Throughout the history of the world, the life expectancy, the Gross National Product per Capita (GNP), and the Number of Children Born per Woman has varied comparatively to its geographical allocation. The Global Watch Economic Report Card keeps watch for varies countries and where they stand in the ranking compared to each other. Different countries encompass diverse levels of technological advancements, such as Sweden, Japan, the United States of America, and Germany – who as a result to their industrialized society, prosper, and rank amongst the highest in the Global Watch Economic Report Card. Complementary to those countries come the developing countries, Ghana, Congo, and especially Afghanistan – who all trail behind in the categories to receive a grade of A+ in the Global Watch.
The Gross National Product per Capita (GNP) is a measure of the total amount of goods and services produced in a country in a year’s time. According to the article, 28% of the people of the world control 80% of the wealth. Amongst those currently ranking as the worst country to produce goods within a year is Afghanistan, with a GPN per Capita of $175. America tops Afghanistan with an estimated GPN per Capita of $23,000. Sweden leads the list of GPN per Capita of $27,010 awarding it with a grade of A+ on the Global Watch.
Life expectancy is the average number of years of life remaining at a given age. In countries with high infant mortality rates, the life expectancy at birth is highly sensitive to the rate of death in the first few years of life. As stated in the article, overall life expectancy in developing countries has risen. Life expectancy in other parts of the world has continued on the path to reach quite low points. Areas such as the Congo and Afghanistan have extremely low points for life such as, the average life expectancy committed in low 40’s. Topping the list in order from most are Japan, Sweden, the United States of America, Germany, and Cuba.
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