Switzerland and Norway are the most expensive economies.

The World Bank has ranked Switzerland and Norway as the world's most expensive economies, with Bermuda, Australia and Denmark ranked just behind. Egypt, Pakistan, Myanmar, Ethiopia and Laos have the lowest prices on the ranking. The U.S. is ranked 25th. The richest countries, measure by GDP per capita were Qatar, Macao, Luxembourg, Kuwait, and Brunei. The poorest include Malawi, Mozambique and Liberia.

Brien Donnellon is the owner of KEY INVESTMENT, a financial services company providing unbiased financial advice and...

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