Economic challenges in Somaliland
Somaliland has the world's fourth-lowest GDP per head and a particularly high income gap between rich and poor, according to newly released data from the World Bank.
GDP per head of US$348 in 2012 ranks Somaliland above only three countries—Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Malawi—the World Bank revealed during a one‑day economic conference jointly convened with the Somaliland Ministry of Planning and Co-ordination on January 29th at a hotel in the capital, Hargeisa. Analysis of a household and enterprise survey carried out by the World Bank and the planning ministry in early 2013 indicates that the uneven distribution of wealth is a major challenge for Somaliland, according to the World Bank country director for Somalia, Bella Bird.
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