Gini index in Ghana 2013-2028
The Gini coefficient here measures the degree of income inequality on a scale from 0 (=total equality of incomes) to 1 (=total inequality).
The shown data are an excerpt of Statista's Key Market Indicators (KMI). The KMI are a collection of primary and secondary indicators on the macro-economic, demographic and technological environment in more than 150 countries and regions worldwide. All input data are sourced from international institutions, national statistical offices, and trade associations. All data has been are processed to generate comparable datasets (see supplementary notes under details for more information).
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