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per person

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In 2017Q3, the so-called Household Final Consumption Expenditure per capita was P26,359, according to the PSA.
World Bank [14] in its study used the Gross National Income (GNI) variable per capita as an MIT proxy.
This Nordic nation's per capita GDP of $64,856 allows its 4.
Ten Member States recorded AIC per capita above the EU average in 2015.
1 percent of GNI per capita, and Qatar has the cheapest service among Arab countries at 0.
Caption: Per capita national health spending: Largest components
Average per capita income in Hunters Creek Village: $112,585
King County had the highest per capita income in the state with $68,877 and Ferry County had the lowest with $30,680.
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.
Not this time--NH is nicely ensconced between Virginia, Idaho and Indiana, which each spend 43 cents per capita, and California, which spends 24 cents.
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.
As of 1 July 2014, low-income economies are defined as those with a GNI per capita, calculated using the World Bank Atlas method, of $1,045 or less in 2013; middle-income economies are those with a GNI per capita of more than $1,045 but less than $12,746; high-income economies are those with a GNI per capita of $12,746 or more.
1 billion was consumed locally, amounting to 70kg to 80kg of rice per capita per year.
43 in state and local government expenditure for higher education general expense per capita.
The data was compiled by Bloomberg, and countries were ranked based on three criteria: life expectancy; relative per capita cost of health care (percentage of GDP per capita); and the absolute per capita cost of health care (expenditures covering preventive and curative services, family planning, nutrition and emergency aid).