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8A Group Three

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Phillip Young

on 25 January 2013

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1. Norway
2. Australia
3. Netherlands
4. United States
5. New Zealand 183. Chad
185. Burundi
186. Niger
187. DR Congo Most Developed Least Developed Least and Most Developed Countries New Zealand United States Netherlands Australia Norway Chad Mozambique Burundi Democratic Republic of Congo Population -313,847,465
Median age-37.1 years
Birth Rate-13.7 births /1,000 population
Death Rate-8.4 deaths/1,000 population
Life Expectancy-78.49 years
Fertility Rate-2.06 children born
Health expenditures-16.2% of GDP
Education Expenditures-5.5% of GDP
Literacy-99% shares the fifth spot with Canada and Ireland

Population: 4,327,944
GDP (current US$): $159.7 billion
Life expectancy at birth, total (years): 81
Fertility rate: 2.07 children born/woman
Literacy: 99%
Median age: 37.2 years
Birth Rate: 13.57 births
Death Rate: 7.2 deaths
Health expenditure: 9.7% of GDP
Education expenditure: 6.1% of GDP
Urban population: 86%
Labor force: 2.37 million Population: 16,696,000 Population-16,344,687
Median age-15.2 years
Birth Rate -47.6 births/1,000 population
Death Rate -13.4 deaths/1,000 population
Life Expectancy-53.8 years
Fertility Rate-7.16 children born/woman
Health expenditures-6.1% of GDP
Education Expenditures-4.5% of GDP
Literacy-28.7% Niger Median Age Total: 41.5 years Birth Rate: 10.89 births/1,000 population life Expectancy: 80.8 years Fertility Rate:1.78 children born/woman (2012 est.) Health expenditures:10.8% of GDP(2009) Education expenditures:5.3% of GDP (2007) Literacy: 99% Population-4,707,270
GDP (current US$)- $1.379 trillion
GDP per capita- $60, 979 Life Expectancy- 82 yearsBirth Rate- 13
Birth Rate- 12.28 births/1,000 population
Death Rate-6.94 deaths/1,000 population Median Age : total: 40.3 years
male: 39.4 years
female: 41.1 years (2012 est.) Birth rate: 10.8 births/1,000 population (2012 est.) Death rate : 9.22 deaths/1,000 population (July 2012 est.) Health Expenditures:10.8% of GDP Eduction Expenditures:5.3% of GDP Literacy:99% Life expectancy : total population: 80.32 years
country comparison to the world: 27
male: 77.65 years
female: 83.14 years (2012 est.) conflicted by human rights abuses

Population: 73,599,190
GDP (current US$): 67.76 million
Life Expectancy at birth: 55.74 years
Fertility rate: 5.09 children born/woman
Literacy: 66.8%
Median age: 17.6 years
Birth rate: 37.05 births
Death rate: 10.8 deaths
Health expenditure: 11.2% of GDP
Urban population: 35%
Labor force: 34.79 million
Poverty: 71.3% Literacy Rate- 99%
Health Expenditure- 8.7% GDP (current US$) - $12. 80 billion
GDP per capita (current US$)- $535 Life Expectancy- 50 years
Birth Rate- 37 births/1,000 population
Death Rate- 14 deaths/1,000 population Population- 22.62 million Population: 10,975,648 (July 2012 est.) Literacy Rate- 56.1%
Health Expenditure- 4.7%
Labor Force- 12.05 million Median age: total: 16.9 years Population growth rate: 1.98% (2012 est.) Birth rate: 38.7 births/1,000 population (2012 est.) Death rate : 15.16 deaths/1,000 population (July 2012 est. GDP - per capita (PPP): $1,900 (2011 est.) Labor force : 4.293 million (2007) Health expenditures: 7% of GDP Population- 23.93 million Death Rate: 8.39 deaths/1,000 population (July 2012 est.) Fertility Rate:1.78 children born/woman By: Ayesha Chantelle Harjot Population:10,557,259 Median Age Total: 17 years Birth Rate:40.58 births/1,000 population Iman Death Rate: 9.36 deaths/1,000 population and Jamie Life expectancy: 59.24 years Fertility rate:6.08 children born Health expenditures:13.1% of GDP Education expenditure:8.3% of GDP Literacy :67.2%
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