Myanmar per Capita Income 2015Burma Per capita income 2015
Burma | GDP: per capita
Myanmar's GDP: Per capita figures were recorded at 1,506,527.00 MMK in March 2017. Myanmar's GDP: Per capita figures are annually adjusted and average 194,500.50 MMK from March 1986 to 2017, with 24 observed. In 2017, the figures hit an all-time high of 1,506,527.00 MMK and a low of 1,510.00 MMK in 1986.
Myanmar GDP: Per capita figures remain in CEIC and are declared by the Central Statistical Organisation. This information is categorised in the Myanmar Global Database - Table MM.A001: Gross Domestic Product: The CEIC website shows only a selection of our set of performance measures. No information is available for the appointments you have made.
Burma GDP per capita (USD)
Myanmar's production industry was in good health until May. In order to promote investments abroad, the new company code will enter into force on 1 August, which allows for the acquisition by non-German enterprises of up to 35% of the shares in them. In 2017, FDI inward flows accounted for more than a fourth of capital formation, increasing by 45% compared to the previous year.
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Global GDP per capita Ranking 2017 | Data and graphs | Forecast
The per capita GNP defines the degree of the economy's development: the higher a country's per capita GNP, the higher its citizens' prosperity. From the beginning of the 20th and 21st centuries, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Norway have had the sustained high position of per capita GNP at constant exchange rates, with Luxembourg being the number one.
Luxembourg's per capita GNP rose by $3,613 to around $110,000 in 2017 from 2016. Luxembourg's actual gross domestic product in 2017 is expected to grow by 3.5 per cent, 2.6 per cent more than in the year before. Per capita PPP is a more precise indicator that determines the degree of the economy's performance and rate of expansion.
According to this analysis, Qatar has the highest per capita GNP in the rest of the word, while Luxembourg is in second place. Under the Global Purchasing Powers Parities and Expenditures International Comparison Program, the PPP between two different currencies, A and A, is the proportion of the number of entities of the local language of A required to buy a particular good or services in local language A, the same amount that one entity of the local language of local language buys in local language in local language in local language B. PPPs can be denominated in the local language of one of the two nationalities.
Usually they are calculated among a large number of jurisdictions and denominated in a common foreign exchange rate, with the US Dollars (US$) being the most common basic or "numerical" currencies.