In the top ten, the UAE ranked eighth globally, with per capita
slightly exceeding $49,000 a year, while Kuwait ranked 19th globally at approximately $39,900 a year, Bahrain based Al-Wasat News reports.
BETAM published an updated version of this research last Wednesday titled "Turkey's exit from the middle-income trap may take years" aiming to scrutinize changes in the per capita
growth, employment rate and labor productivity that has occurred over one year.
The Kyrgyz Republic s GNI per capita
for 2013 is estimated at US $1,200, increasing from US$ 1,040 in 2012.
The UAE's average annual per capita
consumption is well above the global average of 64kg.
In 2000, the difference between the poorest and richest region in GDP per capita
was only 47%.
production per capita
employed rose compared to the same quarter of 2009 in manufacturing industry.
On the other hand, the negative sign of the expenditure elasticity for commodity group services implies that an increase in per capita
total expenditure resulted in decline in per capita
expenditure on services and therefore, the commodity group is classified as inferior.
US per capita
beef consumption is projected to continue to decline before rising again over the second half of the next decade.
Lebanon GNI per capita
at PPP was also ranked 29th among 35 Upper Middle Income Countries (UMICs) included in the survey.
What is the highest per capita
GDP range shown on this map?
incomes and exports per capita
were higher in Ghana than in Korea.
In 50 counties, citizen payroll expenditures per capita
for welfare system employees increased faster than citizen personal income in those counties.
China is second to the United States in production and consumption even though per capita
Chinese consumption is only 2.
Between the 1990 and 2000 censuses, per capita
income growth in most Fourth District counties exceeded the national rate, but this can be misleading--some counties with very low per capita
incomes outpaced the U.
THE question of whether State per capita
personal incomes are converging--that is, whether the differences in per capita
incomes are getting smaller over time--is important for many reasons.