Beauties, did you know that Indonesia is included in the list of the 100 poorest countries in the world? Yup, apparently Indonesia is one of the poorest countries in the world. It is measured from Gross National Income (GNI) or gross national income per capita.
Collect World Population Review, Indonesia is ranked as the 73rd poorest country in the world. Indonesia’s gross national income was recorded at US$3,870 per capita in 2020.
Meanwhile, citing gfmag.com, Indonesia will be the 91st poorest country in the world in 2022. This is measured by gross domestic product (GDP) or gross domestic product (GDP) and purchasing power parity (PPP) or balance of shopping ability. It was recorded that the Indonesian GDP and PPP figures were US$14,535
Indonesia is on the list of the 100 poorest countries in the world
This position is still better than several countries in Southeast Asia which are included in the list of the 100 poorest countries, such as Vietnam which is at 82nd, the Philippines is 72th, Cambodia is 46th, Myanmar is 45th, and Timor Leste is 29th. .
Previously, the World Bank (World Bank) changed the poverty line. This makes 13 million Indonesians who previously belonged to the lower middle class into poverty.
Newsdelivers.com is known as a city full of glitter and metropolis. However, the problem of poverty still overshadows the lives of residents of the capital city. Here’s the photo./ Photo: Pradita Utama/detikcom
This is revealed in the report ‘East Asia and The Pacific Economic Update October 2022’. This latest calculation base refers to the balance of shopping ability in 2017. Meanwhile, the old calculation base is the balance of shopping ability in 2011.
The World Bank’s poverty line is certainly different from that which is the reference for the Central Statistics Agency (BPS).
In the latest calculation basis, the World Bank raised the extreme poverty line from US$1.9 to US$2.15 per capita per day.
Assuming an exchange rate of Rp15,216 per US dollar, the World Bank’s extreme poverty line is Rp32,812 per capita per day or Rp984,360 per capita per month.
Meanwhile, BPS defines the poverty line as a reflection of the rupiah value of the minimum expenditure required for a person to meet the basic needs of his life for a month, both food and non-food needs.
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