per capita rate

per capita rate

A rate proportional to the number of persons in a population
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Lebanon is home to the highest refugee per capita rate in the world and comes second only to Turkey in terms of absolute numbers of Syrian refugees.
Though Lebanon has the highest refugee per capita rate in the world -- nearly one in every four residents is a refugee -- Stylianides did not promise to resettle more Syrians from the country to Europe.
Still another option is to calculate an average per capita rate and then multiply it by the number of people residing in a property.
Treatment for heroin or painkiller abuse rose from 399 people in 2000 to 3,479 in 2012, a per capita rate now second in the nation.
have a higher per capita rate of unsheltered homeless.
States with the highest per capita rate of tweets were Utah, North Dakota and Nevada.
VIETNAM In 2011, the Vietnamese market for medical equipment and supplies was estimated at US$599 million, or US$7 per capita It is expected that the device market will continue to expand strongly at 15 2% per annum This will take the Vietnamese market to around US$1 2 billion in 2016, although the per capita rate will remain low According to the latest data, an estimated 61 3% of healthcare expenditure is private An estimated 90 7% of the Vietnamese medical device market is supplied by imports, and the sector is growing rapidly Singapore, Japan and China are the leading suppliers, accounting for 45 6% of imports in 2009 Local production is limited to basic items The value of exports has been growing fast, as overseas companies, mainly Japanese, use the country as a manufacturing base
Between December 2011 and November 2012, Birmingham was said to have recorded the lowest crime offences per capita rate out of all the core cities, others being Newcastle, Sheffield, Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester.
He further noted that the change of ownership rates in the UAE, as well as the cars per capita rate, are among the world's highest.
A culturally diverse nation that has gained more than 900,000 immigrants in the past 20 years, Sweden has Europe's second highest per capita rate of asylum seekers and large communities of people from Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries.
Even with its recent market growth, yogurt continues to be consumed at a much lower per capita rate in the U.
has the fourth-highest per capita rate of income inequality, following only Chile, Mexico and Turkey.