Based on World Bank data, Global Finance magazine recently subdivided the world into four income groups.  Low-income countries have an annual per capita Gross National Income (GNI) of no more than $1,045. Anywhere between that figure and $4,125, and you’re lower-middle-income. Increase that to any figure up to $12,745, and you’re earning an upper middle income. High-income countries have an annual per capita GNI of $12,746 and over.

Read more at: That’s Gross: the Four Worlds of Income Inequality | Big Think

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