Thriving Countries In The World Today

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Thriving Countries In The World Today

There are countries in several parts of the world that are already thriving and its citizens are experiencing convenience beyond compare. These places are placed on the list due to their growing economies and the booming industries found in their countries. 


1st page - Costa Rica


This country in Central America has a GDP per capita of about $11,810. Its economy is becoming steady as the country’s agricultural products like bananas, pineapples, coffee, and melons are being in-demand. Costa Rica also has a population of 4.1 million where it houses a lot of environmental destinations that has 25% protected forests and reserves. Bahia Adventures, a Costa Rica Tour Operator, also mentioned on their website that this country has 100 protected areas to tour. 


2nd - Japan


According to Go Banking Rates, a website that makes finding competitive interest rates easier for the average consumer mentioned that Japan is the second-largest population among the wealthiest countries in the world. This might be due to the fact that they are proud of their hardworking Japanese workers who are responsible for making the most technologically advanced companies thrive. 


Japan is also the home for the top companies that produces the best electronic equipment, motor vehicles, ships, and machine tools in the world. Aside from that, this country is also proud of its products like poultry, fish, and agriculture.


3rd - United Kingdom


This country is popular for being harboring the longest-reigning monarch in the world. Aside from that, it also has a very diverse industrial economy that includes machinery, electronic power equipment, railroad industry, electronics and communications equipment, metals, and chemicals industry. 


The United Kingdom is also experiencing its economic growth as its manufacturing sector grew by 2.5% after having two flat years. The construction sector, on the other hand, grew by 7.1% according to a report by Investopedia, an American website that provides articles about investment and finance education. Due to its rich history, the country’s tourism is also a growing sector. This proud nation continues to improve its infrastructures by preserving its history through its statues and monuments.


4th - France


This country has a GDP per capita of $40,045. France, which is only just across the English channel, is proud of its wine and tourism industries. The wealthy country is proud of its other industries such as machinery, chemicals, automobiles, aircraft, and food processing. A lot of tourists wish to visit here due to its magnificent views and good food. 


5th - New Zealand


Famous for its sheep, beef, and wine products, the country has a GDP per capita of $41,350. This is due to the rich industry that mostly relies on forestry, fishing, manufacturing, and mining. MSN Money, a website powered by Microsoft News, also reported that this country ranked seventh among the most popular migrating destination for rich migrants. 


According to the statistics from New World Wealth, released in 2019 Global Wealth Migration Review, it mentioned that the migrants in this country are mostly millionaires, multi-millionaires, and billionaires. The statistics noted that this is due to press freedom, women’s safety, and economic expansion that the country is currently experiencing.


6th - Qatar


Another country that has a successful monarchy is Qatar. It has a GDP per capita of $62,826 which made it the 6th spot of the wealthiest country in the world. This country is known for being one of the main producers of oil and natural gas. It also gains its profits from the growing cement industry, commercial ship repair, and fertilizer industries. 


7th - Iceland


Since 2010, the country experienced growth in its tourism industry. Go Banking Rates mentioned that it has annual visitor numbers that registered in the double digits every year since. Aside from that, this country also gains its profit by improving its traditional industries such as fisheries, geothermal and hydropower, and aluminum smelting. 


8th - Luxembourg


This country has the largest GDP per capita of $105,712 due to its growing banking and financial industry. Its wealth also happened due to the diversified economy of the constitutional monarchy. It also has a rich construction and real estate economy. 


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