Is Malaysia bigger than Korea?
Malaysia is about 3.3 times bigger than South Korea.
South Korea is approximately 99,720 sq km, while Malaysia is approximately 329,847 sq km, making Malaysia 231% larger than South Korea. Meanwhile, the population of South Korea is ~51.8 million people (19.2 million fewer people live in Malaysia).
Is Malaysia a rich nation?
The economy of Malaysia is the fourth largest in Southeast Asia according to the International Monetary Fund 2020. It is also the 36th largest economy in the world.
Is South Korea richer than Japan?
China tops the list with a GDP of $14.86 trillion. … China is followed by Japan with $4.91 trillion, India with $2.29 trillion, and South Korea with $1.59 trillion. Below are the ten richest Asian countries in terms of GDP, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Is Malaysia bigger than North Korea?
Malaysia is about 2.7 times bigger than North Korea.
North Korea is approximately 120,538 sq km, while Malaysia is approximately 329,847 sq km, making Malaysia 174% larger than North Korea.
Is Philippines richer than Malaysia?
Malaysia has a GDP per capita of $29,100 as of 2017, while in Philippines, the GDP per capita is $8,400 as of 2017.
Is Japan bigger than Malaysia?
Malaysia is approximately 329,847 sq km, while Japan is approximately 377,915 sq km, making Japan 15% larger than Malaysia. Meanwhile, the population of Malaysia is ~32.7 million people (92.9 million more people live in Japan).
Is Malaysia richer than China?
China has a GDP per capita of $18,200 as of 2018, while in Malaysia, the GDP per capita is $29,100 as of 2017.
What is the poorest country in Asia?
Top 13 poorest countries in Asia (World Bank, by 2020 GDP per capita, current US$)*
- Afghanistan ($508.80)
- North Korea ($642.00 [estimated])
- Yemen ($824.12)
- Tajikstan ($859.13)
- Syria ($870.00 [estimated])
- Nepal ($1155.14)
- Kyrgyzstan ($1173.61)
- Pakistan ($1193.73)
Is China richer than USA?
National wealth can fluctuate, as evidenced in the United States after the Great Recession and subsequent economic recovery.
Total wealth by selected regions and countries.
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