PING vs PED by: Emerald Pina

PING: Indonesia

Name of PING Indonesia
Ranking (UN HDI) Current Year (_of 192) 108
Population 249.87 million
Literacy Rate %92.8
Gender: Female Population with at least some secondary education %39.85
Dependency Ratio of Population <15 = %42.17

>65+ = %8.16

Infant Mortality Rate 26 (per 1000 live births)
Life Expectancy at birth 70.83
Rate of Natural Increase %1.4
% of Population Ages

15-49 with HIV/AIDS

%.4
Net Migration -0.6 (per 1000 population)
Percent Urban %52.25
GNI (GDP) PPP per capita $9260
Poverty: Percent of Pop living below $2 US per Day %52
%of GDP spent on education %2.77

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PED: Norway

Name of PED Norway
Ranking (UN HDI) Current Year (_of 192) 1
Population 5.04 million
Literacy Rate n.a
Gender: Female Population with at least some secondary education %97.36
Dependency Ratio of Population <15 =%28.58                         >65+=%25.17
Infant Mortality Rate 2 (per 1000 live births)
Life Expectancy at birth 81.5
Rate of Natural Increase (CBR-CDR) CBR= 12 (per 1000 total population)

CDR= 8 (per 1000 total population)                                                RNI= .4%

% of Population Ages

15-49 with HIV/AIDS

%0.1    
Net Migration 6 (per 1000 population)
Percent Urban %79.94
GNI (GDP) PPP per capita 62,858.01
Poverty: Percent of Pop living below $2 US per Day $66520
%of GDP spent on education %6.93

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Conclusion: Indonesia and Norway have many differences and very few similarities. One difference is there population, Indonesia has 249.87 million and Norway has 5.04 million people. Another difference is their Net Migration, Norway has 6 (per 1000 population) and Indonesia has    -0.6. Also Norway is a whole percent higher in Natural Increase than Indonesia, Norway being %1.4 and Indonesia being .4%. A similarity is both countries have a high female population with at least some secondary education. From the data, you can see that both countries have well educated women. Also that Norway has a higher natural increase and net migration, but has a lot smaller population. 

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