Country Comparison > Industrial production growth rate

RankCountryIndustrial production growth rate (%)
1Mongolia37.3
2Qatar27.1
3Estonia18
4Laos17.7
5Armenia14.1
6China13.9
7Congo, Republic of the12
8Georgia11.8
9Panama10.9
10Botswana10.8
11Belarus10.5
12Sri Lanka10.1
13Ecuador10.1
14Papua New Guinea10
15Kyrgyzstan10
16Ethiopia9.5
17Turkey9.2
18Yemen9
19Latvia9
20Gambia, The8.9
21Zambia8.8
22Kuwait8.7
23East Timor8.5
24Saudi Arabia8.4
25Malawi8.2
26Mozambique8
27Eritrea8
28Germany8
29Uzbekistan8
30Singapore7.8
31San Marino7.6
32Ukraine7.6
33Tajikistan7.5
34Rwanda7.5
35Lithuania7.5
36Austria7.5
37Bangladesh7.4
38Turkmenistan7.3
39Moldova7.1
40Burundi7
41Tanzania7
42Sao Tome and Principe7
43Czech Republic6.9
44Slovakia6.9
45Poland6.9
46Sweden6.8
47Suriname6.5
48Paraguay6.5
49Argentina6.5
50Namibia6.5
51Chile6.3
52Luxembourg6.2
53Syria6
54Vietnam6
55Bulgaria5.9
56Cambodia5.7
57Zimbabwe5.7
58Belgium5.6
59Romania5.6
60Burkina Faso5.5
61Hungary5.4
62Niger5.1
63Peru5
64Ghana5
65Angola5
66Taiwan5
67Senegal4.9
68Iraq4.8
69Colombia4.8
70India4.8
71Gabon4.8
72Russia4.7
73Guinea-Bissau4.7
74Cote d'Ivoire4.5
75Morocco4.4
76Burma4.3
77Guatemala4.1
78Indonesia4.1
79United States4.1
80Macedonia4
81Cape Verde4
82Cameroon4
83Mexico3.9
84Korea, South3.8
85Canada3.7
86Bolivia3.6
87Oman3.5
88Sudan3.5
89Venezuela3.4
90Kazakhstan3.4
91Faroe Islands3.4
92Mauritius3.3
93Slovenia3.2
94United Arab Emirates3.2
95Cuba3.2
96Bosnia and Herzegovina3.1
97Kenya3.1
98Lesotho3
99Pakistan3
100Albania3
101Benin3
102Central African Republic3
103Chad3
104Iceland3
105Guinea3
106Ireland3
107Costa Rica2.8
108Samoa2.8
109Libya2.7
110Nigeria2.5
111South Africa2.5
112Togo2.5
113France2.4
114Honduras2.4
115Trinidad and Tobago2.1
116Serbia2.1
117Lebanon2.1
118Madagascar2
119Mauritania2
120Israel2
121Seychelles2
122Uganda2
123Denmark1.9
124Equatorial Guinea1.8
125El Salvador1.8
126Finland1.5
127Dominican Republic1.5
128Bahrain1.5
129Nicaragua1.5
130New Zealand1.5
131Nepal1.4
132Malaysia1.4
133Belize1.4
134Philippines1.1
135Jordan1
136Cook Islands1
137Tonga1
138Swaziland1
139Hong Kong0.8
140Switzerland0.8
141Egypt0.5
142Croatia0.3
143Guyana0.3
144Brazil0.3
145Italy0.2
146Australia-0.1
147Netherlands-0.6
148Maldives-0.9
149Uruguay-1
150United Kingdom-1.2
151Spain-1.4
152Portugal-2
153Jamaica-2
154Iran-2.7
155Algeria-3.1
156Japan-3.5
157Norway-4.3
158Haiti-4.8
159Azerbaijan-5
160Brunei-5.4
161Tunisia-6.4
162Greece-8.5
163Thailand-9.3
164Macau-23.7

Definition: This entry gives the annual percentage increase in industrial production (includes manufacturing, mining, and construction).

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012

See also: Industrial production growth rate map

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