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Economy > GDP > PPP: Countries Compared

Edria Murray, Staff Editor

Author: Edria Murray, Staff Editor

In response to Kenton Thomas:

<p>In 2000, the average income was $US8000 (based on purchasing power parity), including 2.4 billion people with incomes lower than $US1000. <br>
The proportion of people living on less than <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_1_a_day>1</a>, <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_2_a_day>2</a>, <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_4_a_day>4</a> and <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_11_a_day>11</a> United States dollars per day is available in the <a href=/cat/Economy>economy</a> category.

Other statistics you should consult include:
<ul>
<li>The income distribution to the <a href=/graph/eco_inc_dis_ric_10>richest 10%</a> and <a href=/graph/eco_inc_dis_poo_10>poorest 10%</a> in each country. Globally, the richest 13% of people in the world receive 45% of the worlds (PPP) income. In conrast, the poorest 42% pf people receive only 9% of the worlds income</p></li>
<li>The <a href=/graph/eco_hum_dev_ind>United Nations Human Development Index</a> which ranks countries according to GDP as well as health and education factors.</li>
</ul>
DEFINITION: Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in Millions of International Dollars, 2004.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 United States $11.63 trillion 2004
2 China $7.12 trillion 2004
3 Japan $3.77 trillion 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) $3.42 trillion 2004
4 India $3.36 trillion 2004
5 Germany $2.33 trillion 2004
6 United Kingdom $1.83 trillion 2004
7 France $1.74 trillion 2004
8 Italy $1.62 trillion 2004
9 Brazil $1.48 trillion 2004
10 Russia $1.41 trillion 2004
Non-religious countries average (profile) $1.27 trillion 2004
11 Spain $1.05 trillion 2004
12 Mexico $1.01 trillion 2004
13 Canada $993.08 billion 2004
High income OECD countries average (profile) $987.04 billion 2004
14 South Korea $980.69 billion 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) $812.62 billion 2004
15 Indonesia $779.72 billion 2004
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) $713.08 billion 2004
16 Australia $605.94 billion 2004
17 Turkey $552.99 billion 2004
18 Netherlands $520.92 billion 2004
19 Thailand $510.27 billion 2004
20 South Africa $510.10 billion 2004
21 Iran $505.02 billion 2004
22 Poland $499.55 billion 2004
Eurozone average (profile) $490.55 billion 2004
NATO countries average (profile) $488.42 billion 2004
23 Argentina $486.37 billion 2004
Former British colonies average (profile) $446.65 billion 2004
European Union average (profile) $439.59 billion 2004
24 Philippines $378.23 billion 2004
Europe average (profile) $370.37 billion 2004
25 Pakistan $336.05 billion 2004
26 Saudi Arabia $325.51 billion 2004
27 Belgium $322.64 billion 2004
28 Colombia $322.58 billion 2004
29 Ukraine $303.28 billion 2004
30 Egypt $282.03 billion 2004
31 Sweden $265.05 billion 2004
32 Bangladesh $263.43 billion 2004
33 Austria $261.11 billion 2004
34 Switzerland $247.60 billion 2004
35 Malaysia $246.04 billion 2004
36 Greece $243.13 billion 2004
37 Vietnam $222.17 billion 2004
38 Hong Kong $210.68 billion 2004
39 Algeria $210.66 billion 2004
40 Portugal $205.45 billion 2004
41 Czech Republic $197.37 billion 2004
Eastern Europe average (profile) $186.75 billion 2004
42 Chile $183.29 billion 2004
43 Romania $182.34 billion 2004
44 Norway $175.44 billion 2004
45 Denmark $172.57 billion 2004
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) $171.42 billion 2004
46 Hungary $167.58 billion 2004
47 Israel $163.70 billion 2004
48 Ireland $160.99 billion 2004
49 Venezuela $155.79 billion 2004
50 Nigeria $155.57 billion 2004
51 Finland $155.49 billion 2004
52 Peru $155.39 billion 2004
Former Soviet republics average (profile) $143.46 billion 2004
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) $137.10 billion 2004
53 Morocco $127.23 billion 2004
Muslim countries average (profile) $119.28 billion 2004
54 Singapore $118.23 billion 2004
55 Kazakhstan $112.09 billion 2004
56 New Zealand $93.05 billion 2004
57 Sri Lanka $81.14 billion 2004
58 Slovakia $78.26 billion 2004
59 Tunisia $76.51 billion 2004
60 Syria $70.16 billion 2004
61 Sudan $69.38 billion 2004
62 Belarus $67.90 billion 2004
63 Dominican Republic $64.92 billion 2004
64 Bulgaria $62.29 billion 2004
65 Ethiopia $56.89 billion 2004
66 Croatia $54.80 billion 2004
67 Guatemala $52.93 billion 2004
68 Ecuador $51.33 billion 2004
69 Ghana $48.75 billion 2004
70 Uzbekistan $48.51 billion 2004
71 Lithuania $44.78 billion 2004
72 Kuwait $43.31 billion 2004
73 Slovenia $41.50 billion 2004
Former French colonies average (profile) $40.74 billion 2004
74 Uganda $40.33 billion 2004
75 Costa Rica $39.82 billion 2004
76 Democratic Republic of the Congo $38.49 billion 2004
77 Nepal $37.41 billion 2004
78 Oman $35.85 billion 2004
79 Cameroon $35.12 billion 2004
80 Turkmenistan $34.62 billion 2004
81 Azerbaijan $34.56 billion 2004
82 Kenya $34.50 billion 2004
83 El Salvador $34.40 billion 2004
84 Angola $32.22 billion 2004
85 Uruguay $32.17 billion 2004
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) $32.05 billion 2004
86 Cambodia $31.87 billion 2004
87 Luxembourg $30.92 billion 2004
88 Paraguay $28.14 billion 2004
89 Latvia $27.74 billion 2004
90 Bosnia and Herzegovina $27.24 billion 2004
91 Cote d'Ivoire $25.18 billion 2004
92 Jordan $24.87 billion 2004
93 Bolivia $24.30 billion 2004
94 Lebanon $24.23 billion 2004
95 Tanzania $24.18 billion 2004
96 Mozambique $23.58 billion 2004
97 Panama $22.23 billion 2004
98 Chad $20.21 billion 2004
99 Honduras $20.19 billion 2004
100 Nicaragua $18.90 billion 2004
101 Estonia $18.56 billion 2004
102 Senegal $18.24 billion 2004
103 Cyprus $17.76 billion 2004
104 Yemen $17.55 billion 2004
105 Guinea $17.41 billion 2004
106 Botswana $16.00 billion 2004
107 Albania $15.77 billion 2004
108 Trinidad and Tobago $15.76 billion 2004
109 Burkina Faso $15.07 billion 2004
110 Madagascar $14.75 billion 2004
111 Mauritius $14.74 billion 2004
112 Haiti $14.47 billion 2004
113 Papua New Guinea $14.43 billion 2004
114 Bahrain $13.60 billion 2004
115 Georgia $13.46 billion 2004
116 Namibia $13.14 billion 2004
117 Armenia $12.88 billion 2004
118 Mali $12.29 billion 2004
119 Laos $11.21 billion 2004
120 Rwanda $11.15 billion 2004
121 Jamaica $10.53 billion 2004
122 Niger $10.13 billion 2004
123 Kyrgyzstan $9.83 billion 2004
124 Zambia $9.71 billion 2004
125 Iceland $9.60 billion 2004
126 Gabon $9.23 billion 2004
127 Togo $8.54 billion 2004
128 Benin $7.77 billion 2004
129 Tajikistan $7.67 billion 2004
130 Malta $7.60 billion 2004
131 Moldova $7.35 billion 2004
132 Malawi $7.07 billion 2004
133 Mauritania $6.51 billion 2004
134 Swaziland $5.55 billion 2004
135 The Bahamas $5.29 billion 2004
136 Fiji $5.17 billion 2004
137 Mongolia $5.13 billion 2004
138 Burundi $4.96 billion 2004
139 Eritrea $4.79 billion 2004
140 Lesotho $4.70 billion 2004
141 Central African Republic $4.44 billion 2004
142 Sierra Leone $4.43 billion 2004
143 Barbados $4.25 billion 2004
144 Congo, Republic of the $3.82 billion 2004
145 Guyana $3.31 billion 2004
146 The Gambia $2.91 billion 2004
147 Cape Verde $2.75 billion 2004
148 Belize $1.89 billion 2004
149 Djibouti $1.51 billion 2004
150 Seychelles $1.38 billion 2004
151 Comoros $1.14 billion 2004
152 Guinea-Bissau $1.10 billion 2004
153 Samoa $1.02 billion 2004
154 Saint Lucia $981.00 million 2004
155 Antigua and Barbuda $873.00 million 2004
156 Grenada $840.00 million 2004
157 Solomon Islands $835.00 million 2004
158 Tonga $737.00 million 2004
159 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $715.00 million 2004
160 Vanuatu $622.00 million 2004
161 Saint Kitts and Nevis $599.00 million 2004
162 Dominica $401.00 million 2004

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In response to Kenton Thomas:

<p>In 2000, the average income was $US8000 (based on purchasing power parity), including 2.4 billion people with incomes lower than $US1000. <br>
The proportion of people living on less than <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_1_a_day>1</a>, <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_2_a_day>2</a>, <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_4_a_day>4</a> and <a href=/graph/eco_pop_und_11_a_day>11</a> United States dollars per day is available in the <a href=/cat/Economy>economy</a> category.

Other statistics you should consult include:
<ul>
<li>The income distribution to the <a href=/graph/eco_inc_dis_ric_10>richest 10%</a> and <a href=/graph/eco_inc_dis_poo_10>poorest 10%</a> in each country. Globally, the richest 13% of people in the world receive 45% of the worlds (PPP) income. In conrast, the poorest 42% pf people receive only 9% of the worlds income</p></li>
<li>The <a href=/graph/eco_hum_dev_ind>United Nations Human Development Index</a> which ranks countries according to GDP as well as health and education factors.</li>
</ul>

Posted on 11 May 2005

Edria Murray, Staff Editor

Edria Murray, Staff Editor

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