Poorest Countries in the World

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Introduction

The poorest countries in the world are those with the lowest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita. GDP is an economic indicator that measures the value of goods and services produced by a country over a given period. Thus, the poorer the country, the lower its GDP. Unfortunately, poverty remains a global challenge with about 8% of the world’s population living in extreme poverty meaning that people are earning less than $2.15 per day.

In the world, the poorest countries are mostly located in Africa and Asia, with Burundi being the poorest country followed by Somalia, Mozambique, Central African Republic, and Madagascar. These countries are located in Sub-Saharan Africa, where poverty is widespread due to factors such as political instability, corruption, lack of infrastructure, and poor access to education and healthcare. In Asia, the poorest countries are Yemen, Tajikistan, and Myanmar, where poverty is also prevalent due to political conflicts and economic instability.

List of Poorest Countries in the World

#CountryGDP per capitaGNI per capitaGini CoefficientPoverty Rate
1Burundi$237$24038.664.9%
2Somalia$446$45036.8
3Mozambique$500$4805446.1%
4Central African Republic$511$53056.262%
5Madagascar$515$50042.670.7%
6Sierra Leone$516$51035.756.8%
7Democratic Republic of the Congo$584$58042.163.9%
8Niger$595$59037.340.8%
9Malawi$643$63038.551.5%
10Liberia$673$62035.350.9%
11Yemen$69136.748.6%
12Chad$696$65037.542.3%
13Sudan$764$67034.246.5%
14Guinea-Bissau$813$78034.869.3%
15Rwanda$834$85043.738.2%
16The Gambia$836$800
17Uganda$858$84042.721.4%
18Tajikistan$897$1,1503426.3%
19Burkina Faso$918$86047.341.4%
20Mali$918$87036.142.1%
21Ethiopia$944$9603523.5%
22Togo$992$98042.455.1%
23Zambia$1,121$1,04057.154.4%
24Tanzania$1,136$1,14040.526.4%
25Lesotho$1,166$1,27044.949.7%
26Guinea$1,174$1,01029.643.7%
27Myanmar$1,187$1,14030.724.8%
28Nepal$1,223$1,23032.825.2%
29Kyrgyzstan$1,276$1,1802920.1%
30Benin$1,428$1,37037.838.5%
31East Timor$1,458$1,94028.7
32Comoros$1,495$1,46045.342.4%
33Pakistan$1,538$1,50029.624.3%
34Cambodia$1,591$1,55037.917.7%
35Senegal$1,606$1,54038.146.7%
36Cameroon$1,662$1,59046.637.5%
37Mauritania$1,723$1,73032.631%
38Zimbabwe$1,737$1,40050.338.3%
39Haiti$1,815$1,42041.158.5%
40Uzbekistan$1,983$1,96035.314.1%
41Kenya$2,007$2,01040.836.1%
42Nigeria$2,085$2,10035.140.1%
43Nicaragua$2,091$2,01046.224.9%
44Angola$2,138$1,77051.332.3%
45Republic of the Congo$2,214$1,63048.940.9%
46India$2,277$2,17035.721.9%
47Solomon Islands$2,337$2,30012.7%
48Ghana$2,445$2,36043.523.4%
49São Tomé and Príncipe$2,449$2,28040.7
50Bangladesh$2,503$2,62032.424.3%
51Laos$2,551$2,52038.818.3%
52Ivory Coast$2,579$2,45037.239.5%
53Lebanon$2,670$3,45031.827.4%
54Honduras$2,831$2,54048.248.3%
55Papua New Guinea$2,916$2,79041.939.9%
56Vanuatu$3,127$3,14012.7%
57Djibouti$3,364$3,30041.621.1%
58Bolivia$3,415$3,36043.637.2%
59Federated States of Micronesia$3,477$3,880
60Morocco$3,497$3,35039.54.8%
61Philippines$3,549$3,64042.316.7%
62Palestine$3,664$4,22029.2%
63Vietnam$3,694$3,56035.76.7%
64Algeria$3,765$3,66027.65.5%
65Sri Lanka$3,815$3,82039.34.1%
66Egypt$3,876$3,51031.532.5%
67Tunisia$3,924$3,63032.815.2%
68Marshall Islands$4,171$5,050
69Eswatini$4,215$3,68054.658.9%
70Indonesia$4,292$4,14037.99.4%
71Jordan$4,406$4,48033.715.7%
72El Salvador$4,409$4,14038.822.8%
73Belize$4,420$4,29049.8
74Mongolia$4,535$3,76032.728.4%
75Jamaica$4,587$4,8003519.9%
76Armenia$4,670$4,56025.226.4%
77Namibia$4,729$4,55059.117.4%
78Suriname$4,836$4,44057.9
79Ukraine$4,836$4,12025.61.1%
80Guatemala$5,026$4,94048.359.3%
81Georgia$5,042$4,74034.519.5%
82Iraq$5,048$5,04029.518.9%
83Fiji$5,086$4,86030.729.9%
84Moldova$5,315$5,460267.3%
85Azerbaijan$5,384$4,88033.76%
86Paraguay$5,400$5,34043.523.5%
87Ecuador$5,935$5,93047.325%
88Libya$6,018$8,430
89Colombia$6,131$6,16054.235.7%
90Albania$6,494$6,11030.814.3%
91Peru$6,692$6,52043.820.2%
92Republic of Macedonia$6,721$6,130
93Bosnia and Herzegovina$6,916$6,7703316.9%
94South Africa$6,994$6,4406355.5%
95Thailand$7,233$7,260359.9%
96Belarus$7,304$6,95024.45%
97Botswana$7,348$6,94053.319.3%
98Brazil$7,519$7,72048.926.5%
99Dominica$7,560$7,760
100Saint Vincent and the Grenadines$7,997$8,100
101Gabon$8,017$7,1003833.4%
102Equatorial Guinea$8,462$5,81076.8%
103Dominican Republic$8,604$8,22039.621%
104Mauritius$8,812$10,86036.810.3%
105Maldives$8,995$8,40029.38.2%
106Serbia$9,215$8,44034.523.2%
107Montenegro$9,367$9,30036.824.5%
108Guyana$9,375$9,38044.6
109Saint Lucia$9,571$9,68051.225%
110Turkey$9,587$9,83041.914.4%
111Mexico$9,926$9,38045.441.9%
112Grenada$9,929$9,630
113Kazakhstan$10,041$8,72027.84.3%
114Argentina$10,729$10,05042.335.5%
115Malaysia$11,371$10,93041.15.6%
116Bulgaria$11,635$10,72040.323.8%
117Russia$12,173$11,6003612.6%
118Nauru$12,252$19,470
119Costa Rica$12,509$12,31049.321%
120People's Republic of China$12,556$11,89038.213%
121Seychelles$13,307$13,26032.125.3%
122Panama$14,516$14,01049.822.1%
123Romania$14,862$14,17034.823.8%
124Antigua and Barbuda$14,901$14,900
125Trinidad and Tobago$15,243$15,07040.3
126Oman$16,439
127Chile$16,503$15,00044.98.6%
128Uruguay$17,021$15,80040.28.8%
129Barbados$17,034$16,720
130Croatia$17,399$17,15028.918.3%
131Poland$17,841$16,67030.215.4%
132Saint Kitts and Nevis$18,230$18,560
133Hungary$18,773$17,7403012.3%
134Greece$20,277$20,14033.117.9%
135Latvia$20,642$19,37034.522.9%
136Slovakia$21,088$20,25023.2
137Bahrain$22,232
138Lithuania$23,433$21,61035.320.6%
139Saudi Arabia$23,58645.9
140Turks and Caicos Islands$24,047$23,600
141Portugal$24,262$23,73032.817.2%
142Czech Republic$26,378$24,07025.310.1%
143Estonia$27,281$25,97030.821.7%
144The Bahamas$28,239$27,220
145Slovenia$29,201$28,24024.412%
146Spain$30,116$29,74034.320.7%
147Cyprus$30,798$28,13031.214.7%
148Brunei$31,723
149Malta$33,257$30,5603117.1%
150South Korea$34,758$34,98031.4
151Italy$35,551$35,71035.220.1%
152Japan$39,285$42,62032.915.7%
153Andorra$43,048
154France$43,519$43,88032.413.6%
155Macau$45,42235
156United Kingdom$47,334$45,38035.118.6%
157New Zealand$48,802$45,34036.2
158Hong Kong$49,661$54,45053.9
159Germany$50,802$51,04031.714.8%
160Israel$51,430$49,56038.616.9%
161Belgium$51,768$50,51027.214.8%
162Canada$52,051$48,31033.311.6%
163Austria$53,268$52,21030.213.3%
164Finland$53,983$53,66027.712.2%
165Netherlands$58,061$56,37029.213.6%
166Australia$59,934$56,76034.312.4%
167Sweden$60,239$58,89029.317.1%
168Qatar$61,276$57,12041.1
169Denmark$67,803$68,11027.712.5%
170Iceland$68,384$64,41026.18.8%
171United States of America$69,288$70,43041.517.8%
172Singapore$72,794$64,01045.9
173Norway$89,203$84,09027.712.7%
174Switzerland$93,457$90,36033.116%
175Ireland$99,152$74,52030.613.1%
176Bermuda$110,869$116,540
177Luxembourg$135,68334.217.5%

Poorest Countries

The ten poorest countries in the world are Burundi, Somalia, Mozambique, the Central African Republic, Madagascar, Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Niger, Malawi, and Liberia, in that order. Burundi has the lowest GDP per capita of $237, making it the poorest country in the world. Somalia is the second poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $446, followed by Mozambique as the third poorest country, with a GDP per capita of $500, and the Central African Republic as the fourth poorest country, with a GDP per capita of $511. Madagascar, with a GDP per capita of $515, is the fifth poorest country in the world, while Sierra Leone, with a GDP per capita of $516, is the sixth poorest country in the world. The seventh and eighth poorest countries are the Democratic Republic of the Congo with a GDP per capita of $584, and Niger with a GDP per capita of $595. Finally, Malawi and Liberia are the ninth and tenth poorest countries in the world, with GDPs per capita of $643 and $673 respectively.

The top 10 poorest countries in the world are :

1. Burundi – $237
2. Somalia – $446
3. Mozambique – $500
4. Central African Republic – $511
5. Madagascar – $515
6. Sierra Leone – US$516
7. Democratic Republic of the Congo – $584
8. Niger – $595
9. Malawi – $643
10. Liberia – $673

Poorest Country in the World

Burundi is the poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $237. It is a landlocked country situated in East Africa that has limited natural resources and is often affected by natural disasters such as floods, droughts, and landslides. As a result, the country‚Äôs economy is not very diversified, relying mainly on agriculture which accounts for approximately 90% of the country’s employment, and is likely to be affected by these natural disasters. Burundi has also been experiencing political instability, ethnic conflicts, and social unrest which have contributed significantly to its poverty.

Source

The data used on this page comes from the global organization the World Bank. The GDP per capita is gathered through various sources such as national statistical offices, central banks, and other international organizations and is calculated by dividing the total GDP of a country by its population. The data is presented in US dollars (USD).

Poorest Countries in the World

Albania

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$6,494

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$6,110

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Albania is the third poorest country in Europe, reporting a GDP per capita of $6,494. Despite progress made since the fall of communism, Albania continues to face economic challenges, including high unemployment rates and widespread poverty in rural areas.

Algeria

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$3,765

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#64

$3,660

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#107

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#153

5.5%

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#149

Andorra

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$43,048

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#153

Angola

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$2,138

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#44

$1,770

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#131

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#11

32.3%

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#48

Antigua and Barbuda

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$14,901

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#124

$14,900

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#48

Argentina

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$10,729

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#114

$10,050

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#58

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#41

35.5%

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#43

Armenia

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$4,670

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#76

$4,560

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#94

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#160

26.4%

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#55

Australia

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$59,934

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#166

$56,760

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#11

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#104

12.4%

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#131

Austria

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$53,268

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#163

$52,210

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#15

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#136

13.3%

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#123

Azerbaijan

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$5,384

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#85

$4,880

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#90

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#109

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#147

Bahrain

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$22,232

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#137

Bangladesh

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$2,503

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#50

$2,620

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#118

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#122

24.3%

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#67

Barbados

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$17,034

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#129

$16,720

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#43

Belarus

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$7,304

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#96

$6,950

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#75

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#161

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#150

Belarus is one of the poorest countries in Europe, reporting a GDP per capita of $7,304. Despite its strategic location and well-educated population, Belarus has struggled to achieve significant economic growth.

Belgium

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$51,768

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#161

$50,510

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#17

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#154

14.8%

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#115

Belize

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$4,420

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#73

$4,290

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#98

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#14

Benin

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$1,428

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#30

$1,370

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#141

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#73

38.5%

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#36

Bermuda

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$110,869

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#176

$116,540

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#1

Bolivia

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$3,415

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#58

$3,360

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#113

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#35

37.2%

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#40

Bosnia and Herzegovina

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$6,916

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#93

$6,770

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#77

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#115

16.9%

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#107

Botswana

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$7,348

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#97

$6,940

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#76

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#10

19.3%

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#94

Brazil

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$7,519

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#98

$7,720

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#72

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#17

26.5%

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#54

Brunei

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$31,723

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#148

Bulgaria

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$11,635

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#116

$10,720

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#57

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#56

23.8%

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#69

Burkina Faso

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#19

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#153

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#21

41.4%

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Burkina Faso is one of the worst economies in the world, reporting a GDP per capita of $918. Agriculture is the primary sector in Burkina Faso, but it remains vulnerable to climate change, limited access to resources, and low productivity. The country faces significant challenges in terms of education, healthcare, and infrastructure development.

Burundi

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64.9%

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Burundi is the poorest country in the world and the poorest African country reporting a GDP per capita of $237. Located in East Africa, Burundi has been affected by political instability, civil unrest, and poverty for many years. In addition, the country relies heavily on subsistence agriculture, which has been impacted by climate change and soil degradation. Burundi is also one of the most densely populated countries in Africa, exacerbating food and water scarcity. These factors, combined with limited access to education and healthcare, contribute to the country's extreme poverty.

Cambodia

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$1,591

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#34

$1,550

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#135

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#71

17.7%

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#101

Cambodia is one of the poorest Asian countries with a low GDP per capita of $1,591. While Cambodia has experienced significant economic progress in recent years, it still faces several developmental challenges.

Cameroon

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$1,662

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#36

$1,590

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#134

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#23

37.5%

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#39

Canada

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$52,051

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#162

$48,310

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#19

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#112

11.6%

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#135

Central African Republic

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#4

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#164

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The Central African Republic is the fourth poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $511. The country has been beset by political instability, violence, and poverty for many years. For instance, the Central African Republic has suffered from several coups and ongoing conflict between different armed groups. The country's economy is also primarily agricultural, and subsistence farming is the main livelihood for most of the population. However, recurrent droughts and floods have damaged crops, leading to food insecurity and malnutrition.

Chad

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#159

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#74

42.3%

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#27

Chad is the twelfth worst economy in the world and one of the poorest countries in Africa, with a reported GDP per capita of $696. The country faces numerous economic difficulties, including over-reliance on oil exports, limited infrastructure, and a high poverty rate. Chad's economy is vulnerable to fluctuations in oil prices, and efforts are being made to diversify the economy and promote sectors such as agriculture and tourism.

Chile

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$16,503

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$15,000

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#47

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#29

8.6%

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#142

Colombia

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$6,131

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#89

$6,160

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#80

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#7

35.7%

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#42

Comoros

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$1,495

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#32

$1,460

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#138

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#28

42.4%

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#26

Costa Rica

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$12,509

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#119

$12,310

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#52

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#16

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#84

Croatia

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$17,399

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#130

$17,150

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#42

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#147

18.3%

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#97

Cyprus

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$30,798

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#147

$28,130

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#29

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#129

14.7%

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#117

Czech Republic

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$26,378

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#142

$24,070

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#32

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#159

10.1%

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#137

Democratic Republic of the Congo

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#7

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#163

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#43

63.9%

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The Democratic Republic of the Congo is the seventh poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $584. The country has been affected by conflict, political instability, and poverty for many years. The DRC is rich in natural resources, including minerals, timber, and hydroelectric power. However, these resources have been a source of conflict and corruption, which have hindered economic development. The country also faces significant challenges in healthcare and education, leading to high levels of infant mortality and illiteracy rates.

Denmark

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$67,803

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#169

$68,110

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#6

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#150

12.5%

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#130

Djibouti

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$3,364

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#57

$3,300

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#115

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#46

21.1%

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#83

Dominica

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$7,560

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#99

$7,760

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#71

Dominican Republic

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$8,604

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#103

$8,220

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#69

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#59

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#85

East Timor

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$1,458

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#31

$1,940

Ranked in the World

#130

Ranked in the World

#148

East Timor is one of the poorest Asian countries, reporting a GDP per capita of $1,458. Located in Southeast Asia, East Timor faces significant economic challenges, including a lack of infrastructure and limited diversification of its economy.

Ecuador

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$5,935

Ranked in the World

#87

$5,930

Ranked in the World

#83

Ranked in the World

#22

Ranked in the World

#61

Egypt

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$3,876

Ranked in the World

#66

$3,510

Ranked in the World

#111

Ranked in the World

#127

32.5%

Ranked in the World

#47

El Salvador

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$4,409

Ranked in the World

#72

$4,140

Ranked in the World

#100

Ranked in the World

#63

22.8%

Ranked in the World

#76

El Salvador is the third poorest country in Central America, with a reported GDP per capita of $4,409. The nation faces significant challenges related to poverty, crime, and inequality.

Equatorial Guinea

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$8,462

Ranked in the World

#102

$5,810

Ranked in the World

#84

76.8%

Ranked in the World

#1

Estonia

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$27,281

Ranked in the World

#143

$25,970

Ranked in the World

#31

Ranked in the World

#132

21.7%

Ranked in the World

#81

Eswatini

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$4,215

Ranked in the World

#69

$3,680

Ranked in the World

#106

Ranked in the World

#6

58.9%

Ranked in the World

#10

Ethiopia

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#21

Ranked in the World

#151

Ranked in the World

#95

23.5%

Ranked in the World

#71

Federated States of Micronesia

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$3,477

Ranked in the World

#59

$3,880

Ranked in the World

#103

Fiji

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$5,086

Ranked in the World

#83

$4,860

Ranked in the World

#91

Ranked in the World

#133

29.9%

Ranked in the World

#50

Finland

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$53,983

Ranked in the World

#164

$53,660

Ranked in the World

#14

Ranked in the World

#151

12.2%

Ranked in the World

#133

France

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$43,519

Ranked in the World

#154

$43,880

Ranked in the World

#22

Ranked in the World

#123

13.6%

Ranked in the World

#121

Gabon

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$8,017

Ranked in the World

#101

$7,100

Ranked in the World

#74

Ranked in the World

#70

33.4%

Ranked in the World

#45

Georgia

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$5,042

Ranked in the World

#81

$4,740

Ranked in the World

#93

Ranked in the World

#101

19.5%

Ranked in the World

#93

Germany

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$50,802

Ranked in the World

#159

$51,040

Ranked in the World

#16

Ranked in the World

#126

14.8%

Ranked in the World

#116

Ghana

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$2,445

Ranked in the World

#48

$2,360

Ranked in the World

#122

Ranked in the World

#36

23.4%

Ranked in the World

#73

Greece

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$20,277

Ranked in the World

#134

$20,140

Ranked in the World

#37

Ranked in the World

#113

17.9%

Ranked in the World

#99

Grenada

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$9,929

Ranked in the World

#112

$9,630

Ranked in the World

#61

Guatemala

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$5,026

Ranked in the World

#80

$4,940

Ranked in the World

#89

Ranked in the World

#19

59.3%

Ranked in the World

#9

Guinea

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$1,174

Ranked in the World

#26

$1,010

Ranked in the World

#149

Ranked in the World

#139

43.7%

Ranked in the World

#25

Guinea-Bissau

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#14

Ranked in the World

#157

Ranked in the World

#99

69.3%

Ranked in the World

#4

Guinea-Bissau is the fourteenth worst economy in the world and one of the poorest countries in Africa, with a reported GDP per capita of $813. The country faces numerous economic challenges, including political instability, weak infrastructure, and a high poverty rate. Guinea-Bissau's economy heavily relies on agriculture and cashew nut exports, but it suffers from limited investment and weak governance, hindering its potential for economic growth.

Guyana

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$9,375

Ranked in the World

#108

$9,380

Ranked in the World

#62

Ranked in the World

#31

Haiti

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$1,815

Ranked in the World

#39

$1,420

Ranked in the World

#139

Ranked in the World

#48

58.5%

Ranked in the World

#11

Honduras

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$2,831

Ranked in the World

#54

$2,540

Ranked in the World

#119

Ranked in the World

#20

48.3%

Ranked in the World

#21

Honduras is the second poorest country in Central America, reporting a GDP per capita of $2,831. The nation confronts various socioeconomic issues, including widespread poverty, inequality, and limited job opportunities.

Hong Kong

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$49,661

Ranked in the World

#158

$54,450

Ranked in the World

#13

Ranked in the World

#9

Hungary

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$18,773

Ranked in the World

#133

$17,740

Ranked in the World

#41

Ranked in the World

#138

12.3%

Ranked in the World

#132

Iceland

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$68,384

Ranked in the World

#170

$64,410

Ranked in the World

#7

Ranked in the World

#155

8.8%

Ranked in the World

#140

India

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$2,277

Ranked in the World

#46

$2,170

Ranked in the World

#125

Ranked in the World

#86

21.9%

Ranked in the World

#79

Indonesia

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$4,292

Ranked in the World

#70

$4,140

Ranked in the World

#101

Ranked in the World

#72

9.4%

Ranked in the World

#139

Iraq

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$5,048

Ranked in the World

#82

$5,040

Ranked in the World

#88

Ranked in the World

#141

18.9%

Ranked in the World

#95

Ireland

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$99,152

Ranked in the World

#175

$74,520

Ranked in the World

#4

Ranked in the World

#135

13.1%

Ranked in the World

#124

Israel

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$51,430

Ranked in the World

#160

$49,560

Ranked in the World

#18

Ranked in the World

#66

16.9%

Ranked in the World

#108

Italy

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$35,551

Ranked in the World

#151

$35,710

Ranked in the World

#24

Ranked in the World

#92

20.1%

Ranked in the World

#90

Ivory Coast

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$2,579

Ranked in the World

#52

$2,450

Ranked in the World

#121

Ranked in the World

#78

39.5%

Ranked in the World

#35

Jamaica

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$4,587

Ranked in the World

#75

$4,800

Ranked in the World

#92

Ranked in the World

#96

19.9%

Ranked in the World

#92

Japan

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$39,285

Ranked in the World

#152

$42,620

Ranked in the World

#23

Ranked in the World

#116

15.7%

Ranked in the World

#111

Jordan

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$4,406

Ranked in the World

#71

$4,480

Ranked in the World

#96

Ranked in the World

#110

15.7%

Ranked in the World

#112

Kazakhstan

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$10,041

Ranked in the World

#113

$8,720

Ranked in the World

#65

Ranked in the World

#149

4.3%

Ranked in the World

#152

Kenya

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$2,007

Ranked in the World

#41

$2,010

Ranked in the World

#127

Ranked in the World

#52

36.1%

Ranked in the World

#41

Kyrgyzstan

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$1,276

Ranked in the World

#29

$1,180

Ranked in the World

#144

Ranked in the World

#146

20.1%

Ranked in the World

#91

Kyrgyzstan is the fifth poorest Asian country and one of the world's poorest countries with a GDP per capita of $1,276. Situated in Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan has a predominantly agricultural economy, and its mountainous terrain presents challenges for infrastructure development. The country has experienced political and social instability, which has further hampered its economic growth and efforts to reduce poverty.

Laos

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$2,551

Ranked in the World

#51

$2,520

Ranked in the World

#120

Ranked in the World

#64

18.3%

Ranked in the World

#98

Latvia

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$20,642

Ranked in the World

#135

$19,370

Ranked in the World

#39

Ranked in the World

#102

22.9%

Ranked in the World

#75

Lebanon

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$2,670

Ranked in the World

#53

$3,450

Ranked in the World

#112

Ranked in the World

#125

27.4%

Ranked in the World

#53

Lesotho

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$1,166

Ranked in the World

#25

$1,270

Ranked in the World

#142

Ranked in the World

#30

49.7%

Ranked in the World

#19

Liberia

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Ranked in the World

#10

Ranked in the World

#161

Ranked in the World

#89

50.9%

Ranked in the World

#18

Liberia is the tenth poorest country in the world with a GDP per capita of $673. It is a small country located on the west coast of Africa and is still recovering from a devastating civil war that ended in 2003. Liberia's economy is heavily dependent on agriculture, mining, and foreign aid. The country faces numerous challenges such as high unemployment, a weak infrastructure, and a low level of education among its population. Liberia has also struggled with political instability and corruption, which have hindered its development.

Libya

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$6,018

Ranked in the World

#88

$8,430

Ranked in the World

#67

Lithuania

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$23,433

Ranked in the World

#138

$21,610

Ranked in the World

#35

Ranked in the World

#90

20.6%

Ranked in the World

#87

Luxembourg

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$135,683

Ranked in the World

#177

Ranked in the World

#106

17.5%

Ranked in the World

#102

Macau

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$45,422

Ranked in the World

#155

Ranked in the World

#97

Madagascar

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Ranked in the World

#5

Ranked in the World

#166

Ranked in the World

#39

70.7%

Ranked in the World

#3

Madagascar is the fifth poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $515. Located off the southeastern coast of Africa, Madagascar has a rich biodiversity and natural resources, but poverty remains widespread. The country's economy is largely dependent on agriculture, particularly rice cultivation. However, climate change has led to recurrent droughts and floods, impacting agricultural productivity. Madagascar also faces high levels of deforestation, loss of biodiversity, and soil erosion, further contributing to poverty.

Malawi

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#9

Ranked in the World

#160

Ranked in the World

#67

51.5%

Ranked in the World

#17

Malawi is the ninth poorest country in the world with a GDP per capita of $643. It is a landlocked country in southeastern Africa and has a predominantly agricultural economy. Malawi faces numerous challenges such as a rapidly growing population, the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and high rates of poverty and malnutrition. The country has also experienced political instability with periodic episodes of violence and unrest, further contributing to the country’s poverty.

Malaysia

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$11,371

Ranked in the World

#115

$10,930

Ranked in the World

#55

Ranked in the World

#49

5.6%

Ranked in the World

#148

Maldives

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$8,995

Ranked in the World

#105

$8,400

Ranked in the World

#68

Ranked in the World

#142

8.2%

Ranked in the World

#144

Mali

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#20

Ranked in the World

#152

Ranked in the World

#84

42.1%

Ranked in the World

#28

Mali is one of the worst economies in the world, reporting a GDP per capita of $918. The country has faced political instability and conflict, which have had adverse effects on its economic development. Mali's economy is heavily dependent on agriculture, and the lack of diversification, along with other challenges such as poverty and inadequate infrastructure, hinders its economic progress.

Malta

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$33,257

Ranked in the World

#149

$30,560

Ranked in the World

#26

Ranked in the World

#130

17.1%

Ranked in the World

#105

Marshall Islands

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$4,171

Ranked in the World

#68

$5,050

Ranked in the World

#87

Mauritania

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$1,723

Ranked in the World

#37

$1,730

Ranked in the World

#132

Ranked in the World

#121

Ranked in the World

#49

Mauritius

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$8,812

Ranked in the World

#104

$10,860

Ranked in the World

#56

Ranked in the World

#79

10.3%

Ranked in the World

#136

Mexico

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$9,926

Ranked in the World

#111

$9,380

Ranked in the World

#63

Ranked in the World

#27

41.9%

Ranked in the World

#29

Moldova

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$5,315

Ranked in the World

#84

$5,460

Ranked in the World

#85

Ranked in the World

#156

7.3%

Ranked in the World

#145

Moldova is the second poorest country in Europe, with a reported GDP per capita of $5,315. The country has faced socioeconomic challenges, including high levels of poverty.

Mongolia

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$4,535

Ranked in the World

#74

$3,760

Ranked in the World

#105

Ranked in the World

#120

28.4%

Ranked in the World

#52

Montenegro

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$9,367

Ranked in the World

#107

$9,300

Ranked in the World

#64

Ranked in the World

#80

24.5%

Ranked in the World

#66

Montenegro is one of the poorest countries in Europe, reporting a GDP per capita of $9,367. As a small country with limited resources, Montenegro faces challenges in diversifying its economy.

Morocco

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$3,497

Ranked in the World

#60

$3,350

Ranked in the World

#114

Ranked in the World

#60

4.8%

Ranked in the World

#151

Mozambique

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#3

Ranked in the World

#167

Ranked in the World

#8

46.1%

Ranked in the World

#24

Mozambique is the third poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $500. Despite being rich in natural resources, including coal and natural gas, the country has struggled with poverty, inequality, and political instability. Mozambique has been severely affected by natural disasters such as cyclones, floods, and droughts which have destroyed infrastructure and damaged crops. Infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and malaria further contribute to the country’s poverty.

Myanmar

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$1,187

Ranked in the World

#27

$1,140

Ranked in the World

#146

Ranked in the World

#134

24.8%

Ranked in the World

#65

Myanmar is the third poorest Asian country and one of the poorest countries in the world, reporting a GDP per capita of $1,187. Despite its rich cultural heritage and abundant natural resources, Myanmar has faced significant economic challenges due to political instability and conflicts. Poverty, lack of infrastructure, and limited access to basic services are among the issues that the country continues to grapple with.

Namibia

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$4,729

Ranked in the World

#77

$4,550

Ranked in the World

#95

Ranked in the World

#2

17.4%

Ranked in the World

#103

Nauru

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$12,252

Ranked in the World

#118

$19,470

Ranked in the World

#38

Nepal

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$1,223

Ranked in the World

#28

$1,230

Ranked in the World

#143

Ranked in the World

#117

25.2%

Ranked in the World

#60

Nepal is the fourth poorest Asian country and one of the world's poorest countries with a GDP per capita of $1,223. This landlocked nation in South Asia faces various socioeconomic challenges, including high levels of poverty, limited infrastructure, and a heavy reliance on agriculture. Nepal has made progress in recent years in areas such as education and health, but significant efforts are still required to improve the standard of living for its population.

Netherlands

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$58,061

Ranked in the World

#165

$56,370

Ranked in the World

#12

Ranked in the World

#144

13.6%

Ranked in the World

#122

New Zealand

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$48,802

Ranked in the World

#157

$45,340

Ranked in the World

#21

Ranked in the World

#83

Nicaragua

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$2,091

Ranked in the World

#43

$2,010

Ranked in the World

#128

Ranked in the World

#24

24.9%

Ranked in the World

#63

Nicaragua is the poorest country in Central America, reporting a GDP per capita of $2,091. Despite its rich natural resources and potential for growth, Nicaragua faces significant economic challenges, including high poverty rates and limited access to quality education and healthcare.

Niger

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#8

Ranked in the World

#162

Ranked in the World

#77

40.8%

Ranked in the World

#32

Niger is the eighth poorest country in the world with a GDP per capita of $595. The country is located in West Africa and is one of the largest countries in the region. Niger has a predominantly rural economy and is heavily dependent on subsistence agriculture and livestock production. Yet, the country faces numerous challenges such as desertification, frequent droughts, and a rapidly growing population. Niger has also experienced political instability and a high level of corruption, which has hindered its development.

Nigeria

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$2,085

Ranked in the World

#42

$2,100

Ranked in the World

#126

Ranked in the World

#93

40.1%

Ranked in the World

#33

Norway

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$89,203

Ranked in the World

#173

$84,090

Ranked in the World

#3

Ranked in the World

#152

12.7%

Ranked in the World

#126

Oman

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$16,439

Ranked in the World

#126

Pakistan

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$1,538

Ranked in the World

#33

$1,500

Ranked in the World

#137

Ranked in the World

#140

24.3%

Ranked in the World

#68

Pakistan, with a GDP per capita of $1,538, is also among the poorest Asian countries. Despite its large population and potential for economic growth, Pakistan faces numerous socioeconomic challenges, including poverty, high unemployment rates, and insufficient access to quality education and healthcare.

Palestine

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$3,664

Ranked in the World

#62

$4,220

Ranked in the World

#99

29.2%

Ranked in the World

#51

Panama

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$14,516

Ranked in the World

#122

$14,010

Ranked in the World

#50

Ranked in the World

#15

22.1%

Ranked in the World

#78

Papua New Guinea

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$2,916

Ranked in the World

#55

$2,790

Ranked in the World

#117

Ranked in the World

#44

39.9%

Ranked in the World

#34

Paraguay

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$5,400

Ranked in the World

#86

$5,340

Ranked in the World

#86

Ranked in the World

#37

23.5%

Ranked in the World

#72

People's Republic of China

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$12,556

Ranked in the World

#120

$11,890

Ranked in the World

#53

Ranked in the World

#68

Ranked in the World

#125

Peru

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$6,692

Ranked in the World

#91

$6,520

Ranked in the World

#78

Ranked in the World

#33

20.2%

Ranked in the World

#89

Philippines

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$3,549

Ranked in the World

#61

$3,640

Ranked in the World

#108

Ranked in the World

#42

16.7%

Ranked in the World

#109

Poland

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$17,841

Ranked in the World

#131

$16,670

Ranked in the World

#44

Ranked in the World

#137

15.4%

Ranked in the World

#113

Portugal

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$24,262

Ranked in the World

#141

$23,730

Ranked in the World

#33

Ranked in the World

#118

17.2%

Ranked in the World

#104

Qatar

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$61,276

Ranked in the World

#168

$57,120

Ranked in the World

#10

Ranked in the World

#50

Republic of Macedonia

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$6,721

Ranked in the World

#92

$6,130

Ranked in the World

#81

Republic of the Congo

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$2,214

Ranked in the World

#45

$1,630

Ranked in the World

#133

Ranked in the World

#18

40.9%

Ranked in the World

#31

Romania

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$14,862

Ranked in the World

#123

$14,170

Ranked in the World

#49

Ranked in the World

#100

23.8%

Ranked in the World

#70

Russia

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$12,173

Ranked in the World

#117

$11,600

Ranked in the World

#54

Ranked in the World

#85

12.6%

Ranked in the World

#129

Rwanda

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#15

Ranked in the World

#154

Ranked in the World

#34

38.2%

Ranked in the World

#38

Rwanda is the fifteenth worst economy globally, reporting a GDP per capita of $834. Despite its progress in various areas, including governance and social development, Rwanda still faces economic challenges. The country's economy is primarily agriculture-based, and efforts are being made to diversify and develop sectors such as tourism and information technology. Rwanda continues to implement policies aimed at promoting economic growth and reducing poverty levels.

Saint Kitts and Nevis

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$18,230

Ranked in the World

#132

$18,560

Ranked in the World

#40

Saint Lucia

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$9,571

Ranked in the World

#109

$9,680

Ranked in the World

#60

Ranked in the World

#12

Ranked in the World

#62

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

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$7,997

Ranked in the World

#100

$8,100

Ranked in the World

#70

São Tomé and Príncipe

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$2,449

Ranked in the World

#49

$2,280

Ranked in the World

#124

Ranked in the World

#54

Saudi Arabia

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$23,586

Ranked in the World

#139

Ranked in the World

#25

Senegal

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$1,606

Ranked in the World

#35

$1,540

Ranked in the World

#136

Ranked in the World

#69

46.7%

Ranked in the World

#22

Serbia

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$9,215

Ranked in the World

#106

$8,440

Ranked in the World

#66

Ranked in the World

#103

23.2%

Ranked in the World

#74

Serbia, with a GDP per capita of $9,215, is also considered one of the poorest countries in Europe. The country has faced numerous economic challenges since the dissolution of Yugoslavia.

Seychelles

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$13,307

Ranked in the World

#121

$13,260

Ranked in the World

#51

Ranked in the World

#124

25.3%

Ranked in the World

#59

Sierra Leone

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Ranked in the World

#6

Ranked in the World

#165

Ranked in the World

#87

56.8%

Ranked in the World

#12

Sierra Leone is the sixth poorest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $516. The country has suffered from years of political instability, civil war, and natural disasters. In addition, Sierra Leone's economy is largely dependent on agriculture, particularly rice cultivation, which has been severely impacted by climate change. The country also faces significant challenges in healthcare and education, leading to high levels of infant mortality and illiteracy rates.

Singapore

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$72,794

Ranked in the World

#172

$64,010

Ranked in the World

#8

Ranked in the World

#26

Slovakia

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$21,088

Ranked in the World

#136

$20,250

Ranked in the World

#36

Ranked in the World

#163

Slovenia

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$29,201

Ranked in the World

#145

$28,240

Ranked in the World

#28

Ranked in the World

#162

Ranked in the World

#134

Solomon Islands

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$2,337

Ranked in the World

#47

$2,300

Ranked in the World

#123

12.7%

Ranked in the World

#127

Somalia

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#2

Ranked in the World

#168

Ranked in the World

#81

Somalia is the second poorest country in the world and the second poorest African country, reporting a GDP per capita of $446. The country has been devastated by decades of conflict, terrorism, and droughts. The ongoing civil war and the presence of extremist groups have destabilized the country, leading to a severe humanitarian crisis. Somalia's economy is also heavily dependent on agriculture and livestock, which have been severely impacted by climate change and insecurity. Finally, the lack of access to basic services such as healthcare and education further exacerbates the country's poverty.

South Africa

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$6,994

Ranked in the World

#94

$6,440

Ranked in the World

#79

Ranked in the World

#1

55.5%

Ranked in the World

#13

South Korea

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$34,758

Ranked in the World

#150

$34,980

Ranked in the World

#25

Ranked in the World

#128

Spain

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$30,116

Ranked in the World

#146

$29,740

Ranked in the World

#27

Ranked in the World

#105

20.7%

Ranked in the World

#86

Sri Lanka

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$3,815

Ranked in the World

#65

$3,820

Ranked in the World

#104

Ranked in the World

#61

4.1%

Ranked in the World

#153

Sudan

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#13

Ranked in the World

#158

Ranked in the World

#107

46.5%

Ranked in the World

#23

Sudan is the thirteenth worst economy in the world and one of the poorest countries in Africa, reporting a GDP per capita of $764. The country has faced significant economic challenges, including political instability, sanctions, and limited access to international markets. Sudan's economy is heavily dependent on agriculture and natural resources, and structural reforms are necessary to address the country's economic issues and promote sustainable development.

Suriname

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$4,836

Ranked in the World

#78

$4,440

Ranked in the World

#97

Ranked in the World

#3

Sweden

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$60,239

Ranked in the World

#167

$58,890

Ranked in the World

#9

Ranked in the World

#143

17.1%

Ranked in the World

#106

Switzerland

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$93,457

Ranked in the World

#174

$90,360

Ranked in the World

#2

Ranked in the World

#114

Ranked in the World

#110

Tajikistan

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#18

$1,150

Ranked in the World

#145

Ranked in the World

#108

26.3%

Ranked in the World

#57

Tajikistan is the second poorest Asian country and one of the worst economies in the world, reporting a GDP per capita of $897. The country's economy heavily relies on remittances from migrant workers, particularly those working in Russia. Tajikistan faces challenges such as limited job opportunities, inadequate infrastructure, and high levels of poverty.

Tanzania

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$1,136

Ranked in the World

#24

$1,140

Ranked in the World

#147

Ranked in the World

#55

26.4%

Ranked in the World

#56

Thailand

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$7,233

Ranked in the World

#95

$7,260

Ranked in the World

#73

Ranked in the World

#98

9.9%

Ranked in the World

#138

The Bahamas

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$28,239

Ranked in the World

#144

$27,220

Ranked in the World

#30

The Gambia

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#16

Ranked in the World

#156

The Gambia is one of the worst economies in the world, reporting a GDP per capita of $836. Situated in West Africa, The Gambia faces numerous economic challenges, including high unemployment rates and a heavy reliance on agriculture. The country has limited natural resources and relies heavily on tourism and remittances to support its economy.

Togo

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#22

Ranked in the World

#150

Ranked in the World

#40

55.1%

Ranked in the World

#14

Trinidad and Tobago

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$15,243

Ranked in the World

#125

$15,070

Ranked in the World

#46

Ranked in the World

#57

Tunisia

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$3,924

Ranked in the World

#67

$3,630

Ranked in the World

#109

Ranked in the World

#119

15.2%

Ranked in the World

#114

Turkey

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$9,587

Ranked in the World

#110

$9,830

Ranked in the World

#59

Ranked in the World

#45

14.4%

Ranked in the World

#118

Turks and Caicos Islands

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$24,047

Ranked in the World

#140

$23,600

Ranked in the World

#34

Uganda

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#17

Ranked in the World

#155

Ranked in the World

#38

21.4%

Ranked in the World

#82

Uganda is one of the worst economies in the world, reporting a GDP per capita of $858. Despite being rich in natural resources such as fertile land and minerals, Uganda has struggled to translate these resources into sustainable economic growth. Poverty and income inequality remain prevalent, and the country continues to grapple with issues related to infrastructure, education, and healthcare.

Ukraine

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$4,836

Ranked in the World

#79

$4,120

Ranked in the World

#102

Ranked in the World

#158

1.1%

Ranked in the World

#154

Ukraine is the poorest country in Europe, reporting a GDP per capita of $4,836. Despite its vast natural resources and potential for economic growth, Ukraine has faced significant challenges, including political instability and the ongoing conflict in the eastern region.

United Kingdom

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$47,334

Ranked in the World

#156

$45,380

Ranked in the World

#20

Ranked in the World

#94

18.6%

Ranked in the World

#96

United States of America

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$69,288

Ranked in the World

#171

$70,430

Ranked in the World

#5