India is at about the level of Africa and China is near the level of Latin America with Mexico based on per capita GDP

The World Bank 2011 purchasing power parity GDP numbers show that Africa has a similar economic profile to India and Latin America and Mexico are similar to China.

In 2011, India had per capita GDP PPP of $4735 and exchange rate per capita GDP of $1533 and a population of 1.216 billion.
In 2011, Africa had per capita GDP PPP of $4044 and exchange rate per capita GDP of $1838 and a population of 1.017 billion

In 2011, China had per capita GDP PPP of $10,057 and exchange rate per capita GDP of $5456 and a population of 1.342 billion.
In 2011, Latin AM+Mexico had per capita GDP PPP of $13330 and exchange rate per capita GDP of $9535 and a population of 0.513 billion

China caught up more to Latin America and Mexico in 2014 with a per capita GDP of about $13000 on a PPP basis.
China in 2014 should have an exchange rate per capita GDP of about $7400.
China with Hong Kong and Macau in 2014 has an exchange rate per capita GDP of about $7700.

Latin America has GDP growth of about 2.6% in 2014 and Mexico might have 3.1%.

China will probably pass a combined Latin America and Mexico on per capita PPP GDP in 2016.
China will probably pass a combined Latin America and Mexico on per capita exchange rate GDP in 2018 or 2019.

Currently Africa and India have comparable GDP growth rates in the 4-5% level.

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