PING (India) VS. PED (France)

INDIA
Name of Ping >>> India
Ranking >>> 135
Population >>>1,252.14 billion
Literacy Rate >>> 62.8 %
Female Pop. with secondary education >>> 26.6
Dependency Ratio of Pop. >>> 65+ : 8.26
Infant Mortality Rate >>> 44
Life Expectancy at birth >>> 66.41
Rate of Natural Increase >>> 13.18
% of population Age 15-49 with HIV/AIDS >>> .3
Net Migration >>> -0.4
Percent Urban >>> 32
GNI (GDP) PPP per capita >>> 5,149.81
% of Pop. living below $2 US per day >>> 74.5
% of GDP spent on education >>> 3.32

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FRANCE
Name of Ped >>> France
Ranking >>> 20
Population >>> 64.29 million
Literacy Rate >>> 99%
Female Pop. with secondary education >>> 78.01
Dependency Ratio >>> 65+ : 29.65
Infant Mortality Rate >>> 3
Life Expectancy at Birth >>> 81.81
Rate of Natural Increase >>> .3%
% Population age 15-49 with HIV/AIDS >>> .4
Net Migration >>> 2
% Urban >>> 86.88
GNI (GDP) PPP per capita >>> 36,628.78
% of Pop. living below $2 US per day >>> n/a
% of GDP spent on education >>> 5.9

CONCLUSION: When comparing France, a developed country, and India, a developing country, there are many shocking differences and similarities. For example, India has a massive population of 1,252.14 billion, and France has a much smaller population of 64.29 million. Also, the UN HDI ranking (out of 192) for France is 20, and India’s ranking is 135. Another difference is the importance the two countries have for women’s education. France has 78.01% of women with at least some secondary education, however, India only has 26.6%. These numbers can conclude that France considers gender equality and secondary education to be far more important than India does. On the other hand, the two countries have shockingly close percentages of people living with HIV/AIDS (France: .4%, India: .3%) It is very easy to tell that France is a developed country and India is still developing, because the two are extremely different when observing their ranks, life expectancies, and percentage of women that have received at least some form of secondary education.

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