Top Ten Poorest Countries In The World

This is the latest Data of each 10 countries in the below list issued by IMF in October 2015 it includes all details which is sufficient enough to view and analyze the countries conditions and environment.

Top Ten poorest countries in the world

                              Country GDP (nominal)
(M$)
GDP (nominal)
per capita ($)
GDP (PPP)
(M$)
GDP (PPP)
per capita ($)
Population
(thousand)
PPP
    1                      Burundi 3,094 336 8,409 914 9,201 37
    2                       Malawi 6,055 344 19,580 1,112 17,604 31
    3     Central African Republic 1,726 367 2,865 609 4,701 60
    4                      Gambia 824 427 3,093 1,605 1,927 27
    5   Democratic Republic of the Congo
35,918 453 57,775 729 79,301 62
     6                 Madagascar 10,674 453 34,052 1,445 23,572 31
     7                       Niger 8,024 469 18,003 1,052 17,116 45
    8                      Liberia 2,013 481 3,711 886 4,187 54
    9                      Guinea 6,707 557 15,128 1,257 12,039 44
   10                    Eritrea 3,858 590 7,842 1,200 6,537 49

 

Top Ten Poorest Countries In The World

In the list first that has the lowest GDP per Income (Burundi) which has less than 1000$ including purchasing power.

Malawi dropped to second place from first spot only via aids from IMF, better administration and political policy which gained some trust to the investor to invest that created jobs and decreased unemployment.

Africa stands in the third place thanks to the civil war from 2 decades which couldn’t be able to stable the country and business resultant loss of confidence and trust.

Gambia, Congo and Madagascar stands same positions from last 5 years and no sigh shows that any improvement could be happened in such a tough environment globally without strict controls and long term viable policies and projects.

Last four countries GDP approximately very same to each other in totality and need to do extra efforts to be not in the list of among top 10 poorest countries in the world, such efforts are good planning and timely launch bailout package, strong policies and monitoring department must be needed to monitors and supervise whether are those policies are followed. All measures must be taken if they want any improvement.

 

 

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