Indonesia Are on the Fifth Place Revenue Per Capita in Southeast Asia

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, January 08 2018 - 20:46 IWST

Ilustrasi Rupiah (ist)
Ilustrasi Rupiah (ist) - Jakarta - Revenue per capita is one measure of prosperity of a country. The International Monetary Fund in its recently released report mentions Indonesian per capita income per October 2017 of US $ 13,120.

The per capita income is assessed by purchasing power parity. The purchasing power parity is used to determine the economic productivity and standard of living among countries around the world over a period of time.

Of the eleven countries in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is ranked fifth with the figure per capita income.

Here is the order of per capita income of Southeast Asian countries:

     Singapore - US $ 93,680

     Brunei Darussalam - US $ 77,700

     Malaysia - US $ 30,430

     Thailand - US $ 18,730

     Indonesia - US $ 13,120

     Philippines - US $ 8,780

     Laos - US $ 7,910

     Vietnam - US $ 7,380

     Myanmar - US $ 6,850

     Timor Leste - US $ 4,990

     Cambodia - US $ 4,300

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