Third highest GDP per capita in SEA goes to…

Malaysia recorded the third highest GDP per capita in Southeast Asia as of April 2024.

It came in third with a decent US$13,315, stated the International Monetary Fund in its World Economic Outlook that was published in April

As expected the top spot was clinched by Singapore US$88,447. This was followed by Brunei with US$35,112.

The rest of the Southeast Asian nations recorded GDP per capita with four figures.

Thailand recorded US$7,841 to be ranked one spot below Malaysia.

Myanmar is at the bottom with US$1250.

The latest Asean member – Timor Leste is ranked one spot above Myanmar, at the 10th spot. It recorded US$1,454 in GDP per capita.

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