Middle Income Countries 2019

According to the World Bank, Middle Income Countries (or MICs) have a per capital gross national income (GNI) between $1,006 to $12,235. Approximately 5 billion people live within MICs. Approximately one-third of global GDP is represented by these nations.

MICs are further broken down into two additional groups: lower middle-income countries and upper middle-income countries. Lower middle-income nations have a GNI per capital of $1,006 to $3,995. Upper middle-income countries have a SNI per capital of $3,956 to $12,235.

According to the World Bank, these nations have a lower-middle income economy as of 2019:

These nations have upper-middle income economies

Rank Flag Country Population 2019
1India1,366,417,754
2Indonesia270,625,568
3Pakistan216,565,318
4Nigeria200,963,599
5Bangladesh163,046,161
6Philippines108,116,615
7Egypt100,388,073
8Vietnam96,462,106
9Myanmar54,045,420
10Kenya52,573,973
11Ukraine43,993,638
12Sudan42,813,238
13Morocco36,471,769
14Uzbekistan32,981,716
15Angola31,825,295
16Ghana30,417,856
17Cameroon25,876,380
18Ivory Coast25,716,544
19Sri Lanka21,323,733
20Zambia17,861,030
21Cambodia16,486,542
22Tunisia11,694,719
23Bolivia11,513,100
24Honduras9,746,117
25Papua New Guinea8,776,109
26Laos7,169,455
27Nicaragua6,545,502
28El Salvador6,453,553
29Kyrgyzstan6,415,850
30Mauritania4,525,696
31Moldova4,043,263
32Georgia3,996,765
33Mongolia3,225,167
34Lesotho2,125,268
35Djibouti973,560
36Bhutan763,092
37Solomon Islands669,823
38Vanuatu299,882
39Sao Tome And Principe215,056
40Kiribati117,606
41Micronesia113,815