GDP Ranked by Country 2020

Total World GDP:

$91.98 Tn

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the monetary market value of all final goods and services made within a country during a specific period. GDP helps to provide a snapshot of a country’s economy and can be calculated using expenditures, production, or incomes.

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 is 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 the 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 is 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 the 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, the nominal GDP is typically used to measure and compare the size of national economies.

Nominal GDP Rankings by Country

What are the largest economies in the world? 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.

United States

The United States has been the world’s largest economy since 1871. The nominal GDP for the United States is $21.44 trillion. The U.S. GDP (PPP) is also $21.44 trillion. Additionally, the United States is ranked second in the world for the approximate value of natural resources. In 2016, the U.S. had an estimated natural resource value of $45 trillion.

Several factors contribute to the U.S.’s powerful economy. The U.S. is known globally for cultivating a society that supports and encourages entrepreneurship, which encourages innovation and, in turn, leads to economic growth. The growing population in the U.S. has helped diversify the workforce. The U.S. is also one of the leading manufacturing industries in the world, coming only second to China. The U.S. dollar is also the most widely used currency for global transactions.

China

As the second-largest economy in the world, China has seen an average growth rate of 9.52% between 1989 and 2019. China is the second-largest economy considering nominal GDP, at $14.14 trillion, and the largest using GDP (PPP), which is $27.31 trillion. China has approximately $23 trillion in natural resources, 90% of which are rare earth metals and coal.

China’s economic reform program of 1978 was a large success and resulted in the rise in average economic growth from 6% to over 9%. The reform program emphasized the creation of private and rural businesses, easing the state regulations on prices, and investment in workforce education and industrial output. Another driving force behind the growth of China’s economy is worker efficiency.

Japan

Japan has the third-largest economy in the world with a GDP of $5.15 trillion. Japan’s GDP (PPP) is $5.75 trillion. Japan’s economy is market-driven so businesses, production, and prices shift according to consumer demand, not governmental action. While the 2008 financial crisis took a hit on the Japanese economy and has stunted its growth since then, it is expected that the 2020 Olympics will give it a boost.

The Japanese economy’s strength comes from its electronic goods industry, which is the largest in the world, and its automobile industry, which is the third-largest in the world. Going forward, the Japanese economy faces some large challenges such as a declining population and an ever-increasing debt that, as of 2017, is 236% of its GDP.

Germany

The German economy is the fourth-largest in the world with a GDP of $4.0 trillion. Germany has a GDP (PPP) of $4.44 trillion and a per capita GDP of $46,560, the 18th –highest in the world. Germany’s highly developed social market economy is Europe’s largest and strongest economy and has one of the most skilled workforces. According to the International Monetary Fund, Germany accounted for 28% of the euro area economy.

Germany’s major industries are car manufacture, machinery, household equipment, and chemicals. Because of its dependency on capital good exports, the economy had a significant setback post-2008 financial crisis. The German economy is currently in the middle of its fourth industrial revolution due to the Internet and the digital age. Industry 4.0 is the term used for this transformation, which embraces solutions, processes, and technologies and describes the use of IT and a high degree of system networking in factories.

India

India’s economy is the fifth-largest in the world with a GDP of $2.94 trillion, overtaking the UK and France in 2019 to take the fifth spot. India’s GDP (PPP) is $10.51 trillion, exceeding that of Japan and Germany. Due to India’s high population, India’s GDP per capita is $2,170 (for comparison, the U.S. is $62,794). India’s real GDP growth, however, is expected to weaken for the third straight year from 7.5% to 5%.

India is developing into an open-market economy from its previous autarkic policies. India’s economic liberalization began in the early 1990s and included industrial deregulation, reduced control on foreign trade and investment, and privatization of state-owned enterprises. These measures have helped India accelerate economic growth. India’s service sector is the fast-growing sector in the world accounting for 60% of the economy and 28% of employment. Manufacturing and agriculture are two other significant sectors of the economy.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, which has a $2.83 trillion GDP, is the sixth-largest economy in the world. In terms of GDP purchasing power parity, the UK is in the ninth spot with a GDP (PPP) of The UK is ranked 23rd for GDP per capita which is $42,558. The UK is expected to fall to the seventh-largest economy by 2023 with a GDP of $3.27 trillion. In 2016, the UK was the tenth-largest exporter of goods in the world, exporting goods to 160 countries worldwide. In the 18th century, the United Kingdom was the first country to industrialize.

The service sector dominates the UK economy, contributing about 80% of GDP, particularly the financial services industry. London is the second-largest financial center in the world. Manufacturing and agriculture are the second- and third-largest sectors in the United Kingdom. Britain’s aerospace industry is the second-largest in the world and its pharmaceutical industry is the tenth-largest.

France

France is the third-largest economy in Europe (behind Germany and the UK) and the seventh-largest economy in the world. France has a nominal GDP of $2.71 trillion. France’s GDP per capita is $42,877.56, the 19th highest in the world, and GDP (PPP) is $2.96 trillion. According to World Bank, France has unfortunately experienced high unemployment rates in recent years: a 10% unemployment rate was recorded for 2014, 2015, and 2016 and it declined to 9.681% in 2017.

France’s economy is a diversified free-market-oriented economy. The chemical industry is a key sector for France, as well as agriculture and tourism. France accounts for about one-third of all agricultural land in the European Union and is the sixth-largest agricultural producer and the second-largest agricultural exporter in the world, behind the United States. France is the most visited destination in the world. Additionally, France ranks 5th in the Fortune Global 500 behind the United States, China, Japan, and Germany with 28 of the 500 biggest companies.

Italy

With a nominal GDP of $1.99 trillion, Italy is the eighth-largest economy in the world. In terms of GDP (PPP) Italy’s economy is worth $2.40 trillion and its per capita GDP is $34,260.34. Italy’s economy is expected to expand to $2.26 trillion by 2023. Unfortunately, Italy is experiencing a relatively high unemployment rate of 9.7% and a debt at 132% of GDP.

Fortunately, Italy’s exports are helping to recover the economy. Italy is the eighth-largest exporter in the world, conducting 59% of its trade with other European Union countries. Before World War II, Italy was primarily an agricultural economy and has now transformed into one of the world’s most advanced nations. Italy is the second-largest exporter in the European Union, behind Germany, and has a significant trade surplus from exporting machinery, vehicles, food, clothing, luxury goods, and more.

Brazil

Brazil has the ninth-largest economy in the world and the largest in Latin America with a nominal GDP of $1.85 trillion. Brazil is also the largest and most populous nation in Latin America. Brazil has the world’s 73rd highest per capita GDP of $8,967 and a GDP (PPP) of $2.40 trillion. The country has an estimated $21.8 trillion in natural resources, which includes vast amounts of timber, uranium, gold, and iron.

Brazil is a developing free-market economy. From 2000 to 2012, Brazil was one of the fastest-growing major economies in the world. Brazil, however, has one of the most unequal economies in the world. In 2017, the economic crisis, corruption, and lack of public policies increased the poverty rate and many became homeless. Six billionaires alone in Brazil are richer than more than 100 million of the poorest Brazilians.

Canada

Canada has the tenth-largest economy in the world with a nominal GDP of $1.73 trillion. Canada’s per capita GDP of $46,260.71 is ranked 20th globally while its GDP (PPP) of $1.84 trillion is ranked 17th globally. Canada’s GDP is expected to rise to $2.13 trillion by 2023.

Canada has the fourth-highest estimated value of natural resources of $33.2 trillion. Canada is considered an energy superpower due to its abundant natural resources such as petroleum and natural gas. According to the Corruption Perceptions Index, Canada is one of the least corrupt countries in the world and one of the world’s top ten trading countries. Canada ranks above the United States on the Index of Economic Freedom and experiences a relatively low level of income disparity.

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
211United States22.20 Tn18.62 Tn$67,063331,002,651
210China15.47 Tn11.22 Tn$10,7471,439,323,776
209Japan5.50 Tn4.94 Tn$43,450126,476,461
208Germany4.16 Tn3.48 Tn$49,61783,783,942
207India3.26 Tn2.26 Tn$2,3611,380,004,385
206United Kingdom2.93 Tn2.65 Tn$43,11867,886,011
205France2.88 Tn2.47 Tn$44,06265,273,511
204Italy2.09 Tn1.86 Tn$34,57560,461,826
203Brazil2.06 Tn1.80 Tn$9,703212,559,417
202Canada1.83 Tn1.53 Tn$48,55337,742,154
201South Korea1.74 Tn1.41 Tn$34,02451,269,185
200Russia1.67 Tn1.25 Tn$11,426145,934,462
199Spain1.50 Tn1.24 Tn$32,02046,754,778
198Australia1.48 Tn1.30 Tn$58,09725,499,884
197Mexico1.30 Tn1.08 Tn$10,065128,932,753
196Indonesia1.21 Tn932.26 Bn$4,420273,523,615
195Netherlands954.93 Bn777.23 Bn$55,73017,134,872
194Turkey809.55 Bn863.71 Bn$9,59984,339,067
193Saudi Arabia790.06 Bn639.62 Bn$22,69434,813,871
192Switzerland740.70 Bn668.85 Bn$85,5858,654,622
191Poland643.27 Bn471.40 Bn$16,99737,846,611
190Taiwan633.70 Bn$26,60723,816,775
189Sweden576.72 Bn514.48 Bn$57,10510,099,265
188Belgium553.78 Bn467.96 Bn$47,78211,589,623
187Thailand547.43 Bn407.03 Bn$7,84369,799,978
186Argentina515.35 Bn545.87 Bn$11,40345,195,774
185Nigeria496.12 Bn404.65 Bn$2,407206,139,589
184Iran495.69 Bn425.40 Bn$5,90283,992,949
183Austria481.68 Bn390.80 Bn$53,4829,006,398
182United Arab Emirates449.13 Bn348.74 Bn$45,4119,890,402
181Norway438.62 Bn371.07 Bn$80,9085,421,241
180Ireland405.19 Bn304.82 Bn$82,0584,937,786
179Israel403.96 Bn317.75 Bn$46,6718,655,535
178Hong Kong402.03 Bn320.91 Bn$53,6267,496,981
177Malaysia401.99 Bn296.53 Bn$12,42032,365,999
176Singapore391.88 Bn296.95 Bn$66,9835,850,342
175Philippines389.05 Bn304.91 Bn$3,550109,581,078
174South Africa386.73 Bn295.44 Bn$6,52159,308,690
173Denmark364.55 Bn306.90 Bn$62,9375,792,202
172Colombia352.81 Bn282.46 Bn$6,93450,882,891
171Bangladesh343.28 Bn220.84 Bn$2,084164,689,383
170Egypt331.36 Bn270.14 Bn$3,238102,334,404
169Chile313.56 Bn247.05 Bn$16,40319,116,201
168Finland289.24 Bn238.50 Bn$52,2035,540,720
167Vietnam282.37 Bn205.28 Bn$2,90197,338,579
166Romania263.13 Bn186.69 Bn$13,67819,237,691
165Czech Republic259.74 Bn195.31 Bn$24,25410,708,981
164Portugal249.91 Bn204.84 Bn$24,50910,196,709
163Iraq246.93 Bn160.02 Bn$6,13940,222,493
162Peru244.16 Bn192.21 Bn$7,40532,971,854
161Greece230.50 Bn192.69 Bn$22,11410,423,054
160New Zealand224.94 Bn187.52 Bn$46,6474,822,233
159Qatar204.01 Bn152.45 Bn$70,8102,881,053
158Algeria193.06 Bn159.05 Bn$4,40343,851,044
157Hungary177.73 Bn125.82 Bn$18,3989,660,351
156Kazakhstan177.32 Bn135.01 Bn$9,44418,776,707
155Ukraine147.17 Bn93.27 Bn$3,36543,733,762
154Kuwait143.00 Bn110.35 Bn$33,4854,270,571
153Morocco129.06 Bn103.61 Bn$3,49636,910,560
152Slovakia117.40 Bn89.77 Bn$21,5035,459,642
151Kenya109.12 Bn70.53 Bn$2,02953,771,296
150Ecuador107.73 Bn98.01 Bn$6,10617,643,054
149Puerto Rico104.12 Bn105.03 Bn$36,3942,860,853
148Ethiopia99.37 Bn70.31 Bn$864114,963,588
147Angola96.43 Bn106.92 Bn$2,93432,866,272
146Dominican Republic90.46 Bn71.58 Bn$8,33910,847,910
145Sri Lanka89.94 Bn81.32 Bn$4,20021,413,249
144Guatemala87.63 Bn68.76 Bn$4,89117,915,568
143Oman84.16 Bn63.17 Bn$16,4805,106,626
142Panama75.49 Bn55.19 Bn$17,4974,314,767
141Luxembourg73.69 Bn58.63 Bn$117,725625,978
140Ghana72.26 Bn42.79 Bn$2,32631,072,940
139Bulgaria71.75 Bn53.24 Bn$10,3256,948,445
138Myanmar71.40 Bn65.70 Bn$1,31254,409,800
137Venezuela70.11 Bn291.38 Bn$2,46528,435,940
136Tanzania64.89 Bn$1,08659,734,218
135Croatia64.59 Bn51.23 Bn$15,7334,105,267
134Belarus63.66 Bn47.41 Bn$6,7379,449,323
133Costa Rica63.46 Bn57.44 Bn$12,4585,094,118
132Uruguay63.42 Bn52.42 Bn$18,2573,473,730
131Macau62.16 Bn45.31 Bn$95,726649,335
130Lebanon60.62 Bn50.46 Bn$8,8816,825,445
129Slovenia58.21 Bn44.71 Bn$28,0012,078,938
128Lithuania57.60 Bn42.77 Bn$21,1592,722,289
127Turkmenistan57.06 Bn36.18 Bn$9,4616,031,200
126Serbia56.89 Bn38.30 Bn$6,5118,737,371
125Uzbekistan55.48 Bn67.78 Bn$1,65833,469,203
124DR Congo52.48 Bn40.34 Bn$58689,561,403
123Libya50.42 Bn42.96 Bn$7,3386,871,292
122Ivory Coast49.88 Bn36.77 Bn$1,89126,378,274
121Azerbaijan47.43 Bn37.85 Bn$4,67810,139,177
120Bolivia47.05 Bn33.81 Bn$4,03111,673,021
119Jordan46.45 Bn38.65 Bn$4,55310,203,134
118Paraguay45.38 Bn27.17 Bn$6,3627,132,538
117Cameroon42.05 Bn32.22 Bn$1,58426,545,863
116Bahrain40.71 Bn32.18 Bn$23,9231,701,575
115Latvia38.10 Bn27.57 Bn$20,2001,886,198
114Tunisia35.15 Bn41.70 Bn$2,97411,818,619
113Uganda33.62 Bn25.31 Bn$73545,741,007
112Estonia33.23 Bn23.34 Bn$25,0541,326,535
111Nepal33.03 Bn20.91 Bn$1,13429,136,808
110Yemen31.39 Bn25.37 Bn$1,05229,825,964
109Cambodia29.31 Bn20.02 Bn$1,75316,718,965
108El Salvador28.20 Bn26.80 Bn$4,3486,486,205
107Senegal28.06 Bn14.60 Bn$1,67616,743,927
106Iceland26.82 Bn20.27 Bn$78,598341,243
105Cyprus26.35 Bn20.05 Bn$21,8231,207,359
104Zimbabwe25.81 Bn16.12 Bn$1,73714,862,924
103Honduras25.56 Bn21.52 Bn$2,5819,904,607
102Zambia25.27 Bn21.06 Bn$1,37518,383,955
101Trinidad and Tobago23.23 Bn24.09 Bn$16,6031,399,488
100Papua New Guinea22.11 Bn19.69 Bn$2,4728,947,024
99Laos22.01 Bn15.81 Bn$3,0267,275,560
98Bosnia and Herzegovina21.34 Bn16.91 Bn$6,5053,280,819
97Botswana20.87 Bn15.57 Bn$8,8762,351,627
96Afghanistan20.68 Bn20.24 Bn$53138,928,346
95Mali19.33 Bn14.00 Bn$95520,250,833
94Georgia18.89 Bn14.33 Bn$4,7353,989,167
93Gabon17.89 Bn13.86 Bn$8,0392,225,734
92Albania17.21 Bn11.86 Bn$5,9802,877,797
91Jamaica16.72 Bn14.06 Bn$5,6452,961,167
90Malta16.34 Bn11.00 Bn$37,002441,543
89Mozambique16.29 Bn10.93 Bn$52131,255,435
88Burkina Faso16.27 Bn11.70 Bn$77820,903,273
87Mauritius15.76 Bn12.22 Bn$12,3901,271,768
86Mongolia14.96 Bn11.16 Bn$4,5633,278,290
85Namibia14.63 Bn10.95 Bn$5,7572,540,905
84Brunei14.28 Bn11.40 Bn$32,644437,479
83Armenia13.87 Bn10.57 Bn$4,6802,963,243
82Bahamas13.71 Bn11.26 Bn$34,864393,244
81Macedonia13.70 Bn10.75 Bn$6,5762,083,374
80Guinea13.60 Bn8.48 Bn$1,03613,132,795
79Madagascar13.54 Bn11.22 Bn$48927,691,018
78Moldova12.79 Bn6.77 Bn$3,1714,033,963
77Chad12.55 Bn11.27 Bn$76416,425,864
76Nicaragua12.46 Bn13.23 Bn$1,8816,624,554
75Equatorial Guinea12.26 Bn10.68 Bn$8,7411,402,985
74Benin12.13 Bn8.89 Bn$1,00012,123,200
73Republic of the Congo11.37 Bn7.78 Bn$2,0605,518,087
72Rwanda11.06 Bn8.47 Bn$85412,952,218
71Niger10.63 Bn7.53 Bn$43924,206,644
70Haiti9.65 Bn7.65 Bn$84611,402,528
69Kyrgyzstan8.78 Bn6.55 Bn$1,3466,524,195
68Somalia8.34 Bn1.32 Bn$52515,893,222
67Eritrea8.12 Bn5.41 Bn$2,2893,546,421
66Malawi7.86 Bn5.32 Bn$41119,129,952
65Tajikistan7.84 Bn6.95 Bn$8229,537,645
64Maldives6.21 Bn4.22 Bn$11,494540,544
63Togo6.13 Bn4.45 Bn$7418,278,724
62Montenegro5.74 Bn4.37 Bn$9,139628,066
61Mauritania5.70 Bn4.67 Bn$1,2254,649,658
60Fiji5.67 Bn4.67 Bn$6,326896,445
59Barbados5.34 Bn4.55 Bn$18,579287,375
58Swaziland4.81 Bn4.01 Bn$4,1481,160,164
57Guyana4.61 Bn3.44 Bn$5,860786,552
56Sierra Leone4.22 Bn3.67 Bn$5297,976,983
55Suriname3.92 Bn3.28 Bn$6,681586,632
54Burundi3.71 Bn2.87 Bn$31211,890,784
53Timor-Leste3.41 Bn2.70 Bn$2,5891,318,445
52Liberia3.22 Bn2.76 Bn$6365,057,681
51Aruba2.95 Bn2.67 Bn$27,649106,766
50Bhutan2.94 Bn2.21 Bn$3,809771,608
49Lesotho2.89 Bn2.24 Bn$1,3502,142,249
48South Sudan2.80 Bn6.53 Bn$25011,193,725
47Djibouti2.60 Bn1.89 Bn$2,631988,000
46Central African Republic2.48 Bn1.81 Bn$5154,829,767
45Cape Verde2.21 Bn1.64 Bn$3,971555,987
44Belize2.07 Bn1.74 Bn$5,208397,628
43Saint Lucia2.07 Bn1.40 Bn$11,267183,627
42Gambia1.87 Bn985.83 Mn$7742,416,668
41Antigua and Barbuda1.81 Bn1.46 Bn$18,47397,929
40Seychelles1.74 Bn1.43 Bn$17,68298,347
39San Marino1.67 Bn1.59 Bn$49,27633,931
38Guinea-Bissau1.67 Bn1.12 Bn$8481,968,001
37Solomon Islands1.61 Bn1.13 Bn$2,340686,884
36Grenada1.33 Bn1.02 Bn$11,820112,523
35Saint Kitts and Nevis1.12 Bn909.85 Mn$21,01553,199
34Vanuatu994.00 Mn837.52 Mn$3,236307,145
33Samoa960.00 Mn822.23 Mn$4,838198,414
32Saint Vincent and the Grenadines903.00 Mn765.32 Mn$8,140110,940
31Comoros773.00 Mn1.15 Bn$889869,601
30Dominica590.00 Mn581.48 Mn$8,19671,986
29Sao Tome and Principe527.00 Mn342.78 Mn$2,405219,159
28Tonga512.00 Mn401.46 Mn$4,844105,695
27Micronesia389.00 Mn329.90 Mn$3,382115,023
26Palau324.00 Mn310.25 Mn$17,90618,094
25Marshall Islands228.00 Mn183.00 Mn$3,85259,190
24Kiribati196.00 Mn173.66 Mn$1,641119,449
23Nauru117.00 Mn103.47 Mn$10,80910,824
22Tuvalu53.00 Mn36.70 Mn$4,49511,792
21Andorra2.86 Bn$36,99577,265
20Anguilla337.52 Mn$22,49715,003
19Bermuda6.13 Bn$98,38762,278
18British Virgin Islands971.24 Mn$32,12730,231
17Cayman Islands3.84 Bn$58,49065,722
16Cook Islands290.19 Mn$16,52217,564
15Cuba89.69 Bn$7,91811,326,616
14Curacao3.12 Bn$19,022164,093
13North Korea16.79 Bn$65125,778,816
12French Polynesia5.42 Bn$19,287280,908
11Greenland2.28 Bn$40,21456,770
10Liechtenstein6.19 Bn$162,44438,128
9Monaco6.47 Bn$164,82339,242
8Montserrat62.05 Mn$12,4304,992
7New Caledonia9.45 Bn$33,085285,498
6Pakistan282.51 Bn$1,279220,892,340
5Sint Maarten1.07 Bn$25,00442,876
4Palestine13.40 Bn$2,6265,101,414
3Sudan82.89 Bn$1,89043,849,260
2Syria22.16 Bn$1,26617,500,658
1Turks and Caicos Islands917.55 Mn$23,69938,717
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
49Germany4.16 Tn3.48 Tn$49,61783,783,942
48United Kingdom2.93 Tn2.65 Tn$43,11867,886,011
47France2.88 Tn2.47 Tn$44,06265,273,511
46Italy2.09 Tn1.86 Tn$34,57560,461,826
45Russia1.67 Tn1.25 Tn$11,426145,934,462
44Spain1.50 Tn1.24 Tn$32,02046,754,778
43Netherlands954.93 Bn777.23 Bn$55,73017,134,872
42Turkey809.55 Bn863.71 Bn$9,59984,339,067
41Switzerland740.70 Bn668.85 Bn$85,5858,654,622
40Poland643.27 Bn471.40 Bn$16,99737,846,611
39Sweden576.72 Bn514.48 Bn$57,10510,099,265
38Belgium553.78 Bn467.96 Bn$47,78211,589,623
37Austria481.68 Bn390.80 Bn$53,4829,006,398
36Norway438.62 Bn371.07 Bn$80,9085,421,241
35Ireland405.19 Bn304.82 Bn$82,0584,937,786
34Denmark364.55 Bn306.90 Bn$62,9375,792,202
33Finland289.24 Bn238.50 Bn$52,2035,540,720
32Romania263.13 Bn186.69 Bn$13,67819,237,691
31Czech Republic259.74 Bn195.31 Bn$24,25410,708,981
30Portugal249.91 Bn204.84 Bn$24,50910,196,709
29Greece230.50 Bn192.69 Bn$22,11410,423,054
28Hungary177.73 Bn125.82 Bn$18,3989,660,351
27Kazakhstan177.32 Bn135.01 Bn$9,44418,776,707
26Ukraine147.17 Bn93.27 Bn$3,36543,733,762
25Slovakia117.40 Bn89.77 Bn$21,5035,459,642
24Luxembourg73.69 Bn58.63 Bn$117,725625,978
23Bulgaria71.75 Bn53.24 Bn$10,3256,948,445
22Croatia64.59 Bn51.23 Bn$15,7334,105,267
21Belarus63.66 Bn47.41 Bn$6,7379,449,323
20Slovenia58.21 Bn44.71 Bn$28,0012,078,938
19Lithuania57.60 Bn42.77 Bn$21,1592,722,289
18Serbia56.89 Bn38.30 Bn$6,5118,737,371
17Azerbaijan47.43 Bn37.85 Bn$4,67810,139,177
16Latvia38.10 Bn27.57 Bn$20,2001,886,198
15Estonia33.23 Bn23.34 Bn$25,0541,326,535
14Iceland26.82 Bn20.27 Bn$78,598341,243
13Cyprus26.35 Bn20.05 Bn$21,8231,207,359
12Bosnia and Herzegovina21.34 Bn16.91 Bn$6,5053,280,819
11Georgia18.89 Bn14.33 Bn$4,7353,989,167
10Albania17.21 Bn11.86 Bn$5,9802,877,797
9Malta16.34 Bn11.00 Bn$37,002441,543
8Armenia13.87 Bn10.57 Bn$4,6802,963,243
7Macedonia13.70 Bn10.75 Bn$6,5762,083,374
6Moldova12.79 Bn6.77 Bn$3,1714,033,963
5Montenegro5.74 Bn4.37 Bn$9,139628,066
4San Marino1.67 Bn1.59 Bn$49,27633,931
3Andorra2.86 Bn$36,99577,265
2Liechtenstein6.19 Bn$162,44438,128
1Monaco6.47 Bn$164,82339,242
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
54Nigeria496.12 Bn404.65 Bn$2,407206,139,589
53South Africa386.73 Bn295.44 Bn$6,52159,308,690
52Egypt331.36 Bn270.14 Bn$3,238102,334,404
51Algeria193.06 Bn159.05 Bn$4,40343,851,044
50Morocco129.06 Bn103.61 Bn$3,49636,910,560
49Kenya109.12 Bn70.53 Bn$2,02953,771,296
48Ethiopia99.37 Bn70.31 Bn$864114,963,588
47Angola96.43 Bn106.92 Bn$2,93432,866,272
46Ghana72.26 Bn42.79 Bn$2,32631,072,940
45Tanzania64.89 Bn$1,08659,734,218
44DR Congo52.48 Bn40.34 Bn$58689,561,403
43Libya50.42 Bn42.96 Bn$7,3386,871,292
42Ivory Coast49.88 Bn36.77 Bn$1,89126,378,274
41Cameroon42.05 Bn32.22 Bn$1,58426,545,863
40Tunisia35.15 Bn41.70 Bn$2,97411,818,619
39Uganda33.62 Bn25.31 Bn$73545,741,007
38Senegal28.06 Bn14.60 Bn$1,67616,743,927
37Zimbabwe25.81 Bn16.12 Bn$1,73714,862,924
36Zambia25.27 Bn21.06 Bn$1,37518,383,955
35Botswana20.87 Bn15.57 Bn$8,8762,351,627
34Mali19.33 Bn14.00 Bn$95520,250,833
33Gabon17.89 Bn13.86 Bn$8,0392,225,734
32Mozambique16.29 Bn10.93 Bn$52131,255,435
31Burkina Faso16.27 Bn11.70 Bn$77820,903,273
30Mauritius15.76 Bn12.22 Bn$12,3901,271,768
29Namibia14.63 Bn10.95 Bn$5,7572,540,905
28Guinea13.60 Bn8.48 Bn$1,03613,132,795
27Madagascar13.54 Bn11.22 Bn$48927,691,018
26Chad12.55 Bn11.27 Bn$76416,425,864
25Equatorial Guinea12.26 Bn10.68 Bn$8,7411,402,985
24Benin12.13 Bn8.89 Bn$1,00012,123,200
23Republic of the Congo11.37 Bn7.78 Bn$2,0605,518,087
22Rwanda11.06 Bn8.47 Bn$85412,952,218
21Niger10.63 Bn7.53 Bn$43924,206,644
20Somalia8.34 Bn1.32 Bn$52515,893,222
19Eritrea8.12 Bn5.41 Bn$2,2893,546,421
18Malawi7.86 Bn5.32 Bn$41119,129,952
17Togo6.13 Bn4.45 Bn$7418,278,724
16Mauritania5.70 Bn4.67 Bn$1,2254,649,658
15Swaziland4.81 Bn4.01 Bn$4,1481,160,164
14Sierra Leone4.22 Bn3.67 Bn$5297,976,983
13Burundi3.71 Bn2.87 Bn$31211,890,784
12Liberia3.22 Bn2.76 Bn$6365,057,681
11Lesotho2.89 Bn2.24 Bn$1,3502,142,249
10South Sudan2.80 Bn6.53 Bn$25011,193,725
9Djibouti2.60 Bn1.89 Bn$2,631988,000
8Central African Republic2.48 Bn1.81 Bn$5154,829,767
7Cape Verde2.21 Bn1.64 Bn$3,971555,987
6Gambia1.87 Bn985.83 Mn$7742,416,668
5Seychelles1.74 Bn1.43 Bn$17,68298,347
4Guinea-Bissau1.67 Bn1.12 Bn$8481,968,001
3Comoros773.00 Mn1.15 Bn$889869,601
2Sao Tome and Principe527.00 Mn342.78 Mn$2,405219,159
1Sudan82.89 Bn$1,89043,849,260
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
45China15.47 Tn11.22 Tn$10,7471,439,323,776
44Japan5.50 Tn4.94 Tn$43,450126,476,461
43India3.26 Tn2.26 Tn$2,3611,380,004,385
42South Korea1.74 Tn1.41 Tn$34,02451,269,185
41Indonesia1.21 Tn932.26 Bn$4,420273,523,615
40Saudi Arabia790.06 Bn639.62 Bn$22,69434,813,871
39Taiwan633.70 Bn$26,60723,816,775
38Thailand547.43 Bn407.03 Bn$7,84369,799,978
37Iran495.69 Bn425.40 Bn$5,90283,992,949
36United Arab Emirates449.13 Bn348.74 Bn$45,4119,890,402
35Israel403.96 Bn317.75 Bn$46,6718,655,535
34Hong Kong402.03 Bn320.91 Bn$53,6267,496,981
33Malaysia401.99 Bn296.53 Bn$12,42032,365,999
32Singapore391.88 Bn296.95 Bn$66,9835,850,342
31Philippines389.05 Bn304.91 Bn$3,550109,581,078
30Bangladesh343.28 Bn220.84 Bn$2,084164,689,383
29Vietnam282.37 Bn205.28 Bn$2,90197,338,579
28Iraq246.93 Bn160.02 Bn$6,13940,222,493
27Qatar204.01 Bn152.45 Bn$70,8102,881,053
26Kuwait143.00 Bn110.35 Bn$33,4854,270,571
25Sri Lanka89.94 Bn81.32 Bn$4,20021,413,249
24Oman84.16 Bn63.17 Bn$16,4805,106,626
23Myanmar71.40 Bn65.70 Bn$1,31254,409,800
22Macau62.16 Bn45.31 Bn$95,726649,335
21Lebanon60.62 Bn50.46 Bn$8,8816,825,445
20Turkmenistan57.06 Bn36.18 Bn$9,4616,031,200
19Uzbekistan55.48 Bn67.78 Bn$1,65833,469,203
18Jordan46.45 Bn38.65 Bn$4,55310,203,134
17Bahrain40.71 Bn32.18 Bn$23,9231,701,575
16Nepal33.03 Bn20.91 Bn$1,13429,136,808
15Yemen31.39 Bn25.37 Bn$1,05229,825,964
14Cambodia29.31 Bn20.02 Bn$1,75316,718,965
13Laos22.01 Bn15.81 Bn$3,0267,275,560
12Afghanistan20.68 Bn20.24 Bn$53138,928,346
11Mongolia14.96 Bn11.16 Bn$4,5633,278,290
10Brunei14.28 Bn11.40 Bn$32,644437,479
9Kyrgyzstan8.78 Bn6.55 Bn$1,3466,524,195
8Tajikistan7.84 Bn6.95 Bn$8229,537,645
7Maldives6.21 Bn4.22 Bn$11,494540,544
6Timor-Leste3.41 Bn2.70 Bn$2,5891,318,445
5Bhutan2.94 Bn2.21 Bn$3,809771,608
4North Korea16.79 Bn$65125,778,816
3Pakistan282.51 Bn$1,279220,892,340
2Palestine13.40 Bn$2,6265,101,414
1Syria22.16 Bn$1,26617,500,658
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
17Australia1.48 Tn1.30 Tn$58,09725,499,884
16New Zealand224.94 Bn187.52 Bn$46,6474,822,233
15Papua New Guinea22.11 Bn19.69 Bn$2,4728,947,024
14Fiji5.67 Bn4.67 Bn$6,326896,445
13Solomon Islands1.61 Bn1.13 Bn$2,340686,884
12Vanuatu994.00 Mn837.52 Mn$3,236307,145
11Samoa960.00 Mn822.23 Mn$4,838198,414
10Tonga512.00 Mn401.46 Mn$4,844105,695
9Micronesia389.00 Mn329.90 Mn$3,382115,023
8Palau324.00 Mn310.25 Mn$17,90618,094
7Marshall Islands228.00 Mn183.00 Mn$3,85259,190
6Kiribati196.00 Mn173.66 Mn$1,641119,449
5Nauru117.00 Mn103.47 Mn$10,80910,824
4Tuvalu53.00 Mn36.70 Mn$4,49511,792
3Cook Islands290.19 Mn$16,52217,564
2French Polynesia5.42 Bn$19,287280,908
1New Caledonia9.45 Bn$33,085285,498
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
34United States22.20 Tn18.62 Tn$67,063331,002,651
33Canada1.83 Tn1.53 Tn$48,55337,742,154
32Mexico1.30 Tn1.08 Tn$10,065128,932,753
31Puerto Rico104.12 Bn105.03 Bn$36,3942,860,853
30Dominican Republic90.46 Bn71.58 Bn$8,33910,847,910
29Guatemala87.63 Bn68.76 Bn$4,89117,915,568
28Panama75.49 Bn55.19 Bn$17,4974,314,767
27Costa Rica63.46 Bn57.44 Bn$12,4585,094,118
26El Salvador28.20 Bn26.80 Bn$4,3486,486,205
25Honduras25.56 Bn21.52 Bn$2,5819,904,607
24Trinidad and Tobago23.23 Bn24.09 Bn$16,6031,399,488
23Jamaica16.72 Bn14.06 Bn$5,6452,961,167
22Bahamas13.71 Bn11.26 Bn$34,864393,244
21Nicaragua12.46 Bn13.23 Bn$1,8816,624,554
20Haiti9.65 Bn7.65 Bn$84611,402,528
19Barbados5.34 Bn4.55 Bn$18,579287,375
18Aruba2.95 Bn2.67 Bn$27,649106,766
17Belize2.07 Bn1.74 Bn$5,208397,628
16Saint Lucia2.07 Bn1.40 Bn$11,267183,627
15Antigua and Barbuda1.81 Bn1.46 Bn$18,47397,929
14Grenada1.33 Bn1.02 Bn$11,820112,523
13Saint Kitts and Nevis1.12 Bn909.85 Mn$21,01553,199
12Saint Vincent and the Grenadines903.00 Mn765.32 Mn$8,140110,940
11Dominica590.00 Mn581.48 Mn$8,19671,986
10Anguilla337.52 Mn$22,49715,003
9Bermuda6.13 Bn$98,38762,278
8British Virgin Islands971.24 Mn$32,12730,231
7Cayman Islands3.84 Bn$58,49065,722
6Cuba89.69 Bn$7,91811,326,616
5Curacao3.12 Bn$19,022164,093
4Greenland2.28 Bn$40,21456,770
3Montserrat62.05 Mn$12,4304,992
2Sint Maarten1.07 Bn$25,00442,876
1Turks and Caicos Islands917.55 Mn$23,69938,717
Rank Name GDP (IMF '19) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita 2019 Population
12Brazil2.06 Tn1.80 Tn$9,703212,559,417
11Argentina515.35 Bn545.87 Bn$11,40345,195,774
10Colombia352.81 Bn282.46 Bn$6,93450,882,891
9Chile313.56 Bn247.05 Bn$16,40319,116,201
8Peru244.16 Bn192.21 Bn$7,40532,971,854
7Ecuador107.73 Bn98.01 Bn$6,10617,643,054
6Venezuela70.11 Bn291.38 Bn$2,46528,435,940
5Uruguay63.42 Bn52.42 Bn$18,2573,473,730
4Bolivia47.05 Bn33.81 Bn$4,03111,673,021
3Paraguay45.38 Bn27.17 Bn$6,3627,132,538
2Guyana4.61 Bn3.44 Bn$5,860786,552
1Suriname3.92 Bn3.28 Bn$6,681586,632