The Little data, Book 2002
This is the pocket edition of the World Development Indicators for 2002, intended as a quick reference for users. It presents the latest available data for World Bank member countries, and other economies with populations of more than 30,000. The 14 summary pages cover regional and income group aggregates. The data in this book are for 1990, 1999, and 2000 or the most recent year unless otherwise noted in the glossary.
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3-minute local call Access to improved added in agriculture added in industry added in services Aid per capita Aircraft departures thousands attended by skilled barter terms capita kg capita kwh Central government revenues changel Child malnutrition CO2 emissions metric computers per 1,000 Cost of 3-minute Deforestation average annual Economy GDP emissions metric tons Environment Forests 1,000 Fertility rate births Foreign direct investment GDP growth annual GDP growth average GDP implicit price Girls in primary Girls in secondary GNI per capita growth less GDP High-technology exports HIV female Illiteracy female Illiteracy male improved sanitation facilities improved water source infrastructure Fixed line Internet users thousands kg of oil less GDP growth line and mobile mobile phones mobile telephones Personal computers Present value Prevalence of HIV price deflator annual primary enrollment relevant age group Short-term debt skilled health staff terms of trade tons per capita Total debt service Trade growth less urban pop Value added