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Source: World Development Indicators | The World Bank

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Country or AreaYearValue 
Afghanistan201135.81
Afghanistan200736.31
Albania201214.32
Albania200812.43
Albania200518.53
Albania200225.43
Algeria20115.54
Angola200836.65
Argentina201725.76
Argentina201630.36
Armenia201629.47
Armenia201529.87
Armenia2014307
Armenia2013327
Armenia201232.47
Armenia2011357
Armenia201035.87
Armenia200934.17
Armenia200827.67
Armenia200726.47
Armenia200630.27
Armenia200540.17
Armenia200453.57
Azerbaijan201268
Azerbaijan20117.68
Azerbaijan20109.18
Azerbaijan200910.98
Azerbaijan200813.28
Azerbaijan200715.88
Azerbaijan200149.69
Bangladesh201624.310
Bangladesh201031.511
Bangladesh20054012
Bangladesh200048.912
Belarus20165.713
Belarus20155.113
Belarus20144.813
Belarus20135.513
Belarus20126.313
Belarus20117.313
Belarus20105.213
Belarus20095.413
Belarus20086.113
Belarus20077.713
Belarus200611.113
Belarus200512.713
Belarus200417.813
Belarus200327.113
Belarus200230.513
Belarus200128.913

Footnotes

1 - Source: Central Statistic Organization (CSO) ALCS 2013-14 Poverty report (http://cso.gov.af/Content/files/ALCS/POVERTY.pdf). Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
2 - Source: Instat and World Bank (2013). ALBANIA: TRENDS IN POVERTY 2002-2005-2008-2012. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
3 - Source: Albania: trends in poverty 2002-2005-2008. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
4 - Source: La Pauvrete en Algerie en 2011. Direction Des Statistiques Sociales et des Revenus. Septembre 2014. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
5 - Source: Angola -Inquérito Integrado sobre o Bem-Estar da População IBEP, 2010. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
6 - Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadisticas y Censos (INDEC), EPH-C, Second semester. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
7 - Source: National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
8 - Source: Statistical yearbook of Azerbaijan, 2013. State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
9 - Source: Azerbaijan: Living Conditions Assessment Report, Report No. 52801-AZ, March 2010. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
10 - Source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics based on Household Income and Expenditure Survey.
11 - Source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Source; HIES 2010; based on the BBS method anchored to HIES (2005) upper poverty lines; inflation adjustment based on HIES data, not CPI. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
12 - Source: HIES 1991/92, 1995/96, 2000, and 2005; based on the BBS method anchored to HIES (2005) upper poverty lines deflated to adjust for inflation to generate comparable poverty lines for earlier years. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
13 - Source: Social conditions and living standards of the population in the Republic of Belarus. National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus. The welfare measure used is consumption per adult equivalent. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
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.
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