The country with the highest GSP per capita is the United States, at $7,085.
That’s more than three times the OECD average.
The top five is New Zealand ($7,079), Hong Kong ($7 and $7.8), Singapore ($6,739), Singapore, the Netherlands ($6.7), and Germany ($6).
The United Kingdom comes in at No. 6 with a GSP of $5,058.
In fact, the UK has the lowest GDP per capita in the world, at 1.7 times that of the United Kingdom.