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Economy > GDP > Purchasing power parity, % of GDP: Countries Compared

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 purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rates is the sum value of all goods and services produced in the country valued at prices prevailing in the United States. This is the measure most economists prefer when looking at per-capita welfare and when comparing living conditions or use of resources across countries. The measure is difficult to compute, as a US dollar value has to be assigned to all goods and services in the country regardless of whether these goods and services have a direct equivalent in the United States (for example, the value of an ox-cart or non-US military equipment); as a result, PPP estimates for some countries are based on a small and sometimes different set of goods and services. In addition, many countries do not formally participate in the World Bank's PPP project that calculates these measures, so the resulting GDP estimates for these countries may lack precision. For many developing countries, PPP-based GDP measures are multiples of the official exchange rate (OER) measure. The difference between the OER- and PPP-denominated GDP values for most of the weathly industrialized countries are generally much smaller. Figures expressed as a proportion of GDP for the same year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Kiribati 437.47% 2010
2 The Gambia 357.85% 2010
3 East Timor 343.28% 2010
4 Ethiopia 282.84% 2010
5 Tanzania 271.53% 2010
6 Cambodia 268.01% 2010
7 Vietnam 261.31% 2010
8 Tajikistan 258.96% 2010
9 Bangladesh 258.38% 2010
10 Pakistan 255.67% 2010
11 Malawi 250.25% 2010
12 Kyrgyzstan 247.17% 2010
13 Bolivia 244.18% 2010
14 Uganda 242.48% 2010
15 Mozambique 239.26% 2010
16 India 236.48% 2010
17 Madagascar 234.58% 2010
18 Belarus 232.52% 2010
South Asia average (profile) 232% 2010
19 Solomon Islands 229.73% 2010
20 Egypt 228.84% 2010
21 Tunisia 226.01% 2010
22 Ukraine 224.53% 2010
23 Guyana 224.36% 2010
24 Guinea 223.82% 2010
25 Bhutan 222.42% 2010
26 Nepal 221.3% 2010
27 Uzbekistan 220.8% 2010
28 Laos 218.34% 2010
29 Burkina Faso 217.82% 2010
30 Chad 217.31% 2010
31 Benin 216.52% 2010
32 Cuba 214.15% 2007
33 Honduras 213.26% 2010
34 Guinea-Bissau 211.76% 2010
35 Sri Lanka 211.24% 2010
36 Rwanda 210.51% 2010
37 Tonga 207.98% 2010
South and Central Asia average (profile) 207.57% 2010
38 El Salvador 205.34% 2010
39 Djibouti 204.97% 2007
40 Kenya 204.62% 2010
41 Iran 204.35% 2010
42 Nicaragua 201.95% 2010
43 Equatorial Guinea 201.12% 2010
Former French colonies average (profile) 199.18% 2010
44 Cameroon 198.55% 2010
45 Eritrea 197.35% 2010
46 Albania 196.74% 2010
47 Seychelles 196.03% 2010
48 Niger 195.54% 2010
49 Yemen 194.08% 2010
50 Botswana 193.21% 2010
51 Bulgaria 193.2% 2010
52 Georgia 191.78% 2010
53 Belize 189.63% 2010
54 Moldova 189.45% 2010
Hot countries average (profile) 188.89% 2007
55 Afghanistan 187.05% 2010
56 Sierra Leone 186.84% 2010
57 Togo 186.8% 2010
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 186.68% 2010
58 Armenia 186.5% 2010
59 Senegal 185.6% 2010
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 185.48% 2010
60 Mauritania 185.22% 2010
61 Thailand 181.96% 2010
62 Bosnia and Herzegovina 181.46% 2010
63 Jamaica 181.25% 2010
64 Mauritius 179.97% 2010
65 Syria 179.89% 2010
66 Peru 178.91% 2010
67 Mali 177.66% 2010
68 Philippines 176.96% 2010
Muslim countries average (profile) 176.1% 2010
69 Samoa 175.13% 2010
70 Democratic Republic of the Congo 174.86% 2010
71 Central African Republic 174.73% 2010
failed states average (profile) 173.78% 2010
72 Vanuatu 173.51% 2010
Religious countries average (profile) 171.94% 2010
73 Ecuador 170.78% 2010
74 Azerbaijan 170.4% 2010
Eastern Europe average (profile) 170.3% 2010
75 Guatemala 170.08% 2010
76 Morocco 169.44% 2010
77 Malaysia 168.83% 2010
78 Burundi 168.63% 2010
79 Panama 168.56% 2010
80 Haiti 168.51% 2010
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 168.32% 2010
81 Paraguay 166.11% 2010
82 China 165.92% 2010
83 Cote d'Ivoire 164.92% 2010
84 Dominican Republic 164.44% 2010
85 Swaziland 164.05% 2010
86 Mongolia 163.86% 2010
87 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 162.56% 2010
88 Turkmenistan 162.24% 2010
89 Nigeria 161.74% 2010
90 Argentina 161.63% 2010
91 Dominica 161.18% 2010
92 Brunei 160.72% 2010
Former British colonies average (profile) 160.24% 2010
Emerging markets average (profile) 159.9% 2010
93 Lebanon 157.98% 2010
94 Sao Tome and Principe 157.63% 2010
95 Papua New Guinea 157.49% 2010
96 Algeria 157.44% 2010
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 157.39% 2010
97 Gabon 155.03% 2010
98 Poland 154.38% 2010
99 Romania 153.71% 2010
100 Lithuania 153.42% 2010
101 Sudan 152.47% 2010
102 Barbados 150.77% 2010
103 Mexico 150.73% 2010
104 Colombia 150.48% 2010
Catholic countries average (profile) 150.39% 2010
105 Lesotho 150.19% 2010
106 Saint Lucia 149.14% 2010
107 Hungary 148.49% 2010
108 Grenada 146.42% 2010
109 Russia 146.17% 2010
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 145.78% 2010
110 Indonesia 145.64% 2010
111 Comoros 145.28% 2010
112 South Africa 145.22% 2010
113 South Korea 144.55% 2010
114 Costa Rica 141.83% 2010
115 Hong Kong 141.37% 2010
116 Slovakia 139.07% 2010
117 Angola 138.35% 2010
Cold countries average (profile) 138.13% 2010
118 Liberia 136.15% 2010
119 Singapore 134.62% 2010
120 Latvia 133.86% 2010
121 Kazakhstan 133.53% 2010
122 Croatia 133.37% 2010
123 Czech Republic 132.41% 2010
124 Namibia 132.3% 2010
125 Turkey 131.07% 2010
126 Trinidad and Tobago 131.03% 2010
127 Estonia 130.8% 2010
128 Oman 130.12% 2010
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 129.5% 2010
129 Jordan 127.87% 2010
Europe average (profile) 127.04% 2010
130 Antigua and Barbuda 126.2% 2010
131 Malta 125.06% 2010
132 Uruguay 124.67% 2010
OPEC countries average (profile) 124.18% 2010
133 Zambia 123.72% 2010
Non-religious countries average (profile) 121.66% 2010
134 Slovenia 120.87% 2010
135 Kuwait 120.32% 2010
136 Chile 119.64% 2010
137 Fiji 119.5% 2010
138 Ghana 118.85% 2010
139 Saudi Arabia 118.16% 2010
NATO countries average (profile) 116.97% 2010
140 Greenland 116.69% 2008
141 Bahrain 115.97% 2010
142 Andorra 113.68% 2008
143 The Bahamas 112.55% 2010
144 Cape Verde 112.17% 2010
European Union average (profile) 112.11% 2010
145 Greece 110.06% 2010
146 Suriname 109.78% 2010
147 Portugal 108.6% 2010
148 Libya 104.06% 2007
149 Brazil 102.38% 2010
150 United States 102.08% 2010
151 Liechtenstein 102% 2008
Eurozone average (profile) 101.8% 2010
152 Saint Kitts and Nevis 100.56% 2010
153 Bermuda 100.34% 2004
154 Cyprus 100.21% 2010
155 Spain 99.7% 2010
156 Qatar 97.66% 2010
157 United Kingdom 97.02% 2010
High income OECD countries average (profile) 96.9% 2010
158 Aruba 96.87% 2005
159 Tuvalu 96.69% 2002
160 Iceland 94.39% 2010
161 Israel 93.71% 2010
162 European Union 91.79% 2010
163 Federated States of Micronesia 91.11% 2008
164 Germany 90.12% 2010
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 89.26% 2010
165 Austria 88.26% 2010
166 Netherlands 87.83% 2010
167 Marshall Islands 87.5% 2008
168 Venezuela 87.4% 2010
169 Italy 87.27% 2010
170 Iraq 86.87% 2010
171 Macau 86.66% 2009
172 New Zealand 85.28% 2010
173 France 84.76% 2010
174 Belgium 84.72% 2010
175 Canada 84.65% 2010
176 Ireland 83.68% 2010
177 Maldives 83.22% 2010
178 Finland 79.74% 2010
179 Japan 78.94% 2010
180 Australia 78.15% 2010
181 Luxembourg 77.72% 2010
182 Palau 77.09% 2008
183 Sweden 76.47% 2010
184 United Arab Emirates 69.51% 2010
185 Puerto Rico 66.74% 2010
186 Norway 65.62% 2010
187 San Marino 64.52% 2004
188 Denmark 64.27% 2010
189 Zimbabwe 59.13% 2010
190 Switzerland 59.12% 2010
191 Monaco 20.93% 2006

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > GDP > Purchasing power parity, % of GDP. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. GDP figures sourced from 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/Purchasing-power-parity,-%-of-GDP

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