7. Brazil: $21.8 trillion
Brazil ranked at seventh place among top ten countries with most natural resources. The country has large reserves of gold and uranium while it is world’s second largest supplier of iron ore which accounts for 17% of global supply. Timer is the most valuable for Brazil which has net worth of $17.5 trillion that accounts for 12.3% of the world’s supply.
8. Australia: $19.9 trillion
Australia has large reserves of natural resources of value $19.9 trillion that include coal, timber, coal, copper and iron ore. The country has world’s largest reserves of gold which meet 14.3% of global supply. Nearly 46% of the global uranium supply comes from Australia while timber resources valued at $5.3 trillion