How Rich Is Mark Zuckerberg? Wealthier Than Chad And 60 Other Countries

As soon as Facebook went public Friday, co-founder Mark Zuckerberg became an instant multi-billionaire. How wealthy is he?

The initial public offering of Facebook stock puts Zuckerberg's wealth around $20 billion, which fluctuates with every move the stock makes.

Exactly how rich has Mark Zuckerberg become? He's richer than Chad. As in the African country, which has a gross domestic product of $19.543 billion.

The Facebook co-founder is now richer than 61 countries, according to 2011 figures from the International Monetary Fund.

Here is a list of nations Zuckerberg is wealthier than, based on GDP figures.

1.       Tuvalu: $37 million

2.       Sao Tome and Principe: $379 million

3.       Kiribati: $599 million

4.       Tonga: $763 million

5.       Comoros: $837 million

6.       Saint Kitts and Nevis: $875 million

7.       Dominica: $977 million

8.       Samoa: $1.09 billion

9.       Vanuatu: $1.204 billion

10.   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: $1.259 billion

11.   Grenada: $1.449 billion

12.   Antigua and Barbuda: $1.575 billion

13.   Solomon Islands: $1.725 billion

14.   Liberia: $1.769 billion

15.   Guinea-Bissau: $1,925 billion

16.   Cape Verde: $2.052 billion

17.   Saint Lucia: $2.101 billion

18.   Djibouti: $2.231 billion

19.   Seychelles: $2.245 billion

20.   Belize: $2.8 billion

21.   Maldives: $2.841 billion

22.   Gambia: $3.496 billion

23.   Central African Republic: $3.641 billion

24.   Lesotho: $3.804 billion

25.   Eritrea: $4.037 billion

26.   Fiji: $4.133 billion

27.   Bhutan: $4.287 billion

28.   Suriname: $5.06 billion

29.   Sierra Leone: $5.093 billion

30.   Burundi: $5.184 billion

31.   Guyana: $5.783 billion

32.   Zimbabwe: $6.127 billion

33.   Swaziland: $6.233 billion

34.   Togo: $6.415 billion

35.   Barbados: $6.493 billion

36.   Mauritania: $7.093 billion

37.   Montenegro: $7.157 billion

38.   Timor-Leste: $9.507 billion

39.   Malta: $10.757 billion

40.   The Bahamas: $10.785 billion

41.   Guinea: $11.464 billion

42.   Niger: $11.632 billion

43.   Moldova: $11.998 billion

44.   Haiti: $12.365 billion

45.   Iceland: $12.409 billion

46.   Kosovo: $12.859 billion

47.   Kyrgyzstan: $13.125 billion

48.   Mongolia: $13.264 billion

49.   Rwanda: $13.684 billion

50.   Malawi: $13.901 billion

51.   Benin: $14.683 billion

52.   Namibia: $15.743 billion

53.   Tajikistan: $16.221 billion

54.   Papua New Guinea: $16.683 billion

55.   Laos: $17.433 billion

56.   Mali: $17.872 billion

57.   Armenia: $17.941 billion

58.   Republic of the Congo: $18.25 billion

59.   Nicaragua: $18.878 billion

60.   Mauritius: $19.276 billion

61.   Chad: $19.543 billion

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