Top 15 Richest Economies in the World in 2015

Top 15 Richest Economies in the World in 2015

If we want to find the richest economies of the world, we will basically have to look at their per capita income, and compare it with the rest of the world. The richest country in the world will be the one that has the highest per capita income. But, this is a very long and tiring work. Why would you want to have the headache to cure your curiosity when we can do it for you?

We have done all the research to find the richest economies in the world in 2015. If you thought the richest economy is going to be United States of America then you are going to be in for a surprise. Take a look.

  1. Mexico

Mexico is the North American country of beauty and beautiful culture and beaches. After from the drug cartels, there is so much more about this colorful country. Their cuisine is amazingly delicious and they are one of those countries that are growing at a rapid and very advance rate. It is estimated that the GDP of Mexico will increase to $1,259,201. Via Wikipedia

  1. South Korea

There is more to South Korea than hacking systems that can shake up a great system like Sony Pictures. The country is naturally beautiful with the lush greenery and the prettiest of flowers imaginable. It has highest income in Asian countries and is also the seventh biggest exporter of the world. Plus, it is very advanced in the matters of technology brands such as LG, Samsung and Hyundai-Kia. It is estimated that GDP of South Korea will increase to $ 1,304,554. Via Wikipedia

  1. Spain

Spain is the country where the women are beautiful and the heritage is exposed to its best qualities. It is rich in culture and is one of those countries that earn most from their tourists. They have some of the most beautiful tourist attractions, including beaches and ancient buildings. Its estimated GDP is expected to grow to $ 1,358,263. Via Wikipedia

  1. Australia

The home of the Koala beers and Kangaroos is number 12 on our list. It is one of the wealthiest countries of the world and in 2012 it has the fifth highest per capita income. Australia comes highest in any aspect of comparison with other countries, plus, it has a rich culture and an even more vibrant cuisine. It’s per capital income is expected to reach $1,531,282. Via Wikipedia

  1. Canada

The USA neighbor is one of the richest economies of the world. It ranks high in the Human development index, and has some of the best educational systems of the world. The University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto are said to the Harvard of Canada. Its per capita income is expected to increase to $1,838,964. Via Wikipedia

  1. India

This third world country is rising steadily and surely. Most of the income is coming from the media and film industry known as Bollywood. It is actually one of the most populous countries of the world as well. This nuclear weapon state is expected to have the GDP of $1,937,797. Via Wikipedia

  1. Russia

Known to the one of the coldest countries of the world, Russia is number nine on our list. It is also one of those countries that have the highest purchasing power. They have a lot of natural gifts like minerals, oils and natural gas. Russian GDP is expected to reach $2,096,774. Via Wikipedia

  1. Italy

The country of arts and literature has produced a lot of great writers like Dante and painters like Michelangelo and Leonardo. Plus, it is knee-deep in heritage and history that is as old as the world. It earns a lot by its tourism and its tourist spots are a sight to behold. Plus, its cuisine is just marvelous. Italy’s GDP is estimated to increase to $2,149,485. Via Wikipedia

  1. Brazil

It the largest country in the Latin American and North American region, and it is also one of the largest countries of the world by population and by its geographical area. Funnily enough, it is also the largest country where Portuguese is spoken. Its GDP is expected to expand to $2,243,854. Via Wikipedia

  1. United Kingdom

The Great Britain and its isles are expected to get a greater GDP this year. It is the tenth largest country with the highest purchasing power. Its per capita income is expected to increase to $2,678,455. Via Wikipedia

  1. France

The French are going to have one heck of a year. Prediction is that the year will be especially good economically. France’s per capita income is expected to expand to $2,806,432. Via Wikipedia

  1. Germany

It is the fifth country to have highest purchasing power, so it is supposed to be doused in money. Also, it is the third largest exporter and importer of the world. Germany is expected to have $3,730,261 per capita income. Via Wikipedia

  1. Japan

Japan is of course the technological hub of the world. But along with that it is also fifth largest exporter and importer of the world. Its per capita income is expected to increase to $4,898,532. Via Wikipedia

  1. China

The most populous country of the world is expected to turn in a per capita income of $9,181,204. Via Wikipedia

  1. United States of America

USA is all set to become the richest economy in the world in 2015. According to the estimate, USA is expected to make $16,768,100. Via Wikipedia

 

 

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