161
95  Mexico 1967138 759516 1.24E+08 63 163
96  Cook Islands (NZ) 237 92 14974 63 163
97  Bulgaria 111002 42858 7101859 64 166
98  Ecuador 255595 98686 16635300 65 169
99  Norfolk Island (Australia) 35 14 2302 66 171
100  Caribbean Netherlands (Netherlands) 322 124 21133 66 171

World Least Sparsely Populated country Top 10 Richest countries in the world

Antartica- has least number of people per square kilometre or per square miles because of its extreme climatic conditions.

Top 100 Most Densely Populated Countries World Thickly Heavily Per Sq Km Per Sq Mi

Top 100 Most Densely Populated Countries World

Top 100 Most Densely Populated Countries World Thickly per sq Km (per sq Ml)

Find Top 100 Most Densely Populated Countries World. We have ranked all countries below in decreasing order of per sq Km (per sq Miles) .

The Ranking mentioned here are based on per sq Km (per sq Miles) and not on total area of the country.

Macau (China) is the Densely Populated City/country if we look as per sq Km (per sq Miles).

Then Comes Monaco and then Singapore.


Densely Populated Country in the World – Rank 1 –Macau

Here are Top 100 Most Densely Populated Countries World.

Macau is the most densely populated region in the world, with a population density of 21,185.28 persons per square kilometre in 2016. Han Chinese make up 95% of Macau's population; another 2% is of Portuguese and/or mixed Chinese/Portuguese descent, an ethnic group often referred to as Macanese.According to the 2006 by-census, 47% of the residents were born in mainland China, of whom 74.1% were born in Guangdong and 15.2% in Fujian. Meanwhile, 42.5% of the residents were born in Macau, and those born in Hong Kong, the Philippines and Portugal shared 3.7%, 2.0% and 0.3% respectively.
The growth of population in Macau mainly relies on immigrants from mainland China and the influx of overseas workers since its birth rate is one of the lowest in the world

Second Densely Populated Country in the World – Monaco

 

Monaco's total population was 38,400 in 2015. Monaco's population is unusual in that the native Monégasques are a minority in their own country: the largest group are French nationals at 28.4%, followed by Monégasque (21.6%), Italian (18.7%), British (7.5%), Belgian (2.8%), German (2.5%), Swiss (2.5%) and U.S. nationals (1.2%).  Citizens of Monaco, whether born in the country or naturalized, are called Monégasque.Monaco has the world's highest life expectancy at nearly 90 years

 

 

Third Densely Populated Country in the World- Singapore

 

As of mid-2015, the estimated population of Singapore was 5,535,000 people, 3,375,000 (60.98%) of whom were citizens, while the remaining 2,160,000 (39.02%) were permanent residents (527,700) or foreign students/foreign workers/dependants (1,632,300). According to the country's most recent census in 2010, nearly 23% of Singaporean residents (i.e. citizens and permanent residents) were foreign born (which means about 10% of Singapore citizens were foreign-born naturalised citizens); if non-residents were counted, nearly 43% of the total population were foreign born.
The same census also reports that about 74.1% of residents were of Chinese descent, 13.4% of Malay descent, 9.2% of Indian descent, and 3.3% of other (including Eurasian) descent.

Top 100 Most Densely Populated Countries 2017 World

 

Here is the List of Top 10 and top 100 Most Thickly populated countries around the world.The List has been generated by dividing total amount of land available in particular country by number of people living there. Both for per square kilometre and per square miles it has been calculated. Macau is the most densely populated country that means land area per head over there is the least compared to all the countries in the world. Top 4 countries exist in south east Asia.

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Country (or dependent territory) Area (km2) Area (mi2) Population Density Density
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1  Macau (China) 30.5 12 648400 21259 55061
2  Monaco 2.02 0.78 37550 18589 48145
3  Singapore 719.2 278 5612300 7804 20212
4  Hong Kong (China) 1105.7 427 7389500 6683 17309
5  Gibraltar (UK) 6.8 2.6 33140 4874 12624
6  Bahrain 757 292 1451200 1917 4965
7   Vatican City 0.44 0.17 800 1818 4709
8  Malta 315 122 429344 1363 3530
9  Bermuda (UK) 52 20 64319 1237 3204
10  Sint Maarten (Kingdom of the Netherlands) 34 13 39410 1159 3002
11  Maldives 298 115 344023 1154 2989
12  Bangladesh 143998 55598 1.64E+08 1136 2941
13  Jersey (UK) 116 45 104200 898 2326
14  Guernsey (UK) 78 30 62723 804 2082
15  Palestinian Territories[4] 6020 2324 4816503 800 2072
16  Saint Martin (France) 54 21 36979 685 1774
17  Barbados 430 166 285719 664 1720
18 Taiwan (Republic of China) 36197 13976 23557467 651 1686
19  Mauritius 2040 788 1263820 620 1606
20  Lebanon 10452 4036 6082000 596 1544
21  Aruba (Kingdom of the Netherlands) 193 75 110882 575 1489
22  Mayotte (France) 374 144 212600 568 1471
23  San Marino 61 24 33263 545 1412
24  South Korea 100210 38691 51446201 513 1329
25  Nauru 21 8 10084 480 1243
26  Rwanda 25314 9774 11809295 467 1210
27  Tuvalu 26 10 11323 436 1129
28  Saint Barthélemy (France) 21 8 8938 426 1103
29  Comoros 1861 719 784745 422 1093
30  Netherlands 41526 16033 17173812 414 1071
31  Burundi 27816 10740 10400938 410 1062
32  Haiti 27065 10450 10911819 403 1044
33  India 3287240 1269211 1,324,281,276 403 1043
34  Israel 22072 8522 8775740 398 1030
35  Puerto Rico (US)[5] 8868 3424 3411307 385 997
36  Belgium 30528 11787 11370968 372 963
37  Curaçao (Kingdom of the Netherlands) 444 171 160337 361 935
38  Philippines 300000 115831 1.05E+08 350 906
39  Martinique (France) 1128 436 385551 342 886
40  Guam (US) 541 209 184200 340 881
41  Japan 377944 145925 1.27E+08 335 868
42  Réunion (France) 2512 970 821136 327 847
43  Sri Lanka 65610 25332 21444000 327 847
44  El Salvador 21040 8124 6581940 313 811
45  Marshall Islands 181 70 56086 310 803
46  United States Virgin Islands (US) 352 136 106405 302 782
47  Grenada 344 133 103328 300 777
48  American Samoa (US) 197 76 57100 290 751
49  Vietnam 331212 127882 93700000 283 733
50  Saint Lucia 617 238 169115 274 710
51  United Kingdom 242495 93628 65648000 271 702
52  Pakistan 803940 310403 2.1E+08 261 675
53  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 389 150 100892 259 671
54  Trinidad and Tobago 5155 1990 1328019 258 668
55  Jamaica 10991 4244 2730894 248 642
56  Guadeloupe (France) 1630 629 402119 247 640
57  Liechtenstein 160 62 37815 236 611
58  Germany 357168 137903 82800000 232 601
59  Luxembourg 2586 998 590667 228 591
60  Kuwait 17818 6880 4007000 225 583
61  Cayman Islands (UK) 259 100 55456 214 554
62  Dominican Republic 47875 18485 10169172 212 549
63  Nigeria 923768 356669 1.92E+08 208 539
64  Seychelles 455 176 94205 207 536
65   Switzerland 41285 15940 8448585 205 531
66  Italy 301308 116336 60507590 201 521
67  North Korea 120540 46541 24213510 201 521
68    Nepal 147181 56827 28825709 196 508
69  British Virgin Islands (UK) 151 58 29537 196 508
70  Antigua and Barbuda 442 171 86295 195 505
71  Saint Kitts and Nevis 270 104 51970 192 497
72  São Tomé and Príncipe 1001 386 187356 187 484
73  Qatar 11571 4468 2024707 175 453
74  Gambia 10690 4127 1849000 173 448
75  Kosovo[6] 10910 4212 1815606 166 430
76  Andorra 464 179 76246 164 425
77  Malawi 118484 45747 18622000 157 407
78  Uganda 241551 93263 37673800 156 404
79  Isle of Man 572 221 84497 148 383
80  Kiribati 726 280 106461 147 381
81  Cyprus 5896 2276 862000 146 378
82  Tonga 720 278 104270 145 376
83  Federated States of Micronesia 701 271 101351 145 376
84  Guatemala 108889 42042 15806675 145 376
85  China 9640821 3722342 1,387,666,418 144 373
86  Tokelau (NZ) 10 4 1411 141 365
87  Anguilla (UK) 96 37 13452 140 363
88  Indonesia 1904569 735358 2.62E+08 138 357
89  Czech Republic 78867 30451 10588063 134 347
90  Denmark 43098 16640 5756170 134 347
91  Thailand 513120 198117 68414000 133 344
92  Togo 56600 21853 7178000 127 329
93  France 543965 210026 67158000 123 319
94  Poland 312685 120728 38426000 123 319
95  Cape Verde 4033 1557 491875 122 316
96  Ghana 238533 92098 28956587 121 313
97  Northern Mariana Islands (US) 457 176 53883 118 306
98  United Arab Emirates 83600 32278 9856000 118 306
99  Azerbaijan 86600 33436 9836700 114 295
100  Portugal 92090 35556 10309573 112 290

All Top Countries Ranked by Heavilty Populated Countries per sq Km (per sq Miles)  

 

World Most Sparsely Populated country Top 10 Richest countries in the world

Antartica- has least number of people per square kilometre or per square miles because of its extreme climatic conditions.

Top 100 richest country in the world by GDP PPP Per Capita Income

Top 100 richest country in the world

Top 100 Richest Countries World

Find Top 100 Richest Countries World by GDP PPP and Per capita income. We have also ranked all countries below in decreasing order of per capita income measure in USD.

The Ranking mentioned here are based on Per Capita Income and not on total gros GDP of the country.

Qatar is the richest country if we look as Per Capita Income or PPP(Purchasing power Parity).

Then Comes Luxembuorg and then Singapore.


Richest Country in the World – Rank 1 -Qatar  

Here are Top 10 Richest Countries in the World 2020. Qatar is an oil rich country and its main source of income is oil exports – Petroleum and liquefied natural gas. They are the cornerstones of Qatar's economy. Oil has given Qatar a per capita GDP that ranks among the highest in the world. Qatar's proved reserves of natural gas exceed 7000 km3, more than 5% of the world total and the third-largest reserves of any country in the world.  Production and export of natural gas are becoming increasingly important. Long-term goals include the development of off-shore petroleum and the diversification of the economy.Oil and Natural Gas account for more than 70% of total government revenue more than 60% of gross domestic product, and roughly 85% of export earnings. Proved oil reserves of 15 billion barrels (588,000,000 m3) should ensure continued output at current levels for 23 years.

Second Richest Country in the World – Luxembourg  

Luxembourg had a population of 524,853 in October 2012, ranking it the 8th least-populous country in Europe.Banking steel and industries are main sectors

Third Richest Country in the World- Singapore

Singapore is a global commerce, finance and transport hub. Its standings include: the most "technology-ready" nation (WEF), top International-meetings city (UIA), city with "best investment potential" (BERI), second-most competitive country, third-largest foreign exchange market, third-largest financial centre, third-largest oil refining and trading centre, and the second-busiest container port. The country has also been identified as a tax haven.  

Top 100 richest country in the world 2020

Rank Country Per Capita Income Year
1  Qatar 129700 2016 est.
2  Luxembourg 102000 2016 est.
3  Macau 96100 2016 est.
4  Liechtenstein 89400 2009 est.
5  Singapore 87100 2016 est.
6  Bermuda 85700 2013 est.
7  Isle of Man 83100 2007 est.
8  Brunei 79700 2016 est.
9  Monaco 78700 2013 est.
10  Kuwait 71300 2016 est.

Top 10 Richest Countries

All Top Countries Ranked by GDP Per Capita Income  

Rank Country Per Capita Income Year
1  Qatar 129700 2016 est.
2  Luxembourg 102000 2016 est.
3  Macau 96100 2016 est.
4  Liechtenstein 89400 2009 est.
5  Singapore 87100 2016 est.
6  Bermuda 85700 2013 est.
7  Isle of Man 83100 2007 est.
8  Brunei 79700 2016 est.
9  Monaco 78700 2013 est.
10  Kuwait 71300 2016 est.
11  Ireland 69400 2016 est.
12  Norway 69300 2016 est.
13  United Arab Emirates 67700 2016 est.
14  Sint Maarten 66800 2014 est.
15  San Marino 65300 2016 est.
16   Switzerland 59400 2016 est.
17  Hong Kong 58100 2016 est.
18  United States 57300 2016 est.
19  Jersey 57000 2005 est.
20  Falkland Islands 55400 2002 est.
21  Saudi Arabia 54100 2016 est.
22  Guernsey 52300 2014 est.
23  Netherlands 50800 2016 est.
24  Bahrain 50300 2016 est.
25  Sweden 49700 2016 est.
26  Australia 48800 2016 est.
27  Germany 48200 2016 est.
28  Iceland 48100 2016 est.
29  Austria 47900 2016 est.
30  Taiwan 47800 2016 est.
31  Denmark 46600 2016 est.
32  Canada 46200 2016 est.
33  Belgium 44900 2016 est.
34  Cayman Islands 43800 2004 est.
35  Oman 43700 2015 est.
36  Gibraltar 43000 2008 est.
37  United Kingdom 42500 2016 est.
38  France 42400 2016 est.
39  British Virgin Islands 42300 2010 est.
40  Finland 41800 2016 est.
41  Japan 38900 2016 est.
42  New Caledonia 38800 2012 est.
43  Equatorial Guinea 38700 2016 est.
44  Malta 37900 2016 est.
45  South Korea 37900 2016 est.
46  Greenland 37900 2008 est.
47  Puerto Rico 37700 2016 est.
48  Andorra 37200 2011 est.
49  New Zealand 37100 2016 est.
50  Faroe Islands 36600 2014 est.
51  Spain 36500 2016 est.
52  Italy 36300 2016 est.
53  US Virgin Islands 36100 2013 est.
54  Saint Pierre and Miquelon 34900 2006 est.
55  Israel 34800 2016 est.
56  Cyprus 34400 2016 est.
57  Czech Republic 33200 2016 est.
58  Slovenia 32000 2016 est.
59  Trinidad and Tobago 31900 2016 est.
60  Slovakia 31200 2016 est.
61  Guam 30500 2013 est.
62  Lithuania 29900 2016 est.
63  Estonia 29500 2015 est.
64  Turks and Caicos Islands 29100 2007 est.
65  Portugal 28500 2016 est.
66  Seychelles 28000 2016 est.
67  Poland 27700 2016 est.
68  Hungary 27200 2016 est.
69  Malaysia 27200 2016 est.
70  Greece 26800 2016 est.
71  French Polynesia 26100 2012 est.
72  Russia 26100 2016 est.
73  Kazakhstan 25700 2016 est.
74  Latvia 25700 2016 est.
75  Saint Kitts and Nevis 25500 2016 est.
76  Aruba 25300 2011 est.
77  The Bahamas 24600 2016 est.
78  Antigua and Barbuda 24100 2016 est.
79  Chile 24000 2016 est.
80  Panama 22800 2016 est.
81  Croatia 22400 2016 est.
82  Romania 22300 2016 est.
83  Uruguay 21600 2016 est.
84  Turkey 21100 2016 est.
85  Mauritius 20500 2016 est.
86  Argentina 20200 2016 est.
87  Bulgaria 20100 2016 est.
88  Gabon 19300 2016 est.
89  Saint Martin 19300 2005 est.
90  Mexico 18900 2016 est.
91  Lebanon 18500 2016 est.
92  Iran 18100 2016 est.
93  Azerbaijan 17700 2016 est.
94  Belarus 17500 2016 est.
95  Turkmenistan 17300 2016 est.
96  Barbados 17200 2016 est.
97  Montenegro 17000 2016 est.
98  Botswana 16900 2016 est.
99  Thailand 16800 2016 est.
100  Iraq 16500 2016 est.
101  Costa Rica 16100 2016 est.
102  Dominican Republic 15900 2016 est.
103  China 15400 2016 est.
104  Palau 15300 2016 est.
105  Maldives 15300 2016 est.
106  Suriname 15200 2016 est.
107  Brazil 15200 2016 est.
108  Venezuela 15100 2016 est.
109  Curaçao 15000 2004 est.
110  Algeria 15000 2016 est.
111  Nauru 14800 2015 est.
112  Macedonia 14500 2016 est.
113  Libya 14200 2016 est.
114  Colombia 14200 2016 est.
115  Serbia 14200 2016 est.
116  Grenada 14100 2016 est.
117  Northern Mariana Islands 13300 2013 est.
118  South Africa 13200 2016 est.
119  American Samoa 13000 2013 est.
120  Peru 13000 2016 est.
121  Cook Islands 12300 2010 est.
122  Mongolia 12200 2016 est.
123  Anguilla 12200 2008 est.
124  Egypt 12100 2016 est.
125  Saint Lucia 12000 2016 est.
126  Albania 11900 2016 est.
127  Namibia 11800 2016 est.
128  Tunisia 11700 2016 est.
129  Indonesia 11700 2016 est.
130  Cuba 11600 2014 est.
131  Dominica 11400 2016 est.
132  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 11300 2016 est.
133  Sri Lanka 11200 2016 est.
134  Jordan 11100 2016 est.
135  Bosnia and Herzegovina 11000 2016 est.
136  Ecuador 11000 2016 est.
137  Georgia 10100 2016 est.
138  Kosovo 10000 2016 est.
139  Swaziland 9800 2016 est.
140  Paraguay 9400 2016 est.
141  Fiji 9400 2016 est.
142  Jamaica 9000 2016 est.
143  Belize 8600 2015 est.
144  Montserrat 8500 2006 est.
145  Armenia 8400 2015 est.
146  El Salvador 8300 2015 est.
147  Morocco 8300 2015 est.
148  Bhutan 8200 2015 est.
149  Ukraine 8000 2015 est.
150  Guatemala 7900 2015 est.
151  Saint Helena, Ascension 7800 2010 est.
152 and Tristan da Cunha    
153  Angola 7600 2015 est.
154  Philippines 7500 2015 est.
155  Guyana 7200 2015 est.
156  Congo, Rep. 6800 2015 est.
157  Cape Verde 6700 2015 est.
158  Bolivia 6500 2015 est.
159  Nigeria 6400 2015 est.
160  India 6200 2015 est.
161  Vietnam 6100 2015 est.
162  Uzbekistan 6100 2015 est.
163  Niue 5800 2003 est.
164  Timor-Leste 5800 2015 est.
165  Laos 5400 2015 est.
166  Samoa 5400 2015 est.
167  Myanmar 5200 2015 est.
168  Tonga 5100 2015 est.
169  Syria 5100 2011 est.
170  Honduras 5000 2015 est.
171  Nicaragua 5000 2015 est.
172  Moldova 5000 2015 est.
173  Pakistan 4900 2015 est.
174  Mauritania 4500 2015 est.
175  Sudan 4500 2015 est.
176  Ghana 4300 2015 est.
177  State of Palestine 4300 2014 est.
178  Zambia 4200 2015 est.
179  Wallis and Futuna 3800 2004 est.
180  Bangladesh 3600 2015 est.
181  Cambodia 3500 2015 est.
182  São Tomé and Príncipe 3400 2015 est.
183  Tuvalu 3400 2015 est.
184  Marshall Islands 3400 2015 est.
185  Kyrgyzstan 3400 2015 est.
186  Côte d'Ivoire 3400 2015 est.
187  Kenya 3300 2015 est.
188  Djibouti 3300 2015 est.
189  Cameroon 3200 2015 est.
190  Tanzania 3000 2015 est.
191  Lesotho 3000 2015 est.
192  Micronesia 3000 2015 est.
193  Tajikistan 2800 2015 est.
194  Papua New Guinea 2800 2015 est.
195  Chad 2800 2015 est.
196  Yemen 2800 2015 est.
197  Vanuatu 2600 2015 est.
198  Senegal 2500 2015 est.
199    Nepal 2500 2015 est.
200  Western Sahara 2500 2007 est.
201  Kiribati 2200 2015 est.
202  Zimbabwe 2100 2015 est.
203  Uganda 2100 2015 est.
204  Afghanistan 2000 2015 est.
205  South Sudan 2000 2015 est.
206  Solomon Islands 2000 2015 est.
207  Benin 2000 2015 est.
208  Rwanda 1800 2015 est.
209  Burkina Faso 1800 2015 est.
210  Mali 1800 2015 est.
211  North Korea 1800 2014 est.
212  Haiti 1800 2015 est.
213  The Gambia 1700 2015 est.
214  Ethiopia 1700 2015 est.
215  Comoros 1600 2015 est.
216  Sierra Leone 1600 2015 est.
217  Togo 1500 2015 est.
218  Guinea-Bissau 1500 2015 est.
219  Madagascar 1500 2015 est.
220  Mozambique 1300 2015 est.
221  Guinea 1300 2015 est.
222  Malawi 1200 2015 est.
223  Eritrea 1200 2015 est.
224  Niger 1100 2015 est.
225  Tokelau 1000 1993 est.
226  Liberia 900 2016 est.
227  Congo, Dem. Rep. 800 2016 est.
228  Burundi 800 2016 est.
229  Central African Republic 700 2016 est.
230  Somalia 400 2014 est.

 

World poorest country Top 10 Richest countries in the world

Somalia – has 400 US $Per capita income which is lowest.

Top 10 Least Corrupt Countries World 2017 by Perception Corruption Index

Top 10 Least Corrupt Countries World 2017 by Perception Corruption Index

Top 10 Least Corrupt Countries World 2017

Here is the list of Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 by perception and corruption index. Corruption of any country is calculated on the basis of its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI).  Transparency International (TI) has published the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) since 1996, annually ranking countries "by their perceived levels of corruption, as determined by expert assessments and opinion surveys." The CPI generally defines corruption as "the misuse of public power for private benefit".
The CPI currently ranks 176 countries "on a scale from 100 (very clean) to 0 (highly corrupt)". Corruption in a country means "the misuse of public power for private benefit". New Zealand is considered to be Least  corrupt country where as North Korea is considered to be the Most Corrupt country.


Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017

Top 10, 20, 40, 50 and 100 Least Corrupt Countries List in the World

Least Corrupt Countries are the ones which have most transparency in their governments and no government employee misuses his or her power for personal benefits.

Transparency International commissioned University of Passau's Johann Graf Lambsdorff to produce the CPI.
The 2012 CPI takes into account 13 different surveys and assessments from 12 different institutions. The 13 surveys/assessments are either business people opinion surveys or performance assessments from a group of analysts. Early CPIs used public opinion surveys. Countries are  evaluated by at least three sources to appear in the CPI.  The CPI measures perception of corruption due to the difficulty of measuring absolute levels of corruption. In This 100 is the best score and 0 is the worst score for corruption. Following is the list of least  Corrupt countries in the world with Least corrupt named first.


Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 1 – New Zealand

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New Zealand is one of the least corrupt countries in the world. New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses—the North Island (or Te Ika-a-Māui), and the South Island (or Te Waipounamu)—and around 600 smaller islands. New Zealand is situated some 1,500 kilometres (900 mi) east of Australia

 


Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 2 – Denmark

According to the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 from Transparency International, Denmark is the World's most transparent country, and it has consistently been in the top-4 since the publication of the first report in 1995. Moreover, Transparency International's Global Corruption Barometer 2013 shows that the public does not consider corruption a major problem in Danish society, and bribes paid to access public benefits and services are virtually non-existent. Denmark officially the Kingdom of Denmark is a Nordic country and a sovereign state. The southernmost of the Scandinavian nations, it is south-west of Sweden and south of Norway and bordered to the south by Germany

 

 

 

Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 3 – Finland

Corruption in Finland is structural, and the existence of a 'good old boys club' founded on mutual trust is a problem. Decision-making in state investments is also problematic. Public procurements are often decided by private companies that have no obligation to reveal details publicly.  According to 2016 results of Corruption Perception Index of Transparency International, Finland ranks as the 3rd least corrupted out of 176 countries.


Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 4 – Sweden

Corruption in Sweden has been defined as "the abuse of power" by Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention. By receiving bribes, bribe takers abuse their position of power, which is consistent with how the National Anti-Corruption Unit of the Swedish Prosecution Authority specifies the term. Although bribes and improper rewards are central in the definition of corruption in Sweden, corruption in the sense of "abuse of power" can also manifest itself in other crimes such as misuse of office, embezzlement, fraud and breach of trust against a principal.

 


Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 5 – Switzerland

 

 

Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 6 – Norway

 

 

Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 7 – Singapore

 

Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 8 – Netherlands

 

 

Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 9 – Canada

 

Top 10 Least corrupt countries world 2017 Rank 10 – Germany

 

Rank

Country

 

 

 

 

2016

Change in score from previous year

 

 

 

 

2015

1  Denmark 90 -1 91
1  New Zealand 90 2 88
3  Finland 89 -1 90
4  Sweden 88 -1 89
5   Switzerland 86 0 86
6  Norway 85 -2 87
7  Singapore 84 -1 85
8  Netherlands 83 -4 87
9  Canada 82 -1 83
10  Germany 81 0 81
10  Luxembourg 81 0 81
10  United Kingdom 81 0 81
13  Australia 79 0 79
14  Iceland 78 -1 79
15  Belgium 77 0 77
15  Hong Kong 77 2 75
17  Austria 75 -1 76
18  United States 74 -2 76
19  Ireland 73 -2 75
20  Japan 72 -3 75
21  Uruguay 71 -3 74
22  Estonia 70 0 70
23  France 69 -1 70
24  Bahamas 66 0  
24  Chile 66 -4 70
24  United Arab Emirates 66 -4 70
27  Bhutan 65 0 65
28  Israel 64 3 61
29  Poland 62 0 62
29  Portugal 62 -1 63
31  Barbados 61 0  
31  Qatar 61 -10 71
31  Slovenia 61 1 60
31  Taiwan 61 -1 62
35  Botswana 60 -3 63
35  Saint Lucia 60 0  
35  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 60 0  
38  Cape Verde 59 4 55
38  Dominica 59 0  
38  Lithuania 59 -2 61
41  Brunei 58 0  
41  Costa Rica 58 3 55
41  Spain 58 0 58
44  Georgia 57 5 52
44  Latvia 57 2 55
46  Grenada 56 0  
47  Cyprus 55 -6 61
47  Czech Republic 55 -1 56
47  Malta 55 -1 56
50  Mauritius 54 1 53
50  Rwanda 54 0 54
52  South Korea 53 -3 56
53  Namibia 52 -1 53
54  Slovakia 51 0 51
55  Croatia 49 -2 51
55  Malaysia 49 -1 50
57  Hungary 48 -3 51
57  Jordan 48 -5 53
57  Romania 48 2 46
60  Cuba 47 0 47
60  Italy 47 3 44
62  São Tomé and Príncipe 46 4 42
62  Saudi Arabia 46 -6 52
64  Montenegro 45 1 44
64  Oman 45 0 45
64  Senegal 45 1 44
64  South Africa 45 1 44
64  Suriname 45 9 36
69  Greece 44 -2 46
70  Bahrain 43 -8 51
70  Ghana 43 -4 47
72  Burkina Faso 42 4 38
72  Serbia 42 2 40
72  Solomon Islands 42 0  
75  Bulgaria 41 0 41
75  Kuwait 41 -8 49
75  Tunisia 41 3 38
75  Turkey 41 -1 42
79  Belarus 40 8 32
79  Brazil 40 2 38
79  India 40 2 38
79  China 40 3 37
83  Albania 39 3 36
83  Bosnia and Herzegovina 39 1 38
83  Jamaica 39 -2 41
83  Lesotho 39 -5 44
87  Mongolia 38 -1 39
87  Panama 38 -1 39
87  Zambia 38 0 38
90  Colombia 37 0 37
90  Indonesia 37 1 36
90  Liberia 37 0 37
90  Morocco 37 1 36
90  Macedonia 37 -5 42
95  Argentina 36 4 32
95  Benin 36 -1 37
95  El Salvador 36 -3 39
95  Kosovo 36 3 33
95  Maldives 36 0  
95  Sri Lanka 36 -1 37
101  Gabon 35 1 34
101  Niger 35 1 34
101  Peru 35 -1 36
101  Philippines 35 0 35
101  Thailand 35 -3 38
101  Timor-Leste 35 7 28
101  Trinidad and Tobago 35 -4 39
108  Algeria 34 -2 36
108  Ivory Coast 34 2 32
108  Egypt 34 -2 36
108  Ethiopia 34 1 33
108  Guyana 34 5 29
113  Armenia 33 -2 35
113  Bolivia 33 -1 34
113  Vietnam 33 2 31
116  Mali 32 -3 35
116  Pakistan 32 2 30
116  Tanzania 32 2 30
116  Togo 32 0 32
120  Dominican Republic 31 -2 33
120  Ecuador 31 -1 32
120  Malawi 31 0 31
123  Azerbaijan 30 1 29
123  Djibouti 30 -4 34
123  Honduras 30 -1 31
123  Laos 30 5 25
123  Mexico 30 -5 35
123  Moldova 30 -3 33
123  Paraguay 30 3 27
123  Sierra Leone 30 1 29
131  Iran 29 2 27
131  Kazakhstan 29 1 28
131    Nepal 29 2 27
131  Russia 29 0 29
131  Ukraine 29 2 27
136  Guatemala 28 0 28
136  Kyrgyzstan 28 0 28
136  Lebanon 28 0 28
136  Myanmar 28 6 22
136  Nigeria 28 2 26
136  Papua New Guinea 28 3 25
142  Guinea 27 2 25
142  Mauritania 27 -4 31
142  Mozambique 27 -4 31
145  Bangladesh 26 1 25
145  Cameroon 26 -1 27
145  Gambia 26 -2 28
145  Kenya 26 1 25
145  Madagascar 26 -2 28
145  Nicaragua 26 -1 27
151  Tajikistan 25 -1 26
151  Uganda 25 0 25
153  Comoros 24 -2 26
154  Turkmenistan 22 4 18
154  Zimbabwe 22 1 21
156  Cambodia 21 0 21
156  Democratic Republic of the Congo 21 -1 22
156  Uzbekistan 21 2 19
159  Burundi 20 -1 21
159  Central African Republic 20 -4 24
159  Chad 20 -2 22
159  Haiti 20 3 17
159  Congo 20 -3 23
164  Angola 18 3 15
164  Eritrea 18 0 18
166  Iraq 17 1 16
166  Venezuela 17 0 17
168  Guinea-Bissau 16 -1 17
169  Afghanistan 15 4 11
170  Libya 14 -2 16
170  Sudan 14 2 12
170  Yemen 14 -4 18
173  Syria 13 -5 18
174  South Sudan 11 -4 15
175  Somalia 10 2 8
176  North Korea 8 0 8

 

 

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 by Perception Corruption Index

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 by Perception Corruption Index

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017

Here is the list of Top 10 corrupt countries world 2017 by perception and corruption index. Corruption of any country is calculated on the basis of its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI).  Transparency International (TI) has published the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) since 1996, annually ranking countries "by their perceived levels of corruption, as determined by expert assessments and opinion surveys." The CPI generally defines corruption as "the misuse of public power for private benefit".
The CPI currently ranks 176 countries "on a scale from 100 (very clean) to 0 (highly corrupt)". Corruption in a country means "the misuse of public power for private benefit". North Korea is considered to be most corrupt country where as New zealand is considered to be the cleanest country.


Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017

Top 10, 20, 40, 50 and 100 Most Corrupt Countries List in the World

Transparency International commissioned University of Passau's Johann Graf Lambsdorff to produce the CPI.
The 2012 CPI takes into account 13 different surveys and assessments from 12 different institutions. The 13 surveys/assessments are either business people opinion surveys or performance assessments from a group of analysts. Early CPIs used public opinion surveys.The institutions are:

the African Development Bank, the Bertelsmann Foundation, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Freedom House, Global Insight, International Institute for Management Development, Political and Economic Risk Consultacy, The PRS Group, Inc., the World Economic Forum, the World Bank, the World Justice Project.

Countries needs to be evaluated by at least three sources to appear in the CPI.  The CPI measures perception of corruption due to the difficulty of measuring absolute levels of corruption. In This 100 is the best score and 0 is the worst score for corruption. Following is the list of most Corrupt countries in the world with most corrupt named first.


Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 1 – North Korea

 

Top_10_Corrupt_Countries_World_2017_North_Korea_Rank1

Out of Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017, North Korea is considered to be most corrupt country in the world.North Korea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (abbreviated DPRK), is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang is the nation's capital and largest city.
Corruption in North Korea is a widespread and growing problem in North Korean society. North Korea is ranked 177 out of 177 countries in Transparency International's 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index. Strict rules and draconian punishments imposed by the regime, for example, against accessing foreign media or for modifying radio or television receivers to access foreign media, are commonly evaded by offering bribes to the police. Informing on colleagues and family members has become less common.


Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 2 – Somalia

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Corruption in Somalia pertains to purported levels of corruption within Somalia's public and private sectors according to official metrics, anti-graft measures aimed at addressing those issues, as well as political dispensations and structural changes in government affecting transparency. Reported lack of accountability in the receipt and expenditure of public funds by the Transitional Federal Government, a federal Anti-Corruption Commission was put into place in 2011 so as to deter and eliminate graft. Somalia ranked second last in Transparency International's 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index, which measures the perception of public sector corruption around the world.

 

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 3 – South Sudan

Top_10_Corrupt_Countries_World_South_Sudan_Rank3Corruption in South Sudan is among the worst in the world. The nation's elites have developed a kleptocratic system that controls every part of the South Sudanese economy. This system has taken shape quickly in a relatively short period, South Sudan having won self-rule in 2005 while remaining part of Sudan, and having been accorded full sovereignty in 2011. The nation was ranked third on Transparency International's 2016 list of most corrupt nations, preceded only by Somalia and North Korea


Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 4 – Syria

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Corruption exists in every state sector, institution, ministry and judicial sector in Syria. Syrian consider bribes to be part of their daily lives and that they cannot get their rights without bribes. One judge has expressed the state of the judiciary in Syria by saying: “Whoever pays more wins the case.”  Syria scored 13 points out of 100 on the 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International. Corruption Index in Syria averaged 24.79 Points from 2003 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 34 Points in 2004 and a record low of 13 Points in 2016.


Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 5 – Libya

Libya is a sovereign state in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad and Niger to the south and Algeria and Tunisia to the west. Corruption is common for companies doing business in Libya. All sectors in the Libyan economy suffer from widespread corruption; however, the public procurement sector and the oil industry are among the most affected. Bribery and favoritism are common practice in all sectors.

 

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 6 – Sudan

Corruption in Sudan is substantial, as it is considered one of the most corrupt nations in the world. On Transparency International's 2011 Corruption Perceptions Index, Sudan ranked 177th out of 183 countries. On the 2010 World Bank Worldwide Governance Indicators, on one hundred point scale, it scored in the single digits in every category, including 0.9 for political stability, 6.2 for rule of law, 7.2 for regulatory quality, 6.7 for government effectiveness, and 4.3 for control of corruption. It ranked 6th in top 10 Most corrupt countries in the world

 

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 7 – Yemen

Corruption in Yemen is a highly serious problem. Yemen is the most corrupt country in the Gulf region.It is also the poorest country in the Middle East, “with an exceptionally high birth rate, acute rates of child malnutrition and rapidly dwindling reserves of oil and water.” In Yemen, according to Chatham House, “corruption, poverty and inequality are systemic”; in the words of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, corrupt activity is “so entrenched and pervasive” that many citizens feel powerless

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 8 – Afganistan

 

Corruption in Afghanistan is a widespread and growing problem in Afghan society. Afghanistan ranks 169 of 176 in Transparency International's 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index. "In opinion surveys of Afghans," noted the Asia Foundation in a 2012 report, "corruption is consistently singled out as a problem

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 9 – Guinea-Bissau

 

Top 10 Corrupt Countries World 2017 Rank 10 – Iraq 

 

 

 

 

Rank

Territory Score 2016 Change in score from previous year Score 2015

1

 North Korea 8 0 8

2

 Somalia 10 2 8

3

 South Sudan 11 -4 15

4

 Syria 13 -5 18

5

 Libya 14 -2 16

6

 Sudan 14 2 12

7

 Yemen 14 -4 18

8

 Afghanistan 15 4 11

9

 Guinea-Bissau 16 -1 17

10

 Iraq 17 1 16

11

 Venezuela 17 0 17

12

 Angola 18 3 15

13

 Eritrea 18 0 18

14

 Burundi 20 -1 21

15

 Central African Republic 20 -4 24

16

 Chad 20 -2 22

17

 Haiti 20 3 17

18

 Congo 20 -3 23

19

 Cambodia 21 0 21

20

 Democratic Republic of the Congo 21 -1 22

21

 Uzbekistan 21 2 19

22

 Turkmenistan 22 4 18

23

 Zimbabwe 22 1 21

24

 Comoros 24 -2 26

25

 Tajikistan 25 -1 26

26

 Uganda 25 0 25

27

 Bangladesh 26 1 25

28

 Cameroon 26 -1 27

29

 Gambia 26 -2 28

30

 Kenya 26 1 25

31

 Madagascar 26 -2 28

32

 Nicaragua 26 -1 27

33

 Guinea 27 2 25

34

 Mauritania 27 -4 31

35

 Mozambique 27 -4 31

36

 Guatemala 28 0 28

37

 Kyrgyzstan 28 0 28

38

 Lebanon 28 0 28

39

 Myanmar 28 6 22

40

 Nigeria 28 2 26

41

 Papua New Guinea 28 3 25

42

 Iran 29 2 27

43

 Kazakhstan 29 1 28

44

   Nepal 29 2 27

45

 Russia 29 0 29

46

 Ukraine 29 2 27

47

 Azerbaijan 30 1 29

48

 Djibouti 30 -4 34

49

 Honduras 30 -1 31

50

 Laos 30 5 25

51

 Mexico 30 -5 35

52

 Moldova 30 -3 33

53

 Paraguay 30 3 27

54

 Sierra Leone 30 1 29

55

 Dominican Republic 31 -2 33

56

 Ecuador 31 -1 32

57

 Malawi 31 0 31

58

 Mali 32 -3 35

59

 Pakistan 32 2 30

60

 Tanzania 32 2 30

61

 Togo 32 0 32

62

 Armenia 33 -2 35

63

 Bolivia 33 -1 34

64

 Vietnam 33 2 31

65

 Algeria 34 -2 36

66

 Ivory Coast 34 2 32

67

 Egypt 34 -2 36

68

 Ethiopia 34 1 33

69

 Guyana 34 5 29

70

 Gabon 35 1 34

71

 Niger 35 1 34

72

 Peru 35 -1 36

73

 Philippines 35 0 35

74

 Thailand 35 -3 38

75

 Timor-Leste 35 7 28

76

 Trinidad and Tobago 35 -4 39

77

 Argentina 36 4 32

78

 Benin 36 -1 37

79

 El Salvador 36 -3 39

80

 Kosovo 36 3 33

81

 Maldives 36 0  

82

 Sri Lanka 36 -1 37

83

 Colombia 37 0 37

84

 Indonesia 37 1 36

85

 Liberia 37 0 37

86

 Morocco 37 1 36

87

 Macedonia 37 -5 42

88

 Mongolia 38 -1 39

89

 Panama 38 -1 39

90

 Zambia 38 0 38

91

 Albania 39 3 36

92

 Bosnia and Herzegovina 39 1 38

93

 Jamaica 39 -2 41

94

 Lesotho 39 -5 44

95

 Belarus 40 8 32

96

 Brazil 40 2 38

97

 India 40 2 38

98

 China 40 3 37

99

 Bulgaria 41 0 41

100

 Kuwait 41 -8 49

101

 Tunisia 41 3 38

102

 Turkey 41 -1 42

103

 Burkina Faso 42 4 38

104

 Serbia 42 2 40

105

 Solomon Islands 42 0  

106

 Bahrain 43 -8 51

107

 Ghana 43 -4 47

108

 Greece 44 -2 46

109

 Montenegro 45 1 44

110

 Oman 45 0 45

111

 Senegal 45 1 44

112

 South Africa 45 1 44

113

 Suriname 45 9 36

114

 São Tomé and Príncipe 46 4 42

115

 Saudi Arabia 46 -6 52

116

 Cuba 47 0 47

117

 Italy 47 3 44

118

 Hungary 48 -3 51

119

 Jordan 48 -5 53

120

 Romania 48 2 46

121

 Croatia 49 -2 51

122

 Malaysia 49 -1 50

123

 Slovakia 51 0 51

124

 Namibia 52 -1 53

125

 South Korea 53 -3 56

126

 Mauritius 54 1 53

127

 Rwanda 54 0 54

128

 Cyprus 55 -6 61

129

 Czech Republic 55 -1 56

130

 Malta 55 -1 56

131

 Grenada 56 0  

132

 Georgia 57 5 52

133

 Latvia 57 2 55

134

 Brunei 58 0  

135

 Costa Rica 58 3 55

136

 Spain 58 0 58

137

 Cape Verde 59 4 55

138

 Dominica 59 0  

139

 Lithuania 59 -2 61

140

 Botswana 60 -3 63

141

 Saint Lucia 60 0  

142

 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 60 0  

143

 Barbados 61 0  

144

 Qatar 61 -10 71

145

 Slovenia 61 1 60

146

 Taiwan 61 -1 62

147

 Poland 62 0 62

148

 Portugal 62 -1 63

149

 Israel 64 3 61

150

 Bhutan 65 0 65

151

 Bahamas 66 0  

152

 Chile 66 -4 70

153

 United Arab Emirates 66 -4 70

154

 France 69 -1 70

155

 Estonia 70 0 70

156

 Uruguay 71 -3 74

157

 Japan 72 -3 75

158

 Ireland 73 -2 75

159

 United States 74 -2 76

160

 Austria 75 -1 76

161

 Belgium 77 0 77

162

 Hong Kong 77 2 75

163

 Iceland 78 -1 79

164

 Australia 79 0 79

165

 Germany 81 0 81

166

 Luxembourg 81 0 81

167

 United Kingdom 81 0 81

168

 Canada 82 -1 83

169

 Netherlands 83 -4 87

170

 Singapore 84 -1 85

171

 Norway 85 -2 87

172

  Switzerland 86 0 86

173

 Sweden 88 -1 89

174

 Finland 89 -1 90

175

 Denmark 90 -1 91

176

 New Zealand 90 2 88

 

Top 10 information technology countries in the world 2017

Top 10 information technology countries in the world 2017

Top 10 most advanced IT countries 2017

The International Telecommunication Union based in Geneva, Switzerland recently released the annual global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) data and the annual Index country rankings in ICT development. The former includes the ICT Development Index (IDI), which collects data about mobile subscriptions, international internet bandwidth, computer ownership, internet usage, internet subscriptions and literacy in many countries around the world. All data gathered by the IDI is used by operators, researchers, development agencies and governments to determine the state of global ICT development.


The Importance of Economy

The IDI has set a global average value of 5.03 in determining the annual Index country rankings. In terms of ICT development, Asian countries that made it to the top 20 ICT list included South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore. European countries have exceeded the global average, placing them on the top half of the rankings. Denmark leads with 8.88, while Iceland boasts 8.86 points. This trend is true among the Nordic countries. The United Kingdom is also a top contender for ICT development, having shown the most improvement from 2010 to 2015. In the Middle East, the oil-rich states have achieved significant IDI values. The connection between income and ICT development is one factor that figured in improvement and a reason why African countries have lower IDI numbers.


Top 10 information technology countries in the world 2017

Rank

Country

ICT Development Index Ranking

1

South Korea

8.93

2

Denmark

8.88

3

Iceland

8.86

4

United Kingdom

8.75

5

Sweden

8.67

6

Luxembourg

8.59

7

Switzerland

8.56

8

Netherlands

8.53

9

Hong Kong

8.52

10

Norway

8.49


Top 10 advanced information technology countries in the World 2017

Top 10 information technology countries in the world 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

South Korea is the most advanced information technology countries in the World.

 

Top 10 best country in the world to live Work 2017

Top 10 best country 2017 to live and Work

Top 10 best country in the to live and Work 2017

We’ve already learned that Austin, Texas, is the country's best city to live in, but where is the best spot in the world? U.S. News & World Report is at it again, this time ranking the best nations in their 2017 best countries report.

The rankings were determined by evaluating 80 countries — 60 more than last year — across a range of criteria, from power and economic influence to citizenship and quality of life, to capture how nations are perceived on a global scale. The survey of more than 21,000 business leaders, informed elites and general citizens across the globe were conducted after the U.S. presidential election.

The United Nations just published its annual Human Development Report , which ranks where people live long, healthy lives -in other words, the countries that are best to live in.

The UN looked across a number of categories, including life expectancy, education, gender equality, and financial wealth.


Top 10 best country in the to live and Work 2017

1. Switzerland

2. Canada

3. United Kingdom

4. Germany

5. Japan

6. Sweden

7. United States

8. Australia

9. France

10. Norway


Top 10 best country 2017 by to live and Work

Top 10 best country in the world to live Work 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switzerland is the best country to live and Work in 2017

Top 10 Richest Entrepreneurs Man CEO World 2017 by Net Worth Billionaires Gross Total Income

Top 10 Richest Entrepreneurs Businessman CEO World 2017

Top 10 Richest Entrepreneurs Businessman World 2017

Find Top 10 Richest Entrepreneurs Businessman CEO World 2017 by Net Worth. We have also ranked all Entrepreneurs Businessman CEO below in decreasing order of net worth measure in USD.

 


 

Richest Entrepreneur in the World – Rank 1

1 Bill Gates $86 B, 61    Microsoft United States – William Henry Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is a co-founder of the Microsoft Corporation and is an American business magnate, investor, author and philanthropist.

Net worth – US$89.2 billion (October 2017)
Title – Technology Advisor of Microsoft
Co-Chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, CEO of Cascade Investment, Chairman of Branded Entertainment Network, Chairman of TerraPower, Board member of Microsoft, Berkshire Hathaway
Spouse(s) – Melinda Gates (m. 1994)
Children – 3
Parent(s) – William H. Gates Sr., Mary Maxwell Gates
Website – gatesnotes.com

Second Richest Entrepreneur in the World 

2 Jeff Bezos –  $82.6 B, 53, Amazon.com, United States –  (born January 12, 1964) is an American technology and retail entrepreneur, investor, computer scientist, and philanthropist, best known as the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Amazon.com, the world's largest online shopping retailer. The company began as an Internet merchant of books and expanded to a wide variety of products and services, most recently video streaming and audio streaming. Amazon.com is currently the world's largest Internet sales company on the World Wide Web, as well as the world's largest provider of cloud infrastructure services, which is available through its Amazon Web Services arm.

Third Richest Entrepreneur in the World

3    Amancio Ortega    $77.7 B    81    Zara    Spain

Amancio Ortega Gaona (born 28 March 1936) is a Spanish business tycoon. He is the founder and former chairman of Inditex fashion group, best known for its chain of Zara clothing and accessories retail shops.Amancio is the wealthiest retailer in the world

Fourth Richest Entrepreneur in the World

4 Warren Buffett – Warren Edward Buffett (born August 30, 1930) is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. Buffett serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway. He is considered by some to be one of the most successful investors in the world
Salary – US$100,000
Net worth – US$76.7 billion (September 2017)


Spouse(s)- Susan Thompson(m. 1952; her death 2004)
Astrid Menks(m. 2006)
Children -Susan Alice Buffett
Howard Graham Buffett
Peter Buffett


Top 10 Most Richest Entrepreneurs Man CEO in the World

Top 10 Richest Entrepreneurs CEO World 2017


Top 100 Most Richest Entrepreneurs Man CEO in the World

The Ranking mentioned below are as per latest earning as on September 2017. These Rankings might change a bit since Net worth of any individual keeps changing on daily basis.

Rank Name Net Worth Age Source Country of Citizenship
#1 Bill Gates $86 B 61 Microsoft United States
#2 Jeff Bezos $82.6 B 53 Amazon.com United States
#3 Amancio Ortega $77.7 B 81 Zara Spain
#4 Warren Buffett $76.7 B 87 Berkshire Hathaway United States
#5 Mark Zuckerberg $56 B 33 Facebook United States
#6 Carlos Slim Helu $54.5 B 77 telecom Mexico
#7 Larry Ellison $52.2 B 73 software United States
#8 Charles Koch $48.3 B 81 diversified United States
#8 David Koch $48.3 B 77 diversified United States
#10 Michael Bloomberg $47.5 B 75 Bloomberg LP United States
#11 Bernard Arnault $41.5 B 68 LVMH France
#12 Larry Page $40.7 B 44 Google United States
#13 Sergey Brin $39.8 B 44 Google United States
#14 Liliane Bettencourt $39.5 B 94 L'Oreal France
#15 S. Robson Walton $34.1 B 72 Wal-Mart United States
#16 Jim Walton $34 B 69 Wal-Mart United States
#17 Alice Walton $33.8 B 67 Wal-Mart United States
#18 Wang Jianlin $31.3 B 63 real estate China
#19 Li Ka-shing $31.2 B 89 diversified Hong Kong
#20 Sheldon Adelson $30.4 B 84 casinos United States
#21 Steve Ballmer $30 B 61 Microsoft United States
#22 Jorge Paulo Lemann $29.2 B 78 beer Brazil
#23 Jack Ma $28.3 B 53 e-commerce China
#24 Beate Heister & Karl Albrecht Jr. $27.2 B supermarkets Germany
#24 David Thomson $27.2 B 60 media Canada
#26 Jacqueline Mars $27 B 77 candy United States
#26 John Mars $27 B 81 candy United States
#28 Phil Knight $26.2 B 79 Nike United States
#29 Maria Franca Fissolo $25.2 B 82 Nutella, chocolates Italy
#29 George Soros $25.2 B 87 hedge funds United States
#31 Ma Huateng $24.9 B 46 internet media China
#32 Lee Shau Kee $24.4 B 89 real estate Hong Kong
#33 Mukesh Ambani $23.2 B 60 petrochemicals, oil & gas India
#34 Masayoshi Son $21.2 B 60 internet, telecom Japan
#35 Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen $21.1 B 69 Lego Denmark
#36 Georg Schaeffler $20.7 B 52 automotive Germany
#37 Joseph Safra $20.5 B 78 banking Brazil
#38 Michael Dell $20.4 B 52 Dell computers United States
#38 Susanne Klatten $20.4 B 55 BMW, pharmaceuticals Germany
#40 Len Blavatnik $20 B 60 diversified United States
#40 Laurene Powell Jobs $20 B 53 Apple, Disney United States
#42 Paul Allen $19.9 B 64 Microsoft, investments United States
#43 Stefan Persson $19.6 B 70 H&M Sweden
#44 Theo Albrecht, Jr. $18.8 B 66 Aldi, Trader Joe's Germany
#45 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud $18.7 B 62 investments Saudi Arabia
#46 Leonid Mikhelson $18.4 B 62 gas, chemicals Russia
#47 Charles Ergen $18.3 B 64 satellite TV United States
#47 Stefan Quandt $18.3 B 51 BMW Germany
#49 James Simons $18 B 79 hedge funds United States
#50 Leonardo Del Vecchio $17.9 B 82 eyeglasses Italy
#51 Alexey Mordashov $17.5 B 52 steel, investments Russia
#52 William Ding $17.3 B 46 online games China
#53 Dieter Schwarz $17 B 78 retail Germany
#54 Ray Dalio $16.8 B 68 hedge funds United States
#55 Carl Icahn $16.6 B 81 investments United States
#56 Lakshmi Mittal $16.4 B 67 steel India
#57 Serge Dassault $16.1 B 92 diversified France
#57 Vladimir Lisin $16.1 B 61 steel, transport Russia
#59 Gennady Timchenko $16 B 64 oil, gas Russia
#60 Wang Wei $15.9 B 46 package delivery China
#60 Tadashi Yanai $15.9 B 68 fashion retail Japan
#62 Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi $15.8 B 73 drinks, real estate Thailand
#63 Francois Pinault $15.7 B 81 luxury goods France
#64 Hinduja family $15.4 B diversified United Kingdom
#65 David & Simon Reuben $15.3 B 74 investments, real estate United Kingdom
#66 Donald Bren $15.2 B 85 real estate United States
#66 Alisher Usmanov $15.2 B 64 steel, telecom, investments Russia
#68 Lee Kun-Hee $15.1 B 75 Samsung South Korea
#69 Thomas & Raymond Kwok $15 B real estate Hong Kong
#69 Joseph Lau $15 B 66 real estate Hong Kong
#69 Gina Rinehart $15 B 63 mining Australia
#72 Azim Premji $14.9 B 72 software services India
#73 Marcel Herrmann Telles $14.8 B 67 beer Brazil
#74 Vagit Alekperov $14.5 B 67 oil Russia
#75 Mikhail Fridman $14.4 B 53 oil, banking, telecom Russia
#75 Abigail Johnson $14.4 B 55 money management United States
#77 Pallonji Mistry $14.3 B 88 construction Ireland
#77 Vladimir Potanin $14.3 B 56 metals Russia
#79 Wang Wenyin $14 B 49 mining, copper products China
#80 Elon Musk $13.9 B 46 Tesla Motors United States
#80 Stefano Pessina $13.9 B 76 drugstores Italy
#82 German Larrea Mota Velasco $13.8 B 63 mining Mexico
#82 Thomas Peterffy $13.8 B 73 discount brokerage United States
#84 Iris Fontbona $13.7 B 74 mining Chile
#84 Dilip Shanghvi $13.7 B 62 pharmaceuticals India
#86 Dietrich Mateschitz $13.4 B 73 Red Bull Austria
#87 Harold Hamm $13.3 B 71 oil & gas United States
#87 Robin Li $13.3 B 48 internet search China
#89 Andrey Melnichenko $13.2 B 45 coal, fertilizers Russia
#90 Rupert Murdoch $13.1 B 86 newspapers, TV network United States
#90 Heinz Hermann Thiele $13.1 B 76 brakes Germany
#92 Steve Cohen $13 B 61 hedge funds United States
#92 Patrick Drahi $13 B 54 telecom France
#94 Henry Sy $12.7 B 92 diversified Philippines
#95 Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken $12.6 B 63 Heineken Netherlands
#96 Philip Anschutz $12.5 B 77 investments United States
#96 Ronald Perelman $12.5 B 74 leveraged buyouts United States
#96 Hans Rausing $12.5 B 91 packaging Sweden
#96 Carlos Alberto Sicupira $12.5 B 69 beer Brazil
#100 Klaus-Michael Kuehne $12.4 B 80 shipping Germany

All Top Entrepreneurs Businessman CEO Ranked by Gross Total Income Worth

 

Top 10 Richest countries in the world

 

Top 10 Most Advanced countries in Highest technology World 2017

Top 10 advanced country 2017 by technology

Top 10 advanced country in the world by technology 2017

Today, this is the era of technology therefore it has got the attention of all sectors and countries of the world because according to the benefits of this technology, this seems to be needed for every country therefore every region of the world wants to increase their technical department because with the help of this they fight, resist or survive from their enemies of all kind.

So in this respect scientific innovation help people to stand to increase this miracle, as some of nations which are not well managed in technology wants help form powerful countries of this respect for best achievements for country and its citizens, so countries with highest technology never look back at their past because they wants to look forward for their progress that make their name in the world like that of Japan.

But just in the last few decades, a lot has changed. If you made a list of technologically advanced countries in 1945 and compared it to today’s list, you would notice a lot of surprises. For countries like Japan and India, it was important to look towards the future and create new opportunities for their citizens, and one of the best ways to do that was through technology.

In fact, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that technology has revolutionized the way we live our lives. From magnet-stripped metro cards to university identity cards with barcode scanners, a lot has changed over the years. Now we have bullet trains that have reduced the travel time for us and self-driving cars which can take us wherever we want. Not to mention the much advancement that has been made in the fields of medicine, military, bioscience, and digital technology.

 

 

 


Top 10 advanced country in the world by technology 2017

Rank

Country Name

Capital

Index

1

 USA

 Washington, D.C.

 88.54

2

 Japan

 Tokyo

 79.38

3

 Germany

 Berlin

 78.63

4

 South Korea

 Seoul

 76.91

5

 Finland

 Helsinki

 76.64

6

 Russia

 Moscow

 76.29

7

 China

 Beijing

 75.42

8

 UK

 London

 73.86

9

 France

 Paris

 73.61

10

 Canada

 Ottawa

 73.59


Top 10 advanced countries in the world by technology 2017.

Top 10 countries in the world in technology 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

USA – is among the most advanced state in world.

 

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