Top 10 Small But Rich Countries in The World

Top 10 Small But Rich Countries in The World


Top 10 Small But Rich Countries in The World. Some countries like United states and China
are not just very big but are also rich and well developed but there are some countries
that are not that big when it comes to size but are very rich in both human and natural
resources, the following is a list of the widely known 10 small but rich countries in
the world. 1. Brunei. Brunei is a small country that is located
in the continent of Asia. The Per capita income of Brunei is about $50,321. Brunei is well endowed with crude oil reserves
that play a major role in making the country one of the richest in the world. The government of Brunei has also taken advantage
of investment opportunities available overseas by owning some of the well known institutions
in the United States and Western Europe. The Brunei government also offers subsidized
health and education services to its citizens. 2. Seychelles. The Republic of Seychelles is regarded as
the richest country in Africa and has a GDP Per Capita income of about $25,500. This small country is actually an archipelago
of more than one hundred small islands located in the Indian Ocean to the East of the African
continent, has a population of less than one hundred thousand people. This small population together with the various
luxurious hotels with great sea beaches constructed in the islands has led to a surge in the number
of tourists visiting this country. This has led to the high Per capita value
of the country. 3. Luxembourg. With a Per Capita income of $80,600, Luxembourg
is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the European economy. Surpassing some of the European economic powerhouses,
this small country is quickly making a name for itself. Luxembourg is well known for the low unemployment
levels and minimal market inflation that has led to solid economic growth for this European
Country. 4. Singapore. Singapore is generally referred to as the
financial and technological hub of the Southeast Asia. Singapore has a Per capita income of about
$60,000. Singapore boasts of the high electronic and
pharmaceuticals exports to other countries as the major factor for having this great
per capita income. The rising number of foreign investors willing
to invest in Singapore also play a big role in making Singapore’s economy one of the
largest in the World. 5. Equatorial Guinea. With a per capita income of about $19,901,
Equatorial Guinea is regarded as the second wealthiest country in the vast continent of
Africa. The discovery of oil in this African country
played a major role in pluming the country’s economy. 6. Qatar. Qatar is an oil-rich country situated in the
continent of Asia. With a per-capita income of $98,948, Qatar
is probably one of the richest countries in the world. With numerous crude oil and natural gas reserves,
the Qatari economy is one of the biggest in Asia. 7. San Marino. San Marino has a per capita income of $43,089. This country depends on tourism as the major
economic booster for its citizens. It is believed that San Marino offers the
lowest tax rates for financial institutions in the world. Foreign investors have also played a major
role in improving the country’s GDP by setting up businesses and industries in this country
because of the low tax rates. 8. Kuwait. The Kuwait’s economy depends largely on
the big oil and natural gas reserves available in the country. With a per capita income of $41,401, Kuwait
is concretely one of the richest small countries in the world. The country is situated in the Middle East
area of Asia, and has been regarded as one of the wealthiest in Asia. 9. Iceland. Iceland’s has a per capita income of $38,060. This countries economy mainly depends on the
fishing industry. Fishing accounts for almost 15% of Iceland’s
economic income. Foreign companies investing in biotechnology
and software industries also play a major role in ensuring that Iceland remains one
of the richest small countries. 10. Botswana. Botswana has a GDP Per Capita of $16,578,
giving it a high status as one of the wealthiest country in Africa. With a population of about 2.3 million people,
Botswana’s booming economy is largely attributed to the ever busy tourism sector in this country. Cattle raising and crop farming are also other
income generating sectors that have helped to improve the economy of this country. It is important to note that with the current
rate of industrial and infrastructural developments in Botswana, the economy of this South African
country is predicted to improve drastically.

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    King Korey

    Good morning at list there is 3 mistakes in this video
    1st Botswana is not small country
    2nd u put Bahrain picture the tow tower on Qatar
    3rd also u put Dubai khalifa tower on Kuwait City,,,

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    moon glow

    The first two I have never heard of. However, the video was breathtaking!! I wish I could visit everyone of these countries!! I am so glad I clicked. Thank you do much!!

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    dante ondoy

    you're talking size so why not mention the land area first… then maybe those who comment would think twice before protesting that their country didn't make it to the list…

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    erik cruz

    this video represent's the countries with oil and gas reserve, how about the principalities in europe like monacco andorra etc…… and botswana and equatorial guinea their land area is bigger than luxembourg how can u say they are small you must clear your video if its small and rich in population land area income gdp ppp per capita hdi etc….

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    erik cruz

    there are many mistakes in this video it is not clear about the smallest and rich if it is smallest i can say monaco, andorra, liechtenstein, vatican city or other principalities in europe for an example

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    George Basister

    Habibi, Qatar is in the middle east, not asia. Please brush up on your geography before making videos like this.

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    Iskandar Ibrahim

    World Top 10 _ guys small country _ few populations but high resources GDP ? vulnerable to attacks _ so watch out while the GDP last; the High GDP per ca pita won't be there forever :

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    Saijai Cheunarom

    🌏 Pdf Saijai Cheunarom Google website online Google comera. βš– πŸ“± YouTube πŸŽ‰ welcome

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    lapulapu II

    You don’t but I know The Vatican and Monaco are much smaller countries than ALL of the countries you mentioned..!!

    Are these countries a joke to you..???

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    George Holmes

    How much does a fast food worker make in the arab countries , singapore as comoared to even Iceland..half the amount..
    Stop yr uneducated hog-wash

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    BOY RACHGIA

    Country's rich on natural resource won't last longer than country which produce productivity, manpower or IP. Among those are Switzerland, Singapore… just name a few.

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