Economic Statistics by Country, 2010

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CountryGDP/PPPGDP per capita Real growth rate (%)Inflation (%)
1Afghanistan27 billion$900 8.213.3
2Albania24 billion$8,000 3.53.6
3Algeria251 billion$7,300 3.35
4American Samoa575 million$8,000 3NA
5Andorra3 billion$46,700 3.81.6
6Angola107 billion$8,200 1.613.3
7Anguilla175 million$12,200 -8.55.3
8Antigua and Barbuda1 billion$16,400 -4.11.5
9Argentina596 billion$14,700 7.522
10Armenia17 billion$5,700 2.66.9
11Aruba2 billion$21,800 2.43.4
12Australia882 billion$41,000 2.72.9
13Austria332 billion$40,400 21.9
14Azerbaijan91 billion$10,900 55.1
15Bahamas, The9 billion$28,700 0.52.4
16Bahrain30 billion$40,300 4.13.3
17Bangladesh259 billion$1,700 68.1
18Barbados6 billion$21,800 -0.55.5
19Belarus131 billion$13,600 7.67
20Belgium394 billion$37,800 22.3
21Belize3 billion$8,400 24.1
22Benin14 billion$1,500 2.51.6
23Bermuda5 billion$69,900 4.62.8
24Bhutan4 billion$5,500 6.74.3
25Bolivia48 billion$4,800 4.27.2
26Bosnia and Herzegovina30 billion$6,600 0.83.1
27Botswana28 billion$14,000 8.67.1
28Brazil2 trillion$10,800 7.54.9
29British Virgin Islands853 million$38,500 -0.67.1
30Brunei20 billion$51,600 4.12.7
31Bulgaria97 billion$13,500 0.24.4
32Burkina Faso20 billion$1,200 5.81.4
33Burma76 billion$1,400 5.39.6
34Burundi3 billion$300 3.99.8
35Cambodia30 billion$2,100 64.1
36Cameroon44 billion$2,300 31.9
37Canada1 trillion$39,400 3.11.6
38Cape Verde2billion$3,800 5.42.5
39Cayman Islands2 billion$43,800 1.14.1
40Central African Republic3 billion$700 3.30.9
41Chad17 billion$1,600 5.14
42Chile258 billion$15,400 5.31.7
43China10 trillion$7,600 10.35
44Colombia435 billion$9,800 4.33.1
45Comoros800 million$1,000 2.13
46Congo, Democratic Republic of the23 billion$300 7.226.2
47Congo, Republic of the17 billion$4,100 9.15.2
48Cook Islands183 million$9,100 0.12.1
49Costa Rica51 billion$11,300 4.25.8
50Cote d'Ivoire37 billion$1,800 2.61.4
51Croatia78 billion$17,400 -1.41.3
52Cuba114 billion$9,900 1.50.7
53Curacao3 billion$15,000 3.51.7
54Cyprus23 billion$21,000 12.4
55Czech Republic261 billion$25,600 2.31.5
56Denmark202 billion$36,600 2.12.6
57Djibouti2 billion$2,800 4.56
58Dominica758 million$10,400 10.1
59Dominican Republic87 billion$8,900 7.86.3
60Ecuador115 billion$7,800 3.23.3
61Egypt498 billion$6,200 5.112.8
62El Salvador44 billion$7,200 0.70.8
63Equatorial Guinea24 billion$36,600 -0.88.2
64Eritrea4 billion$600 2.220
65Estonia25 billion$19,100 3.12.4
66Ethiopia86 billion$1,000 87
67European Union15 trillion$32,700 1.81.8
68Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)105 million$35,400 NA3.6
69Faroe Islands2 billion$32,900 0.5-1.1
70Fiji4 billion$4,400 0.14.8
71Finland186 billion$35,400 3.11.2
72France2 trillion$33,100 1.51.5
73French Polynesia5 billion$18,000 2.71.1
74Gabon22 billion$14,500 5.7-1.3
75Gambia, The3 billion$1,900 5.75.5
76Georgia22 billion$4,900 6.43.5
77Germany3 trillion$35,700 3.55.7
78Ghana62 billion$2,500 5.71.1
79Gibraltar1 billion$43,000 610.9
80Greece318 billion$29,600 -4.52.8
81Greenland2 billion$36,500 -24.5
82Grenada1 billion$10,200 -1.49.4
83Guatemala 70 billion$5,200 2.63.7
84Guernsey3 billion$44,600 33.9
85Guinea11 billion$1,000 1.93.4
86Guinea-Bissau2 billion$1,100 3.515
87Guyana5 billion$7,200 3.63.8
88Haiti11 billion$1,200 -5.16.8
89Honduras34 billion$4,200 2.84.7
90Hong Kong326 billion$45,900 6.84.6
91Hungary188 billion$18,800 1.24.5
92Iceland12 billion$38,300 -3.54.9
93India4 trillion$3,500 10.45.5
94Indonesia1 trillion$4,200 6.111.7
95Iran819 billion$10,600 15.1
96Iraq113 billion$3,800 0.811.8
97Ireland172 billion$37,300 -14.2
98Isle of Man3 billion$35,000 5.2-1.6
99Israel219 billion$29,800 4.63.1
100Italy2 trillion$30,500 1.32.6
101Jamaica24 billion$8,300 -1.11.4
102Japan4 trillion$34,000 3.913
103Jersey5 billion$57,000 NA-0.7
104Jordan35 billion$5,400 3.13.7
105Kazakhstan196 billion$12,700 74.4
106Kenya66 billion$1,600 57.8
107Kiribati618 million$6,200 1.84.2
108Korea, North40 billion$1,800 -0.90.2
109Korea, South1 trillion$30,000 6.13
110Kosovo12 billion$6,600 43.5
111Kuwait137 billion$48,900 23.8
112Kyrgyzstan12 billion$2,200 -1.44.8
113Laos16 billion$2,500 7.76
114Latvia33 billion$14,700 -0.3-1.2
115Lebanon59 billion$14,400 7.53.7
116Lesotho3 billion$1,700 2.46.1
117Liberia2 billion$500 5.111.2
118Libya91 billion$14,000 4.23
119Liechtenstein5billion$141,100 1.80.7
120Lithuania57 billion$16,000 1.30.9
121Luxembourg41 billion$82,600 3.42.1
122Macau18 billion$33,000 12.8
123Macedonia20 billion$9,700 0.71.6
124Madagascar19 billion$900 -28.1
125Malawi13billion$800 6.68
126Malaysia414 billion$14,700 7.21.7
127Maldives3 billion$6,900 86
128Mali17 billion$1,200 4.52.5
129Malta10 billion$25,600 3.73.3
130Marshall Islands134 million$2,500 -0.312.9
131Mauritania7 billion$2,100 4.77.3
132Mauritius18 billion$14,000 42.9
133Mexico2 trillion$13,900 5.54.1
134Micronesia, Federated States of238 million$2,200 NA2.2
135Moldova11 billion$2,500 6.97.3
136Monaco976 million$30,000 NA1.9
137Mongolia11 billion$3,600 6.113
138Montenegro7 billion$10,100 1.13.4
139Montserrat29 million$3,400 -12.6
140Morocco151 billion$4,800 3.22.5
141Mozambique22 billion$1,000 713.5
142Namibia15 billion$6,900 4.44.6
143Nauru60 million$5,000 NANA
144Nepal36 billion$1,200 4.68.6
145Netherlands677billion$40,300 1.71.1
146New Caledonia3 billion$15,000 NA1.4
147New Zealand118 billion$27,700 1.52.6
148Nicaragua18 billion$3,000 4.54.7
149Niger11 billion$700 7.50.1
150Nigeria378 billion$2,500 8.413.9
151Niue10 million$5,800 6.24
152Northern Mariana Islands900 million$12,500 NA-0.8
153Norway255 billion$54,600 0.42.4
154Oman76 billion$25,600 4.24
155Pakistan465 billion$2,500 4.813.4
156Palau164 million$8,100 NA2.7
157Panama44 billion$13,000 7.53.5
158Papua New Guinea15 billion$2,500 76.8
159Paraguay33 billion$5,200 15.37.2
160Peru276 billion$9,200 8.81.5
161Philippines351 billion$3,500 7.33.8
162Poland721 billion$18,800 3.82.6
163Portugal247 billion$23,000 1.41.1
164Puerto Rico65 billion$16,300 -5.86.5
165Qatar151 billion$179,000 16.31.1
166Romania254 billion$11,600 -1.36
167Russia2 trillion$15,900 46.7
168Rwanda12 billion$1,100 6.56.4
169Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha18 million$2,500 NA3.2
170Saint Kitts and Nevis684 million$13,700 -1.54.5
171Saint Lucia2 billion$11,200 0.81.9
172Saint Pierre and Miquelon48 million$7,000 NA8.1
173Saint Vincent and the Grenadines1 billion$10,300 -2.30.8
174Samoa1 billion$5,500 06
175San Marino1 billion$36,200 -132.8
176Sao Tome and Principe311 million$1,800 4.513
177Saudi Arabia622 billion$24,200 3.75.7
178Senegal24 billion$1,900 4.21.2
179Serbia80 billion$10,900 1.810.3
180Seychelles2 billion$23,200 6.2-2.2
181Sierra Leone5 billion$900 511.7
182Singapore292 billion$62,100 14.52.8
183Sint Maarten795 million$15,400 1.60.7
184Slovakia120 billion$22,000 41
185Slovenia57 billion$28,200 1.22.1
186Solomon Islands2 billion$2,900 5.66.3
187Somalia6 billion$600 2.6NA
188South Africa524 billion$10,700 2.84.5
189South Sudan, Republic of20 billion$2,400 6.08.6
190Spain1 trillion$29,400 -0.11.3
191Sri Lanka107 billion$5,000 9.15.6
192Sudan100 billion$2,300 5.111.8
193Suriname5 billion$9,700 4.46.4
194Swaziland6 billion$4,500 25
195Sweden355 billion$39,100 5.51.4
196Switzerland325 billion$42,600 2.60.7
197Syria107 billion$4,800 3.25.9
198Taiwan822 billion$35,700 10.81
199Tajikistan15 billion$2,000 6.55.8
200Tanzania58 billion$1,400 6.57.2
201Thailand587 billion$8,700 7.83.3
202Timor-Leste3 billion$2,600 6.17.8
203Togo6 billion$900 3.42.6
204Tokelau2 million$1,000 NANA
205Tonga751 million$6,100 0.35.9
206Trinidad and Tobago26 billion$21,200 011.3
207Tunisia100 billion$9,400 3.74.5
208Turkey961 billion$12,300 8.28.7
209Turkmenistan37 billion$7,500 9.212
210Turks and Caicos Islands216 million$11,500 4.94
211Tuvalu36 million$3,400 0.23.8
212Uganda42 billion$1,300 5.29.4
213Ukraine305 billion$6,700 4.29.8
214United Arab Emirates247 billion$49,600 3.22.2
215United Kingdom2 trillion$34,800 1.33.3
216United States15 trillion$47,200 2.81.4
217Uruguay48 billion$13,700 8.56.9
218Uzbekistan86 billion$3,100 8.515
219Vanuatu1 billion$5,100 2.23.9
220Venezuela345 billion$12,700 -1.929.8
221Vietnam277 billion$3,100 6.811.8
222Virgin Islands2 billion$14,500 22.2
223Wallis and Futuna60 million$3,800 NA2.8
224West Bank13 billion$2,900 73.5
225Western Sahara900 million$2,500 NANA
226Yemen63 billion$2,700 812.2
227Zambia20 billion$1,500 7.68.5
228Zimbabwe5 billion$500 95.03
NOTES: Definitions: Gross domestic product (GDP): The value of all goods and services produced domestically. Purchasing power parity (PPP): The PPP method involves the use of standardized international dollar price weights, which are applied to the GDP produced in a given economy. The data derived from the 1998 method provide a better comparison of economic well-being between countries than conversions at official currency exchange rates. NA = not available.
Source: The World Factbook, 2011.

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