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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Despite having the second-largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the world, China lagged far behind other countries such as Taiwan because of its huge population, which greatly lowers its per capita income.
Per capita income for the period amounted to 3,548manats ($ 2,087).
He said per capita income in the Philippines is just below $3,900, which is the low end of the World Bank's classification of around $3,900 to $12,100 for upper-middle-income countries.
Per capita income jumped to $1,435 last year compared to $1,042 in 2013.
As per Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, per capita income during 2017-18 is Rs 162,230 ($1641) based on provisional figures of Population Census 2017 held in March 2017 i.e 207,774,520.
Population increased 9 per cent over the period, and per capita income fell by 7 per cent from e1/424,162 to e1/422,409.
But New Hampshire's per capita income actually fell slightly in 2017.
Korea is embracing the New Year with a rosy outlook that its economy could grow 3 percent and the per capita income could reach $30,000.
ABSTRACT: The purpose of this research is to know the contribution of Gross Regional Domestic Product, population growth to per capita income partially, and effort that can be done to improve product quality, agricultural product and human resource so that they can increase people's income.
Pakistan's per capita income stands at 1470 dollars while the per capita income in Bangladesh is 1538 dollars.
Since 1999, tourism in the Maldives has raised its per capita income three times, which has now crossed the $15,000 in terms of purchasing power parity.
ISLAMABAD -- The per capita income during the fiscal year 2015-16 has witnessed growth of 2.9 percent during the Fiscal Year 2015-16 and ascend to $1560.7 compared to $1516.8 during the fiscal year 2014-15,