GDP per capita has nothing to do with equality or poverty. It only looks at economic growth, and some of the most unequal countries in the world has a high GDP per capita. If you don't look as well at development ranking, the situation of health, education etc... it doesn't give you a lot of facts at all, as a matter of fact.
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