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Two Gulf countries Qatar and the UAE feature on the list of the world's top 10 wealthiest nations. The reasons for their inclusion are obvious the countries have massive oil and gas wealth, along with disproportionately smaller populations.
Not surprisingly, several Scandinavian countries also make it to the list.
The list is compiled using gross domestic product (GDP) per capita at current prices in US dollars. All the data is taken from IMF's April 2013 World Economic Outlook Database. Other sources: CIA World Factbook.
Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed tops the 2015 of the top 100 richest Arabs in the world as compiled by Forbes Middle East.
Canada was ranked as the world's best medical tourism destination worldwide in 2014, according to a new index.
Japanese capital Tokyo ranks first worldwide, with a population of 37.2 million.
Harvard tops the list, with employers scrambling to hire graduates from its MBA programme.