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Today, we have dropped to 10th in per capita expenditures.
Europe's highest per capita expenditure is $105 a year, in Switzerland.
"This country has the highest per capita expenditure on culture in the world.
This allowed Utah's per capita expenditure for new industrial plants from the federal government to be $534 while the national average was $188.
One study showed that Kentucky doubled its per capita expenditures between 1957 and 1962, growing its appropriations faster than any other state.
The per capita expenditures in New York for basic services - schools, public safety, transportation, parks - are about the same as in other cities.
And, with its three branches, Smithtown has the largest tax base of any system in the county, and its per capita expenditures are below average.
The average rural household per capita expenditure/income in 2010, was IN Rs.
Within Dipolog, 23.15% of the population was estimated to be living below the poverty line (households with a per capita expenditure of under $1 a day).
During the Sixties, median family incomes increased by over 33%, while per capita expenditures on recreation and meals grew by over 40%.
Today Government spending on black education has increased dramatically but still falls far short of per capita expenditure on whites, mixed-race people and Indians.
As regards the economic support given to the four poorest countries, it was decided that it would be best to maintain per capita expenditure at 1999 levels.
Mr Reynolds also detailed the measures taken by the Irish government against terrorism, including per capita expenditure on security three times that of Britain.
"Child labor does not appear to vary with per capita expenditure until households can meet their food needs, and it then declines dramatically," Professor Edmonds wrote.
As the country looks forward to majority rule, it will need not only to create employment, but also to equalize per capita expenditures in health, education, welfare and housing.
The county had the highest poor rates in England, the highest per capita expenditure and the lowest proportion of aged and infirm amongst its paupers.
CMS will update benchmarks by the projected absolute amount of growth in national per capita expenditures as well as by beneficiary characteristics.
MPCE stands for Monthly Per Capita Expenditure.
In 2000, Switzerland topped all European countries' health care expenditure when calculated as per capita expenditure in US dollar purchasing parity terms.
The per capita expenditure in the new long-term-care program will be no more than that now available for hospital and skilled-nursing care, which should be ample, Mr. Hoffman said.
Both total and per capita expenditures on health have continued to decline since at least 1990, leading to a decrease in the share of GDP attributable to health expenditures.
It was also estimated that the amount of per capita expenditures devoted towards "colored" students was 40-50% lower than for white students, further deepening the educational inequality between the two ethnic groups.
In that same year, the per capita expenditure for health care was very low compared with other Middle Eastern countries-US$34 per capita according to the World Health Organization.
An assigned beneficiary growth rate was calculated at the end of each performance year by comparing the total Medicare Part A and Part B per capita expenditures to a base year period.
As per a strict measure used by the National Sample Survey in its 63rd round, called monthly per capita expenditure, rural expenditure accounts for 55% of total national monthly expenditure.