Top 10 African countries with the highest gross national income per capita

[GNI = GDP + Money flowing from overseas – Money flowing to foreign countries]

Top 10 African countries with the highest GNI per capita according to the latest World Bank report on gross national income per capita

Countries use a variety of measures to assess their wealth. Below, we outline the top 10 African countries based on the total income earned by a nation’s people and businesses, including economic aid and investment income, regardless of where they are located. have won.

In 2021, the GNI per capita of Seychelles was $28,050. Seychelles’ GNI per capita has increased from $12,810 in 2002 to $28,050 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 4.32%.

In 2021, the GNI per capita of Mauritius was $25,530. GNI per capita in Mauritius has increased from $9,720 in 2002 to $25,530 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 5.39%.

In 2021, Libya’s GNI per capita was $23,550. Although Libya’s GNI per capita has fluctuated considerably in recent years, it tended to decrease from 2002 to 2021, ending at $23,550 in 2021.

In 2021, Botswana’s GNI per capita was $16,650. Botswana’s GNI per capita has increased from $7,800 in 2002 to $16,650 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 4.26%.

In 2021, Gabon’s GNI per capita was $14,560. Although Gabon’s GNI per capita has fluctuated considerably in recent years, it has tended to increase from 2002 to 2021, ending at $14,560 in 2021.

In 2021, South Africa‘s GNI per capita was $14,140. South Africa’s GNI per capita has grown from $8,950 in 2002 to $14,140 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 2.49%.

Equatorial Guinea – $13,520

In 2021, Equatorial Guinea’s GNI per capita was $13,520. Although Equatorial Guinea’s GNI per capita has fluctuated considerably in recent years, it has tended to increase from 2002 to 2021, ending at $13,520 in 2021.

In 2021, the GNI per capita for Egypt was $12,910. Egypt’s GNI per capita grew from $6,140 in 2002 to $12,910 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 4.07%.

In 2021, the GNI per capita for Algeria was $11,750. Algeria’s GNI per capita rose from $8,920 in 2002 to $11,750 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 1.55%.

In 2021, Tunisia’s GNI per capita was $11,270. Tunisia’s GNI per capita rose from $6,510 in 2002 to $11,270 in 2021, growing at an average annual rate of 3.01%.