Country Comparison > GDP - real growth rate

RankCountryGDP - real growth rate (%)
1South Sudan24.7
2Sierra Leone13.3
3Turkmenistan12.2
4Paraguay12
5Macau11.9
6Mongolia11.8
7Turks and Caicos Islands11.2
8Moldova8.9
9Laos8.3
10Liberia8.1
11East Timor8.1
12Cote d'Ivoire8
13Ghana7.9
14China7.7
15Panama7.5
16Rwanda7.5
17Tajikistan7.4
18Kyrgyzstan7.4
19Cambodia7
20Eritrea7
21Ethiopia7
22Tanzania7
23Uzbekistan7
24Mozambique7
25Philippines6.8
26Bolivia6.8
27Burma6.8
28Gabon6.6
29Burkina Faso6.5
30Gambia, The6.4
31Mauritania6.4
32Sri Lanka6.3
33Congo, Democratic Republic of the6.2
34Niue6.2
35Niger6.2
36Nigeria6.2
37Zambia6
38Gibraltar6
39Congo, Republic of the5.8
40Bangladesh5.8
41Bhutan5.8
42Azerbaijan5.8
43West Bank5.7
44Uganda5.6
45Angola5.6
46Togo5.5
47Qatar5.5
48Papua New Guinea5.4
49Vietnam5.3
50Guyana5.3
51Indonesia5.3
52Isle of Man5.2
53Oman5.1
54Morocco5.1
55Kenya5.1
56Peru5.1
57Kazakhstan5
58Malawi5
59Benin5
60Djibouti5
61Mali4.8
62Suriname4.7
63Malaysia4.7
64Nicaragua4.6
65Cameroon4.6
66Armenia4.6
67Burundi4.5
68Sao Tome and Principe4.5
69Namibia4.4
70Bahrain4.4
71Chile4.4
72Colombia4.2
73Iraq4.2
74Lesotho4.1
75Singapore4.1
76Sint Maarten4
77United Arab Emirates4
78Senegal4
79Latvia4
80Ecuador4
81Solomon Islands4
82Botswana3.9
83Chad3.9
84Sudan3.9
85Turkey3.8
86Yemen3.8
87Saudi Arabia3.6
88Nepal3.6
89Pakistan3.6
90Curacao3.6
91Comoros3.5
92Costa Rica3.5
93Argentina3.5
94Maldives3.5
95Montserrat3.5
96Palau3.5
97Guinea-Bissau3.5
98Romania3.5
99Uruguay3.5
100Mauritius3.4
101Lithuania3.4
102Haiti3.4
103Israel3.3
104Guatemala3.3
105Jordan3.3
106Seychelles3.3
107Vanuatu3.3
108Zimbabwe3.2
109India3.2
110Afghanistan3.1
111Algeria3.1
112Cuba3.1
113Macedonia3.1
114American Samoa3
115Guernsey3
116Greenland3
117Fiji3
118Faroe Islands2.9
119Guinea2.9
120Hong Kong2.9
121Kiribati2.9
122Thailand2.9
123Tunisia2.8
124Korea, South2.8
125Honduras2.8
126Madagascar2.6
127Somalia2.6
128New Zealand2.5
129Kosovo2.5
130Georgia2.5
131Australia2.5
132Belize2.5
133Aruba2.4
134Malta2.4
135Kuwait2.3
136Brazil2.3
137Marshall Islands2.3
138Taiwan2.2
139Belarus2.1
140Dominican Republic2
141Japan2
142Saint Vincent and the Grenadines2
143Switzerland2
144Serbia2
145South Africa2
146Virgin Islands2
147Saint Kitts and Nevis1.9
148Iceland1.9
149Bahamas, The1.9
150Egypt1.8
151Liechtenstein1.8
152United Kingdom1.8
153Antigua and Barbuda1.7
154Canada1.6
155El Salvador1.6
156Venezuela1.6
157United States1.6
158Trinidad and Tobago1.6
159Norway1.6
160Estonia1.5
161Cape Verde1.5
162Montenegro1.5
163Lebanon1.5
164Brunei1.4
165Korea, North1.3
166Guam1.3
167Poland1.3
168Russia1.3
169British Virgin Islands1.3
170Mexico1.2
171Cayman Islands1.1
172Dominica1.1
173Tuvalu1.1
174Tonga1
175Cocos (Keeling) Islands1
176Monaco0.9
177Sweden0.9
178Slovakia0.8
179Grenada0.8
180Bosnia and Herzegovina0.8
181Albania0.7
182Ireland0.6
183Micronesia, Federated States of0.6
184New Caledonia0.6
185Germany0.5
186Luxembourg0.5
187Bulgaria0.5
188Austria0.4
189Jamaica0.4
190Ukraine0.4
191France0.3
192Hungary0.2
193Saint Lucia0.2
194Samoa0.1
195Belgium0.1
196Cook Islands0.1
197Denmark0.1
198Swaziland0
199French Polynesia-0.4
200Finland-0.6
201Barbados-0.8
202Netherlands-0.8
203Czech Republic-0.9
204Croatia-1
205Slovenia-1.1
206Spain-1.3
207Iran-1.5
208Equatorial Guinea-1.5
209Andorra-1.6
210Italy-1.8
211Portugal-1.8
212Syria-2.3
213San Marino-3.5
214Bermuda-3.5
215Greece-3.8
216Libya-5.1
217Puerto Rico-5.8
218Anguilla-8.5
219Central African Republic-14.5

Definition: This entry gives GDP growth on an annual basis adjusted for inflation and expressed as a percent.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2014

See also: GDP - real growth rate map

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