Myanmar Gdp 2014Burma GDP 2014
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Myanmar - Myanmar GDP - Gross Domestic Product 2014
Burma's gross domestic product - Myanmar - increased by 8% in 2014 year-on-year. GDP was $49,360 65,575 million in 2014, Burma - Myanmar is number 71 in the 196 country rankings we rank. Burma - Myanmar's GDP in real terms increased by $4,083-5,442 million year-on-year.
Burma's GDP per head - Myanmar was ?960$1,275 in 2014, ?72$95 higher than in 2013, and ?888$1,180. It is interesting to look back a few years and look at the development of GDP per head and comparing these figures with those of 2004, when GDP per head in Burma - Myanmar was ?205$255.
Burma-Myanmar ranks 161st if we classify them by GDP per head. In this respect, the country's people are among the 196 least prosperous whose GDP we are publishing. We show you the development of GDP in Burma - Myanmar.
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