Ranking of the 25 countries with the largest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita at purchasing power parity in 2016 (in international dollars)

Countries with the largest GDP per capita at purchasing power parity 2016 The statistic shows a ranking of the 25 countries with the largest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita at purchasing power parity in 2016. In 2016, Qatar ranked first with a PPP-adjusted GDP per capita of about 125,160 international dollars.
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GDP per capita international dollars (at purchasing power parity)
Qatar 125,159.8
Luxembourg 105,741.43
Macao SAR 98,855.63
Singapore 87,832.34
Brunei Darussalam 77,422.26
Kuwait 71,877.84
Norway 69,406.87
Ireland 69,275.75
United Arab Emirates 68,092.34
Switzerland 60,374.46
San Marino 59,042.58
Hong Kong SAR 58,376.53
United States 57,607.61
Saudi Arabia 55,330.53
Netherlands 51,248.52
Bahrain 50,719.23
Sweden 49,759.3
Iceland 49,122.7
Australia 48,712.3
Germany 48,448.61
Denmark 48,230
Taiwan Province of China 48,119.47
Austria 47,725.65
Canada 46,440.98
Oman 46,067.2
GDP per capita international dollars (at purchasing power parity)
Qatar 125,159.8
Luxembourg 105,741.43
Macao SAR 98,855.63
Singapore 87,832.34
Brunei Darussalam 77,422.26
Kuwait 71,877.84
Norway 69,406.87
Ireland 69,275.75
United Arab Emirates 68,092.34
Switzerland 60,374.46
San Marino 59,042.58
Hong Kong SAR 58,376.53
United States 57,607.61
Saudi Arabia 55,330.53
Netherlands 51,248.52
Bahrain 50,719.23
Sweden 49,759.3
Iceland 49,122.7
Australia 48,712.3
Germany 48,448.61
Denmark 48,230
Taiwan Province of China 48,119.47
Austria 47,725.65
Canada 46,440.98
Oman 46,067.2
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The statistic shows a ranking of the 25 countries with the largest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita at purchasing power parity in 2016. In 2016, Qatar ranked first with a PPP-adjusted GDP per capita of about 125,160 international dollars.
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Release date
October 2017
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2016
Supplementary notes
According to source, the figures are estimates.
Real household net disposable income is defined by the OECD as the sum of household final consumption expenditure and savings, minus the change in net equity of households in pension funds.

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