GDP Ranked by Country 2022

Total World GDP:

$85.18 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.

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1United States20.89 Tn18.62 Tn$61,763338,289,857
2China14.86 Tn11.22 Tn$10,4231,425,887,337
3Japan5.04 Tn4.94 Tn$40,662123,951,692
4Germany3.84 Tn3.48 Tn$46,10083,369,843
5United Kingdom2.76 Tn2.65 Tn$40,86767,508,936
6India2.67 Tn2.26 Tn$1,8821,417,173,173
7France2.62 Tn2.47 Tn$40,57164,626,628
8Italy1.89 Tn1.86 Tn$32,03159,037,474
9Canada1.65 Tn1.53 Tn$42,78938,454,327
10South Korea1.64 Tn1.41 Tn$31,61751,815,810
11Russia1.48 Tn1.25 Tn$10,250144,713,314
12Brazil1.45 Tn1.80 Tn$6,728215,313,498
13Australia1.36 Tn1.30 Tn$51,85126,177,413
14Spain1.28 Tn1.24 Tn$26,92447,558,630
15Mexico1.09 Tn1.08 Tn$8,526127,504,125
16Indonesia1.06 Tn932.26 Bn$3,847275,501,339
17Iran938.05 Bn425.40 Bn$10,59388,550,570
18Netherlands913.13 Bn777.23 Bn$51,98917,564,014
19Switzerland751.74 Bn668.85 Bn$86,0078,740,472
20Turkey719.92 Bn863.71 Bn$8,43685,341,241
21Saudi Arabia703.37 Bn639.62 Bn$19,31936,408,820
22Taiwan669.25 Bn$28,01023,893,394
23Poland596.63 Bn471.40 Bn$14,96939,857,145
24Sweden541.49 Bn514.48 Bn$51,32910,549,347
25Belgium521.45 Bn467.96 Bn$44,73611,655,930
26Thailand500.29 Bn407.03 Bn$6,97871,697,030
27Austria432.91 Bn390.80 Bn$48,4268,939,617
28Nigeria429.42 Bn404.65 Bn$1,965218,541,212
29Ireland425.55 Bn304.82 Bn$84,7185,023,109
30Israel407.10 Bn317.75 Bn$45,0429,038,309
31Argentina389.06 Bn545.87 Bn$8,54945,510,318
32Egypt364.02 Bn270.14 Bn$3,280110,990,103
33Norway362.20 Bn371.07 Bn$66,6505,434,319
34Philippines361.49 Bn304.91 Bn$3,128115,559,009
35United Arab Emirates358.87 Bn348.74 Bn$38,0119,441,129
36Denmark356.08 Bn306.90 Bn$60,5355,882,261
37Singapore345.29 Bn296.95 Bn$57,7825,975,689
38Hong Kong344.88 Bn320.91 Bn$46,0527,488,865
39Vietnam342.94 Bn205.28 Bn$3,49398,186,856
40Malaysia337.28 Bn296.53 Bn$9,93833,938,221
41South Africa335.34 Bn295.44 Bn$5,59959,893,885
42Bangladesh323.06 Bn220.84 Bn$1,887171,186,372
43Pakistan299.30 Bn282.51 Bn$1,269235,824,862
44Finland271.62 Bn238.50 Bn$49,0225,540,745
45Colombia270.42 Bn282.46 Bn$5,21351,874,024
46Chile252.50 Bn247.05 Bn$12,88019,603,733
47Romania249.51 Bn186.69 Bn$12,69219,659,267
48Czech Republic245.34 Bn195.31 Bn$23,37910,493,986
49Portugal228.36 Bn204.84 Bn$22,23310,270,865
50New Zealand210.70 Bn187.52 Bn$40,6345,185,288
51Peru205.23 Bn192.21 Bn$6,02734,049,588
52Greece188.68 Bn192.69 Bn$18,16910,384,971
53Kazakhstan171.08 Bn135.01 Bn$8,82019,397,998
54Iraq169.49 Bn160.02 Bn$3,80944,496,122
55Hungary155.81 Bn125.82 Bn$15,6329,967,308
56Ukraine155.30 Bn93.27 Bn$3,91239,701,739
57Algeria147.60 Bn159.05 Bn$3,28744,903,225
58Qatar144.41 Bn152.45 Bn$53,5822,695,122
59Morocco114.72 Bn103.61 Bn$3,06337,457,971
60Kuwait105.95 Bn110.35 Bn$24,8194,268,873
61Slovakia105.09 Bn89.77 Bn$18,6215,643,453
62Puerto Rico103.14 Bn105.03 Bn$31,7113,252,407
63Kenya101.28 Bn70.53 Bn$1,87554,027,487
64Ecuador99.29 Bn98.01 Bn$5,51618,001,000
65Ethiopia96.61 Bn70.31 Bn$783123,379,924
66Myanmar81.26 Bn65.70 Bn$1,50054,179,306
67Sri Lanka80.68 Bn81.32 Bn$3,69521,832,143
68Dominican Republic78.92 Bn71.58 Bn$7,02911,228,821
69Guatemala77.60 Bn68.76 Bn$4,34917,843,908
70Luxembourg73.29 Bn58.63 Bn$113,178647,599
71Oman72.06 Bn63.17 Bn$15,7454,576,298
72Bulgaria70.00 Bn53.24 Bn$10,3216,781,953
73Ghana68.50 Bn42.79 Bn$2,04633,475,870
74Tanzania64.40 Bn$98365,497,748
75Costa Rica62.14 Bn57.44 Bn$11,9955,180,829
76Ivory Coast61.44 Bn36.77 Bn$2,18228,160,542
77Belarus61.31 Bn47.41 Bn$6,4309,534,954
78Uzbekistan59.89 Bn67.78 Bn$1,73034,627,652
79Angola58.25 Bn106.92 Bn$1,63735,588,987
80Croatia57.20 Bn51.23 Bn$14,1934,030,358
81Lithuania56.50 Bn42.77 Bn$20,5462,750,055
82Panama53.98 Bn55.19 Bn$12,2444,408,581
83Uruguay53.56 Bn52.42 Bn$15,6483,422,794
84Slovenia53.55 Bn44.71 Bn$25,2602,119,844
85Serbia53.34 Bn38.30 Bn$7,3867,221,365
86Turkmenistan53.19 Bn36.18 Bn$8,2716,430,770
87DR Congo48.71 Bn40.34 Bn$49299,010,212
88Venezuela47.26 Bn291.38 Bn$1,67028,301,696
89Jordan43.76 Bn38.65 Bn$3,87711,285,869
90Azerbaijan42.69 Bn37.85 Bn$4,12210,358,074
91Tunisia42.50 Bn41.70 Bn$3,44012,356,117
92Cameroon40.86 Bn32.22 Bn$1,46427,914,536
93Uganda37.44 Bn25.31 Bn$79247,249,585
94Bolivia36.90 Bn33.81 Bn$3,01812,224,110
95Paraguay35.43 Bn27.17 Bn$5,2256,780,744
96Bahrain34.72 Bn32.18 Bn$23,5851,472,233
97Nepal33.98 Bn20.91 Bn$1,11230,547,580
98Latvia33.62 Bn27.57 Bn$18,1661,850,651
99Estonia30.63 Bn23.34 Bn$23,0951,326,062
100Lebanon27.32 Bn50.46 Bn$4,9775,489,739
101Macau25.59 Bn45.31 Bn$36,805695,168
102Cambodia25.19 Bn20.02 Bn$1,50216,767,842
103Cyprus24.67 Bn20.05 Bn$19,7141,251,488
104Papua New Guinea24.66 Bn19.69 Bn$2,43210,142,619
105El Salvador24.64 Bn26.80 Bn$3,8886,336,392
106Senegal24.53 Bn14.60 Bn$1,41717,316,449
107Honduras23.83 Bn21.52 Bn$2,28410,432,860
108Zimbabwe23.15 Bn16.12 Bn$1,41816,320,537
109Iceland21.63 Bn20.27 Bn$57,992372,899
110Trinidad And Tobago21.39 Bn24.09 Bn$13,9731,531,044
111Afghanistan20.14 Bn20.24 Bn$49041,128,771
112Bosnia And Herzegovina19.95 Bn16.91 Bn$6,1703,233,526
113Libya19.21 Bn42.96 Bn$2,8206,812,341
114Yemen18.84 Bn25.37 Bn$55933,696,614
115Laos18.52 Bn15.81 Bn$2,4607,529,475
116Zambia18.11 Bn21.06 Bn$90520,017,675
117Mali17.49 Bn14.00 Bn$77422,593,590
118Burkina Faso17.38 Bn11.70 Bn$76622,673,762
119Georgia15.85 Bn14.33 Bn$4,2323,744,385
120Benin15.67 Bn8.89 Bn$1,17413,352,864
121Gabon15.34 Bn13.86 Bn$6,4212,388,992
122Guinea15.29 Bn8.48 Bn$1,10413,859,341
123Albania15.16 Bn11.86 Bn$5,3342,842,321
124Botswana14.93 Bn15.57 Bn$5,6762,630,296
125Malta14.90 Bn11.00 Bn$27,949533,286
126Haiti14.51 Bn7.65 Bn$1,25211,584,996
127Mozambique14.03 Bn10.93 Bn$42632,969,518
128Jamaica13.97 Bn14.06 Bn$4,9402,827,377
129Niger13.76 Bn7.53 Bn$52526,207,977
130Mongolia13.31 Bn11.16 Bn$3,9173,398,366
131Madagascar13.06 Bn11.22 Bn$44129,611,714
132Armenia12.64 Bn10.57 Bn$4,5462,780,469
133Nicaragua12.62 Bn13.23 Bn$1,8166,948,392
134North Macedonia12.14 Bn10.75 Bn$5,7982,093,599
135Brunei12.00 Bn11.40 Bn$26,733449,002
136Malawi11.85 Bn5.32 Bn$58120,405,317
137Moldova11.53 Bn6.77 Bn$3,5233,272,996
138Mauritius10.92 Bn12.22 Bn$8,4041,299,469
139Chad10.73 Bn11.27 Bn$60517,723,315
140Namibia10.62 Bn10.95 Bn$4,1372,567,012
141Rwanda10.33 Bn8.47 Bn$75013,776,698
142Republic of the Congo10.33 Bn7.78 Bn$1,7305,970,424
143Equatorial Guinea10.02 Bn10.68 Bn$5,9841,674,908
144Bahamas9.91 Bn11.26 Bn$24,167409,984
145Tajikistan8.13 Bn6.95 Bn$8179,952,787
146Mauritania8.11 Bn4.67 Bn$1,7124,736,139
147Kyrgyzstan7.79 Bn6.55 Bn$1,1756,630,623
148Togo7.59 Bn4.45 Bn$8578,848,699
149Somalia6.96 Bn1.32 Bn$39617,597,511
150South Sudan6.71 Bn6.53 Bn$61510,913,164
151Guyana5.47 Bn3.44 Bn$6,765808,726
152Montenegro4.78 Bn4.37 Bn$7,618627,082
153Barbados4.68 Bn4.55 Bn$16,607281,635
154Fiji4.57 Bn4.67 Bn$4,920929,766
155Sierra Leone4.06 Bn3.67 Bn$4728,605,718
156Eswatini3.97 Bn4.01 Bn$3,3071,201,670
157Maldives3.74 Bn4.22 Bn$7,133523,787
158Djibouti3.41 Bn1.89 Bn$3,0421,120,849
159Burundi3.09 Bn2.87 Bn$23912,889,576
160Liberia3.04 Bn2.76 Bn$5735,302,681
161Andorra2.88 Bn2.86 Bn$36,14279,824
162Suriname2.88 Bn3.28 Bn$4,666618,040
163Aruba2.50 Bn2.67 Bn$23,458106,445
164Bhutan2.42 Bn2.21 Bn$3,088782,455
165Central African Republic2.39 Bn1.81 Bn$4285,579,144
166Eritrea2.08 Bn5.41 Bn$5653,684,032
167Lesotho2.06 Bn2.24 Bn$8942,305,825
168Timor Leste1.90 Bn2.70 Bn$1,4181,341,296
169Gambia1.83 Bn985.83 Mn$6762,705,992
170Cape Verde1.71 Bn1.64 Bn$2,878593,149
171Saint Lucia1.62 Bn1.40 Bn$8,990179,857
172Belize1.59 Bn1.74 Bn$3,913405,272
173Solomon Islands1.55 Bn1.13 Bn$2,135724,273
174San Marino1.54 Bn1.59 Bn$45,84133,660
175Guinea Bissau1.48 Bn1.12 Bn$7012,105,566
176Antigua And Barbuda1.37 Bn1.46 Bn$14,61193,763
177Comoros1.22 Bn1.15 Bn$1,456836,774
178Seychelles1.20 Bn1.43 Bn$11,221107,118
179Grenada1.04 Bn1.02 Bn$8,315125,438
180Vanuatu994.00 Mn837.52 Mn$3,042326,740
181Saint Kitts And Nevis981.00 Mn909.85 Mn$20,58547,657
182Saint Vincent And the Grenadines872.00 Mn765.32 Mn$8,389103,948
183Samoa807.00 Mn822.23 Mn$3,629222,382
184Dominica544.00 Mn581.48 Mn$7,47972,737
185Tonga494.00 Mn401.46 Mn$4,623106,858
186Sao Tome And Principe477.00 Mn342.78 Mn$2,098227,380
187Micronesia412.00 Mn329.90 Mn$3,609114,164
188Palau258.00 Mn310.25 Mn$14,29018,055
189Marshall Islands244.00 Mn183.00 Mn$5,87041,569
190Kiribati182.00 Mn173.66 Mn$1,387131,232
191Nauru114.00 Mn103.47 Mn$8,99912,668
192Tuvalu55.00 Mn36.70 Mn$4,86211,312
193Bermuda6.13 Bn$95,46564,184
194British Virgin Islands971.24 Mn$31,02531,305
195Cayman Islands3.84 Bn$55,95068,706
196Cook Islands290.19 Mn$17,05917,011
197Cuba89.69 Bn$7,99911,212,191
198French Polynesia5.42 Bn$17,690306,279
199Palestine13.40 Bn$2,5525,250,072
200Greenland2.28 Bn$40,43056,466
201North Korea16.79 Bn$64426,069,416
202Kosovo6.71 Bn$4,0461,659,714
203Liechtenstein6.19 Bn$157,49239,327
204Monaco6.47 Bn$177,35636,469
205Montserrat62.05 Mn$14,1354,390
206Curacao3.12 Bn$16,329191,163
207Sint Maarten1.07 Bn$24,26944,175
208New Caledonia9.45 Bn$32,577289,950
209Anguilla337.52 Mn$21,28515,857
210Sudan82.89 Bn$1,76846,874,204
211Syria22.16 Bn$1,00222,125,249
212Turks And Caicos Islands917.55 Mn$20,07645,703

World Countries by GDP

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1Germany3.84 Tn3.48 Tn$46,10083,369,843
2United Kingdom2.76 Tn2.65 Tn$40,86767,508,936
3France2.62 Tn2.47 Tn$40,57164,626,628
4Italy1.89 Tn1.86 Tn$32,03159,037,474
5Russia1.48 Tn1.25 Tn$10,250144,713,314
6Spain1.28 Tn1.24 Tn$26,92447,558,630
7Netherlands913.13 Bn777.23 Bn$51,98917,564,014
8Switzerland751.74 Bn668.85 Bn$86,0078,740,472
9Turkey719.92 Bn863.71 Bn$8,43685,341,241
10Poland596.63 Bn471.40 Bn$14,96939,857,145
11Sweden541.49 Bn514.48 Bn$51,32910,549,347
12Belgium521.45 Bn467.96 Bn$44,73611,655,930
13Austria432.91 Bn390.80 Bn$48,4268,939,617
14Ireland425.55 Bn304.82 Bn$84,7185,023,109
15Norway362.20 Bn371.07 Bn$66,6505,434,319
16Denmark356.08 Bn306.90 Bn$60,5355,882,261
17Finland271.62 Bn238.50 Bn$49,0225,540,745
18Romania249.51 Bn186.69 Bn$12,69219,659,267
19Czech Republic245.34 Bn195.31 Bn$23,37910,493,986
20Portugal228.36 Bn204.84 Bn$22,23310,270,865
21Greece188.68 Bn192.69 Bn$18,16910,384,971
22Kazakhstan171.08 Bn135.01 Bn$8,82019,397,998
23Hungary155.81 Bn125.82 Bn$15,6329,967,308
24Ukraine155.30 Bn93.27 Bn$3,91239,701,739
25Slovakia105.09 Bn89.77 Bn$18,6215,643,453
26Luxembourg73.29 Bn58.63 Bn$113,178647,599
27Bulgaria70.00 Bn53.24 Bn$10,3216,781,953
28Belarus61.31 Bn47.41 Bn$6,4309,534,954
29Croatia57.20 Bn51.23 Bn$14,1934,030,358
30Lithuania56.50 Bn42.77 Bn$20,5462,750,055
31Slovenia53.55 Bn44.71 Bn$25,2602,119,844
32Serbia53.34 Bn38.30 Bn$7,3867,221,365
33Azerbaijan42.69 Bn37.85 Bn$4,12210,358,074
34Latvia33.62 Bn27.57 Bn$18,1661,850,651
35Estonia30.63 Bn23.34 Bn$23,0951,326,062
36Cyprus24.67 Bn20.05 Bn$19,7141,251,488
37Iceland21.63 Bn20.27 Bn$57,992372,899
38Bosnia And Herzegovina19.95 Bn16.91 Bn$6,1703,233,526
39Georgia15.85 Bn14.33 Bn$4,2323,744,385
40Albania15.16 Bn11.86 Bn$5,3342,842,321
41Malta14.90 Bn11.00 Bn$27,949533,286
42Armenia12.64 Bn10.57 Bn$4,5462,780,469
43North Macedonia12.14 Bn10.75 Bn$5,7982,093,599
44Moldova11.53 Bn6.77 Bn$3,5233,272,996
45Montenegro4.78 Bn4.37 Bn$7,618627,082
46Andorra2.88 Bn2.86 Bn$36,14279,824
47San Marino1.54 Bn1.59 Bn$45,84133,660
48Kosovo6.71 Bn$4,0461,659,714
49Liechtenstein6.19 Bn$157,49239,327
50Monaco6.47 Bn$177,35636,469

Europe Countries by GDP

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1Nigeria429.42 Bn404.65 Bn$1,965218,541,212
2Egypt364.02 Bn270.14 Bn$3,280110,990,103
3South Africa335.34 Bn295.44 Bn$5,59959,893,885
4Algeria147.60 Bn159.05 Bn$3,28744,903,225
5Morocco114.72 Bn103.61 Bn$3,06337,457,971
6Kenya101.28 Bn70.53 Bn$1,87554,027,487
7Ethiopia96.61 Bn70.31 Bn$783123,379,924
8Ghana68.50 Bn42.79 Bn$2,04633,475,870
9Tanzania64.40 Bn$98365,497,748
10Ivory Coast61.44 Bn36.77 Bn$2,18228,160,542
11Angola58.25 Bn106.92 Bn$1,63735,588,987
12DR Congo48.71 Bn40.34 Bn$49299,010,212
13Tunisia42.50 Bn41.70 Bn$3,44012,356,117
14Cameroon40.86 Bn32.22 Bn$1,46427,914,536
15Uganda37.44 Bn25.31 Bn$79247,249,585
16Senegal24.53 Bn14.60 Bn$1,41717,316,449
17Zimbabwe23.15 Bn16.12 Bn$1,41816,320,537
18Libya19.21 Bn42.96 Bn$2,8206,812,341
19Zambia18.11 Bn21.06 Bn$90520,017,675
20Mali17.49 Bn14.00 Bn$77422,593,590
21Burkina Faso17.38 Bn11.70 Bn$76622,673,762
22Benin15.67 Bn8.89 Bn$1,17413,352,864
23Gabon15.34 Bn13.86 Bn$6,4212,388,992
24Guinea15.29 Bn8.48 Bn$1,10413,859,341
25Botswana14.93 Bn15.57 Bn$5,6762,630,296
26Mozambique14.03 Bn10.93 Bn$42632,969,518
27Niger13.76 Bn7.53 Bn$52526,207,977
28Madagascar13.06 Bn11.22 Bn$44129,611,714
29Malawi11.85 Bn5.32 Bn$58120,405,317
30Mauritius10.92 Bn12.22 Bn$8,4041,299,469
31Chad10.73 Bn11.27 Bn$60517,723,315
32Namibia10.62 Bn10.95 Bn$4,1372,567,012
33Rwanda10.33 Bn8.47 Bn$75013,776,698
34Republic of the Congo10.33 Bn7.78 Bn$1,7305,970,424
35Equatorial Guinea10.02 Bn10.68 Bn$5,9841,674,908
36Mauritania8.11 Bn4.67 Bn$1,7124,736,139
37Togo7.59 Bn4.45 Bn$8578,848,699
38Somalia6.96 Bn1.32 Bn$39617,597,511
39South Sudan6.71 Bn6.53 Bn$61510,913,164
40Sierra Leone4.06 Bn3.67 Bn$4728,605,718
41Eswatini3.97 Bn4.01 Bn$3,3071,201,670
42Djibouti3.41 Bn1.89 Bn$3,0421,120,849
43Burundi3.09 Bn2.87 Bn$23912,889,576
44Liberia3.04 Bn2.76 Bn$5735,302,681
45Central African Republic2.39 Bn1.81 Bn$4285,579,144
46Eritrea2.08 Bn5.41 Bn$5653,684,032
47Lesotho2.06 Bn2.24 Bn$8942,305,825
48Gambia1.83 Bn985.83 Mn$6762,705,992
49Cape Verde1.71 Bn1.64 Bn$2,878593,149
50Guinea Bissau1.48 Bn1.12 Bn$7012,105,566
51Comoros1.22 Bn1.15 Bn$1,456836,774
52Seychelles1.20 Bn1.43 Bn$11,221107,118
53Sao Tome And Principe477.00 Mn342.78 Mn$2,098227,380
54Sudan82.89 Bn$1,76846,874,204

Africa Countries by GDP

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1China14.86 Tn11.22 Tn$10,4231,425,887,337
2Japan5.04 Tn4.94 Tn$40,662123,951,692
3India2.67 Tn2.26 Tn$1,8821,417,173,173
4South Korea1.64 Tn1.41 Tn$31,61751,815,810
5Indonesia1.06 Tn932.26 Bn$3,847275,501,339
6Iran938.05 Bn425.40 Bn$10,59388,550,570
7Saudi Arabia703.37 Bn639.62 Bn$19,31936,408,820
8Taiwan669.25 Bn$28,01023,893,394
9Thailand500.29 Bn407.03 Bn$6,97871,697,030
10Israel407.10 Bn317.75 Bn$45,0429,038,309
11Philippines361.49 Bn304.91 Bn$3,128115,559,009
12United Arab Emirates358.87 Bn348.74 Bn$38,0119,441,129
13Singapore345.29 Bn296.95 Bn$57,7825,975,689
14Hong Kong344.88 Bn320.91 Bn$46,0527,488,865
15Vietnam342.94 Bn205.28 Bn$3,49398,186,856
16Malaysia337.28 Bn296.53 Bn$9,93833,938,221
17Bangladesh323.06 Bn220.84 Bn$1,887171,186,372
18Pakistan299.30 Bn282.51 Bn$1,269235,824,862
19Iraq169.49 Bn160.02 Bn$3,80944,496,122
20Qatar144.41 Bn152.45 Bn$53,5822,695,122
21Kuwait105.95 Bn110.35 Bn$24,8194,268,873
22Myanmar81.26 Bn65.70 Bn$1,50054,179,306
23Sri Lanka80.68 Bn81.32 Bn$3,69521,832,143
24Oman72.06 Bn63.17 Bn$15,7454,576,298
25Uzbekistan59.89 Bn67.78 Bn$1,73034,627,652
26Turkmenistan53.19 Bn36.18 Bn$8,2716,430,770
27Jordan43.76 Bn38.65 Bn$3,87711,285,869
28Bahrain34.72 Bn32.18 Bn$23,5851,472,233
29Nepal33.98 Bn20.91 Bn$1,11230,547,580
30Lebanon27.32 Bn50.46 Bn$4,9775,489,739
31Macau25.59 Bn45.31 Bn$36,805695,168
32Cambodia25.19 Bn20.02 Bn$1,50216,767,842
33Afghanistan20.14 Bn20.24 Bn$49041,128,771
34Yemen18.84 Bn25.37 Bn$55933,696,614
35Laos18.52 Bn15.81 Bn$2,4607,529,475
36Mongolia13.31 Bn11.16 Bn$3,9173,398,366
37Brunei12.00 Bn11.40 Bn$26,733449,002
38Tajikistan8.13 Bn6.95 Bn$8179,952,787
39Kyrgyzstan7.79 Bn6.55 Bn$1,1756,630,623
40Maldives3.74 Bn4.22 Bn$7,133523,787
41Bhutan2.42 Bn2.21 Bn$3,088782,455
42Timor Leste1.90 Bn2.70 Bn$1,4181,341,296
43Palestine13.40 Bn$2,5525,250,072
44North Korea16.79 Bn$64426,069,416
45Syria22.16 Bn$1,00222,125,249

Asia Countries by GDP

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1Australia1.36 Tn1.30 Tn$51,85126,177,413
2New Zealand210.70 Bn187.52 Bn$40,6345,185,288
3Papua New Guinea24.66 Bn19.69 Bn$2,43210,142,619
4Fiji4.57 Bn4.67 Bn$4,920929,766
5Solomon Islands1.55 Bn1.13 Bn$2,135724,273
6Vanuatu994.00 Mn837.52 Mn$3,042326,740
7Samoa807.00 Mn822.23 Mn$3,629222,382
8Tonga494.00 Mn401.46 Mn$4,623106,858
9Micronesia412.00 Mn329.90 Mn$3,609114,164
10Palau258.00 Mn310.25 Mn$14,29018,055
11Marshall Islands244.00 Mn183.00 Mn$5,87041,569
12Kiribati182.00 Mn173.66 Mn$1,387131,232
13Nauru114.00 Mn103.47 Mn$8,99912,668
14Tuvalu55.00 Mn36.70 Mn$4,86211,312
15Cook Islands290.19 Mn$17,05917,011
16French Polynesia5.42 Bn$17,690306,279
17New Caledonia9.45 Bn$32,577289,950

Oceania Countries by GDP

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1United States20.89 Tn18.62 Tn$61,763338,289,857
2Canada1.65 Tn1.53 Tn$42,78938,454,327
3Mexico1.09 Tn1.08 Tn$8,526127,504,125
4Puerto Rico103.14 Bn105.03 Bn$31,7113,252,407
5Dominican Republic78.92 Bn71.58 Bn$7,02911,228,821
6Guatemala77.60 Bn68.76 Bn$4,34917,843,908
7Costa Rica62.14 Bn57.44 Bn$11,9955,180,829
8Panama53.98 Bn55.19 Bn$12,2444,408,581
9El Salvador24.64 Bn26.80 Bn$3,8886,336,392
10Honduras23.83 Bn21.52 Bn$2,28410,432,860
11Trinidad And Tobago21.39 Bn24.09 Bn$13,9731,531,044
12Haiti14.51 Bn7.65 Bn$1,25211,584,996
13Jamaica13.97 Bn14.06 Bn$4,9402,827,377
14Nicaragua12.62 Bn13.23 Bn$1,8166,948,392
15Bahamas9.91 Bn11.26 Bn$24,167409,984
16Barbados4.68 Bn4.55 Bn$16,607281,635
17Aruba2.50 Bn2.67 Bn$23,458106,445
18Saint Lucia1.62 Bn1.40 Bn$8,990179,857
19Belize1.59 Bn1.74 Bn$3,913405,272
20Antigua And Barbuda1.37 Bn1.46 Bn$14,61193,763
21Grenada1.04 Bn1.02 Bn$8,315125,438
22Saint Kitts And Nevis981.00 Mn909.85 Mn$20,58547,657
23Saint Vincent And the Grenadines872.00 Mn765.32 Mn$8,389103,948
24Dominica544.00 Mn581.48 Mn$7,47972,737
25Bermuda6.13 Bn$95,46564,184
26British Virgin Islands971.24 Mn$31,02531,305
27Cayman Islands3.84 Bn$55,95068,706
28Cuba89.69 Bn$7,99911,212,191
29Greenland2.28 Bn$40,43056,466
30Montserrat62.05 Mn$14,1354,390
31Curacao3.12 Bn$16,329191,163
32Sint Maarten1.07 Bn$24,26944,175
33Anguilla337.52 Mn$21,28515,857
34Turks And Caicos Islands917.55 Mn$20,07645,703

North America Countries by GDP

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Rank Name GDP (IMF '20) GDP (UN '16) GDP Per Capita Population
1Brazil1.45 Tn1.80 Tn$6,728215,313,498
2Argentina389.06 Bn545.87 Bn$8,54945,510,318
3Colombia270.42 Bn282.46 Bn$5,21351,874,024
4Chile252.50 Bn247.05 Bn$12,88019,603,733
5Peru205.23 Bn192.21 Bn$6,02734,049,588
6Ecuador99.29 Bn98.01 Bn$5,51618,001,000
7Uruguay53.56 Bn52.42 Bn$15,6483,422,794
8Venezuela47.26 Bn291.38 Bn$1,67028,301,696
9Bolivia36.90 Bn33.81 Bn$3,01812,224,110
10Paraguay35.43 Bn27.17 Bn$5,2256,780,744
11Guyana5.47 Bn3.44 Bn$6,765808,726
12Suriname2.88 Bn3.28 Bn$4,666618,040

South America Countries by GDP

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