GDPPC

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GDPPCGross Domestic Product per Capita
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The three institutions are banking on a gradual improvement in the growth rate of the Gross Domestic Product per capita to 2.
Canada jumped from sixth place to second largely because of the receptivity of its consumers, measured by the size of its middle class, household consumption and gross domestic product per capita.
Gross Domestic Product Per Capita GDP per Capita for Palestine* at constant prices was USD 419 during the 3rd quarter 2013, it showed a decrease of 0.
3% of the national gross domestic product per capita (GDP PPP) to buy the iPhone 5S.
It added that growth at that pace would cut unemployment and the debt burden in half and double gross domestic product per capita.
It also revealed that gross domestic product per capita - a proxy for countries' wealth and standard of living - did not necessarily lead to better welfare for older people.
The 6 billion dollar project will be media and sponsors funded and the application fee for people who want to explore the mission will be based on the gross domestic product per capita of each nation.
The basis of the EIU in drawing the top 10 countries that offer a good quality of life for infants born this year and who would be adults by 2030 is a 10-point criteria, namely: material wellbeing measured by gross domestic product per capita, life expectancy from birth, quality of life based on divorce rates, state of political freedom, job security based on unemployment rate, climate, personal physical security ratings, quality of community life, governance based on corruption measurements and gender equality.
According to the agency, Qatar is among the wealthiest economies it ranks, with gross domestic product per capita estimated at $104,000 in 2012.
At such growth rates, gross domestic product per capita would reach $2,000-$3,000 by 2030 -- three times its current level -- and propel the country to middle-income status," the report says.
The current gross domestic product per capita of the region is estimated at 4,500, which compares with nearly 3,600 in Iraq as a whole.
The current gross domestic product per capita of the region is estimated at $4,500, which compares with nearly $3,600 in Iraq as a whole.
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