GDP Ranked by Country 2019

What are the countries with the largest economies in the world? Here is a list of the top ten countries with the highest GDP:

  1. United States (GDP: 21.41 trillion)
  2. China (GDP: 15.54 trillion)
  3. Japan (GDP: 5.36 trillion)
  4. Germany (GDP: 4.42 trillion)
  5. India (GDP: 3.16 trillion)
  6. France (GDP: 3.06 trillion)
  7. United Kingdom (GDP: 3.02 trillion)
  8. Italy (GDP: 2.26 trillion)
  9. Brazil (GDP: 2.26 trillion)
  10. Canada (GDP: 1.91 trillion)

As of 2018, only four countries in the world have a GDP per capita in excess of $100,000. These are Monaco (the highest at $166,285), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Bermuda, all of which are known for attracting wealthy residents as well as for having very small populations, ranging from 38,155 (Liechtenstein) to 590,321 (Luxembourg). Conversely, at just $247, South Sudan has the world's lowest GDP per capita, and many countries, predominantly in Africa, have a GDP per capita below $1000.

Based on UN and IMF figures, the United States has the largest GDP in the world at $20.4 trillion (IMF) and $18.6 trillion (UN). The second-largest GDP is China's at $14.1 trillion (IMF) and $11.2 trillion (UN). However, the US has a population of 327 million, while China's population is the highest in the world – a massive 1.42 billion (although despite the significant difference, the US also has the third-highest population in the world, behind India in second place with 1.35 billion.

Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom make up the rest of the top five countries with the largest GDPs at $5,167,050, $4,211,640 and $2,936,290 trillion (US$), respectively (based on IMF figures). Many island nations feature on the list of countries with the lowest GDPs. The British Commonwealth nation of Tuvalu is the lowest with a GDP of US$43 million, followed by the Micronesian island of Nauru at $114 million and the Marshall Islands at $205 million. Not surprisingly, these islands also have small populations and correspondingly low GDP per capita figures, ranging from $3,810 (Tuvalu) to $10,078 (Nauru).

World GDP

The world GDP is the added total of the gross national income for every country in the world. Gross national income takes a country’s GDP, adds the value of income from imports, and subtracts the value of money from exports. The value of gross national income, GNI, differs from that of GDP because it reflects the impact of domestic and international trade.

When the GNIs of every country in the world are added together, the value of imports and exports are in balance. The world economy consists of 193 economies, with the United States being the largest.

As per World Bank estimates, the nominal world GDP in 2017 was $80,683.79 billion. In 2018, the nominal world GDP was $84,835.46 billion in 2018, and it’s projected to be $88,081.13 billion in 2019. In 2018, the growth rate for the world GDP was 3.6%.

Nominal GDP vs. PPP GDP

To compare GDPs around the world, currencies must be converted so that they’re consistent across all countries. There are two main systems of common currency conversion: nominal and PPP. These two approaches to GDP estimation have separate strengths and are generally used for different reasons.

Nominal GDP is useful for large-scope GDP comparison, either for a country or region, or on an international scale. The nominal GDP of an area is determined using up-to-date market prices and shifts according to inflation. By incorporating an area’s inflation rate in the GDP calculation, nominal GDP can indicate when prices rise in an economy. The rate of price increases in an economy are also factored into nominal GDP.

The main downfall of nominal GDP is that it doesn’t account for the living standards in a country - it focuses only on economic growth and performance. Also, generally speaking, nominal GDP can differ significantly from year to year depending on variations in exchange rate.

PPP stands for purchasing power parity. PPP GDP is used to measure both the economic growth and living standards in a country, making it a useful tool in global comparisons. The PPP approach uses exchange rates to convert one country’s currency into the other. Then, using a consistent amount of money, the quantity of goods and services that may be purchased in the countries are compared. For example, PPP may compare the cost of a car in France to the cost of a car in Japan (after using the exchange rate to convert yen to Euros, or vice versa) to analyze the difference in GDP and cost of living between these nations. PPP GDP stays relatively stable from year to year and isn’t significantly impacted by shifts in exchange rate.

PPP GDP can be faulted for the fact that it doesn’t incorporate discrepancies in quality between goods and services in different countries. In general, it’s less exact than nominal GDP and often hinges on estimates rather than calculations. As such, nominal GDP is typically used to measure and compare the size of national economies.

Nominal GDP Rankings by Country

According to the International Monetary Fund, these are the highest ranking countries in the world in nominal GDP:

  1. United States (GDP: 20.49 trillion)
  2. China (GDP: 13.4 trillion)
  3. Japan: (GDP: 4.97 trillion)
  4. Germany: (GDP: 4.00 trillion)
  5. United Kingdom: (GDP: 2.83 trillion)
  6. France: (GDP: 2.78 trillion)
  7. India: (GDP: 2.72 trillion)
  8. Italy: (GDP: 2.07 trillion)
  9. Brazil: (GDP: 1.87 trillion)
  10. Canada: (GDP: 1.71 trillion)

The Largest Economies in the World

The three largest economies in the world as measured by nominal GDP are the United States, China, and Japan. Economic growth and prosperity are impacted by a wide array of factors, namely investment in workforce education, production output (as determined by investment in physical capital), natural resources, and entrepreneurship. The economies of the U.S., China, and Japan all have a unique combination of these factors that have led to economic growth over time, as outlined below.

The United States of America

The largest economy in the world is that of the United States. A number of circumstances contribute to this, namely support for entrepreneurship, gradual population growth, high average income, low unemployment rates, and high consumer spending. The 2019 nominal GDP for the United States is $21,482.41 billion.

The United States comes in second in the world when it comes to approximate total value of natural resources. In 2016, the country had an estimated natural resource value of $45 trillion. The U.S. is also comes out ahead of every other country in the world when it comes to natural gas and oil production.

The U.S. is known globally for cultivating a society that supports and encourages entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs create job opportunities and boost the size of the workforce, and an entrepreneurial culture encourages innovation across industries, in turn leading to economic growth. The United States stimulates entrepreneurship by upholding free, unrestricted markets and powerful legal protections for intellectual property.

Population growth is a major contributor to the size of the U.S. economy. While the growth of the U.S. population has slowed in the past decade, immigration and a younger workforce make for a diverse labor market. This provides a boost to the economy, further attracting immigrants to the country.

The U.S. also has one of the leading manufacturing industries in the world, coming in second only to China. This industry employed 12.56 million people in December 2017, a 1.7% increase from the previous year. The record output of the U.S. industrial sector was in the first quarter of 2018 and came out to $2 trillion.

The U.S. dollar is the most widely used currency for global transactions. It’s used as the primary currency in several other countries, which is a process called dollarization. The U.S. dollar is also used at the de facto currency in a number of countries, including Cambodia, Iraq, Aruba, and the Dominican Republic.

China

China has a steadily and strategically growing economy, with an average growth rate of 9.52% between 1989 and 2019. While China is the second largest economy when considering nominal GDP, it’s the largest economy in the world using PPP.

China has approximately $23 trillion in natural resources. 90% of these natural assets are rare earth metals and coal, giving the country a high potential for energy and oil production.

Worker efficiency is the driving force behind the growth of China’s economy, and this has been the case ever since the country implemented a drastic economic reform program in 1978. Between 1979 and 1994, increases in worker productivity were responsible for over 42% of China’s economic growth.

China’s economic reform program of 1978 emphasized the creation of private and rural businesses, the easing of state regulations on prices, and investment in workforce education and industrial output. The program was, by most counts, a large success and resulted in a rise in average economic growth from approximately 6% pre-reform to 9% post-reform.

Japan

Japan’s economy, the third largest in the world according to nominal GDP calculations, is market-driven, meaning that businesses, production, and prices shift according to consumer demand, not governmental action. Japan's economy showed a GDP growth rate of 1.9% in 2017, 1% in 2018, and is estimated at 0.9% in 2019.

Factors contributing to the size of Japan’s economy are their electronic goods industry, which is the largest in the world, and their automobile industry, which is the third largest in the world. Japan’s electronics industry is praised for its innovation, which asserts Japan as a global leader in the field.

Despite its strengths, the Japanese economy faces formidable challenges going forward. The nation’s population is shrinking and predicted to drop below 100 million from 127 million by 2050. Additionally, the country’s ratio of public debt to GDP is the highest among the world’s developed nations; in 2017, national debt stood at 236% in comparison with GDP.

Unlike the U.S. and China, Japan isn’t a leader in natural resources. In fact, it comes up short in natural resources to uphold its rising population and advancing economy. It’s an island country with a volcanic, hilly landscape, which greatly diminishes the nation’s potential for output of agricultural products, petroleum, and raw materials.

IMF data from the April 2018 IMF World Economic Outlook database.

UN data from the July 2018 World Development Indicators.

GDP is in trillions of US dollars.

Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1United States21.41 trillion18.62 trillion$65,064329,064,917
2China15.54 trillion11.22 trillion$10,8411,433,783,686
3Japan5.36 trillion4.94 trillion$42,269126,860,301
4Germany4.42 trillion3.48 trillion$52,88583,517,045
5India3.16 trillion2.26 trillion$2,3091,366,417,754
6France3.06 trillion2.47 trillion$46,98465,129,728
7United Kingdom3.02 trillion2.65 trillion$44,75967,530,172
8Italy2.26 trillion1.86 trillion$37,34960,550,075
9Brazil2.26 trillion1.80 trillion$10,693211,049,527
10Canada1.91 trillion1.53 trillion$51,01537,411,047
11South Korea1.78 trillion1.41 trillion$34,70351,225,308
12Russia1.75 trillion1.25 trillion$12,026145,872,256
13Spain1.58 trillion1.24 trillion$33,88946,736,776
14Australia1.58 trillion1.30 trillion$62,76525,203,198
15Mexico1.29 trillion1.08 trillion$10,073127,575,529
16Indonesia1.15 trillion932.26 billion$4,260270,625,568
17Netherlands994.77 billion777.23 billion$58,18417,097,130
18Turkey961.65 billion863.71 billion$11,52783,429,615
19Switzerland779.33 billion668.85 billion$90,7108,591,365
20Saudi Arabia759.22 billion639.62 billion$22,15534,268,528
21Argentina659.69 billion545.87 billion$14,73244,780,677
22Poland649.97 billion471.40 billion$17,15537,887,768
23Sweden628.80 billion514.48 billion$62,65210,036,379
24Taiwan620.60 billion$26,10423,773,876
25Belgium587.70 billion467.96 billion$50,93011,539,328
26Thailand520.07 billion407.03 billion$7,47069,625,582
27Austria503.54 billion390.80 billion$56,2298,955,102
28Nigeria475.57 billion404.65 billion$2,366200,963,599
29Norway460.18 billion371.07 billion$85,5535,378,857
30United Arab Emirates427.83 billion348.74 billion$43,7889,770,529
31Iran413.11 billion425.40 billion$4,98282,913,906
32Ireland409.23 billion304.82 billion$83,8154,882,495
33Malaysia402.61 billion296.53 billion$12,60131,949,777
34Israel390.66 billion317.75 billion$45,8558,519,377
35Hong Kong387.98 billion320.91 billion$52,1757,436,154
36South Africa386.85 billion295.44 billion$6,60658,558,270
37Denmark386.40 billion306.90 billion$66,9465,771,876
38Singapore367.78 billion296.95 billion$63,3635,804,337
39Philippines355.74 billion304.91 billion$3,290108,116,615
40Colombia347.03 billion282.46 billion$6,89450,339,443
41Bangladesh312.79 billion220.84 billion$1,918163,046,161
42Finland304.13 billion238.50 billion$54,9755,532,156
43Chile295.84 billion247.05 billion$15,61018,952,038
44Czech Republic276.96 billion195.31 billion$25,91010,689,209
45Romania265.26 billion186.69 billion$13,69819,364,557
46Vietnam264.94 billion205.28 billion$2,74796,462,106
47Portugal260.35 billion204.84 billion$25,45910,226,187
48Peru246.71 billion192.21 billion$7,58932,510,453
49Greece235.84 billion192.69 billion$22,51710,473,455
50New Zealand235.33 billion187.52 billion$49,2004,783,063
51Iraq233.40 billion160.02 billion$5,93839,309,783
52Algeria208.77 billion159.05 billion$4,84943,053,054
53Qatar193.91 billion152.45 billion$68,4682,832,067
54Kazakhstan190.47 billion135.01 billion$10,26718,551,427
55Hungary172.83 billion125.82 billion$17,8459,684,679
56Kuwait140.15 billion110.35 billion$33,3124,207,083
57Morocco129.03 billion103.61 billion$3,53836,471,769
58Ukraine126.72 billion93.27 billion$2,88043,993,638
59Angola121.14 billion106.92 billion$3,80631,825,295
60Slovakia119.88 billion89.77 billion$21,9675,457,013
61Ecuador109.87 billion98.01 billion$6,32417,373,662
62Sri Lanka99.65 billion81.32 billion$4,67321,323,733
63Puerto Rico96.98 billion105.03 billion$33,0612,933,408
64Kenya95.80 billion70.53 billion$1,82252,573,973
65Venezuela92.42 billion291.38 billion$3,24128,515,829
66Ethiopia89.73 billion70.31 billion$801112,078,730
67Guatemala87.82 billion68.76 billion$4,99517,581,472
68Oman85.64 billion63.17 billion$17,2134,974,986
69Dominican Republic84.58 billion71.58 billion$7,87610,738,958
70Luxembourg77.44 billion58.63 billion$125,763615,729
71Myanmar74.97 billion65.70 billion$1,38754,045,420
72Panama72.37 billion55.19 billion$17,0434,246,439
73Bulgaria68.49 billion53.24 billion$9,7847,000,119
74Uruguay66.75 billion52.42 billion$19,2823,461,734
75Costa Rica64.85 billion57.44 billion$12,8485,047,561
76Croatia63.81 billion51.23 billion$15,4494,130,304
77Tanzania61.66 billion$1,06358,005,463
78Belarus61.52 billion47.41 billion$6,5099,452,411
79Slovenia60.64 billion44.71 billion$29,1722,078,654
80Lithuania58.22 billion42.77 billion$21,0952,759,627
81Macau57.57 billion45.31 billion$89,895640,445
82Ghana56.73 billion42.79 billion$1,86530,417,856
83Lebanon56.38 billion50.46 billion$8,2246,855,713
84Ivory Coast52.98 billion36.77 billion$2,06025,716,544
85Serbia51.30 billion38.30 billion$5,8488,772,235
86Azerbaijan47.93 billion37.85 billion$4,77010,047,718
87Uzbekistan47.89 billion67.78 billion$1,45232,981,716
88Libya46.92 billion42.96 billion$6,9236,777,452
89Turkmenistan46.40 billion36.18 billion$7,8095,942,089
90Jordan44.79 billion38.65 billion$4,43410,101,694
91Bolivia43.80 billion33.81 billion$3,80511,513,100
92DR Congo43.66 billion40.34 billion$50386,790,567
93Tunisia41.96 billion41.70 billion$3,58811,694,719
94Cameroon41.75 billion32.22 billion$1,61325,876,380
95Bahrain39.70 billion32.18 billion$24,1921,641,172
96Latvia38.62 billion27.57 billion$20,2551,906,743
97Paraguay34.62 billion27.17 billion$4,9147,044,636
98Estonia33.27 billion23.34 billion$25,0951,325,648
99Iceland31.65 billion20.27 billion$93,342339,031
100El Salvador30.71 billion26.80 billion$4,7586,453,553
101Uganda29.69 billion25.31 billion$67144,269,594
102Nepal28.75 billion20.91 billion$1,00528,608,710
103Papua New Guinea27.41 billion19.69 billion$3,1238,776,109
104Zambia27.22 billion21.06 billion$1,52417,861,030
105Cambodia26.63 billion20.02 billion$1,61516,486,542
106Cyprus26.36 billion20.05 billion$21,9921,198,575
107Honduras24.82 billion21.52 billion$2,5479,746,117
108Afghanistan22.93 billion20.24 billion$60338,041,754
109Trinidad and Tobago22.53 billion24.09 billion$16,1531,394,973
110Senegal21.72 billion14.60 billion$1,33316,296,364
111Bosnia and Herzegovina21.50 billion16.91 billion$6,5143,301,000
112Zimbabwe21.07 billion16.12 billion$1,43814,645,468
113Laos20.06 billion15.81 billion$2,7987,169,455
114Botswana19.27 billion15.57 billion$8,3642,303,697
115Mali19.25 billion14.00 billion$97919,658,031
116Gabon18.10 billion13.86 billion$8,3292,172,579
117Yemen17.45 billion25.37 billion$59829,161,922
118Georgia17.43 billion14.33 billion$4,3623,996,765
119Albania16.15 billion11.86 billion$5,6042,880,917
120Malta16.05 billion11.00 billion$36,437440,372
121Burkina Faso15.87 billion11.70 billion$78120,321,378
122Jamaica15.85 billion14.06 billion$5,3742,948,279
123Nicaragua15.50 billion13.23 billion$2,3686,545,502
124Mozambique15.02 billion10.93 billion$49530,366,036
125Brunei14.79 billion11.40 billion$34,137433,285
126Mauritius14.22 billion12.22 billion$11,1971,269,668
127Namibia14.07 billion10.95 billion$5,6412,494,530
128Macedonia13.90 billion10.75 billion$6,6742,083,459
129Mongolia13.79 billion11.16 billion$4,2753,225,167
130Madagascar13.56 billion11.22 billion$50326,969,307
131Bahamas12.90 billion11.26 billion$33,118389,482
132Armenia12.70 billion10.57 billion$4,2922,957,731
133Chad12.24 billion11.27 billion$76815,946,876
134Benin12.20 billion8.89 billion$1,03411,801,151
135Guinea11.70 billion8.48 billion$91612,771,246
136Equatorial Guinea11.39 billion10.68 billion$8,3971,355,986
137Republic of the Congo10.92 billion7.78 billion$2,0305,380,508
138Niger10.72 billion7.53 billion$46023,310,715
139Rwanda10.53 billion8.47 billion$83412,626,950
140Moldova9.90 billion6.77 billion$2,4494,043,263
141Haiti9.75 billion7.65 billion$86611,263,077
142Somalia8.21 billion1.32 billion$53215,442,905
143Tajikistan8.18 billion6.95 billion$8779,321,018
144Kyrgyzstan8.03 billion6.55 billion$1,2516,415,850
145Eritrea7.72 billion5.41 billion$2,2073,497,117
146Malawi7.02 billion5.32 billion$37718,628,747
147Togo6.08 billion4.45 billion$7528,082,366
148Montenegro5.86 billion4.37 billion$9,335627,987
149Fiji5.79 billion4.67 billion$6,510889,953
150Mauritania5.54 billion4.67 billion$1,2244,525,696
151Barbados5.52 billion4.55 billion$19,218287,025
152Maldives5.17 billion4.22 billion$9,735530,953
153Swaziland4.64 billion4.01 billion$4,0451,148,130
154Burundi4.53 billion2.87 billion$39311,530,580
155Suriname4.23 billion3.28 billion$7,269581,372
156Sierra Leone3.98 billion3.67 billion$5097,813,215
157Guyana3.91 billion3.44 billion$4,996782,766
158Liberia3.53 billion2.76 billion$7164,937,374
159Lesotho3.06 billion2.24 billion$1,4412,125,268
160Timor-Leste3.03 billion2.70 billion$2,3421,293,119
161South Sudan2.81 billion6.53 billion$25411,062,113
162Bhutan2.80 billion2.21 billion$3,669763,092
163Djibouti2.38 billion1.89 billion$2,445973,560
164Central African Republic2.33 billion1.81 billion$4924,745,185
165Cape Verde2.10 billion1.64 billion$3,817549,935
166Belize1.99 billion1.74 billion$5,090390,353
167San Marino1.86 billion1.59 billion$55,05033,860
168Saint Lucia1.82 billion1.40 billion$9,984182,790
169Guinea-Bissau1.73 billion1.12 billion$9001,920,922
170Antigua and Barbuda1.69 billion1.46 billion$17,43297,118
171Seychelles1.66 billion1.43 billion$16,97497,739
172Solomon Islands1.46 billion1.13 billion$2,184669,823
173Grenada1.25 billion1.02 billion$11,151112,003
174Gambia1.16 billion985.83 million$4942,347,706
175Saint Kitts and Nevis1.02 billion909.85 million$19,38552,823
176Vanuatu1.02 billion837.52 million$3,415299,882
177Samoa920.00 million822.23 million$4,668197,097
178Saint Vincent and the Grenadines871.00 million765.32 million$7,876110,589
179Comoros781.00 million1.15 billion$918850,886
180Dominica542.00 million581.48 million$7,54871,808
181Sao Tome and Principe489.00 million342.78 million$2,274215,056
182Tonga454.00 million401.46 million$4,345104,494
183Micronesia342.00 million329.90 million$3,005113,815
184Palau341.00 million310.25 million$18,93618,008
185Kiribati220.00 million173.66 million$1,871117,606
186Marshall Islands211.00 million183.00 million$3,58958,791
187Nauru114.00 million103.47 million$10,59910,756
188Tuvalu45.00 million36.70 million$3,86411,646
189Andorra2.86 billion$37,05477,142
190Anguilla337.52 million$22,70014,869
191Aruba2.67 billion$25,086106,314
192Bermuda6.13 billion$98,02862,506
193British Virgin Islands971.24 million$32,34230,030
194Cayman Islands3.84 billion$59,18764,948
195Cook Islands290.19 million$16,53717,548
196Cuba89.69 billion$7,91411,333,483
197Curacao3.12 billion$19,100163,424
198North Korea16.79 billion$65425,666,161
199Egypt270.14 billion$2,691100,388,073
200French Polynesia5.42 billion$19,399279,287
201Greenland2.28 billion$40,28356,672
202Liechtenstein6.19 billion$162,91038,019
203Monaco6.47 billion$165,99938,964
204Montserrat62.05 million$12,4384,989
205New Caledonia9.45 billion$33,407282,750
206Pakistan282.51 billion$1,304216,565,318
207Sint Maarten1.07 billion$25,29242,388
208Palestine13.40 billion$2,6894,981,420
209Sudan82.89 billion$1,93642,813,238
210Syria22.16 billion$1,29817,070,135
211Turks and Caicos Islands917.55 million$24,02538,191
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1Germany4.42 trillion3.48 trillion$52,88583,517,045
2France3.06 trillion2.47 trillion$46,98465,129,728
3United Kingdom3.02 trillion2.65 trillion$44,75967,530,172
4Italy2.26 trillion1.86 trillion$37,34960,550,075
5Russia1.75 trillion1.25 trillion$12,026145,872,256
6Spain1.58 trillion1.24 trillion$33,88946,736,776
7Netherlands994.77 billion777.23 billion$58,18417,097,130
8Turkey961.65 billion863.71 billion$11,52783,429,615
9Switzerland779.33 billion668.85 billion$90,7108,591,365
10Poland649.97 billion471.40 billion$17,15537,887,768
11Sweden628.80 billion514.48 billion$62,65210,036,379
12Belgium587.70 billion467.96 billion$50,93011,539,328
13Austria503.54 billion390.80 billion$56,2298,955,102
14Norway460.18 billion371.07 billion$85,5535,378,857
15Ireland409.23 billion304.82 billion$83,8154,882,495
16Denmark386.40 billion306.90 billion$66,9465,771,876
17Finland304.13 billion238.50 billion$54,9755,532,156
18Czech Republic276.96 billion195.31 billion$25,91010,689,209
19Romania265.26 billion186.69 billion$13,69819,364,557
20Portugal260.35 billion204.84 billion$25,45910,226,187
21Greece235.84 billion192.69 billion$22,51710,473,455
22Kazakhstan190.47 billion135.01 billion$10,26718,551,427
23Hungary172.83 billion125.82 billion$17,8459,684,679
24Ukraine126.72 billion93.27 billion$2,88043,993,638
25Slovakia119.88 billion89.77 billion$21,9675,457,013
26Luxembourg77.44 billion58.63 billion$125,763615,729
27Bulgaria68.49 billion53.24 billion$9,7847,000,119
28Croatia63.81 billion51.23 billion$15,4494,130,304
29Belarus61.52 billion47.41 billion$6,5099,452,411
30Slovenia60.64 billion44.71 billion$29,1722,078,654
31Lithuania58.22 billion42.77 billion$21,0952,759,627
32Serbia51.30 billion38.30 billion$5,8488,772,235
33Azerbaijan47.93 billion37.85 billion$4,77010,047,718
34Latvia38.62 billion27.57 billion$20,2551,906,743
35Estonia33.27 billion23.34 billion$25,0951,325,648
36Iceland31.65 billion20.27 billion$93,342339,031
37Cyprus26.36 billion20.05 billion$21,9921,198,575
38Bosnia and Herzegovina21.50 billion16.91 billion$6,5143,301,000
39Georgia17.43 billion14.33 billion$4,3623,996,765
40Albania16.15 billion11.86 billion$5,6042,880,917
41Malta16.05 billion11.00 billion$36,437440,372
42Macedonia13.90 billion10.75 billion$6,6742,083,459
43Armenia12.70 billion10.57 billion$4,2922,957,731
44Moldova9.90 billion6.77 billion$2,4494,043,263
45Montenegro5.86 billion4.37 billion$9,335627,987
46San Marino1.86 billion1.59 billion$55,05033,860
47Andorra2.86 billion$37,05477,142
48Liechtenstein6.19 billion$162,91038,019
49Monaco6.47 billion$165,99938,964
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1Nigeria475.57 billion404.65 billion$2,366200,963,599
2South Africa386.85 billion295.44 billion$6,60658,558,270
3Algeria208.77 billion159.05 billion$4,84943,053,054
4Morocco129.03 billion103.61 billion$3,53836,471,769
5Angola121.14 billion106.92 billion$3,80631,825,295
6Kenya95.80 billion70.53 billion$1,82252,573,973
7Ethiopia89.73 billion70.31 billion$801112,078,730
8Tanzania61.66 billion$1,06358,005,463
9Ghana56.73 billion42.79 billion$1,86530,417,856
10Ivory Coast52.98 billion36.77 billion$2,06025,716,544
11Libya46.92 billion42.96 billion$6,9236,777,452
12DR Congo43.66 billion40.34 billion$50386,790,567
13Tunisia41.96 billion41.70 billion$3,58811,694,719
14Cameroon41.75 billion32.22 billion$1,61325,876,380
15Uganda29.69 billion25.31 billion$67144,269,594
16Zambia27.22 billion21.06 billion$1,52417,861,030
17Senegal21.72 billion14.60 billion$1,33316,296,364
18Zimbabwe21.07 billion16.12 billion$1,43814,645,468
19Botswana19.27 billion15.57 billion$8,3642,303,697
20Mali19.25 billion14.00 billion$97919,658,031
21Gabon18.10 billion13.86 billion$8,3292,172,579
22Burkina Faso15.87 billion11.70 billion$78120,321,378
23Mozambique15.02 billion10.93 billion$49530,366,036
24Mauritius14.22 billion12.22 billion$11,1971,269,668
25Namibia14.07 billion10.95 billion$5,6412,494,530
26Madagascar13.56 billion11.22 billion$50326,969,307
27Chad12.24 billion11.27 billion$76815,946,876
28Benin12.20 billion8.89 billion$1,03411,801,151
29Guinea11.70 billion8.48 billion$91612,771,246
30Equatorial Guinea11.39 billion10.68 billion$8,3971,355,986
31Republic of the Congo10.92 billion7.78 billion$2,0305,380,508
32Niger10.72 billion7.53 billion$46023,310,715
33Rwanda10.53 billion8.47 billion$83412,626,950
34Somalia8.21 billion1.32 billion$53215,442,905
35Eritrea7.72 billion5.41 billion$2,2073,497,117
36Malawi7.02 billion5.32 billion$37718,628,747
37Togo6.08 billion4.45 billion$7528,082,366
38Mauritania5.54 billion4.67 billion$1,2244,525,696
39Swaziland4.64 billion4.01 billion$4,0451,148,130
40Burundi4.53 billion2.87 billion$39311,530,580
41Sierra Leone3.98 billion3.67 billion$5097,813,215
42Liberia3.53 billion2.76 billion$7164,937,374
43Lesotho3.06 billion2.24 billion$1,4412,125,268
44South Sudan2.81 billion6.53 billion$25411,062,113
45Djibouti2.38 billion1.89 billion$2,445973,560
46Central African Republic2.33 billion1.81 billion$4924,745,185
47Cape Verde2.10 billion1.64 billion$3,817549,935
48Guinea-Bissau1.73 billion1.12 billion$9001,920,922
49Seychelles1.66 billion1.43 billion$16,97497,739
50Gambia1.16 billion985.83 million$4942,347,706
51Comoros781.00 million1.15 billion$918850,886
52Sao Tome and Principe489.00 million342.78 million$2,274215,056
53Egypt270.14 billion$2,691100,388,073
54Sudan82.89 billion$1,93642,813,238
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1China15.54 trillion11.22 trillion$10,8411,433,783,686
2Japan5.36 trillion4.94 trillion$42,269126,860,301
3India3.16 trillion2.26 trillion$2,3091,366,417,754
4South Korea1.78 trillion1.41 trillion$34,70351,225,308
5Indonesia1.15 trillion932.26 billion$4,260270,625,568
6Saudi Arabia759.22 billion639.62 billion$22,15534,268,528
7Taiwan620.60 billion$26,10423,773,876
8Thailand520.07 billion407.03 billion$7,47069,625,582
9United Arab Emirates427.83 billion348.74 billion$43,7889,770,529
10Iran413.11 billion425.40 billion$4,98282,913,906
11Malaysia402.61 billion296.53 billion$12,60131,949,777
12Israel390.66 billion317.75 billion$45,8558,519,377
13Hong Kong387.98 billion320.91 billion$52,1757,436,154
14Singapore367.78 billion296.95 billion$63,3635,804,337
15Philippines355.74 billion304.91 billion$3,290108,116,615
16Bangladesh312.79 billion220.84 billion$1,918163,046,161
17Vietnam264.94 billion205.28 billion$2,74796,462,106
18Iraq233.40 billion160.02 billion$5,93839,309,783
19Qatar193.91 billion152.45 billion$68,4682,832,067
20Kuwait140.15 billion110.35 billion$33,3124,207,083
21Sri Lanka99.65 billion81.32 billion$4,67321,323,733
22Oman85.64 billion63.17 billion$17,2134,974,986
23Myanmar74.97 billion65.70 billion$1,38754,045,420
24Macau57.57 billion45.31 billion$89,895640,445
25Lebanon56.38 billion50.46 billion$8,2246,855,713
26Uzbekistan47.89 billion67.78 billion$1,45232,981,716
27Turkmenistan46.40 billion36.18 billion$7,8095,942,089
28Jordan44.79 billion38.65 billion$4,43410,101,694
29Bahrain39.70 billion32.18 billion$24,1921,641,172
30Nepal28.75 billion20.91 billion$1,00528,608,710
31Cambodia26.63 billion20.02 billion$1,61516,486,542
32Afghanistan22.93 billion20.24 billion$60338,041,754
33Laos20.06 billion15.81 billion$2,7987,169,455
34Yemen17.45 billion25.37 billion$59829,161,922
35Brunei14.79 billion11.40 billion$34,137433,285
36Mongolia13.79 billion11.16 billion$4,2753,225,167
37Tajikistan8.18 billion6.95 billion$8779,321,018
38Kyrgyzstan8.03 billion6.55 billion$1,2516,415,850
39Maldives5.17 billion4.22 billion$9,735530,953
40Timor-Leste3.03 billion2.70 billion$2,3421,293,119
41Bhutan2.80 billion2.21 billion$3,669763,092
42North Korea16.79 billion$65425,666,161
43Pakistan282.51 billion$1,304216,565,318
44Palestine13.40 billion$2,6894,981,420
45Syria22.16 billion$1,29817,070,135
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1Australia1.58 trillion1.30 trillion$62,76525,203,198
2New Zealand235.33 billion187.52 billion$49,2004,783,063
3Papua New Guinea27.41 billion19.69 billion$3,1238,776,109
4Fiji5.79 billion4.67 billion$6,510889,953
5Solomon Islands1.46 billion1.13 billion$2,184669,823
6Vanuatu1.02 billion837.52 million$3,415299,882
7Samoa920.00 million822.23 million$4,668197,097
8Tonga454.00 million401.46 million$4,345104,494
9Micronesia342.00 million329.90 million$3,005113,815
10Palau341.00 million310.25 million$18,93618,008
11Kiribati220.00 million173.66 million$1,871117,606
12Marshall Islands211.00 million183.00 million$3,58958,791
13Nauru114.00 million103.47 million$10,59910,756
14Tuvalu45.00 million36.70 million$3,86411,646
15Cook Islands290.19 million$16,53717,548
16French Polynesia5.42 billion$19,399279,287
17New Caledonia9.45 billion$33,407282,750
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1United States21.41 trillion18.62 trillion$65,064329,064,917
2Canada1.91 trillion1.53 trillion$51,01537,411,047
3Mexico1.29 trillion1.08 trillion$10,073127,575,529
4Puerto Rico96.98 billion105.03 billion$33,0612,933,408
5Guatemala87.82 billion68.76 billion$4,99517,581,472
6Dominican Republic84.58 billion71.58 billion$7,87610,738,958
7Panama72.37 billion55.19 billion$17,0434,246,439
8Costa Rica64.85 billion57.44 billion$12,8485,047,561
9El Salvador30.71 billion26.80 billion$4,7586,453,553
10Honduras24.82 billion21.52 billion$2,5479,746,117
11Trinidad and Tobago22.53 billion24.09 billion$16,1531,394,973
12Jamaica15.85 billion14.06 billion$5,3742,948,279
13Nicaragua15.50 billion13.23 billion$2,3686,545,502
14Bahamas12.90 billion11.26 billion$33,118389,482
15Haiti9.75 billion7.65 billion$86611,263,077
16Barbados5.52 billion4.55 billion$19,218287,025
17Belize1.99 billion1.74 billion$5,090390,353
18Saint Lucia1.82 billion1.40 billion$9,984182,790
19Antigua and Barbuda1.69 billion1.46 billion$17,43297,118
20Grenada1.25 billion1.02 billion$11,151112,003
21Saint Kitts and Nevis1.02 billion909.85 million$19,38552,823
22Saint Vincent and the Grenadines871.00 million765.32 million$7,876110,589
23Dominica542.00 million581.48 million$7,54871,808
24Anguilla337.52 million$22,70014,869
25Aruba2.67 billion$25,086106,314
26Bermuda6.13 billion$98,02862,506
27British Virgin Islands971.24 million$32,34230,030
28Cayman Islands3.84 billion$59,18764,948
29Cuba89.69 billion$7,91411,333,483
30Curacao3.12 billion$19,100163,424
31Greenland2.28 billion$40,28356,672
32Montserrat62.05 million$12,4384,989
33Sint Maarten1.07 billion$25,29242,388
34Turks and Caicos Islands917.55 million$24,02538,191
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
1Brazil2.26 trillion1.80 trillion$10,693211,049,527
2Argentina659.69 billion545.87 billion$14,73244,780,677
3Colombia347.03 billion282.46 billion$6,89450,339,443
4Chile295.84 billion247.05 billion$15,61018,952,038
5Peru246.71 billion192.21 billion$7,58932,510,453
6Ecuador109.87 billion98.01 billion$6,32417,373,662
7Venezuela92.42 billion291.38 billion$3,24128,515,829
8Uruguay66.75 billion52.42 billion$19,2823,461,734
9Bolivia43.80 billion33.81 billion$3,80511,513,100
10Paraguay34.62 billion27.17 billion$4,9147,044,636
11Suriname4.23 billion3.28 billion$7,269581,372
12Guyana3.91 billion3.44 billion$4,996782,766