In the World Development Report 2006, low-income countries were those which in 2004 had the per capita income of (a) ₹ 37,000 or less (b) ₹ 47,000 or less (c) ₹ 50,000 or less (d) ₹ 39,000 or less

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Dileep Vishwakarma

1 year ago

In World Development Report 2006, brought out by the World Bank, this criterion is used in classifying countries. Countries with per capital income of Rs 4,53,000 per annum and above in 2004, are called rich countries and those with per capital income of Rs 37,000 or less are called low-capital countries.

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