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Turkey's per capita gross domestic product (GDP) rose dramatically while the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has been in power, but has stalled over the past several years, remaining firmly in the middle-income bracket.
The high rating reflects a very high per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP)--the latest figure for which is US$55,075; a Debt-to-GDP ratio of 22.
The number of millionaires dropped 8 per cent between 2007 and 2012 as the UAE's nominal per capita gross domestic product had "a far more dramatic decline than the world average", the report said.
Dr Sbia said that there was a clear need for more investment in education and in research and development in Bahrain to ensure that there was an improvement in the quality of human capital which was needed to push forward growth in per capita gross domestic product.
To be deemed "very cost effective," early ART had to be less than one times the per capita gross domestic product of each country.
The draft plan also targets to raise per capita gross domestic product at US$20,649, maintain unemployment at 4.
6) The Asian nation outside of the Middle East with the greatest per capita gross domestic product, or GDP, is--.
The ambassador further said, This new era of cooperation has emerged because Angola is reaching a high level of economic growth and has reached a per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of over US$4,000.