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The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

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01. Qatar

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

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GDP (PPP) per capita: $ 88,919 (2011)
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02. Kuwait

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $54,654 (2011)
(AFP PHOTO/Roberto SCHMIDT)

03. Brunei

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The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $50,506 (2010)
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04. United Arab Emirates

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $48,222 (2011)
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05. Oman

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The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $28,880 (2011)
(AFP PHOTO/ MOHAMMED MAHJOUB)

06. Saudi Arabia

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $24,434 (2011)
(AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ)

07. Bahrain

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The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $23, 690 (2011)
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08. Turkey

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $16,885 (2011)
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09. Libya

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $16,855 (2009)
(Note: The figures are before the popular uprising in the country)
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10. Malaysia

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $15,589 (2011)
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11. Lebanon

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita:$14,709 (2011)
(AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID)

12. Kazakhstan

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita:$13,189 (2011)
(AFP PHOTO / VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO)

13. Iran

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $11,479 (2009)
AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI

14. Azerbaijan

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $10,136 (2011)
(AFP PHOTO / VANO SHLAMOV)

15. Tunisia

The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries

GDP (PPP) per capita: $9,415 (2011)
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The Worlds 15 Richest Muslim Countries


Note: The list is based on gross domestic product at purchasing power parity per capita, the value of all final goods and services produced within a country in a given year divided by the average (or mid-year) population for the same year. Data refer mostly to the year 2011. World Development Indicators database, World Bank.] (Photo: REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal)



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