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Prepared by John Hooley.
Mali had a per capita income in PPP terms of US$502 in 1990 and US$829 in 2013. An SSA peer group consisting of Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Uganda had an average per capita income of US$551 in 1990 and US$1759 in 2013. And an Asian peer group of Nepal, Bangladesh, and Cambodia had an average per capita income of US$649 in 1990 and US$2055 in 2013.