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Christian countries Compared by Economy > GDP > Purchasing power parity

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.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States $16.24 trillion 2012
2 Germany $3.17 trillion 2012
3 Russia $2.49 trillion 2012
4 Brazil $2.33 trillion 2012
5 United Kingdom $2.31 trillion 2012
6 France $2.24 trillion 2012
7 Italy $1.81 trillion 2012
8 Mexico $1.80 trillion 2012
9 Canada $1.47 trillion 2012
10 Spain $1.39 trillion 2012
11 Australia $961.00 billion 2012
12 Poland $792.40 billion 2012
13 Argentina $735.10 billion 2012
14 Netherlands $695.80 billion 2012
15 South Africa $576.10 billion 2012
16 Colombia $497.30 billion 2012
17 Nigeria $444.30 billion 2012
18 Philippines $419.60 billion 2012
19 Belgium $415.60 billion 2012
20 Venezuela $397.90 billion 2012
21 Sweden $385.10 billion 2012
22 Switzerland $359.00 billion 2012
23 Austria $354.80 billion 2012
24 Ukraine $331.60 billion 2012
25 Peru $322.90 billion 2012
26 Chile $316.90 billion 2012
27 Norway $274.10 billion 2012
28 Greece $273.90 billion 2012
29 Romania $271.40 billion 2012
30 Portugal $244.30 billion 2012
31 Kazakhstan $228.70 billion 2012
32 Denmark $208.30 billion 2012
33 Finland $194.10 billion 2012
34 Hungary $193.60 billion 2012
35 Ireland $186.70 billion 2012
36 Ecuador $149.50 billion 2012
37 Belarus $145.30 billion 2012
38 New Zealand $130.90 billion 2012
39 Slovakia $130.50 billion 2012
40 Angola $123.10 billion 2012
41 Cuba $121.00 billion 2012
42 Ethiopia $109.00 billion 2012
43 Bulgaria $102.70 billion 2012
44 Dominican Republic $97.68 billion 2012
45 Ghana $82.65 billion 2012
46 Guatemala $77.84 billion 2012
47 Serbia $77.83 billion 2012
48 Croatia $77.56 billion 2012
49 Kenya $75.00 billion 2012
50 Tanzania $73.12 billion 2012
51 Puerto Rico $64.84 billion 2010
52 Lithuania $64.31 billion 2012
53 Costa Rica $58.55 billion 2012
54 Slovenia $57.22 billion 2012
55 Panama $56.46 billion 2012
56 Bolivia $54.60 billion 2012
57 Uruguay $53.63 billion 2012
58 Uganda $50.77 billion 2012
59 Cameroon $50.16 billion 2012
60 El Salvador $46.09 billion 2012
61 Luxembourg $41.86 billion 2012
62 Paraguay $40.43 billion 2012
63 Honduras $37.64 billion 2012
64 Latvia $36.87 billion 2012
65 Botswana $32.27 billion 2012
66 Bosnia and Herzegovina $31.57 billion 2012
67 Gabon $27.81 billion 2012
68 Democratic Republic of the Congo $27.29 billion 2012
69 Nicaragua $26.38 billion 2012
70 Trinidad and Tobago $26.35 billion 2012
71 Georgia $26.28 billion 2012
72 Mozambique $25.95 billion 2012
73 Jamaica $24.69 billion 2012
74 Zambia $23.69 billion 2012
75 Cyprus $23.36 billion 2012
76 East Timor $23.19 billion 2012
77 Republic of Macedonia $21.63 billion 2012
78 Equatorial Guinea $19.70 billion 2012
79 Armenia $19.44 billion 2012
80 Papua New Guinea $18.68 billion 2012
81 Namibia $16.82 billion 2012
82 Rwanda $15.02 billion 2012
83 Malawi $14.11 billion 2012
84 Haiti $12.80 billion 2012
85 Iceland $12.69 billion 2012
86 Moldova $12.03 billion 2012
87 South Sudan $11.64 billion 2012
88 Malta $11.19 billion 2012
89 The Bahamas $11.04 billion 2012
90 Montenegro $7.22 billion 2012
91 Zimbabwe $7.17 billion 2012
92 Barbados $6.96 billion 2012
93 Suriname $6.71 billion 2012
94 Guyana $6.17 billion 2012
95 Swaziland $6.17 billion 2012
96 Monaco $5.75 billion 2011
97 Bermuda $5.60 billion 2011
98 Burundi $5.43 billion 2012
99 Eritrea $4.35 billion 2012
100 Fiji $4.26 billion 2012
101 Lesotho $4.04 billion 2012
102 Central African Republic $3.85 billion 2012
103 Liechtenstein $3.20 billion 2009
104 Andorra $3.16 billion 2012
105 Belize $2.97 billion 2012
106 Liberia $2.65 billion 2012
107 Aruba $2.52 billion 2009
108 Seychelles $2.29 billion 2012
109 Cayman Islands $2.25 billion 2008
110 Cape Verde $2.16 billion 2012
111 Greenland $2.13 billion 2011
112 Antigua and Barbuda $1.56 billion 2012
113 Faroe Islands $1.47 billion 2010
114 Grenada $1.43 billion 2012
115 San Marino $1.33 billion 2012
116 Dominica $990.00 million 2012
117 Tonga $826.00 million 2012
118 Federated States of Micronesia $739.00 million 2012
119 American Samoa $575.30 million 2007
120 British Virgin Islands $500.00 million 2010
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 > Purchasing power parity. 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/Purchasing-power-parity

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