In 1960 Myanmar’s per capita income was twice that of Thailand’s–today it is the lowest in Southeast Asia

Myanmar’s Growing, but Has a Long Way to Go – WSJ, August 20, 2012
…Its per capita income in 1960 was about $670, more than three times that of Indonesia and more than twice that of Thailand. By 2010 it had the lowest GDP per capita in Southeast Asia, at about $1,300 on a purchasing power parity basis…

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