Country Comparison > GDP (purchasing power parity)

RankCountryGDP (purchasing power parity) (Billion $)
1United States15,290
2China11,440
3India4,515
4Japan4,497
5Germany3,139
6Russia2,414
7Brazil2,324
8United Kingdom2,290
9France2,246
10Italy1,871
11Mexico1,683
12Korea, South1,574
13Spain1,432
14Canada1,414
15Indonesia1,139
16Turkey1,087
17Iran1,003
18Australia926.2
19Taiwan887.3
20Poland781.5
21Argentina725.6
22Netherlands713.1
23Saudi Arabia691.5
24Thailand609.8
25South Africa562.2
26Egypt525.6
27Pakistan494.8
28Colombia478
29Malaysia453
30Nigeria418.7
31Belgium418.6
32Philippines395.4
33Sweden386.6
34Venezuela378.9
35Austria356.5
36Hong Kong355.6
37Switzerland344.2
38Ukraine333.7
39Singapore318.9
40Peru305.8
41Vietnam303.8
42Chile303.5
43Greece298.1
44Czech Republic288.6
45Bangladesh285.8
46Romania270.6
47Norway269.3
48Algeria267
49United Arab Emirates262.1
50Portugal252.2
51Israel238.2
52Kazakhstan219.6
53Denmark209.2
54Finland198.2
55Hungary198.1
56Qatar184.3
57Ireland183.9
58Morocco164.7
59Kuwait155.5
60Belarus143.6
61Iraq129.3
62Ecuador129.1
63Slovakia128.5
64New Zealand123.8
65Sri Lanka118
66Angola117.2
67Cuba114.1
68Syria107.6
69Tunisia102.3
70Bulgaria102.3
71Uzbekistan96.46
72Ethiopia96.09
73Dominican Republic94.58
74Azerbaijan94.25
75Sudan90.19
76Burma83.74
77Oman82.82
78Croatia81.36
79Serbia79.88
80Ghana75.9
81Guatemala75.67
82Kenya72.34
83Puerto Rico64.84
84Tanzania64.71
85Lithuania62.39
86Lebanon62.23
87Yemen58.71
88Slovenia58.63
89Costa Rica55.73
90Bolivia51.56
91Uruguay51.56
92Panama51.26
93Cameroon47.86
94Uganda46.96
95El Salvador45.15
96Turkmenistan43.91
97Luxembourg41.75
98Korea, North40
99Nepal38.28
100Libya37.97
101Jordan37.37
102Cote d'Ivoire36.53
103Honduras36.15
104Paraguay35.8
105Latvia35.37
106Cambodia33.89
107Bosnia and Herzegovina32.04
108Bahrain31.5
109Afghanistan30.11
110Botswana30.09
111Estonia27.66
112Trinidad and Tobago26.88
113Equatorial Guinea26.48
114Congo, Democratic Republic of the25.59
115Senegal25.47
116Albania25.23
117Jamaica25.07
118Gabon24.89
119Georgia24.86
120Mozambique24.19
121Burkina Faso22.32
122Zambia22.16
123Macedonia21.62
124Brunei21.24
125Madagascar20.66
126Chad19.79
127Mauritius19.52
128Nicaragua19.12
129Congo, Republic of the18.48
130Macau18.47
131Armenia18.17
132Mali18.1
133Laos17.66
134Papua New Guinea17.08
135Tajikistan16.43
136Namibia15.94
137Benin14.87
138Malawi14.08
139Rwanda13.86
140Mongolia13.43
141Kyrgyzstan13.29
142Kosovo13.02
143West Bank12.79
144Iceland12.57
145Haiti12.52
146Moldova12.15
147Niger11.78
148Guinea11.61
149Bahamas, The10.92
150Malta10.89
151East Timor9.63
152Montenegro7.25
153Mauritania7.18
154Barbados6.58
155Togo6.5
156Swaziland6.31
157Zimbabwe6.21
158Somalia5.9
159Guyana5.86
160Monaco5.47
161Burundi5.25
162Sierra Leone5.16
163Suriname5.13
164Jersey5.1
165Liechtenstein5
166French Polynesia4.72
167Bermuda4.5
168Bhutan4.34
169Fiji4.19
170Eritrea4.09
171Lesotho3.85
172Central African Republic3.69
173Gambia, The3.54
174Andorra3.17
175New Caledonia3.16
176Maldives2.88
177Curacao2.84
178Belize2.84
179Guernsey2.74
180Isle of Man2.72
181Guam2.5
182Seychelles2.27
183Djibouti2.26
184Aruba2.26
185Cayman Islands2.25
186Greenland2.13
187Saint Lucia2.13
188Cape Verde2.08
189Guinea-Bissau1.95
190Liberia1.79
191Solomon Islands1.75
192Antigua and Barbuda1.6
193Virgin Islands1.58
194Faroe Islands1.47
195Grenada1.47
196Gibraltar1.28
197Saint Vincent and the Grenadines1.28
198Vanuatu1.22
199San Marino1.14
200Samoa1.1
201Dominica0.99
202Western Sahara0.91
203Northern Mariana Islands0.9
204Saint Kitts and Nevis0.89
205British Virgin Islands0.85
206Comoros0.85
207Sint Maarten0.79
208Tonga0.77
209Kiribati0.61
210American Samoa0.58
211Sao Tome and Principe0.38
212Micronesia, Federated States of0.24
213Turks and Caicos Islands0.22
214Cook Islands0.18
215Anguilla0.18
216Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0.16
217Palau0.16
218Marshall Islands0.13
219Nauru0.06
220Wallis and Futuna0.06
221Saint Pierre and Miquelon0.05
222Montserrat0.04
223Tuvalu0.04
224Saint Helena0.02
225Niue0.01
226Tokelau0

Definition: This entry gives the gross domestic product (GDP) or value of all final goods and services produced within a nation in a given year. A nation's GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rates is the sum value of all goods and services produced in the country valued at prices prevailing in the United States. This is the measure most economists prefer when looking at per-capita welfare and when comparing living conditions or use of resources across countries. The measure is difficult to compute, as a US dollar value has to be assigned to all goods and services in the country regardless of whether these goods and services have a direct equivalent in the United States (for example, the value of an ox-cart or non-US military equipment); as a result, PPP estimates for some countries are based on a small and sometimes different set of goods and services. In addition, many countries do not formally participate in the World Bank's PPP project that calculates these measures, so the resulting GDP estimates for these countries may lack precision. For many developing countries, PPP-based GDP measures are multiples of the official exchange rate (OER) measure. The difference between the OER- and PPP-denominated GDP values for most of the weathly industrialized countries are generally much smaller.

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

See also: GDP (purchasing power parity) map

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