High, Low, and Middle-Income Countries - Explained
What are High, Low, and Middle-Income Countries?
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The factors used to designate a country as high, middle, and low income include economic growth, inflation, exchange rates, and population growth influence GNI per capita.
The below figure demonstrate the 2021 economic bans for Gross National Income.
What is a High Income Country?
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What is a Low-Income Country?
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