Yes, the literacy rate is 99%
High literacy rate indicate that the country has a high standard of living, and in reading, and writing.
the GDP does not affect the literacy rate. The literacy rate affects the GDP. normally the higher the literacy rate, the higher the GDP, but not always. Some countries can have a very high literacy rate, but not a high GDP. but most of the time the higher the literacy rate, the higher the GDP and standard of living.
The literacy rates for Korea and Japan are a very high 100 percent rate of literacy.
The literacy rate for Cuba is high therefore so is the standard of living
Fairly high, in 2007 the literacy rate it was estimated at 92.9% though in rural areas the rate is lower (80.3%).
The literacy rate in both South Korea and North Korea is a very high 100 percent rate of literacy. that is bs. the rate is 98%
Literacy rate in Poland is so high because there is a compulsory schooling for all children.
Italy has a high literacy rate and the location is great so the GDP is high
that most people in the country are able to read and write
High literacy rate=strong economy=high standard of living.
GDP can indeed affect the literacy rate. If the country has a high GDP then it can provide free education to poors which will improve the literacy rate.