Countries with economies defined as low-income, lower-middle-income and upper-middle-income, as defined by the World Bank (as per June 2019), including Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland:

 

East Asia and Pacific

 

American Samoa  Marshall Islands   Thailand
Cambodia  Micronesia, Fed. Sts   Timor-Leste
China  Mongolia  Tuvalu
Fiji  Myanmar   Tonga
Indonesia  Nauru   Vanuatu
Kiribati  Papua New Guinea   Vietnam
Korea, Dem. Rep.  Philippines
Lao PDR Somoa
Malaysia Solomon Islands

 

 

Europe and Central Asia

 

Albania Kazakhstan Russian Federation
Armenia Kosovo Serbia
Azerbaijan Kyrgyz Republic Slovakia
Belarus Macedonia, FYR Tajikistan
Bosnia and Herzegovina Moldova Turkey
Bulgaria Montenegro Turkmenistan
Croatia Poland Ukraine
Czech Republic Romania Uzbekistan
Georgia Hungary

 

 

Latin America and the Caribbean

 

Argentina Ecuador  Nicaragua
Belize El Salvador Paraguay
Bolivia Grenada Peru
Brazil Guatemala  St. Lucia 
Colombia Guyana St. Vincent and the Grenadines  
Costa Rica Haiti Suriname
Cuba Honduras Venezuela, RB
Dominica Jamaica
Dominican Republic Mexico

 

 

 

 

Middle East and North Africa

 

Algeria  Jordan  Tunisia
Djibouti  Lebanon  West Bank and Gaza
Egypt, Arab Rep.  Libya  Yemen, Rep.
Iran, Islamic Rep.  Morocco
Iraq  Syrian Arab Republic

 

 

 

 

South Asia

 

Afghanistan  India  Pakistan
Bangladesh  Maldives  Sri Lanka
Bhutan  Nepal

 

 

 

 

Sub-Saharan Africa

 

Angola  Gambia, The  Rwanda
Benin  Ghana  São Tomé and Principe
Botswana  Guinea  Senegal
Burkina Faso  Guinea-Bissau  Sierra Leone
Burundi  Kenya  Somalia
Cameroon  Lesotho  South Africa
Cape Verde  Liberia South Sudan
Central African Republic  Madagascar  Sudan
Chad  Malawi  Tanzania
Comoros  Mali Togo
Congo, Dem. Rep.  Mauritania Uganda
Congo, Rep  Mauritius Zambia
Côte d’Ivoire  Mozambique Zimbabwe
Equatorial Guinea  Namibia
Eritrea  Niger
Ethiopia  Nigeria
Gabon