per capita income

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Noun1.per capita income - the total national income divided by the number of people in the nation
income - the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
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At slightly over $12,000 per capita income, a country is treated as a high income nation.
Deputy Prime Minister Kim Dong-yeon said in his New Year message that "the Korean economy rebounded to 3 percent growth last year and is now entering the first year of the era of per capita income of $30,000," adding the government will continue efforts to keep this momentum up this year.
If the economic growth rate is always low and does not exceed the rate of population growth, the average per capita income will decrease.
Pakistan's per capita income stands at 1470 dollars while the per capita income in Bangladesh is 1538 dollars.
The contributing factors for the increase in per capita income include acceleration in real GDP growth, lower growth in population and stability of Pak Rupee, according to Pakistan Economic Survey.
Average per capita income in West University Place: $106,583
King County had the highest per capita income in the state with $68,877 and Ferry County had the lowest with $30,680.
CA-News has previously reported that the average per capita income of the Kazakhs in July of this year was $346.
The country is aiming a 7000 US dollar per capita income by 2020 and expecting 4000 US dollar per capita income in 2015.
In my article titled "Turkey on the brink of middle-income trap," I argued that the high per capita income growth that was led by robust labor productivity growth during the first years of Justice and Development Party (AKP) rule, slowed down first and then totally stopped in 2012, based on a research published by BahceE-ehir University's Center for Economic and Social Research (BETAM) in August 2013.
to double our per capita income, " Rousseff told a business ceremony.
Earlier, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had predicted that Saudi per capita income would rise by 27.