Monday, November 28, 2005

GDP (PPP) per capita for poorer countries

GDP (PPP) per capita for selected poorer countries:

(Number 1 in the world is Luxembourg $ 63,609. Number 2 Norway $ 40,005)

Number 65
Costa Rica
9,887

66
Mexico
9,666

67
Uruguay
9,107

69
Bulgaria
8,500

70
Brazil
8,049

71
Grenada
7,917

72
Thailand
7,901

73
Tunisia
7,732

74
Romania
7,641

75
Iran
7,594

76
Turkey
7,503

79
Belize
7,339

80
Maldives
7,327

86
Dominican Republic
6,767

87
Panama
6,739

88
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
6,650

90
Ukraine
6,554

91
Namibia
6,449

94
Dominica
5,970

96
Cape Verde
5,858

97
People's Republic of China
5,642

98
Venezuela
5,571

99
Peru
5,556

102
Saint Lucia
5,350

105
Albania
4,937

106
Serbia and Montenegro
4,858

108
Philippines
4,561

110
Jordan
4,383

111
El Salvador
4,379

112
Morocco
4,332

114
Ecuador
4,083

115
Egypt
4,072

116
Guatemala
4,009

118
Sri Lanka
3,882

119
Armenia
3,806

120
Syria
3,724

121
Indonesia
3,703

122
Iraq
3,500

124
Bhutan
3,095

125
India
3,080

126
Cuba
3,000

127
Georgia
2,774

128
Bolivia
2,710

129
Honduras
2,682

130
Nicaragua
2,677

131
Vietnam
2,570

135
Pakistan
2,388

137
Zimbabwe
2,309

138
Sudan
2,246

139
Mauritania
2,187

140
Cameroon
2,176

141
Moldova
2,119

142
Lesotho
2,074

143
Cambodia
2,074

146
Laos
1,921

149
The Gambia
1,903

150
Djibouti
1,878

151
Bangladesh
1,875

157
Haiti
1,625

163
Nepal
1,402

171
Nigeria
1,120

175
Kenya
1,062

179
Zambia
870

180
Niger
865

181
Madagascar
854

182
Sierra Leone
842

183
Ethiopia
814

184
Afghanistan
800

185
Yemen
736

186
Guinea-Bissau
730

187
Burundi
708

188
Tanzania
673

189
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Top Israelis accused of illegal diamond deals)
633

190
Somalia ( Potential oil reserves?)
600

191
Malawi (Reportedly has ties to Israel)
569

192
East Timor (Dispute withAustralia over East Timor's oil)
400


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Net enrolment ratio, secondary level, is the ratio of the number of children of official secondary school age enrolled in school to the number of children of official secondary school age in the population.


61.
Malaysia
70.2%

65.
Moldova
68.2%

70.
Croatia
66%

72.
Mauritius
64.2%

74.
Belize
63.3%

75.
Vietnam
62.5%

76.
Panama
62.2%
77.
Algeria
61.8%
78.
Peru
61.5%
79.
Mexico
59.7%
80.
Oman
59.2%
81.
Mongolia
58.4%
82.
South Africa
57.2%
83.
Colombia
56.5%
84.
Philippines
52.6%
85.
Turkey
51.3%
86.
Saudi Arabia
51.1%
87.
Venezuela
50.4%
88.
Kuwait
49.7%
89.
Costa Rica
49.2%
90.
Ecuador
48.1%
91.
Cape Verde
47.9%
92.
Indonesia
47.5%
93.
Paraguay
46.7%
94.
Grenada
45.5%
95.
Swaziland
43.7%
96.
Suriname
42.9%
97.
Bangladesh
42.7%
98.
Zimbabwe
40.4%
99.
Dominican Republic
40.2%
100.
El Salvador
39.3%

101.
Syria
39.1%
102.
Namibia
37.7%
103.
Burma
36.5%
104.
Nicaragua
35.5%
105.
Gambia, The
34.8%
106.
Iraq
33%
107.
Maldives
31.4%
108.
Ghana
30.8%
109.
Morocco
29.9%
110.
Sierra Leone
26.5%
111.
Guatemala
26.2%
112.
Equatorial Guinea
26.1%
113.
Malawi
24.9%
114.
Liberia
24.7%
115.
Kenya
23.1%
116.
Togo
23.1%
117.
Vanuatu
22.6%
118.
Eritrea
22.1%
119.
Papua New Guinea
21.1%
120.
Lesotho
20.6%
121.
Zambia
19.1%
122.
Benin
17.4%
123.
Cambodia
16.7%
124.
Mauritania
14.5%
125.
Afghanistan
14%


126.
Ethiopia
12.7%
127.
Djibouti
12.4%
128.
Uganda
12%
129.
Guinea
11.9%
130.
Madagascar
11.5%
131.
Mozambique
9.4%
132.
Burkina Faso
8%
133.
Chad
7.7%
134.
Niger
5.2%
135.
Tanzania
4.8%

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