Quick Answer: Who Are The World Bank Shareholders?

What country has zero debt?

Which Countries Have No National Debt?RankCountryDebt-to-GDP Ratio1Macao SAR02Hong Kong SAR0.13Brunei Darussalam2.54Afghanistan6.86 more rows.

Which country has most loan?

ListRankCountry/RegionExternal debt US dollars1United States8.756×10122United Kingdom8.475956×10123Germany5.7358032×10124Japan4.7653479×101276 more rows

Who was the last to join the World Bank?

Before Nauru, the last country to join the IMF and World Bank was South Sudan, in April 2012.

What country is the largest shareholder in the World Bank?

The United StatesThe United States was a leading force in the establishment of the World Bank in 1944 and remains the largest shareholder of the World Bank today.

What countries are not part of the World Bank?

The four United Nations member states that are not members of the World Bank are * Cuba, * Liechtenstein, * Monaco, and * North Korea.

Who owns the most shares in the world?

Bill GatesThe natural stock pick held by the world’s wealthiest person is Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), the giant tech company Bill Gates co-founded with Paul Allen in 1975. Gates still owns almost 103 million shares of the company worth $15.4 billion.

Which country has highest loan from World Bank 2019?

ChinaAs per the recent data of the World Bank, China is the largest recipient of the loan from the World Bank Group….Hemant Singh.S.N.CountryDebt (in million dollar)1.China24202.India17763.Indonesia16924.Colombia16876 more rows•Jun 28, 2018

Who is the founder of World Bank?

John Maynard KeynesHarry Dexter WhiteWorld Bank/Founders

Which country is most in debt?

JapanJapan, with its population of 127,185,332, has the highest national debt in the world at 234.18% of its GDP, followed by Greece at 181.78%. Japan’s national debt currently sits at ¥1,028 trillion ($9.087 trillion USD).

Who really owns the IMF?

United NationsInternational Monetary Fund/Parent organizations

What countries are members of WHO?

As of 2020, the WHO has 194 member states: all of the member states of the United Nations except for Liechtenstein, plus the Cook Islands and Niue. (A state becomes a full member of WHO by ratifying the treaty known as the Constitution of the World Health Organization.)