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List of countries by GNI (nominal, Atlas method) per capita

This is a list of countries by Gross National Income per capita in 2013 at nominal values, according to the Atlas Method, an indicator of income developed by the World Bank.

Methodology

The GNI per capita is the dollar value of a country’s final income in a year, divided by its population. It reflects the average income of a country’s citizens.

Knowing a country’s GNI per capita is a good first step toward understanding the country’s economic strengths and needs, as well as the general standard of living enjoyed by the average citizen. A country’s GNI per capita tends to be closely linked with other indicators that measure the social, economic, and environmental well-being of the country and its people. For example, generally people living in countries with higher GNI per capita tend to have longer life expectancies, higher literacy rates, better access to safe water, and lower infant mortality rates.

All data are in United States dollars. Rankings shown are those given by the World Bank. Non-sovereign entities or other special groupings are marked in italics.

Countries

High-income group

Upper-middle-income group

Lower-middle-income group

Low-income group

Dependencies/Partially recognized states

Rank Economy GNI per capita
(US$)[1]
Latest data year Income group
-  Bermuda (United Kingdom) 104,610 2012 High-income
- Channel Islands (United Kingdom) 65,440 2007 High-income
-  Macau (China) 64,050 2012 High-income
-  Isle of Man (United Kingdom) 48,550 2007 High-income
N/A  Faroe Islands (Denmark) not available N/A High-income
1  Hong Kong (China) 38,420 2013 High-income
N/A  Saint Martin (France) not available N/A High-income
N/A  Curaçao (Netherlands) not available N/A High-income
N/A  Guam (United States) not available N/A High-income
-  Greenland (Denmark) 26,020 2009 High-income
N/A  Aruba (Netherlands) not available N/A High-income
N/A  Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom) not available N/A High-income
N/A  Taiwan [2] (China) not available N/A High-income
N/A  Sint Maarten (Netherlands) not available N/A High-income
2  Puerto Rico (United States) 19,210 2013 High-income
N/A  Cayman Islands (United Kingdom) not available N/A High-income
-  French Polynesia (France) 15,990 2000 High-income
-  New Caledonia (France) 14,020 2000 High-income
-  Virgin Islands, U.S. (United States) 13,660 1989 High-income
N/A  Northern Mariana Islands (United States) not available N/A High-income
N/A  American Samoa (United States) not available N/A Upper-middle-income
3  Kosovo (Serbia) 3,890 2013 Lower-middle-income
-  Palestine (Israel) 2,810 2012 Lower-middle-income

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i GNI per capita, Atlas method (current US$)", The World Bank, April 2014""". Retrieved 2014-04-16. 
  2. ^ a b "Where are your data on Taiwan?". Retrieved 2014-04-16. 

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