Gross Domestic Product Per Capita GDP per Capita for Palestine* at constant prices was USD 1,679 for the year 2012, it increased by 2.
What does GDPPC stand for?
GDPPC stands for Gross Domestic Product per Capita
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A country's gross domestic product per capita did not have as much of an impact on the average person's happiness, according to research based on responses of 806,526 people in 135 countries from 2005 to 2011.
According to the agency, Qatar is among the wealthiest economies it ranks, with gross domestic product per capita estimated at $104,000 in 2012.
Guangxi has been growing strongly over the past decade but its gross domestic product per capita was less than 70% of the national average in 2010, while its per capita rates of urban infrastructure investment and coverage are among the lowest in the country.
Countries were categorized as higher income or lower income if their gross domestic product per capita was one standard deviation above or below the sample's mean, respectively.
Macedonia is still almost on the bottom in Europe by the purchase power of its citizens, says the latest report of Eurostat, which calculated the gross domestic product per capita.
Taiwan is five times wealthier than China in terms of gross domestic product per capita, even though the mainland's economy is more than 10 times larger than its neighbour's.
The gross domestic product per capita has doubled over the sixth past years, the OBG underlined in its 2010 report on Morocco, which will come out soon.