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The gap between the overall LFP rates in the south and north enlarges as a result of the very low FLFP rate in North Cyprus, which might be considered as being one of the main reasons generating the gap between income distribution of North and South Cyprus through undermining the per capita GDP in the north.
Its per capita GDP in 2016 was only 67% of the EU average.
Warwickshire also saw a decline in per capita GDP, as did the West Midlands and the UK as a whole.
In 2001 the national per capita GDP was 15% above the European average there, while in 2014 it was 7% below.
Curve fitting was used to identify the "best fit" curve for the association of per capita GDP and real per capita GDP with the H.
Kuwait is a small, relatively open economy and its citizens enjoy a per capita GDP (PPP) of $73,246.
Table 2 indicates that in 2013, India spends the least on per capita public health expenditure and its per capita GDP is the lowest among BRICS countries.
In 2015, South Korea's estimated per capita GDP was $27,513, now nearly 10 times the Philippines' $2,951.
Per capita GDP is a measure of the total economic output of a country that takes its GDP and divides it by the population.
Bulgaria's economy is set to grow 2.5% in 2016, The Economist has estimated.Macroeconomic data of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) suggest inflation will be at 1.6%, and per capita GDP will be USD 6710.The 2.5% forecast suggests the Bulgarian GDP will grow exactly as much as that of Hungary and Spain and much less than Romania (3.9%).
At the present rate of growth in per capita GDP, it will take another 31 years for this recovery to match the per capita income growth already achieved at this point in previous postwar recoveries."