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  1. Jan 18, 2023 · The first list includes estimates compiled by the International Monetary Fund 's World Economic Outlook, the second list shows the World Bank 's data, and the third list includes data compiled by the United Nations Statistics Division.

  2. 5 days ago · According to the World Bank the following 80 countries and territories are classified as "high-income economies". As of the 2022 fiscal year, high-income economies are those that had a GNI per capita of $12,696 or more in 2020. [23] 36 countries and territories in Europe : Andorra Austria Belgium / Channel Islands Croatia Czech Republic Denmark

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  4. Jan 17, 2023 · World Bank Action. As part of a comprehensive, global response to the food security crisis, in May 2022 the World Bank announced that it is making up to $30 billion available over a period of 15 months, including $12 billion in new projects. From April through September, the Bank has committed $8.1 billion for new projects across 47 countries – most of this support is in Africa, which is one of the hardest hit regions by the food crisis.

  5. Jan 19, 2023 · MICs represent one-third of the global gross domestic product (GDP) and include a total of 109 countries. Out of the total, the four largest countries, also called the BRIC countries, comprising Brazil, Russia, India, and China together make up about half of the world’s population. MICs are considered key to global economic growth.

  6. Jan 19, 2023 · BRIEF January 19, 2023 Bulgaria: A Path to Reaching High-Income Status Street in Sofia The World Bank’s latest Country Economic Memorandum outlines a path for Bulgaria to reach high income status in just 15 years. Bulgaria has been a European Union (EU) member state since 2007 but remains the country with the lowest GDP per capita in the union.

  7. › 2021-world-economic-outlook-updateWorld Economic Outlook - IMF

    Jan 24, 2023 · Amid exceptional uncertainty, the global economy is projected to grow 5.5 percent in 2021 and 4.2 percent in 2022. The 2021 forecast is revised up 0.3 percentage point relative to the previous forecast, reflecting expectations of a vaccine-powered strengthening of activity later in the year and additional policy support in a few large economies.

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