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The IMF’s list of the world’s poorest countries continues; Including Pakistan

The poorest country in South Asia is Nepal, Pakistan at 52nd, Bangladesh at 62nd, and India at 63rd.
Luxembourg ranks first among the richest countries in the world with a staggering GDP per capita of $145,834. It is followed by Ireland, Singapore and Qatar

Dawn Commerce Reporter
London: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) in its report continues the list of the poorest countries in the world, in which South Sudan ranks first with a GDP per capita of $492.72. The second number is Burundi, whose per capita GDP is 936.42 dollars. Nepal is number 40 on the list of the poorest countries. Thus Nepal is the poorest country in South Asia. Along with this, Pakistan’s number is 52nd while Bangladesh is 62nd and India is 63rd. The third and fourth African countries are the Central African Republic and the People’s Republic of Congo. Mozambique ranks fifth followed by Malawi, Niger, Chad, Liberia, and Madagascar respectively.
In contrast, Luxembourg ranks first among the richest countries in the world with a staggering GDP per capita of $145,834. It is followed by Ireland, Singapore, and Qatar.

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