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Post by RamblerNash Wed May 19, 2021 9:56 pm

Iraq is down 32 places in the list of the world's richest countries 905107-b35b9d9b-4225-47cb-80d5-f5cd875775f4
Wednesday 19, May 2021 11:26
 
Baghdad / NINA / The "Global Finance" magazine, which is specialized in classifying the countries of the world, revealed that Iraq ranked 115th in the list of the richest countries in the world for the year 2021, retreating 32 places from 2020.

According to the statistics published by the magazine, "Iraq ranked 115 out of 194 countries listed in the table in terms of per capita gross domestic product according to purchasing power parity, with a share of $ 10.003, down 32 places from 2020, which was ranked 83."

She added, "Some very small and very rich countries, such as Luxembourg, Singapore and Hong Kong, have benefited from the existence of advanced financial sectors and tax systems in them that help attract foreign investment and professional talent, while other countries such as Qatar and Brunei have large reserves of hydrocarbons or other generating natural resources." For profits. "

Globally, Luxembourg came first as the richest country, followed by Singapore, Ireland, third, Qatar, then Switzerland, followed by Norway, sixth, then America, Brunei, eighth, Hong Kong, ninth, and Denmark, tenth.

The Arabs came Qatar ranked first and fourth globally , followed by the UAE and Bahrain Third, Saudi Arabia is fourth, Kuwait fifth and then Oman Sixth Egypt Seventh Lebanon Eighth came and then Algeria came ninth place and Jordan Tenth and Tunisia ranked 11 and Iraq ranked 12. "

And was based on classification of the magazine to the latest figures And the data issued by the International Monetary Fund for the month of April, which calculates the gross domestic product according to purchasing power parity at current dollar prices. / End 8

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