Net Mean Wealth Per Person in 2013

2013 Net mean wealth per person in the 34 OECD countries

The Net Mean Wealth is measured as the value of a persons gross wealth less any debts.

This can be looked as the value of any Property, Houses etc, Bank Balances etc, less any Loans and Mortgages.

These values in 2013 when looked at from the OECD countries, was ranked in US$, as:

  1. $379,550 – Switzerland
  2. $302,086 –  Australia
  3. $257,330 –  France
  4. $256,737 –  Norway
  5. $244,329 –  United States
  6. $233,346 –  Sweden
  7. $230,831 –  Luxembourg
  8. $221,722 –  Belgium
  9. $216,035 –  Italy
  10. $194,025 –  United Kingdom
  11. $188,883 –  Canada
  12. $181,655 –  Japan
  13. $171,205 –  Austria
  14. $161,413 –  Germany
  15. $139,286 –  Denmark
  16. $133,229 –  New Zealand
  17. $129,760 –  Finland
  18. $112,305 –  Ireland
  19. $ 96,586 –  Netherlands
  20. $ 92,469 –  Spain
  21. $ 83,769 –  Greece
  22. $ 64,080 –  Portugal
  23. $ 54,117 –  Slovenia
  24. $ 52,246 –  South Korea
  25. $ 48,584 –  Iceland
  26. $ 40,903 –  Chile
  27. $ 36,579 –  Czech Republic
  28. $ 34,354 –  Mexico
  29. $ 23,879 –  Turkey
  30. $ 22,862 –  Hungary
  31. $ 22,788 –  Estonia
  32. $ 20,124 –  Poland
  33. $ 20,097 –  Slovakia

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