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Table 2 Country profiles including economic, social and population indicators

From: Trade and investment liberalization and Asia’s noncommunicable disease epidemic: a synthesis of data and existing literature

Country (ranked by descending GNI) Economic and social indicators (2013) (1, 2) Population (2013) (1)
World Bank Income Group $GNI per capita (Atlas method, $US) % living on?<?$2 day Human Develop. Index 2013 (1990) Urban (%) Size (mill) Life exp. birth 2011 (1990) % 65 years or above (% aged 0-14)
Singapore High income 54,040 --- 0.9 (0.76) 100 5.4 82 (76) 10 (16)
Japan 46,140 --- 0.89 (0.84) 92 127.3 83 (79) 25 (13)
Brunei Darussalam 31,5902009 --- 0.85 (0.79) 77 0.4 78 (74) 4 (25)
South Korea 25,920 --- 0.89 (0.75) 84 50.2 81 (71) 12 (15)
Malaysia Upper middle income 10,400 2.32009 0.77 (0.64) 74 29.7 75 (70) 5 (26)
China 6,560 27.22009 0.72 (0.5) 53 1357.4 75 (69) 9 (18)
Thailand 5,370 4.12010 0.72 (0.57) 35 67.0 74 (72) 10 (18)
Indonesia Lower middle income 3,580 46.12010 0.68 (0.48) 52 249.9 71 (62) 5 (29)
Philippines 3,270 41.52009 0.66 (0.58) 49 98.4 69 (65) 4 (34)
Vietnam 1,730 43.42008 0.64 (0.44) 32 89.7 76 (65) 7 (23)
India 1,570 68.72010 0.59 (0.41) 32 1252.1 66 (58) 5 (29)
Laos 1,460 662008 0.57 (0.38) 36 6.8 68 (54) 4 (35)
Cambodia Low income 950 49.52009 0.58 20 15.1 71 (55) 4 (31)
Myanmar --- --- 0.52 (0.31) 34 53.3 65 (57) 5 (25)
  1. Data sources: 1?=?World Bank World Development Indicators; 2?=?United Nations Development Programme Human Development Index.