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OP 3.10, Annex C - Countries Ranked by Per Capita Income


These policies were prepared for use by World Bank staff and are not necessarily a complete treatment of the subject.
OP 3.10 - Annex C
July, 2007
 

(Archived December 11, 2007)

(Updated July 10, 2007)

Note: Annexes C and D to OP 3.10 replace the versions dated July 2006, updated May 22, 2007. The revised terms are effective for all loans for which invitations to negotiate are issued on or after July 1, 2007.

 

A. IBRD Only [1]

Category V (over $6,275)

Korea, Republic of

17,640

Equatorial Guinea

8,250

Trinidad and Tobago

13,340

Poland

8,190

Antigua and Barbuda

11,410

Palau

7,990

SlovakRepublic

9,690

Mexico

7,890

Croatia

9,320

Libya

7,370

St. Kitts and Nevis

8,840

Chile

6,990

Seychelles

8,710

 

 

Category IV ($3,596 - $6,275)

Venezuela, RB de

6,070

Gabon

5,000

Botswana

5,910

Costa Rica

4,970

Russian Federation

5,770

Panama

4,890

Lebanon

5,490

Romania

4,830

Malaysia

5,490

Brazil

4,280

Mauritius

5,420

Serbia

4,030

Turkey

5,400

Bulgaria

3,990

South Africa

5,390

Kazakhstan

3,790

Uruguay

5,310

Montenegro

3,710

Argentina

5,150

Belize

3,640

Category III ($1,736 - $3,595)

Jamaica

3,440

Dominican Republic

2,860

Belarus

3,370

Ecuador

2,840

Fiji

3,300

Colombia

2,710

Suriname

3,200

Jordan

2,660

Namibia

3,160

Guatemala

2,610

Macedonia, FYR of

3,070

El Salvador

2,550

Marshall Islands

3,060

Swaziland

2,400

Algeria

3,040

Micronesia, Fed. Sts. of

2,380

Iran, Islamic Republic of

3,030

China

2,000

Thailand

2,990

Ukraine

1,920

Tunisia

2,980

Morocco

1,890

Peru

2,920

 

 

Category II ($906 - $1,735)

SyrianArab Republic

1,570

Egypt, Arab Republic of

1,350

Philippines

1,420

Iraq

NA

Paraguay

1,400

Turkmenistan

NA

 

 

 

 

B. Blend [2]

Category IV ($3,596 - $6,275)

St. Lucia[3]

5,080

Dominica[3]

4,160

Grenada[3]

4,420

St. Vincent and the Grenadines[3]

3,930

Category III ($1,736 - $3,595)

Albania

2,970

Armenia

1,930

Bosnia& Herzegovina

2,970

Azerbaijan

1,850

Category II ($906 - $1,735)

Indonesia

1,410

Bolivia

1,100

Category I ($905 or less)

India

810

Uzbekistan

600

Pakistan

770

Zimbabwe[4]

NA

Papua New Guinea

770

 

 

 

C. IDA[2]

Category III ($1,736 - $3,595)

Maldives[3]

2,670

CapeVerde[3]

2,130

Samoa[3]

2,270

Angola

1,980

Tonga[3]

2,170

 

 

Category II ($906 - $1,735)

Vanuatu[3]

1,710

Moldova

1,110

Georgia

1,560

Cameroon

1,080

Bhutan

1,420

Djibouti

1,060

Sri Lanka

1,300

Lesotho

1,030

Kiribati[3]

1,230

Nicaragua

1,000

Honduras

1,200

Congo, Republic of

NA

Guyana

1,130

 

 

Category I ($905 or less)

Mongolia

880

Guinea

390

Coted'Ivoire[4]

870

Tajikistan

390

TimorLeste

840

Central African Republic

360

Sudan[4]

830

Tanzania

350

Sao Tome and Principe

780

Togo[4]

350

Yemen, Republic of

760

Mozambique

340

Mauritania

740

Gambia, The

310

Vietnam

690

Uganda

300

Solomon Islands

680

Nepal

290

Senegal

670

Madagascar

280

Comoros

660

Niger

260

Nigeria

640

Rwanda

250

Zambia

630

Sierra Leone

240

Kenya

560

Eritrea

200

Benin

540

Guinea-Bissau

190

Ghana

520

Ethiopia

180

KyrgyzRepublic

500

Malawi

170

Lao PDR

500

Liberia[4]

150

Bangladesh

480

Congo, Democratic Republic

130

Cambodia

480

Burundi

100

Haiti

480

Afghanistan

NA

Burkina Faso

460

Myanmar[4]

NA

Mali

440

Somalia[4]

NA

Chad

420

 

 

 

Key

NA = Estimates are available in ranges only

 


[1] World Bank Atlas methodology; per capita GNI (Gross National Income, formerly GNP) figures are in 2006 U.S. dollars. 

[2]  Countries are eligible for IDA on the basis of (a) relative poverty and (b) lack of creditworthiness. The operational cutoff for IDA eligibility for FY08 is a 2006 GNI per capita of US$1,065, using Atlas methodology.  To receive IDA resources, countries must also meet tests of performance.  In exceptional circumstances, IDA extends eligibility temporarily to countries that are above the operational cutoff and are undertaking major adjustment efforts but are not creditworthy for IBRD lending.  An exception has been made for small island economies. 

 

[3] An exception to the GNI per capita operational cutoff for IDA eligibility ($1,065 for FY08) has been made for some small island economies, which otherwise would have little or no access to Bank Group assistance because they lack creditworthiness.  For such countries, IDA funding is considered case by case for the financing of projects and adjustment programs designed to strengthen creditworthiness. 

 

[4] Loans/credits in nonaccrual status as of June 30, 2007. General information on countries with loan/credits in nonaccrual status is available from the Credit Risk Department in Finance (FINCR).

 

Changes during current fiscal year:

 

1.     July 6, 2007: Montenegro was reclassified from Blend status to an IBRD-only borrower with the approval of the last IDA credit..

 

 

Changes during previous fiscal year:

 

1.     September 17, 2006:  Estonia and Lithuania graduated from IBRD.

2.     October 6, 2006:  Seychelles came out of nonaccrual status to IBRD.

3.     November 27, 2006:  Central African Republic came out of nonaccrual status to IDA.

4.     March 8, 2007: Armenia was reclassified from an IDA-only borrower to Blend status and so is eligible for borrowing from IBRD.

5.     April 13, 2007:  Latvia graduated from IBRD.

6.     April 14, 2007:  Hungary graduated from IBRD.

7.     As of May 22, 2007, Angola borrowing is on hard terms.

 


 




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