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Richest Countries In The World 2019

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We bring to you the richest countries in the world 2019

Qatar is the richest country in the world 2019

By looking at the GDP per capita, or gross domestic product per capita, of each country around the globe, it is possible to rank the richest countries in the world 2019 based on wealth and then compare them to each other.

According to Global finance Magazine, these are the richest countries in the world 2019.

Gross domestic product (GDP) based on purchasing-power-parity (PPP) per capita.

Values are expressed in current international dollars, to the nearest whole dollar, reflecting a single year’s (2018) currency exchange rates and PPP adjustments.​


Rank

Country

GDP-PPP ($)

1 Qatar 134,623
2 Macao SAR 122,201
3 Luxembourg 108,813
4 Singapore 103,717
5 Brunei Darussalam 83,777
6 Ireland 82,439
7 Norway 76,738
8 United Arab Emirates 70,474
9 Kuwait 67,969
10 Hong Kong SAR 66,517
11 Switzerland 65,707
12 United States 64,767
13 San Marino 61,552
14 Netherlands 58,255
15 Saudi Arabia 56,817
16 Iceland 56,530
17 Taiwan Province of China 55,244
18 Sweden 54,071
19 Germany 53,854
20 Austria 53,716
21 Australia 53,559
22 Denmark 53,552
23 Bahrain 50,868
24 Canada 50,626
25 Belgium 49,480
26 Malta 48,246
27 Finland 48,006
28 France 46,978
29 United Kingdom 46,782
30 Oman 46,476
31 Japan 45,565
32 South Korea 42,985
33 Cyprus 41,836
34 Spain 41,538
35 New Zealand 41,179
36 Puerto Rico 40,796
37 Italy 40,206
38 Aruba 40,160
39 Israel 39,160
40 Czech Republic 39,088
41 Slovenia 38,634
42 Slovak Republic 37,021
43 Lithuania 36,997
44 Estonia 35,718
45 The Bahamas 34,421
46 Poland 33,747
47 Hungary 33,708
48 Portugal 33,166
49 Trinidad and Tobago 32,684
50 Malaysia 32,455
51 Seychelles 31,809
52 Latvia 31,491
53 St. Kitts and Nevis 31,095
54 Greece 30,506
55 Russia 30,284
56 Antigua and Barbuda 29,298
57 Kazakhstan 28,515
58 Romania 27,753
59 Croatia 27,580
60 Turkey 27,391
61 Panama 27,305
62 Chile 27,059
63 Mauritius 25,029
64 Bulgaria 24,485
65 Uruguay 24,052
66 Maldives 23,154
67 Equatorial Guinea 21,441
68 Mexico 21,107
69 Belarus 20,820
70 Thailand 20,474
71 Argentina 20,425
72 Turkmenistan 20,409
73 Montenegro 19,908
74 China 19,520
75 Dominican Republic 19,516
76 Gabon 19,159
77 Barbados 18,798
78 Azerbaijan 18,794
79 Botswana 18,654
80 Serbia 18,567
81 Islamic Republic of Iran 18,505
82 Costa Rica 18,183
83 Iraq 18,008
84 Grenada 17,071
85 Brazil 16,662
86 North Macedonia 16,455
87 Algeria 15,765
88 Colombia 15,576
89 Suriname 15,526
90 Palau 15,369
91 Lebanon 15,208
92 St. Lucia 15,000
93 Peru 14,892
94 Mongolia 14,270
95 Bosnia and Herzegovina 14,164
96 Albania 14,102
97 Egypt 14,028
98 Indonesia 14,019
99 Sri Lanka 13,954
100 Paraguay 13,913
101 South Africa 13,865
102 Tunisia 12,801
103 Nauru 12,433
104 St. Vincent and the Grenadines 12,431
105 Georgia 12,282
106 Kosovo 12,154
107 Libya 12,051
108 Ecuador 11,700
109 Namibia 11,369
110 Eswatini 11,089
111 Dominica 10,866
112 Armenia 10,828
113 Fiji 10,710
114 Bhutan 10,015
115 Ukraine 9,743
116 Jamaica 9,729
117 Jordan 9,651
118 Philippines 9,494
119 Morocco 9,284
120 Guyana 8,974
121 Guatemala 8,709
122 Belize 8,642
123 Lao P.D.R. 8,485
124 India 8,484
125 El Salvador 8,313
126 Uzbekistan 8,065
127 Vietnam 8,063
128 Bolivia 7,790
129 Cabo Verde 7,727
130 Moldova 7,700
131 Republic of Congo 7,119
132 Myanmar 7,029
133 Ghana 6,998
134 Angola 6,763
135 Tonga 6,496
136 Samoa 6,135
137 Nigeria 6,098
138 Pakistan 5,839
139 Timor-Leste 5,561
140 Nicaragua 5,433
141 Honduras 5,390
142 Bangladesh 4,993
143 Cambodia 4,643
144 Còte d’Ivoire 4,454
145 Tuvalu 4,275
146 Mauritania 4,201
147 Zambia 4,177
148 Sudan 4,089
149 Djibouti 3,999
150 Kyrgyz Republic 3,979
151 Cameroon 3,965
152 Kenya 3,863
153 Senegal 3,864
154 Papua New Guinea 3,789
155 Marshall Islands 3,788
156 Micronesia 3,584
157 Tajikistan 3,578
158 Tanzania 3,573
159 Lesotho 3,564
160 Sao Tomè and Prìncipe 3,441
161 Nepal 3,115
162 Vanuatu 2,932
163 The Gambia 2,903
164 Uganda 2,622
165 Zimbabwe 2,620
166 Benin 2,562
167 Ethiopia 2,517
168 Chad 2,505
169 Mali 2,474
170 Rwanda 2,444
171 Guinea 2,429
172 Yemen 2,404
173 Solomon Islands 2,297
174 Kiribati 2,134
175 Burkina Faso 2,096
176 Afghanistan 2,086
177 Guinea-Bissau 2,025
178 Haiti 1,903
179 Togo 1,820
180 Eritrea 1,718
181 Sierra Leone 1,701
182 Madagascar 1,698
183 Comoros 1,662
184 South Sudan 1,613
185 Liberia 1,413
186 Mozambique 1,331
187 Niger 1,280
188 Malawi 1,234
189 Democratic Republic of the Congo 791
190 Central African Republic 746
191 Burundi 727

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Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.

Tesla was founded in 2003 by a group of engineers who wanted to prove that people didn’t need to compromise to drive electric – that electric vehicles can be better, quicker and more fun to drive than gasoline cars. Today, Tesla builds not only all-electric vehicles but also infinitely scalable clean energy generation and storage products. Tesla believes the faster the world stops relying on fossil fuels and moves towards a zero-emission future, the better.

Launched in 2008, the Roadster unveiled Tesla’s cutting-edge battery technology and electric powertrain. From there, Tesla designed the world’s first ever premium all-electric sedan from the ground up – Model S – which has become the best car in its class in every category.

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Combining safety, performance, and efficiency, Model S has reset the world’s expectations for the car of the 21st century with the longest range of any electric vehicle, over-the-air software updates that make it better over time, and a record 0-60 mph acceleration time of 2.28 seconds as measured by Motor Trend. In 2015, Tesla expanded its product line with Model X, the safest, quickest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history that holds 5-star safety ratings across every category from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Completing CEO Elon Musk’s “Secret Master Plan,” in 2016, Tesla introduced Model 3, a low-priced, high-volume electric vehicle that began production in 2017. Soon after, Tesla unveiled the safest, most comfortable truck ever – Tesla Semi – which is designed to save owners at least $200,000 over a million miles based on fuel costs alone. In 2019, Tesla unveiled Model Y, a mid-size SUV, with seating for up to seven, and Cybertruck, which will have better utility than a traditional truck and more performance than a sports car.

Tesla vehicles are produced at its factory in Fremont, California, and Gigafactory Shanghai. To achieve our goal of having the safest factories in the world, Tesla is taking a proactive approach to safety, requiring production employees to participate in a multi-day training program before ever setting foot on the factory floor. From there, Tesla continues to provide on-the-job training and track performance daily so that improvements can be made quickly. The result is that Tesla’s safety rate continues to improve while production ramps.

To create an entire sustainable energy ecosystem, Tesla also manufactures a unique set of energy solutions, PowerwallPowerpack and Solar Roof, enabling homeowners, businesses, and utilities to manage renewable energy generation, storage, and consumption. Supporting Tesla’s automotive and energy products is Gigafactory 1 – a facility designed to significantly reduce battery cell costs. By bringing cell production in-house, Tesla manufactures batteries at the volumes required to meet production goals, while creating thousands of jobs.

And this is just the beginning. With Tesla building its most affordable car yet, Tesla continues to make products accessible and affordable to more and more people, ultimately accelerating the advent of clean transport and clean energy production. Electric cars, batteries, and renewable energy generation and storage already exist independently, but when combined, they become even more powerful – that’s the future we want.

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Life under coronavirus means staying home as much as possible — but you’ll likely need to make a trip to the grocery store or pharmacy at some point.

With the help of physicians and infectious disease experts, we built a tip sheet to make sure you don’t bring the virus back with you.

Note: Recommendations for COVID-19 may change as officials learn more, so monitor your local health department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for updates.

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Make a game plan

  • Designate one person to be your errand-runner to limit your outside exposures
  • Set up a disinfecting station — an area outside your home or in a room with low foot traffic where you can disinfect packaged food

When you’re out

  • Avoid coming within less than six feet of others
  • Wipe handles on carts or baskets while shopping
  • Some states mandate you wear a mask when you go into a business. Also, wash your hands frequently while you’re out and avoid touching your face

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When you get back

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds
  • Disinfect takeout boxes and packaged foods at your disinfecting station
  • Thoroughly wash produce before putting it in your kitchen

Disinfect

  • Disinfect everything you touch — doorknobs, light switches, keys, phone, keyboards, remotes, etc.
  • Use EPA-approved disinfectants (these include Clorox Disinfecting Wipes and certain Lysol sprays) and leave surfaces wet for 3-5 minutes

Delivery

  • Ask workers to drop deliveries off on your doorstep or in an area of your complex
  • If they need you to come to the door, keep six feet of distance
  • Pay and tip online when possible
  • After you pick up mail from your mailbox, wash your hands

Laundry

  • Wash clothes, towels and linens regularly on the warmest setting
  • Disinfect your laundry hamper, too, or place a removable liner inside it
  • Don’t shake dirty laundry to avoid dispersing the virus in the air

Guests

  • You shouldn’t allow guests over right now
  • If you need to house a family member or friend, avoid shared living spaces as much as you can
  • If they need to enter shared living spaces, ask them to keep six feet of distance

If someone in your house gets sick

  • First, consult your doctor
  • Isolate them in another room and ask them to use a separate restroom
  • Disinfect frequently touched surfaces every day
  • Avoid sharing items with them
  • Wear gloves when washing their laundry
  • Continue to wash your hands frequently
  • Ask them to wear a face mask if they have one

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Supplies you’ll need

  • EPA-approved disinfectants
  • If you don’t have disinfectants, make a bleach solution: Mix four teaspoons bleach per quart of water
  • Or Use a 70% alcohol solution
  • Laundry detergent
  • Trash bags
  • Prescription medicines (you can mail order these)
  • Canned foods — fruits, veggies, beans
  • Dry goods — breads, pastas, nut butters
  • Frozen foods — meats, veggies, fruits

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Pets

  • Supervise your pet in your backyard
  • It’s OK to play with them outside — just keep your distance from other humans
  • If you’re sick, ask someone you live with to take care of them while you recover
  • If you must care for them while you’re sick, wash your hands frequently

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Learn how to download  from Facebook in this post

Have you ever seen a video on Facebook you wanted to download it to your device? well if your answer is YES then this post will show you how…

There are several ways of downloading videos from facebok but on this post we will be dealing with two easiest ways to do that.

How to Download From Facebook using FBDOWN.NET

Step 1

On your Facebook feed or timeline ‘Right Click’ on any video then ‘Copy Video URL at current time’. See screenshot below.

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Step 2

Go to FBDOWN.net. Then paste the URL and Click ‘Download’, like the screenshot below

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Step 3

Click on “Download normal quality video” or “Download HD video” (if available) to start downloading the video.

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Note 1: If the video starts playing instead of downloading, then on Step 3 Right Click the link and “Save as…” to download the video.

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1.Open Facebook. Go to https://www.facebook.com/. This will open your News Feed page if you’re logged in.

  • If you aren’t logged in, enter your email address and password in the top-right corner of the page and click Log in.

 

2.Go to the video that you want to download. Either scroll through your News Feed until you find the video, or enter the name of the person who posted the video into the search bar at the top of the page and go to their account to look for the video.

3.Make sure the video is public. If you see a globe icon somewhere below the name of the person or the page which posted the video, you can download it without any problems.

  • If you see a lock or a two-person silhouette instead of a globe, you cannot download the video.

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4. Right-click the video. Once you arrive at the video, press your mouse’s right button on it to prompt a drop-down menu. You may have to right-click the video a few times before the drop-down menu will appear.

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  • On a Mac, you can also hold Ctrl and click the video.
  • If your mouse doesn’t have a right-click button, click the right side of the mouse, or use two fingers to click the mouse.
  • If your computer uses a trackpad instead of a mouse, use two fingers to tap the trackpad or press the bottom-right side of the trackpad.

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5. Click Show video URL. It’s at the bottom of the drop-down menu. Clicking it prompts a small pop-up box with the Facebook video’s link in it.

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  6. copy the Facebook link. Click the link in the pop-up box to select it, then press Ctrl+C (Windows) or  Command+C (Mac). Doing so will copy the link.

  • You can also right-click the link and then click Copy in the resulting drop-down menu.

7. Open the SaveFrom website. Go to https://en.savefrom.net/ in your browser. SaveFrom is a website that allows you to download videos from Facebook by inputting links.

 

8. Paste in the Facebook video’s link. Click the “Just insert a link” text box at the top of the page, then press Ctrl+V (Windows) or  Command+V (Mac). After a moment, the video’s preview icon will appear below the text field.

  • You can also right-click the text field and click Paste in the drop-down menu.

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9. Click Download. This green button is below the video’s preview window. Doing so will immediately prompt the video to download into your computer’s default “Downloads” folder, though you may have to confirm the download or select a save location depending on your browser’s settings.

  • SaveFrom will automatically assign the highest possible quality to your video, but if you want to lower the video’s quality, click  to the right of the “MP4 HD” text and then select a different option (e.g., MP4 SD).
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