gross domestic product

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the measure of an economy adopted by the United States in 1991

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Statisticians say that it should be taken into account that the data about GDP per capita in certain regions is largely influenced by the daily migration of the workforce.
In 2001, Newcastle's GDP per capita stood at e20,499, compared with Frankfurt's e74,465.
It is noteworthy that China is still a developing country with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita of $1,838 compared with a GDP per capita of $23,220 in the U.
Even then, its GDP per capita would only be a quarter that of the United States, and would thus not necessarily mark the end of its catching-up process.
The Bank also notes that in marked contrast to East and South Asia, poverty actually rose in Sub-Saharan Africa with a reduction in the GDP per capita of 13 per cent resulting in nearly double the number of people living in extreme poverty from 42 to 47 per cent of the region's population.
A common theme in the economic development literature has been that the growth in average annual real GDP per capita overstates the improvement in human welfare.
Ukraine is also keen to enter the EU and a "noticeable increase" in GDP per capita is expected in the next few years.
3) They did so by comparing the actual level of GDP per capita in 1987 (the "present" in their study) with what the level would have been under three sets of hypothetical circumstances.
In 2011, South Korea had the lowest GDP per capita of the Asia-Pacific countries covered in this report.
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Thus, the Macedonian GDP per capita in 1996 totaled 2,230 dollars and last year-4,700 dollars.
We think that the Emirate of Sharjah's GDP per capita will increase on the back of strong growth in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)," said Standard & Poor's.
Higher GDP per capita does bring benefits, particularly on 'basic human needs', but rising incomes do not guarantee improvement on 'ecosystem sustainability', 'health and wellness' and 'opportunity', the report said.
According to the data released by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, the GDP per capita in Cyprus was 92 in 2012, 94 in 2011 and 97 in 2010.
Abu Dhabi is one of the world's wealthiest economies; we estimate GDP per capita at $106,000 in 2013.