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Economy > GDP after tax: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross value added at factor cost (formerly GDP at factor cost) is derived as the sum of the value added in the agriculture, industry and services sectors. If the value added of these sectors is calculated at purchaser values, gross value added at factor cost is derived by subtracting net product taxes from GDP. Data are in current U.S. dollars.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 European Union 14.72 trillion 2009
2 United States 13.38 trillion 2008
3 Japan 4.86 trillion 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 4.75 trillion 2008
4 China 4.34 trillion 2009
5 Germany 2.97 trillion 2009
6 France 2.39 trillion 2009
7 United Kingdom 1.96 trillion 2009
8 Italy 1.9 trillion 2009
9 Spain 1.36 trillion 2009
10 Brazil 1.35 trillion 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) 1.35 trillion 2008
High income OECD countries average (profile) 1.34 trillion 2008
11 India 1.23 trillion 2009
12 Canada 1.19 trillion 2006
13 Russia 1.08 trillion 2009
14 Australia 914.59 billion 2008
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 852.01 billion 2006
15 Mexico 838.63 billion 2009
Eurozone average (profile) 718.5 billion 2008
16 Netherlands 705.5 billion 2009
Cold countries average (profile) 679.74 billion 2006
NATO countries average (profile) 623.55 billion 2008
Emerging markets average (profile) 612.05 billion 2009
European Union average (profile) 608.71 billion 2008
17 Turkey 543.75 billion 2009
18 Indonesia 524.29 billion 2009
Europe average (profile) 492.62 billion 2008
19 Switzerland 464.52 billion 2009
20 Belgium 421.43 billion 2009
21 Poland 381.57 billion 2009
South Asia average (profile) 368.76 billion 2009
22 Sweden 353.66 billion 2009
23 Austria 344.51 billion 2009
24 Norway 341.12 billion 2009
25 Venezuela 301.2 billion 2009
26 Greece 295.45 billion 2009
27 Argentina 283.61 billion 2009
28 Denmark 266.18 billion 2009
29 South Africa 258.62 billion 2009
Catholic countries average (profile) 235.86 billion 2005
30 Colombia 214.31 billion 2009
31 Finland 206.78 billion 2009
32 Ireland 205.76 billion 2009
33 Portugal 205.72 billion 2009
34 United Arab Emirates 198.69 billion 2007
Eastern Europe average (profile) 173 billion 2008
35 Singapore 172.71 billion 2009
36 Czech Republic 170.96 billion 2009
37 Nigeria 164.2 billion 2007
38 Chile 154.56 billion 2009
South and Central Asia average (profile) 154.01 billion 2009
39 Pakistan 153.63 billion 2009
40 Philippines 150.09 billion 2009
41 Romania 147.36 billion 2009
42 Hungary 131.75 billion 2008
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 126.53 billion 2008
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 123.57 billion 2009
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 122.07 billion 2009
43 Algeria 120.43 billion 2009
44 Peru 120.39 billion 2009
45 Kazakhstan 110 billion 2009
46 New Zealand 101.95 billion 2006
47 Ukraine 98.93 billion 2009
48 Libya 86.41 billion 2008
49 Bangladesh 86.33 billion 2009
50 Morocco 81.23 billion 2009
51 Slovakia 79.56 billion 2009
52 Malaysia 77.04 billion 1995
53 Vietnam 68.47 billion 2009
54 Croatia 54.9 billion 2009
55 Ecuador 53.72 billion 2009
56 Cuba 51.43 billion 2008
57 Sudan 51.35 billion 2009
58 Syria 50.06 billion 2009
59 Slovenia 47.77 billion 2008
60 Luxembourg 47.28 billion 2009
61 Thailand 44.72 billion 1987
62 Dominican Republic 43.22 billion 2009
63 Lithuania 42.23 billion 2008
64 Belarus 42.12 billion 2009
65 Sri Lanka 41.98 billion 2009
66 Bulgaria 41.85 billion 2009
67 Azerbaijan 37.21 billion 2009
68 Serbia and Montenegro 36.27 billion 2009
69 Tunisia 35.64 billion 2009
70 Guatemala 34.98 billion 2009
71 Kenya 32.28 billion 2009
72 Uzbekistan 29.96 billion 2009
73 Lebanon 29.96 billion 2009
74 Uruguay 27.66 billion 2009
75 Ethiopia 26.9 billion 2009
76 Costa Rica 26.43 billion 2009
77 Ghana 25.51 billion 2009
78 Latvia 23.62 billion 2009
79 Panama 23.12 billion 2009
80 Jordan 22.4 billion 2009
81 Cyprus 22.03 billion 2008
82 Iraq 21.17 billion 2002
83 Trinidad and Tobago 21.15 billion 2009
84 Estonia 20.9 billion 2008
85 Cote d'Ivoire 20.8 billion 2009
86 El Salvador 20.19 billion 2009
87 Cameroon 20.16 billion 2007
88 Turkmenistan 19.63 billion 2009
89 Puerto Rico 18.94 billion 1985
Former French colonies average (profile) 15.93 billion 2005
90 Uganda 14.82 billion 2009
91 Iceland 14.47 billion 2008
92 Bosnia and Herzegovina 14.13 billion 2009
93 Bolivia 13.98 billion 2009
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 13.45 billion 2005
94 Honduras 13.25 billion 2009
95 Paraguay 12.84 billion 2009
96 Tanzania 11.85 billion 2006
97 Senegal 11.72 billion 2009
98 Nepal 11.53 billion 2009
99 Botswana 11.36 billion 2009
100 Jamaica 10.71 billion 2009
101 Democratic Republic of the Congo 10.6 billion 2009
102 Afghanistan 10.32 billion 2008
103 Equatorial Guinea 10.28 billion 2009
104 Albania 10.13 billion 2009
105 Zambia 9.87 billion 2009
106 Cambodia 9.35 billion 2009
107 Georgia 9.28 billion 2009
108 Mozambique 8.97 billion 2009
109 Madagascar 8.95 billion 2009
110 Namibia 8.5 billion 2009
111 Papua New Guinea 7.82 billion 2009
112 Armenia 7.71 billion 2009
113 Mauritius 7.63 billion 2009
114 The Bahamas 6.71 billion 2006
115 Mali 6.27 billion 2007
116 Oman 5.95 billion 1980
117 Bermuda 5.85 billion 2008
118 Chad 5.82 billion 2008
119 Burkina Faso 5.69 billion 2006
120 Nicaragua 5.43 billion 2009
121 Laos 5.13 billion 2008
122 Rwanda 4.69 billion 2009
123 Moldova 4.54 billion 2009
124 Kyrgyzstan 4.47 billion 2008
125 Tajikistan 4.42 billion 2009
126 Benin 3.92 billion 2005
127 Guinea 3.8 billion 2009
128 Mongolia 3.79 billion 2009
129 Bahrain 3.75 billion 1984
130 Malawi 3.66 billion 2009
131 Suriname 2.84 billion 2008
132 Niger 2.65 billion 2003
133 Swaziland 2.51 billion 2009
134 Barbados 2.45 billion 2005
135 Fiji 2.43 billion 2009
136 Zimbabwe 2.4 billion 2005
137 Mauritania 2.38 billion 2007
138 Malta 2.18 billion 1993
139 Togo 2.03 billion 2005
140 Central African Republic 1.87 billion 2009
141 Sierra Leone 1.85 billion 2009
142 Eritrea 1.82 billion 2009
143 Maldives 1.47 billion 2009
144 Cape Verde 1.43 billion 2009
145 Lesotho 1.42 billion 2009
146 Bhutan 1.22 billion 2009
147 Belize 1.18 billion 2008
148 Antigua and Barbuda 962.59 million 2009
149 Guyana 936.62 million 2008
150 Somalia 879.1 million 1990
151 Liberia 824.52 million 2008
152 Saint Lucia 766.74 million 2009
153 Djibouti 747.27 million 2007
154 Burundi 722.76 million 2005
155 Solomon Islands 688.97 million 2009
156 The Gambia 653.66 million 2009
157 Vanuatu 536.45 million 2008
158 Grenada 529.2 million 2009
159 Samoa 496.49 million 2009
160 Comoros 483.82 million 2009
161 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 473.16 million 2009
162 Saint Kitts and Nevis 445.04 million 2009
163 Seychelles 431.91 million 2009
164 Dominica 285.94 million 2009
165 Tonga 270.22 million 2009
166 Guinea-Bissau 200.48 million 2002
167 Palau 160.01 million 2007
168 Kiribati 119.25 million 2009
169 Marshall Islands 88.34 million 1999

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > GDP after tax. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/GDP-after-tax

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Interesting observations about Economy > GDP after tax

  • United States ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Christian countries in 2008.
  • Brazil ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Hot countries in 2009.
  • Germany ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Europe in 2009.
  • France ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Catholic countries in 2009.
  • China ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Emerging markets in 2009.
  • Mexico ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Former Spanish colonies in 2009.
  • Turkey ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Muslim countries in 2009.
  • European Union ranked first for GDP after tax globally in 2009.
  • Russia ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Eastern Europe in 2009.
  • Switzerland ranked first for GDP after tax amongst Landlocked countries in 2009.
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