English proficiencies within ASEAN vs Income Inequality in ASEAN


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… the first CLEAR comparison of effects of IGNORANCE…

GINI vs TEOFL asean

(ETF/TOEFL score 0.100)

  1. Singapore. Rating: 98 (very high)
  2. Malaysia: 88 (high)
  3. Philippines: 88 (high)
  4. Indonesia: 78 (moderate)
  5. Brunei: 77 (moderate)
  6. Thailand: 75 (low)
  7. Myanmar: 74 (low)
  8. Vietnam: 73 (low)
  9. Laos: 67 (very low)
  10. Cambodia: 63 (very low)

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(Gini coefficient: 0=perfect distribution, 100= total inequality. Source: UN)

  1. Philippines: Worst income distribution. Gini: 44.0
  2. Singapore: Wide inequality of household incomes. Gini: 42.5
  3. Thailand: Highly uneven distribution of family income. Gini: 42.0
  4. Cambodia: The gap between rich and poor widens. Gini: 41.7
  5. Myanmar: The UN determines an increasing income spread. Gini: 40.0
  6. Indonesia: Is relatively better off than its peers. Gini: 39.5
  7. Malaysia: Income disparity is high between Pensinsular and other provinces. Gini: 37.9
  8. Vietnam: Has a comparably ‘even’ income distribution. Gini: 37.8
  9. Brunei: There is a gap between rich and poor even in the Sultanate. Gini: 35.5
  10. Laos: has a quite even income distribution, albeit on a low level. Gini: 34

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