With a private wealth of $24.69 trillion, India will emerge as the fourth richest nation in the world, overtaking the United Kingdom and Germany, according to AfrAsia Bank Global Wealth Migration Review 2018.
The United States is currently the richest nation in the world, followed by China, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, India, France, Canada, Australia, and Italy among the top ten.
Over 10 years, the United States will continue to lead the world, followed by China, Japan, India, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Canada, France, and Italy.
The 10 richest countries in the world by total wealth held, 2017
- United States: $62.584 trillion
- China: $24.803 trillion
- Japan: $19.522 trillion
- United Kingdom: $9.919 trillion
- Germany: $9.660 trillion
- India: $8.230 trillion
- France: $6.649 trillion
- Canada: $6.393 trillion
- Australia: $6.142 trillion
- Italy: $4.276 trillion
The 10 richest countries in the world by total wealth held, 2027
- United States: $75.101 trillion
- China: $69.449 trillion
- Japan: $25.378 trillion
- India: $24.691 trillion
- United Kingdom: $10.911 trillion
- Germany: $10.626 trillion
- Australia: $10.442 trillion
- Canada: $8.311 trillion
- France: $7.314 trillion
- Italy: $4.704 trillion
Note: Total wealth refers to the private wealth held by all the individuals living in each country. It includes all their assets (property, cash, equities, business interests) less any liabilities – excluded government funds from our figures.
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