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Old April 28th, 2009, 03:14 PM   #1
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The per-capita GDP forcast for the ASEAN countries in Dollars

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...pita_estimates

List of countries by future GDP (nominal) per capita estimates

Country 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Estimate as of

Brunei 36,680 38,416 39,352 39,123 39,791 40,078 April 2009

Cambodia 853 858 926 1,001 1,093 1,199 April 2009

Indonesia 2,029 2,155 2,281 2,420 2,580 2,759 April 2009

Laos 875 904 968 1,028 1,094 1,194 April 2009

Malaysia 7,653 7,817 8,197 8,716 9,312 9,948 April 2009

Burma 490 500 510 520 530 541 April 2009

Philippines 2,123 2,427 2,714 3,024 3,243 3,529 April 2009

Singapore 37,169 37,416 39,536 42,171 45,032 47,598 April 2009

Timor-Leste 551 637 731 841 988 1,163 April 2009

Thailand 4,004 4,134 4,351 4,627 4,948 5,287 April 2009

Vietnam 1,018 1,060 1,120 1,198 1,292 1,385 April 2009

I know that this may be not accurate, but this could be informtive in certain degrees.

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If you look at total GDP PPP, it doesn't look that bad for Thailand:

https://www.cia.gov/library/publicat.../2001rank.html

Thailand ranks 26 on the list!
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Old April 28th, 2009, 04:25 PM   #3
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Think so krub. A lot of Thai people always say that Thailand is gonna be left behind by the other ASEAN countries. However, from this statistics, we are not good, but we are not that bad na krub.

Love Thailand !!!
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Old April 28th, 2009, 04:28 PM   #4
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If you look at total GDP PPP, it doesn't look that bad for Thailand:

https://www.cia.gov/library/publicat.../2001rank.html

Thailand ranks 26 on the list!

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Rank Country GDP (purchasing power parity) Date of Information
1 World $ 69,490,000,000,000 2008 est.
2 European Union $ 14,820,000,000,000 2008 est.
3 United States $ 14,290,000,000,000 2008 est.
4 China $ 7,800,000,000,000 2008 est.
5 Japan $ 4,348,000,000,000 2008 est.
6 India $ 3,267,000,000,000 2008 est.
7 Germany $ 2,863,000,000,000 2008 est.
8 United Kingdom $ 2,231,000,000,000 2008 est.
9 Russia $ 2,225,000,000,000 2008 est.
10 France $ 2,097,000,000,000 2008 est.
11 Brazil $ 1,990,000,000,000 2008 est.
12 Italy $ 1,821,000,000,000 2008 est.
13 Mexico $ 1,559,000,000,000 2008 est.
14 Spain $ 1,378,000,000,000 2008 est.
15 Canada $ 1,307,000,000,000 2008 est.
16 Korea, South $ 1,278,000,000,000 2008 est.
17 Indonesia $ 915,900,000,000 2008 est.
18 Turkey $ 906,500,000,000 2008 est.
19 Iran $ 842,000,000,000 2008 est.
20 Australia $ 800,500,000,000 2008 est.
21 Taiwan $ 738,800,000,000 2008 est.
22 Netherlands $ 670,200,000,000 2008 est.
23 Poland $ 667,400,000,000 2008 est.
24 Saudi Arabia $ 582,800,000,000 2008 est.
25 Argentina $ 575,600,000,000 2008 est.
26 Thailand $ 553,400,000,000 2008 est.
27 South Africa $ 489,700,000,000 2008 est.
28 Pakistan $ 452,700,000,000 2008 est.
29 Egypt $ 442,600,000,000 2008 est.
30 Colombia $ 399,400,000,000 2008 est.
31 Belgium $ 390,500,000,000 2008 est.
32 Malaysia $ 386,600,000,000 2008 est.
33 Venezuela $ 357,900,000,000 2008 est.
34 Sweden $ 348,600,000,000 2008 est.
35 Greece $ 343,600,000,000 2008 est.
36 Nigeria $ 338,100,000,000 2008 est.
37 Ukraine $ 337,000,000,000 2008 est.
38 Austria $ 325,000,000,000 2008 est.
39 Philippines $ 320,600,000,000 2008 est.
40 Switzerland $ 309,900,000,000 2008 est.
41 Hong Kong $ 307,600,000,000 2008 est.
42 Romania $ 271,200,000,000 2008 est.
43 Czech Republic $ 266,300,000,000 2008 est.
44 Norway $ 256,500,000,000 2008 est.
45 Chile $ 245,300,000,000 2008 est.
46 Vietnam $ 241,800,000,000 2008 est.
47 Singapore $ 240,000,000,000 2008 est.
48 Peru $ 238,900,000,000 2008 est.
49 Portugal $ 237,300,000,000 2008 est.
50 Algeria $ 235,500,000,000 2008 est.
51 Bangladesh $ 224,000,000,000 2008 est.
52 Hungary $ 205,700,000,000 2008 est.
53 Denmark $ 204,900,000,000 2008 est.
54 Israel $ 200,700,000,000 2008 est.
55 Finland $ 195,200,000,000 2008 est.
56 Ireland $ 191,900,000,000 2008 est.
57 United Arab Emirates $ 184,600,000,000 2008 est.
58 Kazakhstan $ 176,900,000,000 2008 est.
59 Kuwait $ 149,100,000,000 2008 est.
60 Morocco $ 137,300,000,000 2008 est.
61 Slovakia $ 119,500,000,000 2008 est.
62 New Zealand $ 116,600,000,000 2008 est.
63 Belarus $ 114,100,000,000 2008 est.
64 Iraq $ 112,800,000,000 2008 est.
65 Angola $ 110,300,000,000 2008 est.
66 Cuba $ 108,200,000,000 2008 est.
67 Ecuador $ 107,100,000,000 2008 est.
68 Syria $ 95,360,000,000 2008 est.
69 Bulgaria $ 93,780,000,000 2008 est.
70 Sri Lanka $ 91,900,000,000 2008 est.
71 Libya $ 88,860,000,000 2008 est.
72 Sudan $ 87,270,000,000 2008 est.
73 Qatar $ 85,350,000,000 2008 est.
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Old April 28th, 2009, 05:07 PM   #5
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Old April 28th, 2009, 07:37 PM   #6
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The CIA list you gave doesn't work. Because its not a per person based measurement. You can be the poorest country with billions of population and tops out that list! The PPP or GDP per person is what matters, not aggregated GDP.

Now, with PPP, where is Thailand in the list.. LOL

https://www.cia.gov/library/publicat...s/xx.html#Econ

According to that, the world's average PPP is $10,400 (2008 est.)
And Thailand's PPP is $8,500 (2008 est.)

Yes, we're in the second half of the world according to the world's average. How sad!!!

In terms of a more accurate measure, the PPP, we are at...

https://www.cia.gov/library/publicat.../2004rank.html

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Thailand ranks 117th in the PPP list...


1
Liechtenstein $ 118,000 2007 est.
2
Qatar $ 103,500 2008 est.
3
Luxembourg $ 81,100 2008 est.
4
Bermuda $ 69,900 2004 est.
5
Kuwait $ 57,400 2008 est.
6
Jersey $ 57,000 2005 est.
7
Norway $ 55,200 2008 est.
8
Brunei $ 53,100 2008 est.
9
Singapore $ 52,000 2008 est.
10
United States $ 47,000 2008 est.
11
Ireland $ 46,200 2008 est.
12
Guernsey $ 44,600 2005
13
Cayman Islands $ 43,800 2004 est.
14
Hong Kong $ 43,800 2008 est.
15
Andorra $ 42,500 2007
16
San Marino $ 41,900 2007
17
Switzerland $ 40,900 2008 est.
18
Netherlands $ 40,300 2008 est.
19
United Arab Emirates $ 40,000 2008 est.
20
Iceland $ 39,900 2008 est.
21
Canada $ 39,300 2008 est.
22
Austria $ 39,200 2008 est.
23
Sweden $ 38,500 2008 est.
24
British Virgin Islands $ 38,500 2004 est.
25
Gibraltar $ 38,200 2005 est.
26
Australia $ 38,100 2008 est.
27
Belgium $ 37,500 2008 est.
28
Denmark $ 37,400 2008 est.
29
Bahrain $ 37,200 2008 est.
30
Finland $ 37,200 2008 est.
31
United Kingdom $ 36,600 2008 est.
32
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) $ 35,400 2002 est.
33
Isle of Man $ 35,000 2005 est.
34
Germany $ 34,800 2008 est.
35
Spain $ 34,600 2008 est.
36
Japan $ 34,200 2008 est.
37
European Union $ 33,400 2008 est.
38
France $ 32,700 2008 est.
39
Greece $ 32,000 2008 est.
40
Taiwan $ 31,900 2008 est.
41
Equatorial Guinea $ 31,400 2008 est.
42
Faroe Islands $ 31,000 2001 est.
43
Italy $ 31,000 2008 est.
44
Macau $ 30,000 2007
45
Monaco $ 30,000 2006 est.
46
Slovenia $ 29,500 2008 est.
47
Bahamas, The $ 28,600 2008 est.
48
Cyprus $ 28,600 2008 est.
49
Israel $ 28,200 2008 est.
50
New Zealand $ 27,900 2008 est.
51
Czech Republic $ 26,100 2008 est.
52
Korea, South $ 26,000 2008 est.
53
Malta $ 24,200 2008 est.
54
Portugal $ 22,000 2008 est.
55
Slovakia $ 21,900 2008 est.
56
Aruba $ 21,800 2004 est.
57
Estonia $ 21,200 2008 est.
58
Saudi Arabia $ 20,700 2008 est.
59
Oman $ 20,200 2008 est.
60
Greenland $ 20,000 2001 est.
61
Hungary $ 19,800 2008 est.
62
Saint Kitts and Nevis $ 19,700 2008 est.
63
Barbados $ 19,300 2008 est.
64
Antigua and Barbuda $ 19,000 2008 est.
65
Trinidad and Tobago $ 18,600 2008 est.
66
French Polynesia $ 18,000 2004 est.
67
Latvia $ 17,800 2008 est.
68
Puerto Rico $ 17,800 2008 est.
69
Lithuania $ 17,700 2008 est.
70
Poland $ 17,300 2008 est.
71
Seychelles $ 17,000 2008 est.
72
Croatia $ 16,100 2008 est.
73
Netherlands Antilles $ 16,000 2004 est.
74
Russia $ 15,800 2008 est.
75
Malaysia $ 15,300 2008 est.
76
Guam $ 15,000 2005 est.
77
New Caledonia $ 15,000 2003 est.
78
Chile $ 14,900 2008 est.
79
Virgin Islands $ 14,500 2004 est.
80
Gabon $ 14,400 2008 est.
81
Libya $ 14,400 2008 est.
82
Argentina $ 14,200 2008 est.
83
Mexico $ 14,200 2008 est.
84
Venezuela $ 13,500 2008 est.
85
Grenada $ 13,400 2008 est.
86
Botswana $ 13,300 2008 est.
87
Bulgaria $ 12,900 2008 est.
88
Iran $ 12,800 2008 est.
89
Northern Mariana Islands $ 12,500 2000 est.
90
Romania $ 12,200 2008 est.
91
Uruguay $ 12,200 2008 est.
92
Mauritius $ 12,100 2008 est.
93
Turkey $ 12,000 2008 est.
94
Belarus $ 11,800 2008 est.
95
Costa Rica $ 11,600 2008 est.
96
Panama $ 11,600 2008 est.
97
Kazakhstan $ 11,500 2008 est.
98
Turks and Caicos Islands $ 11,500 2002 est.
99
Saint Lucia $ 11,300 2008 est.
100
Lebanon $ 11,100 2008 est.
101
Serbia $ 10,900 2008 est.
102
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $ 10,500 2008 est.
103
World $ 10,400 2008 est.
104
Brazil $ 10,100 2008 est.
105
South Africa $ 10,000 2008 est.
106
Dominica $ 9,900 2008 est.
107
Montenegro $ 9,700 2008 est.
108
Cuba $ 9,500 2008 est.
109
Cook Islands $ 9,100 2005 est.
110
Azerbaijan $ 9,000 2008 est.
111
Macedonia $ 9,000 2008 est.
112
Colombia $ 8,900 2008 est.
113
Suriname $ 8,900 2008 est.
114
Angola $ 8,800 2008 est.
115
Anguilla $ 8,800 2004 est.
116
Belize $ 8,600 2008 est.
117
Thailand $ 8,500 2008 est.

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Old April 28th, 2009, 07:47 PM   #7
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I think they use this list to determine the G20. I know that this list doesn't represent the true picture, but is still good to know how big our economy is against other countries.
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Old April 28th, 2009, 08:09 PM   #8
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List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...PP)_per_capita

International Monetary Fund (2008)
Rank Country Intl. $
1 Qatar 85,868
2 Luxembourg 82,306
3 Norway 53,451
4 Singapore 51,142
5 Brunei 50,117
6 United States 46,859
— Hong Kong 43,811
7 Switzerland 42,783
8 Ireland 42,539
9 Netherlands 40,431
10 Iceland 40,025
11 Kuwait 39,850
12 Austria 39,634
13 Canada 39,183
14 United Arab Emirates 38,830
15 Australia 37,299
16 Denmark 37,266
17 Sweden 37,245
18 United Kingdom 36,523
19 Belgium 36,235
20 Finland 36,217
21 Germany 35,442
22 Bahrain 34,605
23 France 34,208
24 Japan 34,100
25 China, Republic of (Taiwan) 30,881
26 Spain 30,621
27 Italy 30,581
28 Greece 30,535
29 Cyprus 29,830
30 Slovenia 29,472
31 Israel 28,206
32 Korea, South 27,647
33 Bahamas, The 27,394
34 New Zealand 27,060
35 Czech Republic 25,395
36 Oman 24,153
37 Saudi Arabia 23,834
38 Malta 23,760
39 Portugal 22,190
40 Slovakia 22,040
41 Seychelles 21,910
42 Trinidad and Tobago 20,723
43 Estonia 20,259
44 Antigua and Barbuda 19,572
45 Hungary 19,499
46 Barbados 19,026
47 Lithuania 18,946
48 Croatia 18,545
49 Equatorial Guinea[4] 18,029
50 Poland 17,482
51 Latvia 17,071
52 Russia 15,922
53 Botswana 14,882
54 Mexico 14,560
55 Libya 14,533
56 Chile 14,510
57 Gabon 14,478
58 Argentina 14,413
59 Saint Kitts and Nevis 14,169
60 Malaysia 14,072
61 Uruguay 13,295
62 Turkey 13,138
63 Lebanon 13,032
64 Venezuela 12,785
65 Romania 12,580
66 Bulgaria 12,341
67 Belarus 12,291
68 Mauritius 11,992
69 Kazakhstan 11,416
70 Panama 11,343
71 Iran 11,250
72 Montenegro 11,092
73 Grenada 10,843
74 Saint Lucia 10,819
75 Serbia 10,792
76 Costa Rica 10,752
— World[5] 10,497
77 Brazil 10,326
78 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 10,150
79 South Africa 10,119
80 Dominica 10,046
81 Macedonia, Republic of 9,157
82 Azerbaijan 8,620
83 Peru 8,580
84 Dominican Republic 8,571
85 Suriname 8,324
86 Thailand 8,225

>>>>>>> Ranking # 86 for Thailand is good enough
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List of countries by GDP (PPP)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...es_by_GDP_(PPP)

List by the International Monetary Fund (2008)

Rank Country GDP (PPP) $M
— World 68,996,849
— European Union 15,247,163
1 United States 14,264,600
2 People's Republic of China 7,916,4291
3 Japan 4,354,368
4 India 3,288,345
5 Germany 2,910,490
6 Russia 2,260,907
7 United Kingdom 2,230,549
8 France 2,130,383
9 Brazil 1,981,207
10 Italy 1,814,557
11 Mexico 1,548,007
12 Spain 1,396,881
13 South Korea 1,342,338
14 Canada 1,303,234
15 Turkey 915,184
16 Indonesia 908,242
17 Iran 819,799
18 Australia 795,305
19 Republic of China (Taiwan) 711,418
20 Netherlands 675,375
21 Poland 666,052
22 Saudi Arabia 593,385
23 Argentina 572,860
24 Thailand 546,095
25 South Africa 492,684
26 Egypt 442,640
27 Pakistan 439,558
28 Colombia 396.579
29 Belgium 389,518
30 Malaysia 384,119
31 Venezuela 358,623
32 Sweden 341,869
33 Greece 341,127
34 Ukraine 336,851
35 Austria 328,571
36 Philippines 320,384
37 Nigeria 315,401
38 Switzerland 312,753
— Hong Kong 307,065
39 Romania 270,330
40 Czech Republic 262,169
41 Norway 256,523
42 Peru 245,883
43 Chile 243,044
44 Vietnam 240,364
45 Singapore 238,755
46 Portugal 235,904
47 Algeria 233,098
48 Bangladesh 224,889
49 Denmark 204,060
50 Israel 200,630
51 Hungary 196,074
52 Finland 190,862
53 Ireland 188,112
54 United Arab Emirates 184,984
55 Kazakhstan 177,545
56 Kuwait 137,190
57 Morocco 136,728

Thailand is # 24 >>>>> good enough with our current status.
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There is never "good enough" in my book.

Wake me up again when we surpass 20,000 USD PPP :'(
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even Malaysia can not catch up with your high 20,000 gdp per capita ppp standard.
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Japan, S.Korea, and Taiwan GDP per capita is well over 20,000 USD (PPP). We need to look beyond our neighbors in SE Asia if we really want to become a developed nation.
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I'm pretty sure one of the definition of a developed country is the USD 20,000 (PPP). Malaysia is not yet a developed country though most of their richer people try to fool others thinking that their country is already developed. If you have been to Sabah, it's far from it.

But still, they are way ahead of us. We shouldn't look to be a developed country if we cannot surpass Malaysia which is very unlikely.
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I know that Malaysia is not a developed country, but she is high middle income country. My point is just to say that you are a little bit picky about this thing. Malysia would take ten years to be developed, and Thailand would for 20 years. We should have a good attitude about our country, and try to reach our ultimaye goal. However, the word you used " Wake me up again when we surpass 20,000 USD PPP :'( " is just to look down on our country. Do I misunderstand ? You have to wake up now and help the other Thai people to develop Thailand. This is better than sayng something not good and go.
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I'm not picky. It's just a reality check. Our GDP per capita absolutely is not something we should be proud of in any way. I am not looking down at our country (if you see my many previous posts). It's something called sarcasm in my book.
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I think in term of gdp PPP per capita , Thailand is doing exceptionally fine. How can a country with low base per capital will grow overnight and reach that much level of gdp. You can see from this charts provided by IMF (sorry if there any copyright of data) look at the gap between our country and malaysia in 2 decades ago and now in 2009 estimate. You can be proud of it somehow but I know it's still hard to be satisfied. Just keep fingers cross for our country. I hope all the problems will be solved soon and we can be pround of our country again.
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Brunei is so high up but so quiet
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Could thailand ever surpass Indonesia in term of GDP PPP?
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Not likely. Relatively, Indonesia has higher growth rate than us these days.
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Could thailand ever surpass Indonesia in term of GDP PPP? >>>>>>>> we surpass Indonesia already. (gdp per capita ppp)
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