Country Comparison > GDP - real growth rate

RankCountryGDP - real growth rate (%)
1Qatar18.8
2Mongolia17.3
3Turkmenistan14.7
4Ghana13.6
5East Timor10.6
6Panama10.6
7Iraq9.9
8Solomon Islands9.3
9Zimbabwe9.3
10China9.2
11Argentina8.9
12Papua New Guinea8.9
13Rwanda8.8
14Eritrea8.7
15Turkey8.5
16Uzbekistan8.3
17Laos8.3
18Kuwait8.2
19Sri Lanka8.2
20Ecuador7.8
21Estonia7.6
22Ethiopia7.5
23Kazakhstan7.5
24Maldives7.4
25Tajikistan7.4
26Nigeria7.2
27India7.2
28Mozambique7.1
29Equatorial Guinea7.1
30Georgia7
31West Bank7
32Peru6.9
33Congo, Democratic Republic of the6.9
34Saudi Arabia6.8
35Tanzania6.7
36Uganda6.7
37Zambia6.6
38Indonesia6.5
39Moldova6.4
40Liberia6.4
41Niue6.2
42Cambodia6.1
43Bangladesh6.1
44Gibraltar6
45Lithuania5.9
46Bhutan5.9
47Chile5.9
48Colombia5.9
49Vietnam5.9
50Gabon5.8
51Kyrgyzstan5.7
52Afghanistan5.7
53Uruguay5.7
54Burkina Faso5.6
55Haiti5.6
56Latvia5.5
57Oman5.5
58Malawi5.5
59Burma5.5
60Palau5.5
61Guinea-Bissau5.3
62Sierra Leone5.3
63Belarus5.3
64Isle of Man5.2
65Ukraine5.2
66Malaysia5.1
67Bolivia5.1
68Cape Verde5
69Kosovo5
70Kenya5
71Hong Kong5
72United Arab Emirates4.9
73Turks and Caicos Islands4.9
74Sao Tome and Principe4.9
75Singapore4.9
76Seychelles4.9
77Nicaragua4.7
78Israel4.7
79Botswana4.6
80Bermuda4.6
81Congo, Republic of the4.5
82Djibouti4.5
83Dominican Republic4.5
84Suriname4.5
85Poland4.4
86Armenia4.4
87Morocco4.3
88Russia4.3
89Venezuela4.2
90Lesotho4.2
91Guyana4.2
92Burundi4.2
93Costa Rica4.2
94Cameroon4.1
95Mauritius4.1
96Togo4.1
97Taiwan4
98Sweden4
99Mexico4
100Korea, North4
101Guatemala3.8
102Paraguay3.8
103Philippines3.7
104Namibia3.6
105Guinea3.6
106Honduras3.6
107Korea, South3.6
108Mauritania3.6
109Montserrat3.5
110Curacao3.5
111Nepal3.5
112Angola3.4
113Slovakia3.3
114Vanuatu3.3
115Gambia, The3.3
116Germany3.1
117Iceland3.1
118Austria3.1
119Benin3.1
120Central African Republic3.1
121South Africa3.1
122American Samoa3
123Guernsey3
124Greenland3
125Macedonia3
126Finland2.9
127Faroe Islands2.9
128French Polynesia2.7
129Brazil2.7
130Mali2.7
131Senegal2.6
132Somalia2.6
133Romania2.5
134Monaco2.5
135Montenegro2.5
136Libya2.5
137Jordan2.5
138Canada2.5
139Belize2.5
140Algeria2.5
141Aruba2.4
142Pakistan2.4
143Niger2.3
144Comoros2.2
145Malta2.1
146Samoa2.1
147Virgin Islands2
148Iran2
149Fiji2
150Australia2
151Albania2
152Bahamas, The2
153Belgium1.9
154Brunei1.9
155Switzerland1.9
156Serbia1.8
157Egypt1.8
158Bahrain1.8
159Kiribati1.8
160Hungary1.7
161Bosnia and Herzegovina1.7
162Bulgaria1.7
163France1.7
164Czech Republic1.7
165Norway1.7
166United States1.7
167Sint Maarten1.6
168Chad1.6
169Cuba1.5
170Jamaica1.5
171Lebanon1.5
172Tonga1.5
173New Zealand1.4
174El Salvador1.4
175Netherlands1.3
176Denmark1.1
177Cayman Islands1.1
178Grenada1.1
179Luxembourg1
180Macau1
181Cocos (Keeling) Islands1
182San Marino0.8
183United Kingdom0.7
184Spain0.7
185Ireland0.7
186Dominica0.5
187Barbados0.5
188Madagascar0.5
189Italy0.4
190Tuvalu0.4
191Swaziland0.3
192Micronesia, Federated States of0.3
193Saint Lucia0.2
194Thailand0.1
195Cook Islands0.1
196Azerbaijan0.1
197Croatia0
198Slovenia-0.2
199Marshall Islands-0.3
200Saint Vincent and the Grenadines-0.4
201Liechtenstein-0.5
202Antigua and Barbuda-0.5
203British Virgin Islands-0.6
204Japan-0.7
205Tunisia-0.8
206Trinidad and Tobago-1.3
207Portugal-1.5
208Andorra-1.8
209Saint Kitts and Nevis-2
210Syria-2
211Sudan-3.9
212Cote d'Ivoire-4.7
213Puerto Rico-5.8
214Greece-6.9
215Anguilla-8.5
216Yemen-10.5

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, 2012

See also: GDP - real growth rate map

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