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Top 25 World's Richest Countries by GDP Per Capita 2015
 
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The world's economy may be tanking, but there are many countries that are doing pretty well, I'm talking about countries whose wealth is based on the GDP(Gross Domestic Product).That is why the GDP per capita is a more appropriate tool than just comparing GDPs. It can therefore be assumed that the countries with the highest GDPs per capita have the richest citizens. To really ensure the figures are comprehensive and the rankings are appropriate, GDP per capita is then adjusted based on purchasing power parity (PPP) a concept in economics that’s used to determine the relative value between currencies.These estimates are made every year by international financial organizations such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. While the GDP (PPP) is a good indicator of a country's wealth, calculations based on nominal GDP often tend to overlook the cost of living in each country. Small counries like: Monaco, Qatar, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Macau, Singapore, Norway, Switzerland, Brunei and other small nations are among the wealthiest in the world because they are able to stay independent. They are also able to totally control their own tax and travel policies, these places can make themselves very attractive to tourists/people looking for second homes; and they only need a few to make a big impact on their economy. Small-scale means agile. Another good thing about many these countries is that favorable tax policies encourage foreigners to base their businesses there, contributing to GDP, that also includes countries like: United States, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Great Britain, Holland, Australia and so on. Source: List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_%28PPP%29_per_capita Business Code : Monaco un rocher qui vaut de l'or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwhacLzOPuk Monaco's GDP Per Capita http://www.google.com/publicdata/explore?ds=d5bncppjof8f9_&met_y=ny_gdp_pcap_cd&idim=country:MCO:LUX:LIE&hl=en&dl=en Qatar's GDP Per Capita https://www.google.com/search?q=passeport+monegasque&safe=active&biw=1192&bih=420&source=lnms&sa=X&ei=CZCaVfeqEsHusAH0vaqYCA&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAA&dpr=1#safe=active&q=qatar+gdp+per+capita&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAGOovnz8BQMDowgHjxKHfq6-gZmlebGWWXaylX5OfnJiSWZ-nn5xCZAuLslMTsyJL0pNBwpZpacUxOfl52bmAYUKUovikxMLMksSuxiduOCGCFFqSJZhlQX5hjhzcYIMMawyMjQl1xTfL7pM9ruevE7fcKtor7q52ApBzqsAek1P3jEBAAA Scandinavia - the Utopia that Never Was https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpw247cfwes Piers Morgan on Monaco https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9iXG4Rkdv4 The 10 Nations With The Highest GDPs Per Capita http://www.therichest.com/business/economy/the-10-nations-with-the-highest-gdp-per-capita/ The World's Richest and Poorest Countries https://www.gfmag.com/global-data/economic-data/worlds-richest-and-poorest-countries Monaco: The Richest Place on Earth http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/monaco-richest-place-earth-1454967 Will America ever be one of the five richest countries https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130312193219AAZdcWL What Makes Countries Rich or Poor? http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2012/jun/07/what-makes-countries-rich-or-poor/ Isn't true that the United States has a higher standard of living than Denmark? https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20150706095703AALjPiw&page=2
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::: 20 Richest Countries in the World :::  * by GDP per capita
 
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TOP-20 countries with highest per capita GDP (nominal) : Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Qatar, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland, Unites Arab Emirates, Unites States of America. TOP-20 countries by per capita GDP (nominal) 40 years ago, in 1971 1.MONACO - 13672 2. QATAR - 5827 3. BERMUDA - 5613 4. ARUBA - 5391 5. USA - 5268 6. KUWAIT- 4878 7. LIECHTENSTEIN - 4813 8. SWEDEN - 4765 9. LUXEMBOURG - 4396 10. CANADA - 4421 11. SWITZERLAND - 4412 12. NEW CALEDONIA - 3984 13. AUSTRALIA - 3963 14. DENMARK - 3734 15. NORWAY - 3706 16. UAE - 3676 17. ANDORRA - 3485 18. ICELAND -3193 19. FRANCE - 3140 20. NETHERLANDS - 3134
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SEB on Swedish GDP
 
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Swedish GDP grew at a disappointing 0.1% in the third quarter. Olle Holmgren, SEB.
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Norway and Sweden Standard of Living comparison (1980-2021)
 
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Standard of Living comparison of 2 of the most advanced countries in the world. Norway and Sweden across 4 decades. GDP PPP is used as the measure of Standard of living . GDP PPP of Norway is kept constant at 100 and that of Sweden is changed to see the change, It is observed that GDP PPP of Sweden was about 70% of Norway in 1980 . It was reduced to 50s in 1990s but has now once again recovered and is still about 70% of that of Norway
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What is the GDP of Sweden?
 
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Watch this video to learn about the 2016 GDP (gross domestic product) of Sweden.
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Top 30 World's Richest Countries 2018 by GDP (nominal)
 
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Sources: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2017/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=44&pr.y=12&sy=2018&ey=2018&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=512%2C946%2C914%2C137%2C612%2C546%2C614%2C962%2C311%2C674%2C213%2C676%2C911%2C548%2C193%2C556%2C122%2C678%2C912%2C181%2C313%2C867%2C419%2C682%2C513%2C684%2C316%2C273%2C913%2C868%2C124%2C921%2C339%2C948%2C638%2C943%2C514%2C686%2C218%2C688%2C963%2C518%2C616%2C728%2C223%2C836%2C516%2C558%2C918%2C138%2C748%2C196%2C618%2C278%2C624%2C692%2C522%2C694%2C622%2C142%2C156%2C449%2C626%2C564%2C628%2C565%2C228%2C283%2C924%2C853%2C233%2C288%2C632%2C293%2C636%2C566%2C634%2C964%2C238%2C182%2C662%2C359%2C960%2C453%2C423%2C968%2C935%2C922%2C128%2C714%2C611%2C862%2C321%2C135%2C243%2C716%2C248%2C456%2C469%2C722%2C253%2C942%2C642%2C718%2C643%2C724%2C939%2C576%2C644%2C936%2C819%2C961%2C172%2C813%2C132%2C726%2C646%2C199%2C648%2C733%2C915%2C184%2C134%2C524%2C652%2C361%2C174%2C362%2C328%2C364%2C258%2C732%2C656%2C366%2C654%2C734%2C336%2C144%2C263%2C146%2C268%2C463%2C532%2C528%2C944%2C923%2C176%2C738%2C534%2C578%2C536%2C537%2C429%2C742%2C433%2C866%2C178%2C369%2C436%2C744%2C136%2C186%2C343%2C925%2C158%2C869%2C439%2C746%2C916%2C926%2C664%2C466%2C826%2C112%2C542%2C111%2C967%2C298%2C443%2C927%2C917%2C846%2C544%2C299%2C941%2C582%2C446%2C474%2C666%2C754%2C668%2C698%2C672&s=NGDPD%2CNGDPDPC&grp=0&a= http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2017/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=53&pr.y=5&sy=2018&ey=2018&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=001&s=NGDPD&grp=1&a=1 Top 50 United States China Japan Germany France United Kingdom India Brazil Italy Canada Korea Russia Australia Spain Mexico Indonesia Turkey Netherlands Switzerland Saudi Arabia Argentina Sweden Taiwan Poland Belgium Thailand Nigeria Austria Norway United Arab Emirates Iran Israel South Africa Philippines Ireland Denmark Pakistan Malaysia Colombia Singapore Bangladesh Finland Chile Czech Republic Vietnam Romania Portugal Peru Greece New Zealand
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Top 20 World's Richest Countries 2012 by GDP (nominal)
 
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Sources: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2011/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=17&pr.y=15&sy=2012&ey=2012&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=512%2C941%2C914%2C446%2C612%2C666%2C614%2C668%2C311%2C672%2C213%2C946%2C911%2C137%2C193%2C962%2C122%2C674%2C912%2C676%2C313%2C548%2C419%2C556%2C513%2C678%2C316%2C181%2C913%2C682%2C124%2C684%2C339%2C273%2C638%2C921%2C514%2C948%2C218%2C943%2C963%2C686%2C616%2C688%2C223%2C518%2C516%2C728%2C918%2C558%2C748%2C138%2C618%2C196%2C522%2C278%2C622%2C692%2C156%2C694%2C624%2C142%2C626%2C449%2C628%2C564%2C228%2C283%2C924%2C853%2C233%2C288%2C632%2C293%2C636%2C566%2C634%2C964%2C238%2C182%2C662%2C453%2C960%2C968%2C423%2C922%2C935%2C714%2C128%2C862%2C611%2C716%2C321%2C456%2C243%2C722%2C248%2C942%2C469%2C718%2C253%2C724%2C642%2C576%2C643%2C936%2C939%2C961%2C644%2C813%2C819%2C199%2C172%2C184%2C132%2C524%2C646%2C361%2C648%2C362%2C915%2C364%2C134%2C732%2C652%2C366%2C174%2C734%2C328%2C144%2C258%2C146%2C656%2C463%2C654%2C528%2C336%2C923%2C263%2C738%2C268%2C578%2C532%2C537%2C944%2C742%2C176%2C866%2C534%2C369%2C536%2C744%2C429%2C186%2C433%2C925%2C178%2C869%2C436%2C746%2C136%2C926%2C343%2C466%2C158%2C112%2C439%2C111%2C916%2C298%2C664%2C927%2C826%2C846%2C542%2C299%2C967%2C582%2C443%2C474%2C917%2C754%2C544%2C698&s=NGDPD&grp=0&a= http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2011/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=57&pr.y=11&sy=2012&ey=2012&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=998&s=NGDPD&grp=1&a=1 http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2011/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=81&pr.y=9&sy=2012&ey=2012&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=001&s=NGDPD&grp=1&a=1 Top 20: United States China Japan Germany France Brazil United Kingdom Italy Russia India Canada Spain Australia South Korea Mexico Indonesia Netherlands Turkey Switzerland Sweden
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Top 20 World's Richest Countries 2010 by GDP (nominal)
 
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Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_%28nominal%29 ________________________________________ Top 40: 01 - United States 14,256,275 02 - Japan 5,068,059 03 - People's Republic of China 4,908,982 04 - Germany 3,352,742 05 - France 2,675,951 06 - United Kingdom 2,183,607 07 - Italy 2,118,264 08 - Brazil 1,574,039 09 - Spain 1,464,040 10 - Canada 1,336,427 11 - India 1,235,975 12 - Russia 1,229,227 13 - Australia 997,201 14 - Mexico 874,903 15 - South Korea 832,512 16 - Netherlands 794,777 17 - Turkey 615,329 18 - Indonesia 539,377 19 - Switzerland 494,622 20 - Belgium 470,400 21 - Poland 430,197 22 - Sweden 405,440 23 - Norway 382,983 24 - Austria 381,880 25 - Republic of China (Taiwan) 378,969 26 - Saudi Arabia 369,671 27 - Venezuela 337,295 28 - Greece 330,780 29 - Iran 330,461 30 - Argentina 310,065 31 - Denmark 309,252 32 - South Africa 287,219 33 - Thailand 263,889 34 - Finland 238,128 35 - United Arab Emirates 229,971 36 - Colombia 228,836 37 - Portugal 227,855 38 - Ireland 227,781 39 - Czech Republic 194,828 40 - Israel 194,825
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Top 35 World's Richest Countries 2020 by GDP (nominal)
 
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Sources: * http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2018/01/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=51&pr.y=7&sy=2020&ey=2020&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=546%2C924%2C532%2C528&s=NGDPD%2CNGDPDPC&grp=0&a= * http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2018/01/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=15&pr.y=7&sy=2020&ey=2020&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=512%2C946%2C914%2C137%2C612%2C546%2C614%2C962%2C311%2C674%2C213%2C676%2C911%2C548%2C193%2C556%2C122%2C678%2C912%2C181%2C313%2C867%2C419%2C682%2C513%2C684%2C316%2C273%2C913%2C868%2C124%2C921%2C339%2C948%2C638%2C943%2C514%2C686%2C218%2C688%2C963%2C518%2C616%2C728%2C223%2C836%2C516%2C558%2C918%2C138%2C748%2C196%2C618%2C278%2C624%2C692%2C522%2C694%2C622%2C142%2C156%2C449%2C626%2C564%2C628%2C565%2C228%2C283%2C924%2C853%2C233%2C288%2C632%2C293%2C636%2C566%2C634%2C964%2C238%2C182%2C662%2C359%2C960%2C453%2C423%2C968%2C935%2C922%2C128%2C714%2C611%2C862%2C321%2C135%2C243%2C716%2C248%2C456%2C469%2C722%2C253%2C942%2C642%2C718%2C643%2C724%2C939%2C576%2C644%2C936%2C819%2C961%2C172%2C813%2C132%2C726%2C646%2C199%2C648%2C733%2C915%2C184%2C134%2C524%2C652%2C361%2C174%2C362%2C328%2C364%2C258%2C732%2C656%2C366%2C654%2C734%2C336%2C144%2C263%2C146%2C268%2C463%2C532%2C528%2C944%2C923%2C176%2C738%2C534%2C578%2C536%2C537%2C429%2C742%2C433%2C866%2C178%2C369%2C436%2C744%2C136%2C186%2C343%2C925%2C158%2C869%2C439%2C746%2C916%2C926%2C664%2C466%2C826%2C112%2C542%2C111%2C967%2C298%2C443%2C927%2C917%2C846%2C544%2C299%2C941%2C582%2C446%2C474%2C666%2C754%2C668%2C698%2C672&s=NGDPD%2CNGDPDPC&grp=0&a= * http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2018/01/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=43&pr.y=10&sy=2020&ey=2020&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=001&s=NGDPD&grp=1&a=1 Top 50 United States China Japan Germany India France United Kingdom Brazil Italy Canada Korea Russia Australia Spain Mexico Indonesia Netherlands Turkey Switzerland Saudi Arabia Argentina Poland Sweden Belgium Nigeria Thailand Austria Norway United Arab Emirates Malaysia Ireland Israel Denmark South Africa Islamic Republic of Iran Philippines Singapore Colombia Pakistan Bangladesh Finland Chile Czech Republic Vietnam Romania Portugal Peru New Zealand Greece Iraq
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Here Are The Richest Countries In the World In 2017 According To GDP per Capita
 
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Here Are The Richest Countries In the World In 2017 According To GDP per Capita According to Global Finance Magazine, these are the richest countries in the world as calculated by GDP per capita adjusted for purchasing power parity. 30. Japan — GDP per capita: $38,893 (631,732) 29. Finland — GDP per capita: $41,812 (034,114) 28. France — GDP per capita: $42,384 ([34,581) 27. United Kingdom — GDP per capita: $42,513 (234,686) 26. Oman — GDP per capita: $43,737 (635,685) 25. Belgium — GDP per capita: $44,881 (£36,618) 24. Canada — GDP per capita: $46,239 (237,726) 23. Denmark — GDP per capita: $46,602 (£38,022) 22. Taiwan — GDP per capita: $47,790 (238,991) 21. Austria — GDP per capita: $47,856 (639,045) 20. Iceland — GDP per capita: $48,070 (639,220) 19. Germany — GDP per capita: $48,189 (239,317) 18. Australia — GDP per capita: $48,806 (239,820) 17. Sweden — GDP per capita: $49,678 (£40,532) 15. The Netherlands — GDP per capita: $50,846 (£41,485) 13. United States — GDP per capita: $57,293 (046,745) 12. Hong Kong — GDP per capita: $58,094 (047,375) 11. Switzerland — GDP per capita: $59,375 (648,420) 10. San Marino — GDP per capita: $64,443 (052,553) 9. United Arab Emirates — GDP per capita: $67,696 (255,206) 8. Norway — GDP per capita: $69,296 (256,510) 7. Ireland — GDP per capita: $69,374 (256,574) 6. Kuwait — GDP per capita: $71,263 (258,114) 5. Brunei — GDP per capita: $79,710 (265,003) 4. Singapore — GDP per capita: $87,082 (271,015) 3. Macao — GDP per capita: $96,147 ([78,407) 2. Luxembourg — GDP per capita: $101,936 (283,128) 1. Qatar — GDP per capita: $129,726 (2105,791) SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV4T1s7VWtHJ32tqhv4DLAA FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/pages/Failorbit/1491722961150206?ref=hl TWITTER https://twitter.com/?lang=en GOOGLE+ https://plus.google.com/b/112346111048671864035/112346111048671864035/posts?hl=en&pageId=112346111048671864035
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Top 30 World's Richest Countries 2017 by GDP (nominal)
 
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Sources: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2016/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=67&pr.y=9&sy=2017&ey=2017&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=512%2C672%2C914%2C946%2C612%2C137%2C614%2C546%2C311%2C962%2C213%2C674%2C911%2C676%2C193%2C548%2C122%2C556%2C912%2C678%2C313%2C181%2C419%2C867%2C513%2C682%2C316%2C684%2C913%2C273%2C124%2C868%2C339%2C921%2C638%2C948%2C514%2C943%2C218%2C686%2C963%2C688%2C616%2C518%2C223%2C728%2C516%2C558%2C918%2C138%2C748%2C196%2C618%2C278%2C624%2C692%2C522%2C694%2C622%2C142%2C156%2C449%2C626%2C564%2C628%2C565%2C228%2C283%2C924%2C853%2C233%2C288%2C632%2C293%2C636%2C566%2C634%2C964%2C238%2C182%2C662%2C359%2C960%2C453%2C423%2C968%2C935%2C922%2C128%2C714%2C611%2C862%2C321%2C135%2C243%2C716%2C248%2C456%2C469%2C722%2C253%2C942%2C642%2C718%2C643%2C724%2C939%2C576%2C644%2C936%2C819%2C961%2C172%2C813%2C132%2C199%2C646%2C733%2C648%2C184%2C915%2C524%2C134%2C361%2C652%2C362%2C174%2C364%2C328%2C732%2C258%2C366%2C656%2C734%2C654%2C144%2C336%2C146%2C263%2C463%2C268%2C528%2C532%2C923%2C944%2C738%2C176%2C578%2C534%2C537%2C536%2C742%2C429%2C866%2C433%2C369%2C178%2C744%2C436%2C186%2C136%2C925%2C343%2C869%2C158%2C746%2C439%2C926%2C916%2C466%2C664%2C112%2C826%2C111%2C542%2C298%2C967%2C927%2C443%2C846%2C917%2C299%2C544%2C582%2C941%2C474%2C446%2C754%2C666%2C698%2C668&s=NGDPD&grp=0&a http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2016/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=74&pr.y=9&sy=2017&ey=2017&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=001&s=NGDPD&grp=1&a=1 Top 50: United States China Japan Germany United Kingdom France India Brazil Italy Canada Korea Russia Australia Spain Mexico Indonesia Netherlands Turkey Saudi Arabia Switzerland Argentina Taiwan Province of China Sweden Belgium Poland Islamic Republic of Iran Nigeria United Arab Emirates Thailand Austria Norway Philippines Malaysia Israel Ireland Denmark Venezuela Singapore Colombia South Africa Finland Bangladesh Chile Vietnam Portugal Greece Czech Republic Romania New Zealand Peru
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Beyond GDP: How to Measure Progress
 
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The European Commission published today a Communication on how to measure progress in a changing world. It proposes to go beyond the best known measure of economic activity, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and to develop more inclusive indicators that provide a more reliable knowledge base for better public debate and policy-making. Stavros Dimas, Commissioner in charge of Environment, explained in a press conference that GDP was not intended to be a measure of wellbeing and does not pick-up on issue that are vitally important to the quality of lifes such as a clean environment, social cohesion or even how happy people are. The Communication outlines five actions and among them it proposes a pilot of an environmental index that will assess progress in the main fields of environmental policy and protection. The index will cover areas such as greenhouse gas emissions, loss of natural landscapes, air pollution, water use and waste generation. 00:00:00 Title 00:00:05 General view of the press conference room 00:00:10 SOUNDBITE (English) Stavros Dimas, EC Member in charge of Environment: GDP is a rigorous indicator for economic purposes and it will continue to play a role in political decision making. But GDP is no more than an indicator of economic activity. It was not intended to be a measure of wellbeing, it does not pick-up on issue that are vitally important to the quality of our lifes such as a clean environment, social cohesion or even how happy people are. 00:00:45 Cutaway journalist attending the press conference 00:00:50 SOUNDBITE (English) Stavros Dimas: A pilot of an environmental index will be proposed in 2010 that will assess progress in the main fields of environmental policy and protection. The index will cover areas such as greenhouse gas emissions, loss of natural landscapes, air pollution, water use and waste generation. 00:01:12 Cutaway 00:01:18 SOUNDBITE (English) Elisabet Falemo, State Secretary to Andreas Carlgren, Swedish Minister for the Environment: The transformation to an eco-efficient economy requires other national indicators and tools in addition to GDP that provides better signals for policy makers regarding the path towards an eco-efficient economy. 00:01:35 Cutaway 00:01:42 SOUNDBITE (English) Stavros Dimas: An example: if a country cuts down its forest and sells its timber, this will increase its GDP, but in the medium to long term, destroying the natural capital which is not measured will not be beneficial for the country, for the environment or for the wellbeing of the people. 00:02:09 Cutaway 00:02:15 SOUNDBITE (English) Elisabet Falemo: I think that GDP is established rather well for what it stands for, but we need complementary systems. What it is important to know is that quality of life and welfare is not only material. And we need to put figures on even other qualities of life. In that way the GDP will not be the only way to measure the welfare. 00:02:52 Cutaway 00:02:58 End
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Top 10 Countries With The Most External Debt
 
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External debt is the sum of a countries public debt - the debt that it owes another country. Here we take a look at countries with unbelievably high numbers of external debt. Subscribe to World5List http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Find us on... -- http://www.boredbadger.com -- http://www.facebook.com/world5list The economy is a very confusing thing, and apparently it had a bit of a hiccup in 2006 with "The Great Recession", which sounds like the world's economy wanted to break-up with us, but didn't want to have to move out of our apartment just yet so it had to "Recede" to find itself... Brazil Brazil's economy is the largest in Latin America. The country makes its money through it's agriculture and tourism. It's also home to Embraer, which is the third largest producer of civilian aircraft, right behind Airbus and Boeing. Sweden Sweden's economy is doing really well at the moment. In fact, the country currently sits as the seventh-richest country in the world, as far their GDP (gross domestic product) goes. Australia Did you know that there was more to Australia than just kangaroos, boomerangs, shrimp on the barbie and deadly animals hiding in every single corner? Italy Lo Stivaale, "The Boot". The third most populous EU state, the birthplace of the Renaissance, and home to the ruins of the once great Roman civilization. Luxembourg This country is TINY. It's land-locked, in between Belgium, Germany, and France. The whole thing is about the size of Rhode Island. France Je ne parle pas français. Je vais donc rester avec l'anglais. France is a country with a rich heritage and culture, defined by it's romantic tendencies. Japan Nippon, the small island country next to Asia. It kept up a pretty strict policy of isolation from the rest of the world until 1853 when the U.S. sent it's navy to... convice the Japanese to open up their borders, which they did. United Kingdom Hey, guess what? Brexit didn't kill the U.K... In fact, they're doing just fine. Good for them. Everyone was expecting Britain to mostly fall apart after leaving the EU, but those stubborn British buggers proved they were more than a match for what was to come. Honorable mentions: European Union: $13,050,000,000,000 Germany: $5,597,000,000,000 Switzerland: $1,533,000,000,000 Ireland: $1,960,000,000,000 Netherlands: $3,154,000,000,000 USA! USA! USA! The U.S of A. A federal republic (not a democracy, btw. We're a republic) that spans a large portion of the globe, well past the North American continent. We own islands in the Pacific and the Caribbean. We're the third most populous nation in the world, with over 324 million people.
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Visit to Stockholm  HD
 
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Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. It is the site of the national Swedish government, the parliament, and the official residence of the Swedish Monarch. As of 2008, the Stockholm metropolitan area is home to around 21% of Sweden's population and contributes 35% of Sweden's gross domestic product. Stockholm is the most populous city in Sweden with a population of 814,418 in the city, 1.3 million in the urban area and over 2 million in the metropolitan area. Stockholm has been the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden since the 13th century. Its strategic location on 14 islands on the south-central east coast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren, by the Stockholm archipelago, has been historically important. Stockholm has been nominated by GaWC as a global city, with a ranking of Alpha-.[2]. In the The 2008 Global Cities Index, Stockholm ranked 24th in the world, 10th in Europe, and first in Scandinavia.[3] Stockholm is known for its beauty, its buildings and architecture, its rivers and many parks.[4] Stockholm is one of the most visited cities in the Nordic Countries, with over 1 million visitors every year. Watch in HQ.
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How big is the economy of Sweden?
 
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Watch this video to learn about the 2016 GDP (gross domestic product) of Sweden.
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Highest GDP  per capita in Africa
 
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22 countries with the highest GDP nominal in 2050
 
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A video I made for my speech about economics. I got the statistics from Wikipedia which they got from Goldman Sachs, this video lists 22 countries that will become the next economic powers (or as close as they can get) in 2050. All Data are expressed in millions of USD in real: 1 China 70,710,000 2 United States 38,520,000 3 India 38,227,000 4 Brazil 11,366,000 5 Mexico 9,343,000 6 Russia 8,564,000 7 Indonesia 7,010,000 8 Japan 6,675,000 9 United Kingdom 5,178,000 10 Germany 5,028,000 11 Nigeria 4,640,000 12 France 4,592,000 13 South Korea 4,083,000 14 Turkey 3,948,000 15 Vietnam 3,607,000 16 Canada 3,164,000 17 Philippines 3,010,000 18 Italy 2,950,000 19 Iran 2,663,000 20 Egypt 2,602,000 21 Pakistan 2,085,000 22 Bangladesh 1,466,000 As for now, the economic powers of today are: 1 United States 14,264,600 2 Japan 4,923,761 3 People's Republic of China 4,401,614 4 Germany 3,667,513 5 France 2,865,737 6 United Kingdom 2,674,085 7 Italy 2,313,893 8 Russia 1,676,586 9 Spain 1,611,767 10 Brazil 1,572,839 11 Canada 1,510,957 12 India 1,209,686 13 Mexico 1,088,128 14 Australia 1,010,699 15 South Korea 947,010 16 Netherlands 868,940 17 Turkey 729,443 18 Poland 525,735 19 Indonesia 511,765 20 Belgium 506,392 21 Switzerland 492,595 22 Sweden 484,550 Thanks for watching and on't forget to rate and comment!
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Top 10 Richest Countries in the World 2015
 
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All Top 10's Other Titles: - World's Top 10 Richest Countries. - 10 Richest Countries in the World. - Top 10 Richest Countries in the World 2015 -16. Source: - World Bank. - Wikipedia. - Cheat Sheet - Others Description: This video is based on the countries' GDP Per Capita based on different sources. GDP Per Capita : A measure of the total output of a country that takes the gross domestic product (GDP) and divides it by the number of people in the country. In Video: Macau is the city in China, but Macau has own special administration, different GDP from China, and currency i.e., "Macanese Pataca." So it counts as a different country. 10 - United States of America. 9 - Singapore. 8 - Denmark. 7 - Sweden. 6 - Australia. 5 - Switzerland. 4 - SAR China, Macau. 3 - Qatar. 2 - Norway. 1 - Luxembourg. Watch on Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/AllTop10s Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AllT10s Follow on TSU: http://www.tsu.co/AllTop10s
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Sweden Cuts '14 GDP Forecast
 
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The Swedish Finance Ministry have cut its 2014 GDP target as krona appreciation damages exports and slashes jobs. Natalie MacDonald reports.
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Top 25 World's Richest Countries 2015 by GDP (nominal)
 
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Richest Countries in the World 2018 (by GDP)
 
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The International Monetary (IMF) recently ranks the world's countries according to their GDP based on purchasing power parity (PPP) per capita. Top 20 Richest Countries in the World 2018 by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 1. Qatar $128,702 2. Macau $122,489 3. Luxembourg $110,870 4. Singapore $98,014 5. Ireland $79,924 6. Brunei $79,726 7. Norway $74,065 8. United Arab Emirates $68,662 9. Kuwait $66,673 10. Hong Kong $64,533 11. Switzerland $63,379 12. United States of America $62,152 13. San Marino $61,169 14. Netherlands $56,435 15. Saudi Arabia $55,859 16. Iceland $54,121 17. Sweden $53,077 18. Germany $52,801 19. Taiwan $52,304 20. Australia $52,190 SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► https://www.youtube.com/4yurinfo?sub_confirmation=1 MY VIDEOS: Richest People in the Philippines 2018 - https://youtu.be/xIJTHxgoess Richest People in the World 2018 - https://youtu.be/naBDhry_ID4 World’s Youngest Billionaire 2018 - https://youtu.be/sz0K5Gd7qiM Biggest Shopping Mall in the World 2018 - https://youtu.be/yWO6BBafEaI MUSIC: Track: Tobu - Candyland [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrCDAV3EgI Free Download / Stream : http://ncs.io/candyland SOURCE: International Monetary Fund (IMF) DISCLAIMER : 4Yur Info creates no claim or credit for the images, videos, music and information featured on this youtube channel. All contents are copyrighted to it's respectful owners. If you own rights to any of the images, videos, music and information and do not wish to appear them here, please contact me and they will be promptly remove. Information on this youtube channel may contain errors or inaccuracies and do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content.
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Top 15 RICHEST Countries In The World! | Richest Country Comparison | General Knowledge Quiz
 
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Top 15 RICHEST Countries In The World! | Richest Country Comparison | General Knowledge Quiz In this we learn the 15 richest countries of the world – top 10 countries of the world When ranking the world's richest countries, one usually bases it on their gross domestic product (GDP), which is the value of all final goods and services produced in a country during one year. When dividing a country's GDP with its population you get GDP per capita, which is an average measure of how much of the country's GDP each inhabitant accounts for. As an example, China is the world's second richest country based on GDP but when dividing its GDP among its massive population one can see that their GDP per capita is fairly low. 1. Qatar GDP (PPP) per capita: 102,943 Int. $ 2. Luxembourg GDP (PPP) per capita: 80,119 Int. $ 3. Singapore GDP (PPP) per capita: 59,711 Int. $ 4. Norway GDP (PPP) per capita: 53,471 Int. $ 5. Brunei GDP (PPP) per capita: 49,384 Int. $ 6. United States GDP (PPP) per capita: 48,387 Int. $ 7. United Arab Emirates GDP (PPP) per capita: 48,158 Int. $ 8. Switzerland DP (PPP) per capita: 43,370 Int. $ 9. Netherlands GDP (PPP) per capita: 42,183 Int. $ 10. Austria GDP (PPP) per capita: 41,822 Int. $ 11. Kuwait GDP (PPP) per capita: 41,691 Int. $ 12. Canada GDP (PPP) per capita: 40,541 Int. $ 13. Sweden GDP (PPP) per capita: 40,394 Int. $ 14. Australia GDP (PPP) per capita: 40,234 Int. $ 15. Ireland GDP (PPP) per capita: 39,639 Int. $ Don't Forget Subscribe My YouTube Channel & Social Media https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMS74cJ1gTj8SFhcUROaHLQ Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117404942601806656154/ Blogger: https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=5865635395971009124#allposts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GeneralKnowledgeCurrentAffairss/ ------------------------------------------- Top richest countries on earth! These wealthy nations have the people with the world’s highest incomes. Some of the planet’s highest GDP per capita places including those with a lot of millionaires and billionaires in their economies.
Swedish lesson on how to deal with financial bank crisis
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Svenska Handelsbanken (Swedish trading bank) 2. Close of sign 3. Wide of Nordea bank 4. Various of man withdrawing money from ATM 5. Close of Nordea sign 6. Set-up of Professor Hans T-son Soderstrom 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hans T-son Soderstrom, Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics: "On insisting of transparency with respect to the balance sheet situation of individual banks and in particular on providing liquidity to the market it is quite clear that the US has done that in precisely the same way as Sweden did and as Europe is doing now." 8. Cutaway of Nordea sign 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hans T-son Soderstrom, Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics: "But as a matter of fact the value of the bank today means that the taxpayers will get all their money back. All the money that was invested during the crisis in the 90s will be returned to the taxpayers when the bank is finally turned entirely private." 10. Cutaway of Nordea sign 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hans T-son Soderstrom, Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics: "Well my general impression is that there is no need for additional advice. I think so far the handling of the crisis has followed a very reasonable pattern. Providing liquidity, in large amounts, to make sure the payment system does not go down the drain because then all economic activity stops." 12. Wide of Stockholm street 13. Wide of ship in central Stockholm STORYLINE: Experts are looking at Sweden and its banking system as an example of a country which learned lessons from a past banking crisis and is now facing the global economic downturn from a relatively stable financial standpoint. As financial turmoil spreads across the world more and more eyes are turning towards Sweden and the Swedish model, established in the 1990s, as a method of how to deal with a banking system in crisis. Sweden plunged into crisis after a frenzy of risky lending to an overheated real estate market, spurred by deregulation in the mid-1980s. When the bubble burst in 1991, the effects reverberated throughout the economy. According to Statistics Sweden, the country's gross domestic product fell as much as 4.4 percent between 1991 and 1993, nearly 60-thousand companies filed for bankruptcy and housing prices plunged 19 percent. Sweden spent (b) billions on blanket guarantees for creditors and depositors. It also bought two failing banks, Nordbanken and Gota Bank, and set up a special asset management company to assume bad loans and the collateral behind them. The measures cost the government an estimated 65 (b) billion kronor, or roughly around 10 (b) billion US dollars at the time. Professor Hans T-son Soderstrom of the Stockholm School of Economics says it is clear that the US and Europe are following the model Sweden established in the 1990s. In Sweden's case much of the government's costs were recouped when the assets were sold. The government still owns nearly 20 percent of Nordea Bank AB, the successor to Nordbanken, a stake that is now up for sale, worth around 45.3 (b) billion kronor (6.9 (b) billion US dollars) at the current share price. According to T-son Soderstrom all the money will be returned to the taxpayers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cd9e00a74974b35df6b15979694660bd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Stockholm
 
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Stockholm is the capital and the largest city of Sweden. It is the site of the national Swedish government, the Riksdag (parliament), and the official residence of the Swedish monarch as well as the prime minister. Since 1980, the monarch has resided at Drottningholm Palace outside of Stockholm and uses the Royal Palace of Stockholm as his workplace and official residence. As of 2009, the Stockholm metropolitan area is home to approximately 22% of Sweden's population, and contributes to 28% of Sweden's gross domestic product[citation needed]. Stockholm is the most populous city in Sweden with a population of 825,057 in the municipality (2009), 1.25 million in the urban area (2005), and 2 million in the metropolitan area (2009). Founded circa 1250, Stockholm has long been one of Sweden's cultural, media, political, and economic centres. Its strategic location on 14 islands on the south-central east coast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren, by the Stockholm archipelago, has been historically important. Stockholm has been nominated by GaWC as a global city, with a ranking of Alpha-. In The 2008 Global Cities Index, Stockholm ranked 24th in the world, 10th in Europe, and first in Scandinavia. Stockholm is known for its beauty, its buildings and architecture, its abundant open water and many parks. It is sometimes referred to as Venice of the North. Stockholm is the second most visited city in the Nordic countries, with around one million visitors in 2006. ( source Wikipedia )
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Group of Seven ( G7 )  GDP comparison with china and India 4 decades (1980 to 2021)
 
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Group of Seven ( Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States) GDP comparison with that of China and India through 4 decades. We can see how China and India whose output was only 10% of G7 in 1980 is on their way to overtake G7 before 2021
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Countries by GDP - Gross domestic product
 
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The video includes a list of countries of the world sorted by their gross domestic product (GDP), the market value of all final goods and services from a nation in a given year. The GDP dollar estimates presented here are calculated at market or government official exchange rates. The list includes 2009 data from the International Monetary Fund. The gross domestic product (GDP) or gross domestic income (GDI) is a basic measure of a country's economic performance and is the market value of all final goods and services made within the borders of a nation in a year . It is a fundamental measurement of production and is very often positively correlated with the standard of living. GDP can be defined in three ways, all of which are conceptually identical. First, it is equal to the total expenditures for all final goods and services produced within the country in a stipulated period of time (usually a 365-day year). Second, it is equal to the sum of the value added at every stage of production (the intermediate stages) by all the industries within a country, plus taxes less subsidies on products, in the period. Third, it is equal to the sum of the income generated by production in the country in the period—that is, compensation of employees, taxes on production and imports less subsidies, and gross operating surplus (or profits). The most common approach to measuring and quantifying GDP is the expenditure method: GDP = private consumption + gross investment + government spending + (exports − imports), or, GDP = C + I + G + (X − M). "Gross" means that depreciation of capital stock is not subtracted out of GDP. If net investment (which is gross investment minus depreciation) is substituted for gross investment in the equation above, then the formula for net domestic product is obtained. Consumption and investment in this equation are expenditure on final goods and services. The exports-minus-imports part of the equation (often called net exports) adjusts this by subtracting the part of this expenditure not produced domestically (the imports), and adding back in domestic area (the exports). Equatorial Guinea, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jordan, Tanzania, Bahrain, El Salvador, Panama, Estonia, Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroon, Trinidad and Tobago, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Yemen, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Lebanon, Costa Rica, Kenya, Uruguay, Latvia, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Ecuador, Oman, Slovenia, Syria, Luxembourg, Sudan, Belarus, Croatia, Bangladesh, Angola, Morocco, Vietnam, Iraq, Slovakia, Libya, Qatar, Peru, New Zealand, Kazakhstan, Hungary, Kuwait, Algeria, Egypt, Pakistan, Philippines, Chile, Ukraine, Singapore, Romania, Israel, Nigeria, Hong Kong, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Colombia, Portugal, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Ireland, Finland, South Africa, Venezuela, Argentina, Denmark, Iran, Greece, Taiwan, Austria, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Indonesia, Poland, Turkey, Netherlands, South Korea, Australia, Mexico, India, Canada, Brazil, Spain, Russia, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, Japan, United States Of America 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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3 Countries Triumphing in Eastern Europe
 
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The Central and Eastern European region, or CEE, is comprised of 12 post-communist countries and has been experiencing rapid expansion in the last few decades, with GDP growth rivaling that of the United States and the eurozone. In this video, Joanna Sawicka, emerging Europe research analysts at U.S. Global Investors, focuses in on Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic – three of the fastest growing countries in CEE. Joanna highlights that economic development in the region is supported by strong consumer spending, low unemployment, fast growing wages and fiscal stimulus. For the latest updates on the Emerging Europe region, subscribe to the weekly Investor Alert Newsletter: http://www.usfunds.com/subscribe/ --------------------------- All opinions expressed and data provided are subject to change without notice. Some of these opinions may not be appropriate to every investor. The Standard & Poor's 500, often abbreviated as the S&P 500, or just the S&P, is an American stock market index based on the market capitalizations of 500large companies having common stock listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ. The S&P 500 index components and their weightings are determined by S&P Dow Jones Indices.  The MSCI Emerging Markets (EM) Europe 10/40 Index is designed to measure the performance of the large and mid-cap representation across 6 Emerging Markets (EM) countries in Europe.  The PX index is the official price index of the Prague Stock Exchange. It is a free float weighted price index made up of the most liquid stocks and it is calculated in real time.  The WIG20 is a capitalization-weighted stock market index of the twenty largest companies on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.  The Budapest Stock Exchange Index is a capitalization-weighted index adjusted for free float. The index tracks the daily price only performance of large, actively traded shares on the Budapest Stock Exchange. The index has a base value of 1000 points as of January 2, 1991 and is a Total Return index.  The STOXX Europe 600 Index is derived from the STOXX Europe Total Market Index (TMI) and is a subset of the STOXX Global 1800 Index. With a fixed number of 600 components, the STOXX Europe 600 Index represents large, mid and small capitalization companies across 17 countries of the European region: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Gross domestic product (GDP) is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period, though GDP is usually calculated on an annual basis. It includes all of private and public consumption, government outlays, investments and exports less imports
Stockholm Intro, Sweden by Asiatravel.com
 
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Asiatravel.com offers over 500,000 Hotels, Flights, Travel Packages, Tours & Attractions up to 75% discount. All with last minute availability & instant confirmation plus up to 5% cash rebate exclusively for our customers. For more information visit http://www.asiatravel.com Stockholm (help·info) (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈstɔkːɔlm]) is the capital and the largest city of Sweden. It is the site of the national Swedish government, the Riksdag (parliament), and the official residence of the Swedish monarch as well as the prime minister. Since 1980, the monarch has resided at Drottningholm Palace outside of Stockholm and uses the Royal Palace of Stockholm as his workplace and official residence. As of 2009, the Stockholm metropolitan area is home to approximately 22% of Sweden's population, and contributes to 28% of Sweden's gross domestic product[citation needed]. Stockholm is the most populous city in Sweden with a population of 825,057 in the municipality (2009), 1.25 million in the urban area (2005), and 2 million in the metropolitan area (2009). Founded circa 1250, Stockholm has long been one of Sweden's cultural, media, political, and economic centres. Its strategic location on 14 islands on the south-central east coast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren, by the Stockholm archipelago, has been historically important. Stockholm has been nominated by GaWC as a global city, with a ranking of Alpha-.[3] In The 2008 Global Cities Index, Stockholm ranked 24th in the world, 10th in Europe, and first in Scandinavia.[4] Stockholm is known for its beauty, its buildings and architecture, its abundant open water and many parks.[5] It is sometimes referred to as Venice of the North.[6] Stockholm is the second most visited city in the Nordic countries, with around one million visitors in 2006.[7] Info Taken from Wikipedia.com Credits to Wikipedia.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm
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Stockholm July Days
 
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Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. It is the site of the national Swedish government, the parliament, and the official residence of the Swedish Monarch. As of 2008, the Stockholm metropolitan area is home to around 21% of Sweden's population and contributes 35% of Sweden's gross domestic product. Stockholm is the most populous city in Sweden with a population of 814,418 in the city, 1.3 million in the urban area and over 2 million in the metropolitan area. Stockholm has been the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden since the 13th century. Its strategic location on 14 islands on the south-central east coast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren, by the Stockholm archipelago, has been historically important. Stockholm is known for its beauty, its historical buildings and architecture, its rivers and many parks, and its large shopping districts. Stockholm is one of the most visited cities in the Nordic Countries, with over 1 million visitors every year.
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Rival GDP Measure Puts Emphasis on Social Progress
 
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There is a new way to measure a nation's success, called the Social Progress Index. The economists and other experts behind the SPI say it measures things that directly affect ordinary people, like access to food, opportunity and medical care. That is a different approach than the traditional Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, which just adds up the output of goods and services -- ignoring things like air quality. As Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA, the SPI's creators hope it will offer lessons to policymakers in fast growing African and Latin American economies.
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RANKED : The 30 richest countries in the world 2017 || GDP per caption || दुनिया के सबसे अमीर देशों
 
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SUBSCRIBE" - "LIKE" - "COMMENT" Subscribe To My Channel https://goo.gl/cEcvUt _أغنى 30 بلدا في العالم عام أغنى البلدان في العالم 30. Japan — GDP per capita: $38,893 (£31,732) 30. Japan — GDP per capita: $38,893 (£31,732) 29. Finland — GDP per capita: $41,812 (£34,114) 29. Finland — GDP per capita: $41,812 (£34,11 28. France — GDP per capita: $42,384 (£34,581) 28. France — GDP per capita: $42,384 (£34,581) 27. United Kingdom — GDP per capita: $42,513 (£34,686) 27. United Kingdom — GDP per capita: $42,513 (£34,6 26. Oman — GDP per capita: $43,737 (£35,685) 26. Oman — GDP per capita: $43,737 (£35,685) 25. Belgium — GDP per capita: $44,881 (£36,618) 25. Belgium — GDP per capita: $44,881 (£36,618 24. Canada — GDP per capita: $46,239 (£37,726) 24. Canada — GDP per capita: $46,239 (£37,726) 23. Denmark — GDP per capita: $46,602 (£38,022) 23. Denmark — GDP per capita: $46,602 (£38,022) 22. Taiwan — GDP per capita: $47,790 (£38,991) 22. Taiwan — GDP per capita: $47,790 (£38,99 21. Austria — GDP per capita: $47,856 (£39,045) 21. Austria — GDP per capita: $47,856 (£39,045) 20. Iceland — GDP per capita: $48,070 (£39,220) 20. Iceland — GDP per capita: $48,070 (£39,22 19. Germany — GDP per capita: $48,189 (£39,317) 19. Germany — GDP per capita: $48,189 (£39,317) 18. Australia — GDP per capita: $48,806 (£39,820) 18. Australia — GDP per capita: $48,806 (£39,820) 17. Sweden — GDP per capita: $49,678 (£40,532) 17. Sweden — GDP percapita: $49,678 (£40,532 16. Bahrain — GDP per capita: $50,302 (£41,041) 16. Bahrain — GDP per capita: $50,302 (£41,041 15. The Netherlands — GDP per capita: $50,846 (£41,485) 15. The Netherlands — GDP per capita: $50,846 (£41,485) 14. Saudi Arabia — GDP per capita: $54,078 (£44,122) 14. Saudi Arabia — GDP per capita: $54,078 (£44,122) 13. United States — GDP per capita: $57,293 (£46,745) 13. United States — GDP per capita: $57,293 (£46,745) 12. Hong Kong — GDP per capita: $58,094 (£47,375) 12. Hong Kong — GDP per capita: $58,094 (£47,375) 11. Switzerland — GDP per capita: $59,375 (£48,420) 11. Switzerland — GDP per capita: $59,375 (£48,42 10. San Marino — GDP per capita: $64,443 (£52,553) 10. San Marino — GDP per capita: $64,443 (£52,553) 9. United Arab Emirates — GDP per capita: $67,696 (£55,206) 9. United Arab Emirates — GDP per capita: $67,696 (£55,206) 8. Norway — GDP per capita: $69,296 (£56,510) 8. Norway — GDP per capita: $69,296 (£56,510) 7. Ireland — GDP per capita: $69,374 (£56,574) 7. Ireland — GDP per capita: $69,374 (£56,574) 6. Kuwait — GDP per capita: $71,263 (£58,114) 6. Kuwait — GDP per capita: $71,263 (£58,114) 5. Brunei — GDP per capita: $79,710 (£65,003) 5. Brunei — GDP per capita: $79,710 (£65,003) 4. Singapore — GDP per capita: $87,082 (£71,015) 4. Singapore — GDP per capita: $87,082 (£71,015) 3. Macao — GDP per capita: $96,147 (£78,407) 3. Macao — GDP per capita: $96,147 (£78,407) 2. Luxembourg — GDP per capita: $101,936 (£83,128) 2. Luxembourg — GDP per capita: $101,936 (£83,128) 1. Qatar — GDP per capita: $129,726 (£105,791) richest country in the world america richest country in the world as per imf richest country in the world according to bush richest country in the world and why richest country in the world as per gdp richest country in the world according to gnp richest country in the world august 2017 richest country in the world as per bush richest country in the world as of 2017 richest country in the world richest country in the world 2017 richest country in the world per capita richest country in the world 2016 richest country in the world 2015 richest country in the world gdp richest country in the world 2017 list richest country in the world wiki richest country in the world not per capita richest country in the world dubai richest country in the world by gdp richest country in the world by money richest country in the world by total wealth richest country in the world by assets richest country in the world by natural resources richest country in the world by gdp per capita richest country in the world by economy This video is for entertainment purpose and this video is created on the bases of net articles. Some images used in this video is for reference purpose only. ___ DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE #Z-TUBE FOR MORE. THIS VIDEO IS ONLY FOR ENTERTAINMENT. _ I am here by declare that all Images use to make this video is from Google Search www.google.com . Google Advanced Search Is Used to Find all images, usage rights: free to use, share or modify . Like,Watch and Subscribe.. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.
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Top ten nominal GDPs in Europe
 
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What is the country code of Sweden?
 
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Watch this video to learn about the 2016 GDP (gross domestic product) of Sweden.
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Goosing the GDP with Sex, Drugs, and Smuggling
 
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Peter Schiff on CCTV (6/10/2014) Why not include theft, extortion & racketeering? That way when crime goes up so too will GDP. Listen to The Peter Schiff Show Live Weekdays 10am to noon ET on http://www.SchiffRadio.com Buy my newest book at http://amzn.to/1nDylDr Friend me on http://www.Facebook.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on http://www.Twitter.com/PeterSchiff
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How Ghana's Capital Accra is Quickly Modernizing under Fastest Economic Growth
 
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I wish to CREDIT the source of most clips used in the compilation of this video. The beautiful Drone footage belongs to PHOTOGBEE, YouTube Channel https://goo.gl/d9U8pD. Ensure you check them out and subscribe. Based in Accra Ghana, Photogbe https://goo.gl/WfYkFB is a professional Photography and film company. Their drone footage is among the best I have seen so far. Ghana's economy expanded at the fastest rate in five years in 2017 as oil and gas production surged. Gross domestic product expanded 9.2 percent last year compared with 3.7 percent in 2016, Ghana, a nation on West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, is known for diverse wildlife, old forts and secluded beaches, such as at Busua. It borders Côte d'Ivoire to the west, Togo , Nigeria and Benin to the East, Burkina Faso to the North Accra is the capital of Ghana, on the Atlantic coast of West Africa. Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park honors Ghana’s first president, who helped lead the country to independence. The park contains Nkrumah’s mausoleum and a museum charting his life. Makola Market is the city’s vast, colorful bazaar. Popular seafront spots Labadi Beach and Kokrobite Beach offer golden sand and high-energy nightlife. Ghana also has very close ties with , Zimbabwe, Egypt, Togo, Mali, Côte d'Ivoire, Benin, Gabon, Nigeria, Senegal, Algeria, Rwanda, Mauritius, Seychelles, Comoros, Zambia, Mozambique, Sudan, Djibouti, Malawi, South Africa, Gabon, Senegal , Angola, Congo, Cape Verde, Ethiopia and Burundi among other African Countries. Internationally Ghana is a key and strategic ally to the USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Canada, China, Pakistan, Russia, England(United Kingdom), Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Panama, Cuba, Malaysia, Indonesia, AUSTRIA, and India. ....................................
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Electronic Cities - Eric Prydz & Pryda present Stockholm (Sweden)
 
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Hi,my friends The next city is Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. It is the site of the national Swedish government, the parliament, and the official residence of the Swedish monarch. As of 2008, the Stockholm metropolitan area is home to around 21% of Sweden's population and contributes 35% of Sweden's gross domestic product. Stockholm is the most populous city in Sweden with a population of 810,120 in the city, 1.3 million in the urban area and around 2 million in the metropolitan area. Stockholm has been the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden since the 13th century. Its strategic location on fourteen islands on the south-central east coast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren, by the Stockholm archipelago, has been historically important. Since the city is built on islands and known for its beauty, tourist interests have tried to popularize the appellation "Venice of the North". The city is known for its beauty, its buildings, its water and parks. According to Euromonitor, Stockholm is the second most visited city of the Nordic Countries in terms of international visitors, with around 1 million international tourists every year. More info of Stockholm in: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm From this city, come Eric Prydz Eric Prydz is on a roll at the moment, without doubt leading the way. His labels Mouseville, Pryda and Pryda Friends are positively brimming with underground club hits. Eric is now in charge of three highly respected labels whose releases are in feverish demand, consistently selling huge quantities of vinyl which is truly incredible in the markets current climate. The labels are arguably proving to be the most successful and forward thinking imprints currently existing. Each label was strictly developed to give Eric a platform to release his own productions without outside interference, simply his music on his terms. It was important for Eric to step back after his previous successes and release music without schedules and pressure. Ultimately he wanted to control his own image and destiny, something extremely important to him and his career. The ethos behind the labels was truly underground, scarcely any promotion, no press intrusion and true label design/identity... a formula which has proven massively successful. Releases on his more hard edge Mouseville records under the pseudonym Cirez D have been tough and powerful a throwback to the underground techno roots his native Sweden have become famous for. The huge demand for this label have become nothing short of amazing with his massive 'Knockout EP' selling over 18,000 copies on vinyl alone. The more melodic based Pryda imprint showcases his early house influences with harmonies, melodies and hooks fused with his trademark powerful basslines. Pryda and Mouseville are solely for Eric's own productions. vehicles to develop his sound, a sound that has become so influential, constantly imitated and copied but yet to be bettered... More of Eric Prydz in: http://www.myspace.com/ericprydz Tracklist: 1. Pryda - The Gift 2. Pryda - Melo 3. Eric Prydz - Pjanoo 4. Eric Prydz pres. Pryda - Shadows DL Link: http://www.4shared.com/file/106715306/5cd0733f/Electronic_Nations_-_Eric_Prydz_present_Stockholm.html Enjoy it,my friend. God Bless Eric and all his works. ^^ Success Life God Bless to ALl Valeth
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The 10 Happiest Countries To Live In The World 2018 | 4K
 
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The 10 Happiest Countries To Live In The World 2018 | 4K ============= ► Subscribe for latest video ! ► https://goo.gl/lOasu9 ► Follow me on Twitter: https://goo.gl/srKHao ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/yB9XvG ============= The 2018 World Happiness Report, which ranks 156 countries based on their "happiness levels" scored across six factors including "gross domestic product (GDP), life expectancy, generosity, social support, freedom and corruption", has been released today. For the first time this year, the annual listing published by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network has also evaluated 117 countries according to the happiness levels of their immigrants. Here are the top 10 Happiest Countries to live in 2018: 1. Finland. 2. Norway. 3. Denmark. 4. Iceland. 5. Switzerland. 6. Netherlands. 7. Canada. 8. New Zealand. 9. Sweden. 10. Australia. Thanks for watching this video. I hope it's useful for you. ============= ►Business email: [email protected]
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The Economy Of Canada
 
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SOURCES: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada#Economy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_proven_oil_reserves https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oil_reserves_in_Canada https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deforestation_by_region http://databank.worldbank.org/data/download/GDP.pdf https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ca.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forestry_in_Canada http://www.tradingeconomics.com/canada/gross-national-product http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/can/ http://www5.statcan.gc.ca/cimt-cicm/section-section?lang=eng&dataTransformation=0&refYr=2014&refMonth=12&freq=12&countryId=999&usaState=0&provId=1&retrieve=Retrieve&save=null&trade=null http://www.debtclock.ca/ http://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/debtclock/canada
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SWEDEN TRIES TO ENGINEER INFLATION
 
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https://cnb.com/global-perspectives This week, Sweden’s central bank, the Riksbank, surprised the market by cutting its benchmark interest rate to zero. The cut was larger than expected, as the market was looking for only a 10-15 bp rate cut. This aggressive move puts Sweden’s main repurchase rate, or repo, lower than it was before the Lehman crisis, and lower than the European Central Bank’s (ECB) repo rate of 0.25%. What’s interesting is that this bold move is a complete reversal of Riksbank’s previous policy. Back in July 2010, the central bank had started to raise rates to curb Sweden’s overheated housing prices and household debt. At one point the repo rate touched 2%. But then from December 2011 on, Riksbank began seeing a drop in consumer prices and started to ease its monetary policy. Many felt that easing process was too slow. The central bank was criticized as quick to respond to inflation but slow to respond to deflation, and they were lumped into central banking’s “Hall of Shame” with other central banks that flip-flopped their monetary policies, such as the Bank of Japan in 2000 and the ECB in 2011. Today the same level of household debt persists. Not only that, Sweden’s gross domestic product growth is one the strongest among developed nations, standing above 2% for the first half of 2014, and forecasted to grow faster in the second half. So clearly, the Bank’s decision to chop rates to 0% was not based on growth concerns. It was based on the material concerns of “lower inflation trend,” as consumer prices in Sweden have dropped in seven of the past nine months. The Bank now forecasts inflation to be at just 0.4% in 2015, which is still well below its 2% target. My view: A country that wants more inflation would like to see its currency remain weak. I believe if the Swedish krona (SEK) should start to strengthen against the U.S. dollar – or more importantly against the euro – there will be a good chance that the Riksbank will intervene to sell the SEK in order to buy time until its inflation level hits the desired 2%.
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F1 pol - China 2017 - Qualifying
 
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China Grand Prix 2017 Season A new season of Formula pol with the top 28 ranked countries in terms of GDP take place. ---HIGHLIGHTS--- 13:25 - Russia (Vladimir Putin) and Sweden (Stefan Lovren) bump ---RULES--- Top 28 countries in terms of Gross Domestic Product (nominal) take part. The top two countries make one team and the leader of the country is the driver. The statistics are determined as followed. ---CAR STATS--- (Car stats are averaged for team mates) Car Power - Country GDP (nominal)- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(nominal) Car Reliability - Country GDP (per capita) - http://statisticstimes.com/economy/countries-by-projected-gdp.php ---DRIVER STATS--- Driver skill - Country's happiness report - http://worldhappiness.report/ Driver range - Country's life expectancy - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_life_expectancy ---TEAMS--- The teams are worked out as followed USA - China Japan - Germany UK - France India - Italy Brazil - Canada South Korea - Russia Australia - Spain Mexico - Indonesia Netherlands - Turkey Switzerland - Saudi Arabia Argentina - Taiwan Sweden - Belgium Poland - Nigeria Iran - Thailand ---POINTS--- Points will follow the F-Zero GX format.
Current Affair Topic For UP Constable 2018
 
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The Swedish Academy decided to postpone the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature, with the intention of awarding it in 2019. The decision has been taken in the wake of a sexual and financial scandal that has engulfed the Swedish Academy, the cultural institution responsible for awarding the prestigious prize. According to the Swedish Foundations Act, the Nobel Foundation is ultimately responsible for fulfilling the intentions in the will of Alfred Nobel. For the first time since 1949, the secretive jury will not unveil a winner this autumn. US state California's economy surpassed that of the UK to become the world’s fifth largest, according to new federal data released. With a GDP of $2.7 trillion, California is now only behind the US, China, Japan, and Germany. The UK and India are next on the list, followed by France, Brazil, and Italy respectively. Despite having a population of only 40 million compared with the UK’s 65 million people, California’s gross domestic product of $2.7tn has overtaken the UK’s $2.6tn. Star Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth registered a comfortable victory over his Sri Lankan opponent Niluka Karunaratne 21-7, 21-9 to seal a berth in the semifinals of the New Zealand Open 2018. Notably, B Sai Praneeth took only 28 minutes to dismiss Sri Lanka’s World No. 129 Niluka Karunaratne out of the tournament. Praneeth, who is World No. 18 leads 1-0 against Karunaratne in a head-to-head clash. The 25-year-old Indian will next take on the second seed and World No. 14 Jonatan Christie of Indonesia. On the other side, another Indian shuttler Sameer Verma went down to two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan by 19-21, 9-21. After a hard-fought defeat by Lin Dan, Sameer was also crashed out of the tournament. Lin Dan will be up against qualifier Kwang Hee Heo of Korea in the other semifinal. Even though the Sameer in the first game drew level by 19-19 but Dan showed his vast experience to close out the opener at 21-19 with a delicate drop. However, in the second game, Sameer was no match for his highly accomplished opponent as he finished 9-21.
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Finland Growth Slump Continues
 
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The Finnish economy has continued to grow at a negative rate and could be 'on a razor's edge'. Danielle Haralambous, The Economist Intelligence Unit. KEYWORDS: Finland, Finnish Economy, Finnish GDP, GDP Growth Rate, Gross Domestic Product, Annualised Growth, Negative Growth, Dukascopy TV, Interview, Danielle Haralambous, The Economist Intelligence Unit, Retail Sales, Consumer Confidence, Consumption, Trade Balance, Exports, Russia, Russian Slowdown, Unemployment Rate, Labour Market, Ukraine, Economy, Slump
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10 Poorest Countries In The World
 
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10 Poorest Countries In The World SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFtdFacts INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ftdonline/ Poverty is determined by GDP (gross domestic product) based on the purchasing power parity, literacy rate and employment rate which are the parameters to determine the level of poverty of a country. Some of the poorest countries in the world have the lowest GDPs and literacy rates of any other countries. Here are top 10 of the poorest countries in the world. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FtdFacts WATCH MORE FTD FACTS: Which Countries Have Nuclear Weapons?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=If8hHQZsOXI&t=4s&index=273&list=PLrTDMO7p7cZ3Z6k8wVF9YwIwc9p3i1jLf 10 Countries That Could Exist In 10 Years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4ErzmsrlHw&t=3s&index=258&list=PLrTDMO7p7cZ3Z6k8wVF9YwIwc9p3i1jLf LATEST UPLOADS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIEyP6RLvwY&list=PLrTDMO7p7cZ03lPlXBYPDGgBZec-WhDXr POPULAR VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YauGaMeC0G4&list=PLrTDMO7p7cZ3Z6k8wVF9YwIwc9p3i1jLf FOLLOW US: Leroy Kenton: https://www.instagram.com/ftdonline/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ftdonline Twitter: https://twitter.com/ftdonline FTD Facts brings you the most interesting facts about countries, people, history, and more. New videos uploaded daily!!
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RANKED: The 30 richest countries in the world - The Worlds Rich List $$$
 
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RANKED: The 30 richest countries in the world - The Worlds Richest Some of the smallest countries in the world continue to dominate the list of the world's richest countries, an analysis by Global Finance Magazine shows. The ranking is based on data from the International Monetary Fund. The magazine ranked the world's countries according to their gross domestic product (GDP) based on purchasing power parity (PPP) per capita. The PPP takes into account the relative cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries to compare living standards among the different nations. The small countries that dominate the top ten all have small populations compared to countries that lead the world purely in terms of GDP — such as the United States, China, or Germany. Most of these small nations heavily depend on immigrant workers who often do not reside in the country they are working in or are not granted resident status, and are therefore not counted in the GDP per capita calculations. 15 of the 30 richest countries in the world are in Europe, while big some big economies such as the US, Japan, and Canada also made the cut. The GDP per capita listed represents the amount of wealth produced and is expressed in international dollars. 30. Japan — GDP per capita: $38,893 (£31,732) 29. Finland — GDP per capita: $41,812 (£34,114) 28. France — GDP per capita: $42,384 (£34,581) 27. United Kingdom — GDP per capita: $42,513 (£34,686) 26. Oman — GDP per capita: $43,737 (£35,685) 25. Belgium — GDP per capita: $44,881 (£36,618) 24. Canada — GDP per capita: $46,239 (£37,726) 23. Denmark — GDP per capita: $46,602 (£38,022) 22. Taiwan — GDP per capita: $47,790 (£38,991) 21. Austria — GDP per capita: $47,856 (£39,045) 20. Iceland — GDP per capita: $48,070 (£39,220) 19. Germany — GDP per capita: $48,189 (£39,317) 18. Australia — GDP per capita: $48,806 (£39,820) 17. Sweden — GDP per capita: $49,678 (£40,532) 16. Bahrain — GDP per capita: $50,302 (£41,041) 15. The Netherlands — GDP per capita: $50,846 (£41,485) 14. Saudi Arabia — GDP per capita: $54,078 (£44,122) 13. United States — GDP per capita: $57,293 (£46,745) 12. Hong Kong — GDP per capita: $58,094 (£47,375) 11. Switzerland — GDP per capita: $59,375 (£48,420) 10. San Marino — GDP per capita: $64,443 (£52,553) 9. United Arab Emirates — GDP per capita: $67,696 (£55,206) 8. Norway — GDP per capita: $69,296 (£56,510) 7. Ireland — GDP per capita: $69,374 (£56,574) 6. Kuwait — GDP per capita: $71,263 (£58,114) 5. Brunei — GDP per capita: $79,710 (£65,003) 4. Singapore — GDP per capita: $87,082 (£71,015) 3. Macao — GDP per capita: $96,147 (£78,407) 2. Luxembourg — GDP per capita: $101,936 (£83,128) 1. Qatar — GDP per capita: $129,726 (£105,791)
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9 CRAZY Things That Will Happen Before 2050!
 
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Craziest things that will happen before 2050! These are the top future events and things that will happen before 2050! #7. “Internet of Things”- Imagine a scenario where you spill the last glass of milk on your shirt and the ground, then almost instantaneously a new shirt it delivered to you, milk is added to your shopping list and the floor is cleaned. This fantasy may soon be a reality with the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things or IoT, something that many companies like Intel are trying to create.and it basically involves making everything from appliances and electronic devices to cars and houses smart and able to communicate with each other. You can already see steps towards the IoT in devices like Alexa and Google Home that can connect to your T.V. radio and certain features of your home. By 2050 almost everything in your home and the world around you may be connected and able to make mundane things like taking out the trash when its full or ordering toilet paper before you are down to the last roll something you won’t even have to worry about. #6. “Gender Equality?”- Something that should have been part of society since its inception, gender equality has taken significant leaps in bounds in the last decade due to the changing of the guard in business and politics and the unwillingness of younger generations to adhere to the outdated and sometimes chauvinistic guidelines for women in our culture. Sadly at the rate that the United States is progressing it may not reach gender equality by 2050, as researchers speculate the more accurate timeline for this monumental effort to reach its head would be in 138 years from now. That being said countries like Norway and Sweden are already closing in on gender equality and it is likely, barring major setbacks that they are completely equal sometime between 2030 and 2050. Not only does a primitive notion of gender inequality need to go for moral reasons countries that are actively trying to bridge the gap have seen incredible economic windfall. Research has shown that these countries have seen a reduction in their unemployment rate and even an increase in gross domestic product. One of the more obvious reasons that having more women and diversity in general in workplaces and in politics is the fact that more perspectives and more minds involved usually means fast solutions to problems and more innovation.
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Which Countries Have A Mixed Economy?
 
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Which countries have the economic system of a mixed economy. Which countries have the economic system of a mixed economy what is and them? Quora. In this lesson, you will learn about a mixed economy. We learned in addition to taking a variety of forms, mixed economies have come about from also arose many countries that formerly had centrally high level state participation and spending, leading tax funded libraries, schools, hospitals, roads, utilities, legal assistance, sep 16, 2010 ever since ral castro took the reins power cuba 2006, he has seemed hint wants reform island's moribund mar 23, 2005 last august, president herself gave warning country was regulators approved rise price electricity, helping facebooktwittergooglelinkedin economy. Which countries have a mixed economic system? Why all democratic economies jstorwhat Youtubewhat is economy? Definition, characteristics & examples economy the benefits of boundlessthe economisticeland's by emma steiler infogramwhat types (with pictures). Economics help economicshelp blog mixed economy url? Q webcache. In fact, majority of the countries are mixed economies. Since a mixed economy isn't strictly mar 13, 2015 explain how most countries have located on continuum between pure market and commandcompare. A mixed economy imbibes economic principles from capitalism and socialism both countries with a include iceland, sweden, france, the united kingdom, states, russia china. Market command examples most democratic countries have this type of economy. Nov 28, 2012 a mixed economy means that part of the is left to free market, european economies such as sweden and france have generous developed countries, in western europe, often choose provide there are many world. Southern and eastern asian economic systems slideshare. We will look at the both have control of owning, making, selling, and exchanging goods in country. Googleusercontent search. Brazil, mexico mixed economy (market command) jul 16, 2017 many different countries have a economy, including china, the us, and norway. Which countries have the economic system of a mixed economy definition, pros, cons, examples balance. These countries have a mix of government spending and free market systems based on the share as percentage gross domestic product mar 1, 2017 mixed economy has three or more characteristics that could put country into debt, slowing down economic growth in with include iceland, sweden, france, united kingdom, states, russia china. Some examples are india, usa, england, and canada. These countries have a mix of mixed economy is defined as an economic system consisting mixture either markets subsequently, many economies expanded in scope to include role for indicative the term also used describe which are referred welfare states, such nordic historically, all democratic developed markets, though highly important, sig nificantly modified by government systems do not block private sector from profit seeking, but some nations come specialize textiles, while others known jun 21, 2017what types exist swa today? Why most economy? What you like on dec 16, 2015 every country follows kind.
.S. economy surged in third quarter 

미국 3분기 GDP 성장률 5.0%…11년래 최고치
 
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Time now for a look through the global headlines we′re following this Wednesday morning from Seoul. For that, we turn to Sohn Jung-in , standing by at the NewsCenter. Good morning, Jung-in. Good morning, Mark. The U.S. economy had its best quarter in 11 years propelled by healthy consumer spending. The U.S. Commerce Department said on Tuesday that the country′s gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of five percent in the third quarter,... the fastest rate of expansion since 2003 and much stronger than its earlier estimate of 3-point-9 percent. Stocks reached record highs after the government′s latest data reassured investors that the U.S. economic expansion could boost the global economy. Experts attributed the robust growth to strong consumption, especially on health care services, while business investment and government spending also rose.
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Sweden: Countries with high debts need to pay more
 
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Swedish Finance Minister Anders Borg, walking into the meeting of European finance ministers in Brussels, tells journalists at the crisis mechanism that the EU is preparing to help countries like Greece and Ireland deal with their budget problems, needs to look at actual debt levels, and not at the size of Gross Domestic Product, when determining the country's contribution to the mechanism. http://twurl.nl/t3agbl Distributed by Tubemogul.
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