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per capita

By, of, or for each person in a given population. The government spends more per capita on healthcare than any other country in the world. Though the nation is tiny, it has the highest per capita income in all of Europe.
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The income and consumption per capita are imaginary shares, assuming equal sharing.
Average per capita income growth should be achieved at each MIT level, either lower or upper [17].
Brunei, a small country with a wealthy economy that is a mixture of foreign and domestic entrepreneurship, government regulation and welfare measures, and village tradition has led to GDP per capita (PPP) of 71,185.
In 2015, GDP per capita expressed in PPS ranged between 46 per cent of the EU average in Bulgaria to 271 per cent in Luxembourg .
16 percent of GNI per capita and Qatar has the cheapest service among Arab countries at 0.
Average per capita income in The Village of Indian Hill: $121,411
Whatcom County's per capita income growth has tracked the state's numbers for the last several years, with a significant increase in 2014 following several years of almost no growth.
Despite internal conflicts and wars, Libya ranked 69th globally before Iran, Brazil, South Africa, and Thailand, where the per capita amounted to approximately $14,500 a year.
The strong per capita income increase has allowed a modest decrease in income inequality and a rather remarkable decrease in poverty, which, however, continues to be quite high.
The World Bank revises analytical classification of the world s economies each year on July 1 based on estimates of per capita for the previous calendar year.
The daily average per capita consumption of rice is also higher at 220g, which is equivalent to around three plates of rice per day.
The chart shows Alaska's support per capita versus the national average from 2001 through 2011.
The countries included had populations of at least five million, life expectancy of at least 70 years and GDP per capita of at least $5,000.
Based on preliminary estimates for 2012, gross domestic product (GDP) per capita expressed in purchasing power standards (PPS(1)) varied from 47% to 271% of the EU27 average across the member states, Eurostat reported, on 19 June.
Thus, the poorest regions in Bulgaria a and in the EU a Bulgaria's Severozapaden (Northwestern) and Severen-Tsentralen (North-central) have contracted substantially less EU money for public projects per capita than has the Yugozapaden (Southwestern) Region, which includes the capital Sofia.