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Country or AreaYearValue 
Albania20198.31
Albania20187.91
Albania20177.61
Albania20167.31
Albania20157.71
Albania201471
Albania20128.92
Albania20088.92
Albania20058.42
Albania20028.42
Albania19969.23
Algeria20119.44
Algeria199575
Algeria19886.56
Angola20183.87
Angola20085.48
Angola20003.21
Argentina20204.89
Argentina20194.79
Argentina201859
Argentina20175.19
Argentina20164.99
Argentina20145.19
Argentina201359
Argentina201259
Argentina20114.89
Argentina20104.69
Argentina20094.39
Argentina20084.29
Argentina20074.19
Argentina20063.99
Argentina20053.89
Argentina20043.69
Argentina20033.39
Argentina20022.810
Argentina20012.610
Argentina20003.210
Argentina19993.510
Argentina19983.410
Argentina19973.510
Argentina19963.510
Argentina19953.810
Argentina19944.410
Argentina19934.510
Argentina19924.610
Argentina19914.810
Argentina19874.610
Argentina19865.110
Argentina19805.311
Armenia202010.212

Footnotes

1 - Based on data from HBS. Estimated from unit-record consumption data.
2 - Based on data from LSMS. Estimated from unit-record consumption data.
3 - Based on data from EWS. Estimated from unit-record consumption data.
4 - Based on data from ENCNVM. Estimated from grouped consumption data.
5 - Based on data from ENMNV. Estimated from grouped consumption data.
6 - Based on data from EDCM. Estimated from grouped consumption data.
7 - Based on data from IDREA. Estimated from unit-record consumption data.
8 - Based on data from IBEP-MICS. Estimated from unit-record consumption data.
9 - Based on data from EPHC-S2. Estimated from unit-record income data. Urban only.
10 - Based on data from EPH. Estimated from unit-record income data. Urban only.
11 - Based on data from EPH. Estimated from grouped income data. Urban only.
12 - Based on data from ILCS. Estimated from unit-record consumption data.
Source

World Development Indicators

Source:  The World Bank

The World Development Indicators (WDI) is the statistical benchmark that helps measure the progress of development.

The WDI provides a comprehensive overview of development drawing on data from the World Bank and more than 30 partners.

The World Development Indicators (WDI) publication is the World Bank's premier annual compilation of data about development. The complete WDI database includes more than 1,200 indicators.
Last update in UNdata: 2022/10/11
Next update in UNdata: 2023/05/01