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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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These figures for Actual Individual Consumption per capita, expressed in PPS, are published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
Meanwhile, the self-sufficiency rate of poultry and bird meat reached 91.5% in 2017, with an average per capita of 10.0 kg versus 10.1 kg in 2016, a decrease of 1.0%
'We are going to hit [a per capita of] over $4,000 in 2019,' Pernia said.
Per capita income is one of the most widely used measures of the general well being in an economy.
As of 2016, the Philippines' income per capita stood at about $3,500, hence considered a lower middle-income country.
The per capita GNI is a nation's total income earned at home and abroad divided by its total population, and is widely regarded as an indicator of living standards.
Illango said that on the other hand, if Pakistan is able to contain its population growth rate to around 1% or below and the economy grows at a higher rate than 8%, Pakistan's GDP per capita will be around $10,000 in 2047.
Figures from the National Insurance Institute (22) shown in the graph below tell the story: During the two decades between 1968 and 1989, GDP per capita growth was indeed paralleled by a concomitant rise in real wages for Israelis.
If the economic growth rate is always low and does not exceed the rate of population growth, the average per capita income will decrease.
Per capita income in dollar terms has witnessed a growth of 6.4 per cent in 2017 as compared to 1.1 per cent last year.
In addition, the study says New Hampshire has the 34th highest gasoline tax, 19th highest cigarette tax, 21st highest beer tax, 34th highest tax on cellphones, the seventh highest state debt per capita and the 23rd highest combined state and local debt per capita.
In order to avoid incorrect evaluations, it is necessary to perform a survey on the per capita consumption indicator (CI), which is defined as the relation between the volume of water consumed in a determined period, called the historical period, and the number of consumer agents in this same period (Fernandes Neto, Naghettini, Von Sperlling, & Libanio, 2005).
Its GDP (PPP) per capita is $51,924 as it possesses 18% of the world's proven petroleum reserves, ranks as the largest exporter of petroleum, and played a leading role in OPEC for many years.The petroleum sector accounts for almost all of Saudi government revenues, and export earnings.
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Each year on July 1, World Bank revises the analytical classification of the world's economies based on estimates of gross national income (GNI) per capita for the previous year.