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International rankings of Barbados

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International rankings of Barbados

The following are international rankings of Barbados.


  • World Bank:
  • - GDP - (PPP) per capita:
    • 2004: ranked 59 of 232 countries & territories -- $ 15,700 59th


  • United Nations: Human Development Index 2006, ranked 31st out of 177 countries[3]
    • 2005, ranked 30th out of 177 countries[4]
    • 2004, ranked 29th out of 177 countries[5]
    • 2003, ranked 27th out of 175 countries[6]
    • 2002, ranked 31st out of 173 countries[7]
    • 2001, ranked 31st out of 162 countries[8]
    • 2000, ranked 30th out of 174 countries[9]
    • 1999, ranked 29th out of 174 countries[10]
    • 1998, N/A

Human rights

  • Freedom in the World – Political Liberties
    • 2010, ranked 1st (Joint) out of 193
  • Freedom in the World – Civil Rights
    • 2010, ranked 1st (Joint) out of 193




See also


  1. ^ 32nd
  2. ^ 31st (Barbados' debut to the list)
  3. ^ 31st (3rd in the Americas, after Canada and the United States)
  4. ^ 30th
  5. ^ 29th
  6. ^ 27th
  7. ^ 31st
  8. ^ 31st
  9. ^ 30th
  10. ^ 29th
  11. ^ 50th
  12. ^ 40th
  13. ^ 31st
  14. ^ 21st (Barbados' debut to the list)
  15. ^ 33rd
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