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GNI per Capita by Country 2024

Snapshot

  • GNI, an economic metric, assesses a nation's total income, factoring in citizens' earnings globally, offering a comprehensive view of economic health.

  • GNI per capita, dividing national income by population size, provides a nuanced measure of an economy's efficiency and individual prosperity levels.

  • GNI does not account for income inequality within nations, meaning high per capita figures can coexist with significant wealth disparities among residents.

Gross National Income (GNI) is an economic metric that measures the overall income brought into a country by its citizens from anywhere in the world (including foreign investments). GNI is nearly identical to Gross National Product (GNP), which measures the earnings of a country's citizens but also includes overseas earnings that weren't transferred home. Both GNI and GNP are also often evaluated in conjunction with Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and all three are valuable tools in measuring and monitoring the health of a nation's economy.

GNI may be expressed as a single per-country total or as a per person (per capita) value, which divides the country's collective total GNI by the number of people living in that country. Per capita values are helpful because they adjust for the impact of population upon a country's GNI, which gives insight into the efficiency of that economy.

Top 10 Countries with the Highest GNI per Capita in the World (Atlas method US$):*

Country
Gni Per Capita (Atlas)
Bermuda$125,210
Liechtenstein$116,600
Norway$95,520
Switzerland$95,490
Luxembourg$89,200
Ireland$79,730
Isle of Man$79,300
United States$76,770
Faroe Islands$74,420
Denmark$73,520

*Data for year 2021 except Isle of Man (2019). The country Liechtenstein would likely also rank in the top 10, but its most recent confirmed World Bank data is from 2009, so it has been excluded for want of more up-to-date data. Due to the presence of several non-sovereign UK territories in the rankings, this list has been lengthened to include the top 10 countries in addition to those territories. For full data for every country with 2020-21 data, see table below page text.

Comparing GNI to GNI per capita

GNI is an excellent measure of the true output of a nation's economy, free of the distortions that can be caused to GDP by a country's international tax laws. However, like GDP, a country's GNI is heavily influenced by its population. As a rule, a higher population leads to a larger workforce and in turn to a larger GDP. A country with a smaller population and GNI may in fact have a more productive economy, which may be non-evident in the GNI data but revealed by GNI per capita data.

To illustrate this concept, consider two imaginary countries: Country A has a population of one million people and a GNI of $400 million (USD), while Country B has 200,000 people and a GNI of $200 million (USD). Country A's total GNI is twice as large, so it would seem to have the healthier economy. But converting GNI to GNI per capita reveals that Country B is actually operating more than twice as efficiently, generating 50% as much income as Country A with only 20% of the workers.

CountryGNIPopulationGNI per Capita
Country A$400,000,0001,000,000$400
Country B$200,000,000200,000$1,000

In the real world, economic imbalances such as this can have many causes. One of the most common examples is when a developed country with a small population but a diverse and technologically advanced economy is compared to a developing or least-developed country with a larger population, but a less mature economy. The smaller, but more-developed country will nearly always have a much higher GNI per capita, as the goods produced by a more advanced economy command higher prices than the goods produced by the less-developed economy.

GNI, the Atlas method, and Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)

Because most countries in the world have their own currency and the relative values of those currencies are always in flux, GNI is usually converted into a standard monetary unit using one of two techniques. First is the Atlas method, which converts each country's data to U.S. dollars (USD), using either a benchmark year (such as 2017 dollars) or the dollar's current value. Second is the Purchase Power Parity (PPP) method, which converts each country's data into International Dollars (INT$), an imaginary currency designed to make country-to-country comparisons easier.

The actual values that result from these computations often differ significantly between the two methods. For instance, Bermuda's Atlas value for 2021 was 122,470 (US$) while its PPP value was 91,950 (INT$). However, both methods tend to result in ruggedly similar lists, with countries appearing in the same general section of the list even if their specific ranking changes between the two methods (and also from year to year).

Top 12 Countries with the Highest GNI per Capita in the World (2021 PPP method INT$):*

Country
GNI per capita PPP
Norway$118,470
Qatar$110,050
Singapore$107,070
Bermuda$98,640
Luxembourg$94,720
Ireland$91,090
United Arab Emirates$88,050
Switzerland$82,940
United States$77,950
Denmark$77,370
Hong Kong$73,960
Netherlands$70,210

What GNI does not indicate

Although GNI is arguably the most accurate at-a-glance measurement of a country's overall economic health, it is not in any way indicative of the actual wages earned by a typical worker in a given country. GNI cannot track income inequality. A country in which 10,000 residents each earned $100,000 a year would have the same GNI per capita as a country in which one resident earned a billion dollars and the other 9,999 people were penniless.

CountryIncome of Richest PersonIncome of 9,999 Remaining ResidentsGNI per Capita
Country C$1,000,000,000$0$100,000
Country D$100,000$100,000$100,000

Selected profiles of countries with high GNIs per capita

Bermuda

Tourists know this British territory for its beautiful beaches, but global economists know it as one of the highest-income countries in the world. While tourism is still a tentpole of Bermuda's economy, the country's financial services, particularly in the international insurance sector, generate the largest portion of its income. This, combined with the country's comparatively tiny population, is a main reason for its massive GNI per capita.

Iceland

Although Iceland's economy was negatively affected by the 2008 global financial crisis (and, like the rest of the world, the 2020 COVID-19 shutdown), its economy has rebounded and grown, especially in the tourism sector. In the past, Iceland's economy relied heavily on fisheries, but tourism has since become the country's primary export industry.

Ireland

Ireland was the first country in the European Union to fall into a recession during the 2008 financial crisis, and gained a reputation as one of the world's leading tax haven countries starting around 2015. These days, many (but not all) economists have softened their stance on the integrity of the country's financial dealings. Either way, there's no denying the impact that financial services have on Ireland's GNI per capita. Ireland is also one of the world's leading exporters of pharmaceutical goods and software services.

Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a tiny country, but with an economy focused on highly profitable banking, steel, and industrial business, it has one of the highest per capita measures of GDP, GNI, and GNP in the world.

Macau (China)

Macau's GNI dropped significantly in 2020, largely due to the debilitating impact of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic on the country's tourism and gambling sectors. Macau is one of the most popular gambling and gaming destinations in the world, and its tourism sector—a major contributor to its strong economy—was significantly hampered by the global shutdown. While COVID-19 is still a significant factor in the region as of 2023, all projections point to Macau quickly recovering as travel restrictions roll back, enabling the country to resume its place as one of the richest countries in the world.

Norway

Norway remains one of the wealthiest in the world. Norway's economy is strong, with a relatively small gap between the poor and the wealthy, and based largely around significant exports of petroleum and seafood. Norway has one of the highest costs of living in the world, but also enjoys one of the world's highest standards of living and is among the happiest countries in the world.

Switzerland

One of the world's most peaceful nations, Switzerland has a thriving international banking industry, which has contributed to its economic success alongside the country's tourism and export industries. Switzerland is considered one of the world's most innovative countries and is among the richest landlocked countries on the planet.

United States

The U.S. has long been one of the wealthiest countries in the world thanks to its massive cache of natural resources, huge swaths of fertile farmland, strong infrastructure and innovation, and productive workforce. The U.S. also benefits from a thriving entrepreneurial culture and world-class research universities. The U.S. is the world's leading producer of oil and also natural gas (though it is also the leading consumer of both),

Ten Countries with the Lowest GNI per Capita in the World (2021 Atlas method US$):

Country
Gni Per Capita (Atlas)
Burundi$240
Afghanistan$380
Mozambique$440
Central African Republic$480
Madagascar$510
Syria$560
Niger$580
Sierra Leone$600
Somalia$600
Eritrea$610

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Country
Gni Per Capita (Atlas) (current US$)
GNI per capita PPP
Data Year
Bermuda$125,210$98,6402022
Liechtenstein$116,600-
Norway$95,520$118,4702022
Switzerland$95,490$82,9402022
Luxembourg$89,200$94,7202022
Ireland$79,730$91,0902022
Isle of Man$79,300-
United States$76,770$77,9502022
Faroe Islands$74,420-
Denmark$73,520$77,3702022
Qatar$70,120$110,0502022
Iceland$68,660$65,9202022
Singapore$67,200$107,0702022
Sweden$63,500$67,6302022
Cayman Islands$62,000$52,9902021
Australia$60,840$60,8302022
Netherlands$60,230$70,2102022
Austria$55,720$67,8302022
Israel$55,140$49,3302022
Finland$54,930$59,9702022
Hong Kong$54,370$73,9602022
Germany$54,030$65,9902022
Belgium$53,890$66,4902022
Canada$52,960$57,7602022
United Kingdom$49,240$55,2102022
United Arab Emirates$49,160$88,0502022
New Zealand$49,090$50,9102022
San Marino$47,120$61,0602021
France$45,290$56,3702022
Andorra$44,350-
Japan$42,440$48,4802022
Kuwait$40,600$67,2002022
Italy$38,200$53,2802022
New Caledonia$37,370-
South Korea$36,190$51,0702022
Sint Maarten$35,260$48,3602022
Greenland$34,800-
Aruba$33,410$47,0602022
Malta$32,860$50,2302022
Spain$32,090$46,5502022
Cyprus$31,520$47,4702022
Bahamas$31,520$38,8202022
Brunei$31,410$67,7602022
Slovenia$29,590$47,3702022
Bahrain$27,720$58,5402022
Saudi Arabia$27,680$59,8702022
Estonia$27,120$45,2002022
Czech Republic$26,100$46,8902022
Portugal$25,950$41,2902022
Turks and Caicos Islands$25,240$24,4102022
Puerto Rico$24,560$27,8402022
Lithuania$23,870$47,1202022
Latvia$21,850$39,2302022
Greece$21,810$36,6902022
Oman$20,020$38,6402022
Saint Kitts and Nevis$20,020$32,6202022
Croatia$19,600$40,6102022
Barbados$19,490$17,4802022
Antigua and Barbuda$19,050$25,5502022
Hungary$19,010$40,4502022
Poland$18,900$42,3902022
French Polynesia$18,560-
Curacao$18,060$23,4102021
Uruguay$18,000$26,2502022
Nauru$17,800$19,6302022
Panama$16,960$37,5402022
Trinidad and Tobago$16,190$26,2602022
Romania$15,570$40,0302022
Chile$15,360$28,5502022
Guyana$14,920$38,2502022
Palau$13,420$16,1202021
Bulgaria$13,350$32,7402022
Venezuela$13,010$16,9602011
Costa Rica$12,920$23,3702022
China$12,850$21,2502022
Russia$12,750$35,5402022
Saint Lucia$12,400$17,0502022
Seychelles$12,010$28,3502022
Malaysia$11,830$32,4102022
Argentina$11,590$26,0302022
Maldives$10,880$22,8402022
Mexico$10,820$21,7902022
Montenegro$10,480$27,5702022
Mauritius$10,360$26,4502022
Kazakhstan$9,620$27,3302022
Serbia$9,290$22,7202022
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines$9,110$16,8202022
Grenada$9,070$15,6102022
Dominican Republic$9,050$21,9202022
Cuba$8,920-
Dominica$8,430$13,5002022
Brazil$8,140$17,2702022
Bosnia and Herzegovina$7,660$19,8402022
Gabon$7,530$14,8702022
Botswana$7,430$17,8002022
Marshall Islands$7,270$8,1302022
Libya$7,260$23,6002022
Thailand$7,230$20,0702022
Belarus$7,210$21,7102022
Tuvalu$7,160$7,3102022
Turkmenistan$6,970$15,0602019
South Africa$6,780$15,5902022
Albania$6,770$18,2602022
Peru$6,740$14,0102022
North Macedonia$6,660$19,4302022
Belize$6,630$10,6702022
Colombia$6,500$19,4702022
Ecuador$6,300$12,6202022
Armenia$5,960$18,1402022
Paraguay$5,920$15,5402022
Jamaica$5,760$11,7002022
Azerbaijan$5,660$16,6302022
Georgia$5,600$18,7602022
Moldova$5,500$15,7802022
Fiji$5,390$13,8502022
Guatemala$5,350$10,6002022
Iraq$5,270$10,8302022
Equatorial Guinea$5,240$12,7902022
Namibia$5,010$11,1902022
Lebanon$4,970$13,4002021
Suriname$4,970$16,2602022
Tonga$4,930$7,1602021
El Salvador$4,720$10,4602022
Indonesia$4,580$14,2502022
Jordan$4,350$11,0902022
Ukraine$4,260$13,3502022
Mongolia$4,260$12,5302022
Micronesia$4,140$4,2802022
Egypt$4,100$14,6002022
Vietnam$4,010$12,8102022
Iran$3,980$18,2302022
Philippines$3,950$10,7302022
Cape Verde$3,950$8,6002022
Algeria$3,920$12,9502022
Tunisia$3,830$12,1502022
Eswatini$3,750$9,8302022
Morocco$3,670$9,4102022
Samoa$3,660$5,9302022
Vanuatu$3,650$3,7802022
Sri Lanka$3,610$14,0402022
Bolivia$3,490$9,4602022
Djibouti$3,310$6,0102022
Bhutan$3,290$12,0702021
Bangladesh$2,820$7,6902022
Kiribati$2,810$3,8702022
Honduras$2,750$6,2202022
Papua New Guinea$2,700$4,1802022
Ivory Coast$2,620$6,3402022
Sao Tome and Principe$2,400$4,1102022
India$2,390$8,2302022
Ghana$2,380$6,4002022
Laos$2,310$8,6802022
Republic of the Congo$2,290$4,0502022
Solomon Islands$2,210$2,6702022
Uzbekistan$2,190$9,6402022
Kenya$2,170$5,6802022
Nigeria$2,160$5,7002022
Nicaragua$2,090$6,3802022
Mauritania$2,080$6,2602022
Angola$1,880$6,4502022
Zimbabwe$1,710$2,5502022
Cambodia$1,690$5,0702022
Cameroon$1,640$4,3302022
Senegal$1,620$4,0602022
Haiti$1,610$3,3102022
Comoros$1,610$3,8502022
Pakistan$1,560$6,2602022
Kyrgyzstan$1,440$5,6702022
Benin$1,400$4,0202022
Nepal$1,340$4,7502022
Myanmar$1,270$4,9102022
Zambia$1,240$3,9802022
Lesotho$1,230$3,1902022
Tajikistan$1,210$5,6802022
Tanzania$1,200$3,0502022
Guinea$1,190$2,8702022
South Sudan$1,040$1,0402015
Ethiopia$1,020$2,8002022
Togo$1,010$2,6102022
Yemen$1,000$3,7102013
Uganda$930$2,6402022
Rwanda$930$2,7302022
Mali$850$2,4202022
Burkina Faso$850$2,4402022
Gambia$800$2,4602022
Sudan$760$4,1502022
Chad$690$1,6402022
Liberia$680$1,4702021
Malawi$640$1,7002022
DR Congo$610$1,2902022
Eritrea$610$1,6102011
Somalia$600$1,7002022
Sierra Leone$600$2,2502022
Niger$580$1,3802022
Syria$560-
Madagascar$510$1,7302022
Central African Republic$480$1,0302022
Mozambique$440$1,2102022
Afghanistan$380$1,6802021
Burundi$240$8402022
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Country
GNI Per Capita, Atlas
GNI Per Capita, PPP
GNI, Atlas
India$2,150$7,130$3.02 Mn
China$11,880$19,160$16.79 Mn
United States$70,930$70,480$23.54 Mn
Indonesia$4,180$12,680$1.14 Mn
Pakistan$1,470$5,680$340,808.73
Nigeria$2,080$5,200$444,027.94
Brazil$7,740$15,600$1.66 Mn
Bangladesh$2,570$6,840$435,530.77
Russia$11,610$32,070$1.69 Mn
Ethiopia$940$2,530$113,593.42
Mexico$9,590$19,740$1.21 Mn
Japan$42,650$44,570$5.36 Mn
Philippines$3,550$9,210$404,238.06
Egypt$3,350$12,320$365,799.86
DR Congo$550$1,110$52,544.09
Vietnam$3,590$11,080$350,209.13
Iran$3,530$16,540$310,227.88
Turkey$9,900$30,290$839,644.67
Germany$51,660$59,630$4.30 Mn
Thailand$7,090$18,120$507,856.67
Tanzania$1,100$2,830$67,787.89
United Kingdom$44,480$49,420$2.99 Mn
France$44,160$51,660$2.99 Mn
South Africa$6,530$14,340$387,775.52
Italy$35,990$46,450$2.13 Mn
Kenya$2,080$5,130$110,400.89
Myanmar$1,170$4,310$62,771.31
Colombia$6,190$16,540$318,932.01
South Korea$35,110$47,770$1.82 Mn
Uganda$760$2,140$34,827.85
Sudan$650$3,910$29,894.01
Spain$29,690$40,910$1.41 Mn
Iraq$4,760$9,750$207,082.18
Algeria$3,660$11,860$161,494.85
Argentina$9,960$23,170$456,139.42
Afghanistan$390$1,680$15,695.39
Poland$16,850$36,060$636,064.20
Canada$48,310$51,690$1.85 Mn
Morocco$3,620$8,730$136,408.11
Ukraine$4,120$13,860$170,654.88
Angola$1,710$5,980$58,878.79
Saudi Arabia$21,540$46,130$755,462.63
Uzbekistan$1,960$8,520$68,578.90
Mozambique$480$1,320$15,350.29
Ghana$2,280$5,820$74,910.56
Peru$6,460$12,780$217,752.46
Malaysia$10,710$28,150$359,707.78
Nepal$1,220$4,230$36,590.88
Madagascar$490$1,570$14,049.55
Ivory Coast$2,420$5,670$66,469.56
Cameroon$1,590$3,970$43,215.53
Niger$590$1,330$14,825.07
Australia$57,170$55,660$1.47 Mn
Syria$760-$15,714.12
Mali$820$2,220$17,916.69
Burkina Faso$830$2,270$18,393.30
Sri Lanka$4,030$14,370$89,243.75
Malawi$620$1,610$12,317.14
Zambia$1,030$3,250$20,149.11
Kazakhstan$8,880$25,160$168,692.85
Chile$14,780$27,020$288,125.21
Romania$14,160$35,260$270,676.86
Chad$640$1,510$11,061.46
Somalia$430$1,240$7,409.50
Ecuador$5,960$11,540$106,042.09
Guatemala$4,940$9,590$84,534.76
Senegal$1,570$3,760$26,463.41
Netherlands$55,200$63,370$967,837.42
Cambodia$1,580$4,540$26,266.78
Zimbabwe$1,530$2,270$24,393.25
Guinea$1,020$2,560$13,789.50
Rwanda$840$2,410$11,258.05
Benin$1,350$3,750$17,603.22
Burundi$220$780$2,793.49
Bolivia$3,290$8,620$39,785.73
Tunisia$3,540$10,910$43,393.75
Haiti$1,430$3,160$16,421.48
Belgium$50,490$59,430$585,375.40
Dominican Republic$8,100$19,440$90,005.66
Jordan$4,170$10,080$46,535.04
Cuba$8,920-$100,932.93
Honduras$2,490$5,620$25,542.22
Sweden$59,540$61,090$620,153.67
Papua New Guinea$2,460$3,870$24,572.52
Czech Republic$24,430$43,360$256,631.30
Azerbaijan$4,900$15,520$49,671.56
Tajikistan$1,150$5,180$11,224.53
Greece$20,000$31,480$212,806.98
Portugal$23,890$35,390$246,714.17
Hungary$17,740$35,640$172,210.65
United Arab Emirates$41,770$71,280$387,961.14
Belarus$6,940$20,860$64,824.20
Israel$49,290$44,060$461,515
Togo$960$2,340$8,303.93
Sierra Leone$500$1,750$4,218.88
Austria$52,760$58,370$472,474.25
Switzerland$90,600$75,810$788,512.43
Laos$2,500$8,100$18,582.57
Hong Kong$54,460$70,600$403,721.37
Nicaragua$1,950$5,800$13,360.12
Serbia$8,460$20,670$57,797.66
Libya$8,700$24,330$58,607.75
Paraguay$5,740$14,600$38,513.12
Kyrgyzstan$1,180$4,860$7,893.97
Bulgaria$11,200$27,200$77,004.62
Turkmenistan$6,970$15,050$42,916.72
El Salvador$4,260$9,420$26,911
Republic of the Congo$1,970$3,400$11,484.74
Singapore$64,010$102,450$349,100.86
Denmark$68,300$66,720$400,036.92
Central African Republic$480$980$2,612.22
Slovakia$20,640$32,450$112,424.24
Finland$53,510$55,940$296,473.03
Liberia$630$1,470$3,250.89
Norway$83,880$82,840$453,625.12
Palestine$4,220$7,370$20,770.13
New Zealand$45,230$45,440$231,716.72
Costa Rica$12,310$21,810$63,469.56
Lebanon$5,110$13,700$28,593.82
Ireland$76,110$79,370$383,083.78
Mauritania$1,950$5,750$9,020.89
Oman$17,950$35,120$81,164.63
Panama$13,920$29,720$60,572.52
Kuwait$34,290$55,930$152,275.52
Croatia$17,630$34,620$68,724.22
Georgia$4,700$15,950$17,421.88
Mongolia$3,730$10,950$12,474.52
Uruguay$16,080$22,950$55,109.23
Moldova$5,370$15,810$14,049.63
Puerto Rico$22,580$24,750$73,678.05
Bosnia and Herzegovina$6,810$17,120$22,273.41
Gambia$740$2,220$1,951.49
Albania$6,110$15,490$17,183.97
Jamaica$5,190$10,240$14,682.43
Armenia$4,850$15,140$13,533.32
Qatar$62,310$100,450$167,493.79
Botswana$6,430$15,420$16,635.35
Lithuania$21,740$41,170$60,884.17
Namibia$4,650$9,850$11,772.43
Gabon$6,440$12,800$15,076.33
Lesotho$1,210$2,870$2,750.49
Guinea-Bissau$760$2,010$1,574.28
Slovenia$28,280$43,040$59,607.79
North Macedonia$6,190$17,410$12,778.45
Latvia$19,790$33,760$37,294.66
Equatorial Guinea$5,150$11,990$8,418.01
Trinidad and Tobago$15,000$25,210$22,888.44
Bahrain$22,950$46,900$33,908.34
Timor-Leste$1,140$2,880$1,509.57
Estonia$26,460$41,520$35,218.92
Mauritius$9,920$23,380$12,563.72
Cyprus$28,470$40,380$25,634.10
Eswatini$3,650$8,950$4,354.68
Djibouti$3,080$5,300$3,406.96
Fiji$4,500$10,720$4,160.65
Comoros$1,580$3,560$1,299.48
Guyana$9,410$22,920$7,567.30
Bhutan$3,040$11,250$2,364.86
Solomon Islands$2,320$2,680$1,640.96
Macau$46,450$72,940$31,894.66
Luxembourg$88,190$83,230$56,449.08
Suriname$4,410$14,090$2,702.73
Montenegro$9,340$23,770$5,780.66
Cape Verde$3,190$6,590$1,873.78
Malta$30,760$45,370$15,947.71
Maldives$9,600$18,770$5,006.51
Brunei$30,320$66,480$13,502.20
Belize$6,070$9,330$2,429.20
Bahamas$26,490$31,010$10,804.70
Iceland$63,460$55,890$23,639.28
Vanuatu$3,240$3,360$1,035.30
Barbados$16,900$14,810$4,752.08
Sao Tome and Principe$2,260$4,500$504.36
Samoa$3,810$5,970$834.06
Curacao$18,430$23,790$2,808.40
Saint Lucia$9,520$13,810$1,710
Kiribati$2,750$3,870$354.93
Grenada$8,590$14,150$1,070.60
Micronesia$3,980$4,010$450.75
Tonga$4,930$7,130$522.27
Seychelles$14,540$29,800$1,443.37
Aruba$29,390$41,430$3,130.83
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines$8,720$14,970$909.57
Antigua and Barbuda$15,780$20,770$1,471.35
Andorra$46,530-$3,551.99
Dominica$7,790$11,990$563.76
Cayman Islands$61,880$52,500$4,165
Bermuda$122,470$91,950$7,821.93
Saint Kitts and Nevis$18,820$28,420$896.16
Turks and Caicos Islands$21,410$20,550$965.71
Marshall Islands$6,780$7,410$285.08
San Marino$41,450$53,680$1,409.69
Palau$12,790$15,490$230.44
Nauru$16,920$21,820$211.72
Tuvalu$7,200$7,210$80.67
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GNI per Capita by Country 2024

Which country has highest GNI per capita?

According to the Atlas method, Bermuda, which has a GNI of 122,470, has the highest GNI per capita. However, when using the 2021 PPP method, Singapore has the highest GNI at 102,450.

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