Many of the world’s poorest countries base their GDP (Gross Domestic Product) on PPP (Purchasing Power Parity). The majority of these poor countries are in Africa, and they are not economically developed, despite the fact that agriculture provides the majority of their revenue. The cost of living, currency value, population, business activities, and political activities all play a role in low-income countries. Most nations with high levels of corruption among politicians and government officials have lower PPPs. As a result, the International Monetary Fund evaluated the country’s rating based on the lowest PPP.
|Rank||Country Name||PPP / Capital||Population||Area(km2)|
|6||Central African Republic||$774||4,422,000||622,984|
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