South American countries dominated the Global Retirement Index but Asian destinations were among the top Source: Shutterstock. But while much of Asian countries offered attractive retirement schemes for those particularly from the west, Latin American countries dominated the top
Office of the Director of National Intelligence. This uncertainty casts a shadow over the peace and prosperity of the region, since China is deeply integrated into the global economy and anchors the region economically but also selectively embraces and seeks to shape international norms and rules to advance its interests. The interplay between security competition, regime stability, and economic cooperation will color most regional interactions, with middle powers and smaller states alike seeking assurances against Chinese assertiveness that will not sacrifice economic opportunities with China; the risk of a less-robust Chinese economy is a further complication.
South Asia has been accommodating a significantly large share of global income and multidimensional poor compared to other regions. The multidimensional poor refers to individuals who are deprived of more than one dimension such as health, education and living standards. During the last decade, the share of income poor in South Asia has increased, despite the share of multidimensionally poor showing only a marginal decline. The analysis based on international income poverty line of 1.
The economy comprises of over 4. The wealth of the continent is unequally distributed both within and between the countries of Asia. Here, we present the 10 wealthiest economies in Asia in terms of GDP per capita.
Asia makes up the eastern portion of the Eurasian supercontinent ; Europe occupies the western portion. The border between the two continents is debated. Asia is bordered by the Arctic, Pacific, and Indian oceans.
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While the economies of most Asian countries can be characterized as developing, there is enormous variation among them. This variation has a regional dimension. Most of the countries of Southwest Asia fall within one of the middle-income categories as defined by the World Bank.
Muslims can be found in all mainland countries, but the most significant populations are in southern Thailand and western Burma Arakan. The Cham people of central Vietnam and Cambodia are also Muslim. Islam is the state religion in Malaysia and Brunei. Muslims are a minority in Singapore and the southern Philippines.