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Pakistan's annual foreign direct investment grew from US$650 million to US$2.2 billion, and the per capita annual income rose from US$1,334 to US$1,641.
From 2013 to 2017, a total of 530,000 people, about 16 percent of the regional population, had been lifted above the poverty line, with per capita annual income of 2,300 yuan, a standard set in 2011.
By comparison, some 30 percent of Americans over age 25 have bachelor's degrees or above, and per capita annual income stands at $28,000 nationally.
Farmers in Xinjiang saw per capita annual income growing by 13.7 percent last year with the government support.
The plan, for instance, targets raising the per capita annual income from the current low of $1,299 to a whopping $4,200 a year.
Immigrants increasingly were born in what the World Bank designates as "middle income" countries, where per capita annual income is between $1,036 and $12,615.
The average Saudi per capita annual income of SR 93,472 ($ 24,925) is one of the highest in the Middle East and North Africa region, Standard and Poor's said.
India's per capita annual income is $1,600 -- two thirds of the country lives on less than $2 per day.
Wu jinglin and Ding yuechao [8] have studied the per capita GDP using primary industry, secondary industry, tertiary industry, household consumption expenditure, per capita annual income of urban household, per capita annual income of rural household, foreign exchange reserves, total value of imports and exports, taxes, final consumption expenditure, total investment in fixed assets.
At ChinaAEs newest Gucci store, snakeskin purses sell for the equivalent of $4,390, about twice the cityAEs per capita annual income.
It will subsequently improve the livelihood of the tribals whose per capita annual income ranges between Rs 3,000 and 5,000.