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Christian countries Compared by Economy > GDP > Official exchange rate

DEFINITION: This entry gives the gross domestic product (GDP) or value of all final goods and services produced within a nation in a given year. A nation's GDP at offical exchange rates (OER) is the home-currency-denominated annual GDP figure divided by the bilateral average US exchange rate with that country in that year. The measure is simple to compute and gives a precise measure of the value of output. Many economists prefer this measure when gauging the economic power an economy maintains vis-a-vis its neighbors, judging that an exchange rate captures the purchasing power a nation enjoys in the international marketplace. Official exchange rates, however, can be artifically fixed and/or subject to manipulation - resulting in claims of the country having an under- or over-valued currency - and are not necessarily the equivalent of a market-determined exchange rate. Moreover, even if the official exchange rate is market-determined, market exchange rates are frequently established by a relatively small set of goods and services (the ones the country trades) and may not capture the value of the larger set of goods the country produces. Furthermore, OER-converted GDP is not well suited to comparing domestic GDP over time, since appreciation/depreciation from one year to the next will make the OER GDP value rise/fall regardless of whether home-currency-denominated GDP changed.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States $16.02 trillion 2012
2 Germany $3.38 trillion 2012
3 France $2.58 trillion 2012
4 United Kingdom $2.44 trillion 2012
5 Brazil $2.22 trillion 2012
6 Russia $2.00 trillion 2012
7 Italy $1.99 trillion 2012
8 Canada $1.80 trillion 2012
9 Australia $1.52 trillion 2012
10 Spain $1.31 trillion 2012
11 Mexico $1.16 trillion 2012
12 Netherlands $760.40 billion 2012
13 Switzerland $622.60 billion 2012
14 Sweden $516.70 billion 2012
15 Norway $492.90 billion 2012
16 Poland $483.20 billion 2012
17 Belgium $477.40 billion 2012
18 Argentina $468.80 billion 2012
19 South Africa $379.10 billion 2012
20 Venezuela $376.10 billion 2012
21 Colombia $364.00 billion 2012
22 Denmark $310.60 billion 2012
23 Nigeria $266.60 billion 2012
24 Chile $264.50 billion 2012
25 Philippines $246.80 billion 2012
26 Greece $245.80 billion 2012
27 Finland $244.30 billion 2012
28 Portugal $209.60 billion 2012
29 Ireland $208.00 billion 2012
30 Kazakhstan $199.90 billion 2012
31 Peru $196.20 billion 2012
32 Ukraine $173.90 billion 2012
33 New Zealand $167.50 billion 2012
34 Romania $167.10 billion 2012
35 Hungary $124.00 billion 2012
36 Angola $113.70 billion 2012
37 Puerto Rico $93.52 billion 2010
38 Slovakia $90.67 billion 2012
39 Ecuador $82.90 billion 2012
40 Cuba $72.30 billion 2012
41 Belarus $62.40 billion 2012
42 Dominican Republic $58.20 billion 2012
43 Luxembourg $56.37 billion 2012
44 Croatia $55.71 billion 2012
45 Bulgaria $50.33 billion 2012
46 Guatemala $49.55 billion 2012
47 Uruguay $49.24 billion 2012
48 Slovenia $44.81 billion 2012
49 Costa Rica $44.50 billion 2012
50 Ethiopia $41.94 billion 2012
51 Lithuania $41.57 billion 2012
52 Kenya $40.15 billion 2012
53 Ghana $39.89 billion 2012
54 Serbia $38.02 billion 2012
55 Panama $35.76 billion 2012
56 Latvia $28.00 billion 2012
57 Tanzania $27.86 billion 2012
58 Bolivia $26.86 billion 2012
59 Paraguay $25.72 billion 2012
60 Trinidad and Tobago $25.40 billion 2012
61 Cameroon $25.01 billion 2012
62 El Salvador $23.54 billion 2012
63 Cyprus $22.69 billion 2012
64 Uganda $20.96 billion 2012
65 Zambia $20.31 billion 2012
66 Honduras $18.25 billion 2012
67 Gabon $18.15 billion 2012
68 Equatorial Guinea $17.45 billion 2012
69 Bosnia and Herzegovina $17.09 billion 2012
70 Democratic Republic of the Congo $17.01 billion 2012
71 Georgia $15.62 billion 2012
72 Papua New Guinea $14.93 billion 2012
73 Jamaica $14.64 billion 2012
74 Botswana $14.23 billion 2012
75 Mozambique $14.05 billion 2012
76 Iceland $13.47 billion 2012
77 Namibia $12.90 billion 2012
78 Nicaragua $10.36 billion 2012
79 South Sudan $10.08 billion 2012
80 Armenia $9.78 billion 2012
81 Zimbabwe $9.67 billion 2013
82 Republic of Macedonia $9.50 billion 2012
83 Malta $8.63 billion 2012
84 The Bahamas $8.04 billion 2012
85 Haiti $7.79 billion 2012
86 Moldova $7.15 billion 2012
87 Rwanda $7.01 billion 2012
88 East Timor $6.21 billion 2013
89 Monaco $5.75 billion 2011
90 Bermuda $5.60 billion 2011
91 Liechtenstein $5.11 billion 2010
=92 Andorra $4.80 billion 2012
=92 Austria $4.80 billion 2012
94 Suriname $4.69 billion 2012
95 Barbados $4.17 billion 2012
96 Montenegro $4.16 billion 2012
97 Malawi $4.12 billion 2012
98 Fiji $3.97 billion 2012
99 Swaziland $3.70 billion 2012
100 Eritrea $3.05 billion 2012
101 Guyana $2.79 billion 2012
102 Aruba $2.52 billion 2009
103 Burundi $2.44 billion 2012
104 Lesotho $2.43 billion 2012
105 Faroe Islands $2.32 billion 2010
106 Cayman Islands $2.25 billion 2008
107 Greenland $2.16 billion 2011
108 Central African Republic $2.14 billion 2012
109 San Marino $1.83 billion 2012
110 Cape Verde $1.80 billion 2012
111 Liberia $1.71 billion 2012
112 Belize $1.56 billion 2012
113 Antigua and Barbuda $1.16 billion 2012
114 British Virgin Islands $1.09 billion 2008
115 Seychelles $1.02 billion 2012
116 Grenada $779.30 million 2012
117 Dominica $473.50 million 2012
118 Tonga $464.60 million 2012
119 American Samoa $462.20 million 2005
120 Federated States of Micronesia $321.60 million 2012
121 Palau $221.00 million 2011
122 Cook Islands $183.20 million 2005
123 Anguilla $175.40 million 2009
124 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) $164.50 million 2007

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > GDP > Official exchange rate. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Christian-countries/Economy/GDP/Official-exchange-rate

Christian countries Compared by Economy > GDP > Official exchange rate

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