Top 10 countries by per capita GDP:

1. Luxembourg: 104,103/-
2. Switzerland: 80,189/-
3. Norway: 75,504/-
4. Iceland: 70,056/-
5. Ireland: 69,330/-
6. Qatar: 63,505/-
7. USA: 59,531/-
8. Singapore: 57,714/-
9. Denmark: 56,307/-
10. Australia: 53,799/-

Top 10 economies as per per capita GDP, rankings:

7. USA: 59,531/-
72. China: 8643/-
23. Japan: 38,448/-
17. Germany: 44,769/-
22. UK: 39,800/-
140. India: 1939/-
21. France: 39932/-
25. Italy: 31,996/-.
67. Brazil: 9,895/-
72. Canada: 8643/-.
64. World: 10,728/-.

The above data shows that the 10 largest economies in the world are not necessarily the most equitable in terms of the distribution of wealth.
The top 10 countries by per capita GDP provide a much better standard of living to its citizens than the 10 largest economies of the world.
Also note where India stands in the list of countries according to per capita GDP. This indicates concentration of wealth in the hands of very few people. China does not score very well on this list either. Both India and China have per capita GDP, lower than the world average.

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