According to this Europe’s aid to the developing world rebounded in 2013 after years of stagnation and decline, but experts believe this growth arrived too late to reach the percentage established for aid by which is of GNI (Gross National Income).
Cohesion Fund The Cohesion Fund is aimed at Member States whose Gross National Income (GNI) per inhabitant is less than 90% of the Community average. It serves to reduce their economic and social shortfall, as well as to stabilise their economy. It supports actions in the framework of the Convergence objective. It is now subject to the same rules of programming, management and monitoring as the ESF and the ERDF. For the 2007-2013 period the Cohesion Fund concerns Bulgaria, Cyprus, the…
What caused the recession in one graph. Blackline is home prices. The shaded region in Gross National Income per Household Analysis: People were getting houses they couldn’t afford and banks were lending money to people they shouldn’t have.
This is a chart of the U.S. gross national income. It can be seen that the numbers severely dropped due to the Great Depression. The new deal was put into place and the numbers slowly rose. At the end of the 1930s it was back up to $92 billion. It was not until the 40s that the amount reached what it had been.
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As a country, China is economically prosperous. However, people individually are not. Behind India, it has the second largest population of poor people in the world. In 2012, China’s gross national income per capita of $6,091 ranked 90th in the world; and about 128 million people still live below the national poverty line.
The term emerging markets is commonly used to describe an economy with a GDP per capita substantially below the advanced world average and typically with a growth potential above the global average. According to the World Bank’s definition an emerging markets country has a Gross National Income (GNI) per capita less than approximately USD 9,000.