Top 10 Countries by Military Spending (1870-2020)
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This video will compare the top 10 countries by military spending from 1870 to 2020.
Source: Our World In Data, World Bank
Inflation Rate by Country 2021
Inflation Rate by Country 1960 to 2021 In economics, inflation is defined as the rate at which the general price of goods and services rises while money’s purchasing power falls. In other words, it’s a steady rise in the overall price of a currency, resulting in a lower purchase price.
Inflation can be viewed positively or negatively depending on your perspective and the rate of change.
Causes of Inflation
Inflation is classified into three categories: demand inflation, cost inflation and embedded inflation.
Demanddriven inflation occurs when the demand for goods and services grows faster than the economy’s ability to produce. Prices of goods and services increase when demand is higher and supply is lower.
Cost inflation is caused by increased production costs. For example, if the raw materials used to create a good increase in price, the price of the final good will be higher. The same is true if the cost of labor to produce goods increases.
Finally, integrated inflation occurs due to adaptive expectations. As the prices of goods and services rise, workers expect to be paid more to maintain their cost of living. As the cost of labor increases, so does the price of the good or service that labor produces or provides. This creates a bullish cycle.
high inflation countries :
South Sudan 36.40%
With an inflation rate of 9.986%, Venezuela has the highest inflation rate in the world. This is lower than Venezuela’s previous inflation rate of 14.291%. Potential causes of hyperinflation in Venezuela include excessive currency printing and deficit spending. Venezuela’s economy was once the envy of South America, the country is blessed with great wealth per capita due to the world’s largest oil reserves.
Zimbabwe has the second highest inflation rate in the world, but it is only a fraction of that of Venezuela. Zimbabwe’s inflation rate is 676%, up from the previous rate of 540%. Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation is caused by high national debt, falling economic output, falling export earnings, and price controls that exacerbate shortages.
Sudan has an inflation rate of 71.40%, the third highest in the world but significantly lower than Venezuela and Zimbabwe. Inflation in Sudan has increased significantly in recent years, driven by food, drink and the black market for US dollars. Rising inflation has become so severe that it has sparked protests and ultimately the overthrow of President Omar alBashir in April 2019. Sudan’s transitional authorities are now tasked with turning around transformed an economy troubled by three years of bad weather.
Argentina’s inflation rate is now 46.90%, lower than its previous value of 50.30%. In 2019, Argentina’s inflation rate reached nearly 54%, the highest in 28 years and also that year Argentina feared increasing poverty, high unemployment and the Argentine peso depreciated sharply. Argentina’s inflation rate is expected to continue to decline to 42.2% in 2020.
5. South Sudan
South Sudan’s inflation rate is the fifth highest in the world at 36.4%. As of November 2018, South Sudan’s inflation rate is 49%. In April 2019, inflation fell to 40% thanks to increased oil production. South Sudan is an oildependent country, with oil accounting for about 60% of the country’s GDP and accounting for almost all of the country’s exports.
Countries with the lowest inflation rates
Countries with the lowest inflation rates in the world have negative inflation rates. When the inflation rate falls below 0%, deflation occurs. Sudden deflation increases value, allowing more goods and services to be purchased for the same amount of currency.
Deflation can have the same causes as inflation, but in reverse. Deflation can occur if the supply of a good exceeds the demand for that good, causing prices to fall. Deflation can also occur due to increased purchasing power due to a decrease in the money supply and/or a decrease in the supply of credit.
The following countries are currently experiencing deflation:
United Arab Emirates
Some data may not be accurate
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[HD] Venezuela inflation meme – TOP 10 COUNTRIES BY INFLATION RATE
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Top 10 Countries in 2100 by GDP PPP (1981-2100)
Gross domestic product (GDP) is a monetary measure of the market value of all the final goods and services produced in a specific time period, often annually.GDP (nominal) per capita does not, however, reflect differences in the cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries; therefore using a basis of GDP per capita at purchasing power parity (PPP) is arguably more useful when comparing differences in living standards between nations.
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Poorest Asian Countries : GDP Per Capita (1960 – 2021)
The following video compares Poorest Asian Countries by GDP Per Capita from year 1960 to 2021. This video also compares poorest Asian country’s nominal GDP per income, GDP ratio, economic statistic and etc.
Asian Countries are:
Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, UAE, Yemen, China, Japan, Mongolia, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia and East Timor.
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IMF \u0026 World Bank.
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