1961 Ranking
    1. Gabon 14.32
    2. Panama 13.25
    3. Trinidad and Tobago 12.04
    4. Japan 11.98
    5. Spain 11.87
    6. Togo 11.37
    7. Greece 11.32
    8. Brazil 10.28
    9. Malaysia 9.28
    10. Singapore 8.21
    11. Italy 8.15
    12. Congo (Brazzaville) 8.13
    13. Peru 7.83
    14. Finland 7.54
    15. Nicaragua 7.21
    16. South Korea 7.20
    17. Philippines 6.40
    18. Norway 6.30
    19. Luxembourg 6.25
    20. Sweden 5.64
    21. Austria 5.53
    22. Indonesia 5.52
    23. Argentina 5.48
    24. France 5.44
    25. Portugal 5.42
    26. Chile 5.41
    27. Thailand 5.38
    28. Colombia 5.19
    29. Mexico 5.15
    30. Belgium 4.70
    31. Guatemala 4.16
    32. Fiji 3.66
    33. India 3.60
    34. South Africa 3.59
    35. Benin 3.15
    36. Canada 2.95
    37. Uruguay 2.61
    38. Australia 2.59
    39. Madagascar 2.11
    40. Ecuador 1.27
    41. Chad 0.95
    42. Iceland -0.01
    43. Netherlands -0.25
    44. Sudan -0.56
    45. Honduras -0.75
    46. Costa Rica -1.11
    47. Somalia -3.26
    48. Dominican Republic -3.64
    49. Kenya -7.38
    50. Congo (Kinshasa) -11.18
    51. Algeria -11.37
    2016 Ranking
    1. Iceland 10.41
    2. Ireland 9.44
    3. Ivory Coast 8.88
    4. Ethiopia 7.63
    5. Uzbekistan 7.57
    6. Bhutan 7.34
    7. Laos 7.14
    8. Tanzania 7.05
    9. India 7.02
    10. Cambodia 6.85
    11. Togo 6.74
    12. Burkina Faso 6.62
    13. Philippines 6.57
    14. Bangladesh 6.44
    15. Dominican Republic 6.23
    16. Pakistan 6.03
    17. Kenya 5.96
    18. Senegal 5.89
    19. Bolivia 5.81
    20. Rwanda 5.78
    21. Vietnam 5.18
    22. Indonesia 4.89
    23. Mali 4.88
    24. Cameroon 4.82
    25. Nicaragua 4.71
    26. Bulgaria 4.61
    27. Uganda 4.55
    28. Sudan 4.39
    29. Benin 4.38
    30. Egypt 4.37
    31. Panama 4.31
    32. Malaysia 4.20
    33. Central African Republic 4.18
    34. Paraguay 4.17
    35. Israel 4.15
    36. Romania 4.15
    37. Antigua and Barbuda 4.14
    38. Algeria 4.07
    39. Sri Lanka 4.06
    40. Albania 4.00
    41. Peru 3.82
    42. Gabon 3.76
    43. Madagascar 3.70
    44. Guinea 3.69
    45. Hong Kong 3.59
    46. Honduras 3.42
    47. Singapore 3.40
    48. Spain 3.39
    49. Moldova 3.39
    50. Thailand 3.38
    51. Costa Rica 3.38
    52. Czech Republic 3.29
    53. Ghana 3.27
    54. Sweden 3.25
    55. Slovenia 3.23
    56. Kosovo 3.17
    57. Malta 3.16
    58. United Arab Emirates 3.15
    59. Guatemala 3.03
    60. Turkey 2.94
    61. Mozambique 2.94
    62. Australia 2.79
    63. Hungary 2.74
    64. Malawi 2.71
    65. South Korea 2.65
    66. West Bank and Gaza 2.60
    67. Poland 2.60
    68. Slovakia 2.56
    69. Ukraine 2.55
    70. Lithuania 2.52
    71. Latvia 2.44
    72. Mexico 2.37
    73. Jordan 2.35
    74. Portugal 2.24
    75. Estonia 2.14
    76. Colombia 2.14
    77. Gambia 2.11
    78. United Kingdom 2.00
    79. Lebanon 1.95
    80. El Salvador 1.94
    81. Austria 1.86
    82. Serbia 1.86
    83. Uruguay 1.81
    84. France 1.80
    85. Haiti 1.64
    86. Canada 1.63
    87. Italy 1.62
    88. Saudi Arabia 1.61
    89. Congo (Kinshasa) 1.54
    90. Mongolia 1.45
    91. Chile 1.38
    92. Finland 1.37
    93. Netherlands 1.36
    94. Germany 1.35
    95. Montenegro 1.32
    96. Norway 1.25
    97. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 1.22
    98. Morocco 1.20
    99. Nepal 0.96
    100. Dominica 0.91
    101. Jamaica 0.67
    102. Denmark 0.64
    103. Zimbabwe 0.62
    104. Croatia 0.40
    105. Belgium 0.33
    106. Greece 0.10
    107. Bahamas 0.01
    108. South Africa -0.03
    109. Russia -0.10
    110. Georgia -0.27
    111. Cyprus -0.48
    112. Belize -0.79
    113. Burundi -1.05
    114. Liberia -1.41
    115. Armenia -1.59
    116. Ecuador -1.67
    117. Argentina -2.72
    118. Brazil -3.53
    119. Sierra Leone -3.70
    120. Trinidad and Tobago -5.10
    121. Chad -6.00
    122. Congo (Brazzaville) -7.35
    123. Suriname -13.32
    124. Luxembourg -26.86

    PPP GNI (formerly PPP GNP) is gross national income converted to international dollars using purchasing power parity rates. An international dollar has the same purchasing power over GNI as a U.S. dollar has in the United States. Gross national income (GNI) is the sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in the valuation of output plus net receipts of primary income (compensation of employees and property income) from abroad. Data are in current international dollars. Data from 1980 – 2009.

    Source: World Bank