GNI per person, annual growth rate

percent, 1961–2016

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    1961 Ranking
    1. Gabon 13.19
    2. Spain 10.84
    3. Greece 10.44
    4. Togo 10.18
    5. Panama 9.94
    6. Trinidad and Tobago 9.86
    7. Japan 9.10
    8. Italy 7.43
    9. Brazil 7.10
    10. Finland 6.78
    11. Malaysia 5.88
    12. Norway 5.46
    13. Congo (Brazzaville) 5.39
    14. Luxembourg 5.29
    15. Sweden 5.15
    16. Austria 4.96
    17. Peru 4.82
    18. Singapore 4.65
    19. Portugal 4.57
    20. Belgium 4.35
    21. South Korea 4.07
    22. France 4.04
    23. Nicaragua 3.95
    24. Argentina 3.80
    25. Chile 3.09
    26. Philippines 2.90
    27. Indonesia 2.78
    28. Thailand 2.29
    29. Colombia 2.08
    30. Mexico 1.89
    31. Benin 1.72
    32. India 1.56
    33. Uruguay 1.29
    34. Guatemala 1.15
    35. South Africa 0.96
    36. Canada 0.91
    37. Australia 0.57
    38. Fiji 0.15
    39. Madagascar -0.32
    40. Chad -0.99
    41. Netherlands -1.55
    42. Ecuador -1.58
    43. Iceland -1.94
    44. Sudan -3.16
    45. Honduras -3.48
    46. Costa Rica -4.61
    47. Somalia -5.26
    48. Dominican Republic -6.81
    49. Kenya -10.21
    50. Congo (Kinshasa) -13.39
    51. Algeria -13.54
    2016 Ranking
    1. Iceland 9.28
    2. Ireland 7.23
    3. Ivory Coast 6.18
    4. Bhutan 5.95
    5. India 5.79
    6. Uzbekistan 5.72
    7. Laos 5.64
    8. Bulgaria 5.34
    9. Bangladesh 5.29
    10. Cambodia 5.19
    11. Dominican Republic 5.03
    12. Ethiopia 4.97
    13. Philippines 4.91
    14. Romania 4.73
    15. Bolivia 4.22
    16. Albania 4.17
    17. Togo 4.08
    18. Vietnam 4.06
    19. Pakistan 3.93
    20. Tanzania 3.80
    21. Indonesia 3.70
    22. Lithuania 3.68
    23. Burkina Faso 3.55
    24. Nicaragua 3.55
    25. Moldova 3.45
    26. Spain 3.40
    27. Latvia 3.33
    28. Kenya 3.28
    29. Rwanda 3.22
    30. Slovenia 3.17
    31. Czech Republic 3.14
    32. Central African Republic 3.08
    33. Thailand 3.08
    34. Antigua and Barbuda 3.07
    35. Hong Kong 3.01
    36. Hungary 3.00
    37. Ukraine 2.97
    38. Senegal 2.90
    39. Sri Lanka 2.90
    40. Paraguay 2.83
    41. Poland 2.70
    42. Malaysia 2.65
    43. Panama 2.63
    44. Portugal 2.57
    45. Peru 2.52
    46. Slovakia 2.47
    47. Serbia 2.40
    48. Kosovo 2.35
    49. Costa Rica 2.32
    50. Egypt 2.29
    51. South Korea 2.19
    52. Algeria 2.19
    53. Sweden 2.17
    54. Israel 2.12
    55. Cameroon 2.11
    56. Singapore 2.07
    57. Estonia 2.06
    58. Malta 1.97
    59. Sudan 1.93
    60. United Arab Emirates 1.87
    61. Italy 1.84
    62. Mali 1.81
    63. Honduras 1.70
    64. Benin 1.53
    65. Uruguay 1.45
    66. El Salvador 1.42
    67. France 1.38
    68. Australia 1.35
    69. Turkey 1.34
    70. Colombia 1.25
    71. Montenegro 1.22
    72. United Kingdom 1.21
    73. Croatia 1.19
    74. Uganda 1.17
    75. Gabon 1.16
    76. Guinea 1.15
    77. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 1.13
    78. Finland 1.08
    79. Mexico 1.05
    80. Ghana 0.99
    81. Guatemala 0.98
    82. Madagascar 0.95
    83. Netherlands 0.89
    84. Greece 0.79
    85. Chile 0.55
    86. Austria 0.53
    87. Canada 0.41
    88. Norway 0.39
    89. Dominica 0.38
    90. Haiti 0.37
    91. Jamaica 0.34
    92. Germany 0.14
    93. Mozambique 0.01
    94. Morocco -0.17
    95. Nepal -0.18
    96. Denmark -0.20
    97. Malawi -0.23
    98. Mongolia -0.25
    99. Russia -0.28
    100. West Bank and Gaza -0.32
    101. Belgium -0.32
    102. Georgia -0.33
    103. Cyprus -0.64
    104. Saudi Arabia -0.65
    105. Lebanon -0.69
    106. Jordan -0.86
    107. Gambia -0.94
    108. Bahamas -1.11
    109. South Africa -1.64
    110. Zimbabwe -1.70
    111. Congo (Kinshasa) -1.74
    112. Armenia -1.86
    113. Belize -2.87
    114. Ecuador -3.11
    115. Argentina -3.68
    116. Liberia -3.85
    117. Burundi -4.10
    118. Brazil -4.31
    119. Trinidad and Tobago -5.43
    120. Sierra Leone -5.78
    121. Chad -8.88
    122. Congo (Brazzaville) -9.71
    123. Suriname -14.12
    124. Luxembourg -28.54

    GNI (formerly GNP) per capita is gross national income divided by midyear population. GNI is the sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in the valuation of output plus net receipts of primary income (compensation of employees and property income) from abroad.

    Source: World Bank