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Former British colonies Compared by Economy > Financial sector > Exchange rates and prices > GDP deflator > Base year varies by country

DEFINITION: The GDP implicit deflator is the ratio of GDP in current local currency to GDP in constant local currency. The base year varies by country.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Zimbabwe 420,484.85 2005
2 Sierra Leone 4,393.6 2009
3 Malawi 3,312.36 2009
4 Guyana 3,247.55 2008
5 Somalia 1,873.63 1990
6 Zambia 1,606.94 2009
7 Tanzania 896.17 2009
8 The Gambia 510.64 2009
9 Sudan 471.76 2009
10 Barbados 455.49 2002
11 Botswana 338.67 2009
12 Lesotho 294.72 2009
13 United Arab Emirates 250.52 2009
14 Kuwait 224.37 2007
15 Nigeria 222.11 2009
16 Pakistan 220.88 2009
17 Burma 220.39 2004
18 Sri Lanka 197 2009
19 Swaziland 195.96 2009
20 Jamaica 191.77 2009
21 Qatar 189.74 2009
22 Jordan 187.25 2009
23 Saint Kitts and Nevis 187.15 2009
24 Maldives 182.42 2009
25 Bangladesh 180.72 2009
26 Grenada 175.28 2009
27 Bahrain 169.04 2008
28 Kenya 163.24 2009
29 Ghana 163.15 2009
30 Dominica 159.85 2009
31 Uganda 157.29 2009
32 Brunei 153.73 2007
33 Namibia 153.04 2009
34 Antigua and Barbuda 152.33 2009
35 Saint Lucia 151.7 2009
36 Bhutan 151.55 2009
37 Trinidad and Tobago 150.22 2009
38 Malaysia 130.43 2009
39 India 129.62 2009
40 New Zealand 127.77 2008
41 United States 124.24 2009
42 Canada 121.44 2009
43 Belize 113.89 2009
44 Fiji 110.84 2009
45 Israel 109.04 2009
46 Singapore 107.17 2009
47 Australia 104.94 2009
48 The Bahamas 102.37 2007

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