Ukraine takes 123rd place among 140 countries by level of the personal wealth of the citizens. As at the half of 2018, this rate made $1,563 for each adult citizen as it is stated in the Global Wealth Report of Credit Suisse.
Ukraine succeeded to outrun Tadzhikistan ($1,364), Zambia ($1,197), Syria ($1,190) and Mali ($1,094). However, it was left begin by Nepal ($1,094), Cameroon ($1,094), Bangladesh ($1,094) and Lesotho ($1,094).
The richest country of the world is Switzerland with the rate more than $530,000 per person. Australia took the second place with $411,000 and the U.S. is on the third place with $404,000. Belgium, Norway, New Zealand, Canada, Denmark, Singapore and France make TOP-10.
The poorest countries are Democratic Republic of Congo ($331), Ethiopia ($167) and Malawi ($141).
Credit Suisse takes into account the financial (bank deposits) and non-financial assets (real estate) to define the level of the population's wealth.
As a country, Ukraine takes the 80th place in the world. Out total wealth is about $55 billion. The U.S. is at the first place ($98, 154 trillion), China is the second ($57, 876 trillion), then there are Japan ($23,884 trillion), Germany ($14,499 trillion), the U.K. ($14,209 trillion), France ($13, 883 trillion), Italy ($10,569 trillion), Canada ($8,139 trillion) and Australia ($7,577 trillion).
The analytics counted 135 rich people in Ukraine whose wealth exceeds $50 million. Thus Ukraine occupies the 53rd place.
The majority of rich people live in the U.S. (70,540), China (16,511), Germany (6,323), Japan (3,576), India (3,339), Italy (3,217) and France (3,036).
Earlier Ukraine occupied the 134th place out of 152 in the rating of countries by the economic freedom index. According to the research, Ukraine moved up in the rating from 149th to 134th place during one year.
Also, Ukraine ranked 88th in the global rating of the quality of life for 2017. The index determining the place of the country in the rating was made considering such indicators as life expectancy, level of education, and incomes. Ukraine was rated at 0.751 points (with a maximum of 1) and took 88th place out of 189 countries.