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Economic Statistics by Country, 2011

Country GDP/PPP GDP/PPP
per
capita
Real
growth
rate
(%)
Inflation
(%)
Afghanistan $21.5 billion1 $8001 8.0% 16.31%
Albania 18.97 billion 4,900 5.5 2.4
Algeria 233.2 billion 7,200 6.0 4.7
Andorra 1.84 billion1 24,0001 4.01 3.41
Angola 45.93 billion 3,200 19.1 17.7
Antigua and Barbuda 750 million2 11,0002 3.02 0.43
Argentina 518.1 billion 13,100 8.7 12.3
Armenia 13.46 billion 4,500 13.9 –0.2
Australia 640.1 billion 31,900 2.5 2.7
Austria 267.6 billion 32,700 1.9 2.3
Azerbaijan 37.92 billion 4,800 26.4 12.0
Bahamas 6.098 billion 20,200 3.5 1.21
Bahrain 15.83 billion 23,000 5.9 2.7
Bangladesh 304.3 billion 2,100 5.7 6.7
Barbados 4.745 billion 17,000 4.1 –0.54
Belarus 70.68 billion 6,900 8.0 8.0
Belgium 325 billion 31,400 1.5 2.7
Belize 1.778 billion1 6,800 3.8 3.0
Benin 8.553 billion 1,100 3.5 3.2
Bhutan 2.9 billion4 1,4004 5.34 3.02
Bolivia 25.95 billion 2,900 4.0 4.9
Bosnia and Herzegovina 22.89 billion 6,800 5.3 1.4
Botswana 17.24 billion 10,500 4.5 8.3
Brazil 1.556 trillion 8,400 2.4 5.7
Brunei 6.842 billion4 23,6004 1.71 0.91
Bulgaria 71.54 billion 9,600 5.5 4.5
Burkina Faso 16.95 billion 1,300 4.5 3.0
Burundi 5.654 billion 700 1.1 14.0
Cambodia 30.65 billion 2,200 6.0 4.3
Cameroon 40.83 billion 2,400 2.8 1.5
Canada 1.114 trillion 34,000 2.9 2.2
Cape Verde 2.99 billion 6,200 5.5 1.8
Central African Republic 4.784 billion 1,100 2.2 3.65
Chad 14.79 billion 1,500 6.0 5.5
Chile 187.1 billion 11,300 6.0 3.2
China 8.859 trillion 6,800 9.9 1.9
Colombia 337.5 billion 7,900 5.1 4.9
Comoros 441 million2 600 3.0 3.0
Congo, Dem. Rep. of 40.67 billion 700 6.5 9.01
Congo, Rep. of 4.631 billion 1,300 8.0 2.0
Costa Rica $44.68 billion $11,100 4.0% 13.8%
Côte d'Ivoire 28.52 billion 1,600 1.0 2.0
Croatia 55.76 billion 11,600 4.0 3.2
Cuba 39.17 billion 3,500 8.0 4.2
Cyprus* 16.85 billion 21,600 3.7 2.5
  4.54 billion 7,1351 10.6 9.11
Czech Republic 199.4 billion 19,500 6.0 2.0
Denmark 188.1 billion 34,600 3.4 1.9
Djibouti 619 million2 1,3002 3.52 2.02
Dominica 384 million4 5,5004 –1.04 1.05
Dominican Republic 63.73 billion 7,000 9.3 4.3
East Timor 370 million1 4001 1.01 1.81
Ecuador 56.9 billion 4,300 3.9 3.1
Egypt 303.5 billion 3,900 4.9 4.3
El Salvador 31.24 billion 4,700 2.8 4.7
Equatorial Guinea 25.69 billion 50,200 18.6 5.0
Eritrea 4.471 billion 1,000 2.0 15.0
Estonia 22.29 billion 16,700 9.6 4.0
Ethiopia 62.88 billion 900 8.9 6.0
Fiji 5.38 billion 6,000 1.7 1.62
Finland 161.5 billion 30,900 2.2 1.2
France 1.816 trillion 29,900 1.4 1.9
Gabon 9.535 billion 6,800 2.1 1.5
Gambia 3.024 billion 1,900 5.5 8.8
Georgia 15.56 billion 3,300 7.0 8.0
Germany 2.504 trillion 30,400 0.9 2.0
Ghana 54.45 billion 2,500 4.3 15.0
Greece 236.8 billion 22,200 3.7 3.8
Grenada 440 million2 5,0002 2.52 2.85
Guatemala 56.86 billion 4,700 3.2 9.1
Guinea 18.99 billion 2,000 2.0 25.0
Guinea-Bissau 1.185 billion 800 2.3 4.02
Guyana 3.549 billion 4,600 –2.5 5.5
Haiti 14.15 billion 1,700 2.0 15.2
Honduras 20.59 billion 2,900 4.2 9.2
Hungary 162.6 billion 16,300 4.1 3.7
Iceland 10.57 billion 35,600 5.7 4.1
India 3.611 trillion 3,300 7.6 4.6
Indonesia 865.6 billion 3,600 5.6 10.4
Iran 561.6 billion 8,300 6.1 16.0
Iraq 94.1 billion 3,400 –3.0 40.0
Ireland $164.6 billion $41,000 4.7% 2.7%
Israel 154.5 billion 24,600 5.2 1.3
Italy 1.698 trillion 29,200 0.1 1.9
Jamaica 12.17 billion 4,400 1.5 12.9
Japan 4.018 trillion 31,500 2.7 –0.2
Jordan 26.8 billion 4,700 6.1 5.0
Kazakhstan 124.3 billion 8,200 9.2 7.4
Kenya 37.15 billion 1,100 5.2 12.0
Kiribati 79 million 8005 1.55 2.55
Korea, North 40 billion 1,700 1.0 n.a.
Korea, South 965.3 billion 20,400 3.9 2.6
Kuwait 44.77 billion 19,200 4.8 3.5
Kyrgyzstan 10.65 billion 2,100 2.0 4.2
Laos 12.13 billion 1,900 7.2 10.0
Latvia 30.29 billion 13,200 10.2 5.9
Lebanon 23.69 billion 6,200 0.5 2.4
Lesotho 5.124 billion 2,500 0.8 4.7
Liberia 2.755 billion 1,000 8.0 15.04
Libya 65.79 billion 11,400 8.5 –1.0
Liechtenstein 1.786 billion6 25,0006 11.06 1.05
Lithuania 49.21 billion 13,700 7.5 2.6
Luxembourg 30.74 billion 55,600 3.7 3.6
Macedonia 16.03 billion 7,800 3.7 0.5
Madagascar 16.36 billion 900 5.1 10.0
Malawi 7.524 billion 600 –3.0 15.4
Malaysia 290.2 billion 12,100 5.3 2.9
Maldives 1.25 billion2 3,9002 –5.5 5.6
Mali 13.56 billion 1,200 6.0 4.52
Malta 7.926 billion 19,900 1.0 2.8
Marshall Islands 115 million5 2,3005 1.05 1.85
Mauritania 6.891 billion 2,200 5.5 7.04
Mauritius 16.09 billion 13,100 3.0 5.6
Mexico 1.067 trillion 10,000 3.0 3.3
Micronesia 277 million 3,9002 1.02 2.02
Moldova 8.175 billion 1,800 7.1 12.0
Monaco 870 million 27,0003 0.93 1.93
Mongolia 5.242 billion 1,900 6.2 9.5
Montenegro 2.412 billion 3,800 n.a. 3.41
Morocco 138.3 billion 4,200 1.8 2.1
Mozambique 26.03 billion 1,300 7.0 7.8
Myanmar (Burma) 78.74 billion 1,700 2.9 25.0
Namibia 14.23 billion 7,000 3.5 2.7
Nauru 60 million 5,000 n.a. –3.67
Nepal 39.9 billion 1,400 2.7 7.8
Netherlands 499.8 billion 30,500 1.1 1.7
New Zealand 101.8 billion 25,200 2.2 3.0
Nicaragua 16.09 billion 2,900 4.0 9.6
Niger 11.28 billion 900 4.5 0.21
Nigeria 174.1 billion 1,400 6.2 15.6
Norway 194.1 billion 42,300 3.9 2.1
Oman 39.65 billion 13,200 4.3 0.4
Pakistan 393.4 billion 2,400 6.9 9.2
Palau 174 million5 5,8005 1.05 3.43
Panama 22.76 billion 7,200 6.4 2.5
Papua New Guinea 14.37 billion 2,600 2.9 1.7
Paraguay 29.08 billion 4,900 2.7 7.5
Peru 164.5 billion 5,900 6.7 1.6
Philippines 451.3 billion 5,100 5.1 7.9
Poland 514 billion 13,300 3.2 2.1
Portugal 204.4 billion 19,300 0.3 2.4
Qatar $23.64 billion $27,400 8.8% 7.8%
Romania 183.6 billion 8,200 4.5 8.6
Russia 1.589 trillion 11,100 6.4 11.0
Rwanda 12.65 billion 1,500 5.2 8.0
St. Kitts and Nevis 339 million2 8,8002 –1.92 1.75
St. Lucia 866 million2 5,4002 3.32 3.05
St. Vincent and the Grenadines 342 million2 2,9002 0.72 –0.45
Samoa 1 billion2 5,6002 5.02 4.05
San Marino 940 million5 34,6005 7.55 3.35
São Tomé and Príncipe 214 million4 1,2004 6.01 15.1
Saudi Arabia 338 billion 12,800 6.1 0.4
Senegal 20.53 billion 1,800 6.1 1.7
Serbia and Montenegro 41.15 billion8 4,4008 5.99 15.5
Seychelles 626 million2 7,8002 –3.0 4.4
Sierra Leone 4.921 billion 800 6.3 1.02
Singapore 124.3 billion 28,100 6.4 1.0
Slovakia 87.32 billion 16,100 5.5 2.7
Slovenia 43.36 billion 21,600 3.9 2.4
Solomon Islands 800 million2 1,700 2 5.84 10.04
Somalia 4.809 billion 600 2.4 n.a.
South Africa 533.2 billion 12,000 4.9 4.6
Spain 1.029 trillion 25,500 3.4 3.4
Sri Lanka 85.34 billion 4,300 5.6 11.2
Sudan 85.65 billion 2,100 7.0 11.0
Suriname 2.818 billion 4,100 2.0 9.5
Swaziland 5.658 billion 5,000 1.8 4.0
Sweden 268 billion 29,800 2.7 0.5
Switzerland 241.8 billion 32,300 1.8 1.2
Syria 72.33 billion 3,900 4.5 2.6
Taiwan 631.2 billion 27,600 3.8 2.3
Tajikistan 8.73 billion 1,200 8.0 8.0
Tanzania 27.07 billion 700 0.0 4.0
Thailand 560.7 billion 8,300 4.5 4.8
Togo 8.965 billion 1,700 1.0 5.5
Tonga 244 million2 2,3002 1.410 10.32
Trinidad and Tobago 18.01 billion 16,700 7.0 6.8
Tunisia 83.54 billion 8,300 4.3 3.2
Turkey 572 billion 8,200 5.6 7.7
Turkmenistan 39.54 billion 8,000 4.0 10.0
Tuvalu 12.2 million3 1,1003 3.03 5.03
Uganda 48.73 billion 1,800 4.0 9.7
Ukraine 340.4 billion 7,200 2.4 10.3
United Arab Emirates 111.3 billion 43,400 6.7 4.5
United Kingdom 1.83 trillion 30,300 1.8 2.2
United States 12.36 trillion 41,800 3.5 3.2
Uruguay 32.96 billion 9,600 6.5 4.9
Uzbekistan 48.24 billion 1,800 7.2 8.8
Vanuatu 580 million4 2,9004 1.14 3.14
Venezuela 153.7 billion 6,100 9.3 15.7
Vietnam 232.2 billion 2,800 8.4 8.4
Yemen 19.37 billion 900 2.4 9.6
Zambia 10.59 billion 900 5.1 19.0
Zimbabwe 28.37 billion 2,300 –7.0 585.0
NOTES: Definitions: Gross domestic product (GDP): The value of all goods and services produced domestically. Purchasing power parity (PPP): The PPP method involves the use of standardized international dollar price weights, which are applied to the GDP produced in a given economy. The data derived from the 1998 method provide a better comparison of economic well-being between countries than conversions at official currency exchange rates. n.a. = not available. *First line of figures for Greek Cyprus, second for Turkish Cyprus.
1. 2004 est.
2. 2002 est.
3. 2000 est.
4. 2003 est.
5. 2001 est.
6. 1999 est.
7. 1993 est.
8. Including Kosovo.
9. Excluding Kosovo.
10. FY03/04 est.
Source: The World Factbook, 2006.

 

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