Is India richer than Spain?
India has a GDP per capita of $7,200 as of 2017, while in Spain, the GDP per capita is $38,400 as of 2017.
Is Spain bigger than India?
India is about 6 times bigger than Spain.
Spain is approximately 505,370 sq km, while India is approximately 3,287,263 sq km, making India 550% larger than Spain. Meanwhile, the population of Spain is ~50.0 million people (1.3 billion more people live in India).
Can India be the best country?
India ranked No. 25 overall in the U.S. News Best Countries rankings for the second-straight year. It is the world’s second most-populous nation and considered to be one of the best up-and-coming economies, at No. 2 in the movers ranking.
How expensive is Spain compared to India?
Cost of living in India is 54% cheaper than in Spain.
Is Spain safe to live?
Figures clearly demonstrate that Spain is a safe environment to live in. According to the Elcano Royal Institute (2017) study, Spain is the sixth safest country in the world, following close behind Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, Switzerland and Sweden.
Can an Indian live in Spain?
Indians in Spain form one of the smaller populations of the Indian diaspora. According to the statistics of India’s Ministry of External Affairs, they number only 35,000, or 0.07% of the population of Spain. … The overwhelming majority of Indians in Spain live in the Barcelona area (over 26,000 as of 2019).
Is Spain a developed country?
Spain is listed 25th in the United Nations Human Development Index and 32nd in GDP per capita by the World Bank.
Economy of Spain.
|Country group||Developed/Advanced High-income economy|
|GDP||$1.45 trillion (nominal, 2021 est.) $1.94 trillion (PPP, 2021 est.)|
|GDP rank||13th (nominal, 2021) 15th (PPP, 2021)|
Which country loves India most?
Incredible India Arrival of tourists from:
- United Kingdom 941,883.
- Canada 317,239.
- Malaysia 301,961.
- Sri Lanka 297,418.
- Australia 293,625.
- Germany 265,928.
- China 251,313.
- France 238,707.
Which country is best friend of India?
Countries considered India’s closest include the Russian Federation, Israel, Afghanistan, France, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and the United States. Russia is the largest supplier of military equipment to India, followed by Israel and France.