The 10 Wealthiest Countries in the World

Just 10 countries hold 73.5% of the world’s total private wealth
The ten Wealthiest Countries in the World

Over the next decade, private wealth in China is projected to surge another 180% as it benefits from strong growth in domestic tech, financial services, entertainment, and healthcare sectors.

Australia will the 7th wealthiest only having 24 million people.

The Wealthiest Countries in the World (Country wealth, $ trillions)
1. United States – $62.6
2. China $24.8 – 198%
3. Japan $19.5 – 22%
4. United Kingdom – $9.9
5. Germany – $9.7
6. India – $8.2
7. France – $6.6
8. Canada – $6.4
9. Australia – $6.1
10. Italy – $4.3

How is this wealth projected to grow in the 10 years?
1. United States – $75.1
2. China – $69.4
3. Japan – $25.4
4. India – $24.7
5. United Kingdom – $10.9
6. Germany – $10.6
7. Australia – $10.4
8. Canada – $8.3
9. France – $7.3
10. Italy – $4.7

Via visualcapitalist.com

 

 

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