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Gross domestic product
Gross domestic product
(GDP) is the market value of all final goods and services from a nation in a given year.[2] Countries are sorted by nominal GDP estimates from financial and statistical institutions, which are calculated at market or government official exchange rates. Nominal GDP does not take into account differences in the cost of living in different countries, and the results can vary greatly from one year to another based on fluctuations in the exchange rates of the country's currency.[3] Such fluctuations may change a country's ranking from one year to the next, even though they often make little or no difference in the standard of living of its population.[4] Comparisons of national wealth are also frequently made on the basis of purchasing power parity (PPP), to adjust for differences in the cost of living in different countries. PPP largely removes the exchange rate problem, but has its own drawbacks; it does not reflect the value of economic output in international trade, does not take into account the differences of quality of goods and services among countries, and it also requires more estimation than nominal GDP.[5] On the whole, PPP per capita figures are less spread than nominal GDP per capita figures.[6] The United States
United States
is the world's largest economy with a GDP of approximately $20.513 trillion, notably due to high average incomes, a large population,[7] capital investment, moderate unemployment,[8] high consumer spending,[9] a relatively young population,[10] and technological innovation.[11] Tuvalu
Tuvalu
is the world's smallest national economy, with a GDP of about $32 million, because of its very small population, a lack of natural resources, reliance on foreign aid, negligible capital investment, demographic problems, and low average incomes.[12] Although the rankings of national economies have changed considerably over time, the United States
United States
has maintained its top position since the Gilded Age, a time period in which its economy saw rapid expansion, surpassing the British Empire
British Empire
and Qing dynasty
Qing dynasty
in aggregate output.[13][14] Since China's transition to a market-based economy through privatisation and deregulation,[15][16] the country has seen its ranking increase from ninth in 1978 to second to only the United States
United States
in 2016 as economic growth accelerated and its share of global nominal GDP surged from 2% in 1980 to 15% in 2016.[14][17] India
India
has also experienced a similar economic boom since the implementation of economic liberalisation in the early 1990s.[18] When supranational entities are included, the European Union
European Union
is the second largest economy in the world. It was the largest from 2004, when ten countries joined the union,[19] to 2014, after which it was surpassed by the United States.[20] The first list includes estimates compiled by the International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook, the second list shows the World Bank's data, and the third list includes data compiled by the United Nations
United Nations
Statistics Division. The IMF definitive data for the past year and estimates for the current year are published twice a year in April and October. Non-sovereign entities (the world, continents, and some dependent territories) and states with limited international recognition (such as Kosovo, the State of Palestine
State of Palestine
and Taiwan) are included in the list in cases in which they appear in the sources. These economies are not ranked in the charts here, but are listed in sequence by GDP for comparison. In addition, non-sovereign entities are marked in italics.

Contents

1 Lists 2 See also 3 Notes 4 References

Lists

Per the International Monetary Fund
International Monetary Fund
(2018)[17]

Per the World Bank
World Bank
(2017)[21]

Per the United Nations
United Nations
(2017)[22][23]

Rank Country/Territory GDP(US$million)

   World[20] 84,740,322

1  United States 20,494,050

—  European Union[n 1] 18,750,052

2  China[n 2] 13,407,398

3  Japan 4,971,929

4  Germany 4,000,386

5  United Kingdom 2,828,644

6  France 2,775,252

7  India 2,716,746

8  Italy 2,072,201

9  Brazil 1,868,184

10  Canada 1,711,387

11  Russia[n 3] 1,630,659

12  Korea, South 1,619,424

13  Spain 1,425,865

14  Australia 1,418,275

15  Mexico 1,223,359

16  Indonesia 1,022,454

17  Netherlands 912,899

18  Saudi Arabia 782,483

19  Turkey 766,428

20   Switzerland 703,750

—  Taiwan 589,391

21  Poland 586,015

22  Sweden 551,135

23  Belgium 533,153

24  Argentina 518,092

25  Thailand 487,239

26  Austria 457,637

27  Iran 452,275

28  Norway 434,937

29  United Arab Emirates 424,635

30  Nigeria 397,270

31  Ireland 372,695

32  Israel 369,843

33  South Africa 368,135

—  Hong Kong 363,031

34  Singapore 361,109

35  Malaysia 354,348

36  Denmark 350,874

37  Colombia 333,114

38  Philippines 330,846

39  Pakistan 312,570

40  Chile 298,172

41  Bangladesh 287,630

42  Finland 275,321

43  Egypt 249,559

44  Czech Republic 242,052

45  Vietnam 241,272

46  Romania 239,851

47  Portugal 238,510

48  Iraq 226,070

49  Peru 225,203

50  Greece 219,097

51  New Zealand 203,404

52  Qatar 192,450

53  Algeria 180,441

54  Kazakhstan 170,539

55  Hungary 155,703

56  Kuwait 141,050

57  Ukraine 124,603

58  Morocco 118,309

59  Ecuador 107,511

60  Angola 107,316

61  Slovakia 106,585

—  Puerto Rico 104,344

62  Venezuela 98,468

63  Kenya 89,205

64  Sri Lanka 88,223

65  Oman 82,243

66  Dominican Republic 80,940

67  Ethiopia 80,279

68  Guatemala 78,979

69  Syria[n 4] 77,460/Na

70  Luxembourg 68,770

71  Myanmar 68,559

72  Panama 65,206

73  Ghana 65,191

74  Bulgaria 64,963

75  Croatia 60,688

76  Uruguay 60,180

77  Belarus 59,643

78  Costa Rica 59,006

79  Tanzania 57,862

80  Lebanon 56,409

—  Macau 54,545

81  Slovenia 54,242

82  Lithuania 53,323

83  Serbia 50,651

84  Azerbaijan 45,418

85  Turkmenistan 44,114

86  Libya 43,587

87  Côte d'Ivoire 43,032

88  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 42,644

89  Jordan 42,371

90  Paraguay 41,604

91  Bolivia 41,410

92  Uzbekistan 41,241

93  Tunisia 39,911

94  Cameroon 38,521

95  Bahrain 38,291

96  Latvia 34,881

97  Sudan 33,903

98  Estonia 30,312

99    Nepal 28,812

100  Uganda 28,122

101  Yemen 26,914

102  Zimbabwe 26,127

103  El Salvador 26,057

104  Iceland 25,882

105  Zambia 25,179

106  Cambodia 24,523

107  Cyprus 24,492

108  Senegal 24,027

109  Honduras 23,778

110  Trinidad and Tobago 22,311

111  Papua New Guinea 21,319

112  Bosnia and Herzegovina 19,881

113  Afghanistan 19,585

114  Botswana 18,998

115  Laos 18,434

116  Mali 17,187

117  Gabon 17,033

118  Georgia 16,324

119  Jamaica 15,422

120  Albania 15,202

121  Malta 14,505

122  Mozambique 14,428

123  Burkina Faso 14,180

124  Mauritius 14,277

125  Brunei 14,082

126  Namibia 13,824

127  Equatorial Guinea 13,734

128  Nicaragua 13,258

129  Mongolia 13,038

130  Bahamas, The 12,803

131  North Macedonia 12,669

132  Armenia 12,411

133  Madagascar 12,093

134  Guinea 11,739

135  Moldova 11,404

136  Congo, Republic of the 11,188

137  Chad 10,919

138  Benin 10,456

139  Haiti 9,525

140  Rwanda 9,511

141  Niger 9,226

142  Kyrgyzstan 8,093

—  Kosovo 7,981

143  Tajikistan 7,520

144  Malawi 6,925

145  Eritrea 6,721

146  Montenegro 5,402

147  Togo 5,358

148  Maldives 5,302

149  Mauritania 5,194

150  Barbados 5,145

151  Fiji 4,809

152  Eswatini 4,679

153  South Sudan 3,929

154  Sierra Leone 3,906

155  Guyana 3,636

156  Burundi 3,436

157  Suriname 3,427

158  Liberia 3,249

159  Timor-Leste 3,090

160  Lesotho 2,762

161  Bhutan 2,627

162  Djibouti 2,187

163  Central African Republic 2,185

164  Cape Verde 1,970

165  Belize 1,925

166  St. Lucia 1,874

167  San Marino 1,638

168  Antigua and Barbuda 1,626

169  Gambia, The 1,617

170  Seychelles 1,573

171  Guinea-Bissau 1,459

172  Solomon Islands 1,424

173  Grenada 1,196

174  St. Kitts and Nevis 1,019

175  Vanuatu 928

176  Samoa 861

177  St. Vincent and the Grenadines 826

178  Comoros 742

179  Dominica 494

180  Tonga 470

181  São Tomé and Príncipe 449

182  Micronesia, Federated States of 374

183  Palau 297

184  Marshall Islands 214

185  Kiribati 189

186  Tuvalu 45

Rank Country/Territory GDP(US$million)

   World 80,683,787

1  United States 19,390,604

2  China[n 5] 12,237,700

3  Japan 4,872,137

4  Germany 3,677,439

5  United Kingdom 2,622,434

6  India 2,597,491

7  France 2,582,501

8  Brazil 2,055,506

9  Italy 1,934,798

10  Canada 1,653,043

11  Korea, South 1,577,524

12  Russia[n 3] 1,530,751

13  Australia 1,323,421

14  Spain 1,311,320

15  Mexico 1,149,919

16  Indonesia 1,015,539

17  Turkey 851,102

18  Netherlands 826,200

19  Saudi Arabia 683,827

20   Switzerland 678,887

21  Argentina 637,590

22  Sweden 538,040

23  Poland 524,510

24  Belgium 492,681

25  Thailand 455,221

26  Iran 439,514

27  Austria 416,596

28  Norway 398,832

29  United Arab Emirates 382,575

30  Nigeria 375,771

31  Israel 350,851

32  South Africa 349,419

—  Hong Kong 341,449

33  Ireland 333,731

34  Denmark 324,872

35  Singapore 323,907

36  Malaysia 314,500

37  Philippines 313,595

38  Colombia 309,191

39  Pakistan 304,952

40  Chile 277,076

41  Finland 251,885

42  Bangladesh 249,724

43  Egypt 235,369

44  Vietnam 223,864

45  Portugal 217,571

46  Czech Republic 215,726

47  Romania 211,803

48  Peru 211,389

49  New Zealand 205,853

50  Greece 200,288

51  Iraq 197,716

52  Algeria 170,371

53  Qatar 167,605

54  Kazakhstan 159,407

55  Hungary 139,135

56  Angola 124,209

57  Kuwait 120,126

58  Sudan 117,488

59  Ukraine 112,154

60  Morocco[n 6] 109,139

61  Ecuador 103,057

62  Cuba 96,851

63  Slovak Republic 95,769

64  Sri Lanka 87,175

65  Ethiopia 80,561

66  Dominican Republic 75,932

67  Guatemala 75,620

68  Kenya 74,938

69  Oman 72,643

70  Myanmar 69,322

71  Luxembourg 62,404

72  Panama 61,838

73  Costa Rica 57,057

74  Bulgaria 56,832

75  Uruguay 56,157

76  Croatia 54,849

77  Belarus 54,442

78  Tanzania[n 7] 52,090

79  Lebanon 51,844

80  Libya 50,984

—  Macau 50,361

81  Slovenia 48,770

82  Uzbekistan 48,718

83  Ghana 47,330

84  Lithuania 47,168

85  Turkmenistan 42,355

86  Serbia 41,432

87  Azerbaijan 40,748

88  Cote d'Ivoire 40,389

89  Tunisia 40,257

90  Jordan 40,068

91  Bolivia 37,509

92  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 37,241

93  Bahrain 35,307

94  Cameroon 34,799

95  Latvia 30,264

96  Paraguay 29,735

97  Estonia 25,921

98  Uganda 25,891

99  Zambia 25,809

100  El Salvador 24,805

101    Nepal 24,472

102  Iceland 23,909

103  Honduras 22,979

104  Cambodia 22,158

105  Trinidad and Tobago 22,105

106  Cyprus[n 8] 21,652

107  Papua New Guinea 21,089

108  Afghanistan 20,815

109  Bosnia and Herzegovina 18,169

110  Zimbabwe 17,846

111  Botswana 17,407

112  Laos 16,853

113  Senegal 16,375

114  Mali 15,288

115  Georgia[n 9] 15,159

116  Jamaica 14,768

117  Gabon 14,623

—  West Bank and Gaza 14,498

118  Nicaragua 13,814

119  Mauritius 13,338

120  Namibia 13,245

121  Albania 13,039

122  Burkina Faso 12,873

123  Malta 12,538

124  Equatorial Guinea 12,487

125  Mozambique 12,334

126  Bahamas, The 12,162

127  Brunei 12,128

128  Armenia 11,537

129  Madagascar 11,500

130  Mongolia 11,488

131  North Macedonia 11,338

132  Guinea 10,491

133  Chad 9,981

134  Benin 9,274

135  Rwanda 9,137

136  Congo, Republic of the 8,723

137  Haiti 8,408

138  Moldova[n 10] 8,128

139  Niger 8,120

140  Kyrgyzstan 7,565

141  Somalia 7,369

142  Tajikistan 7,146

—  Kosovo 7,129

143  Malawi 6,303

144  Fiji 5,061

145  Mauritania 5,025

146  Togo 4,813

147  Barbados 4,797

148  Montenegro 4,774

149  Maldives 4,597

150  Eswatini 4,409

151  Sierra Leone 3,774

152  Guyana 3,676

153  Burundi 3,478

154  Suriname 3,324

155  Andorra 3,013

156  Timor-Leste 2,955

157  Lesotho 2,639

158  Bhutan 2,512

159  Liberia 2,158

160  Central African Republic 1,949

161  Djibouti 1,845

162  Belize 1,838

163  Cabo Verde 1,754

164  Saint Lucia 1,712

165  San Marino 1,659

166  Antigua and Barbuda 1,532

167  Seychelles 1,486

168  Guinea-Bissau 1,347

169  Solomon Islands 1,303

170  Grenada 1,119

171  Gambia, The 1,015

172  Saint Kitts and Nevis 946

173  Vanuatu 863

174  Samoa 857

175  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 790

176  Comoros 649

177  Dominica 563

178  Tonga 426

179  Sao Tome and Principe 391

180  Micronesia, Federated States of 336

181  Palau 292

182  Marshall Islands 199

183  Kiribati 196

184  Nauru 114

185  Tuvalu 40

Rank Country/Territory GDP(US$million)

   World[25] 80,501,413

1  United States 19,485,394

2  China[n 5] 12,234,781

3  Japan 4,872,415

4  Germany 3,693,204

5  United Kingdom 2,631,228

6  France 2,582,492

7  India 2,575,666

8  Brazil 2,055,512

9  Italy 1,943,835

10  Canada 1,647,120

11  Korea, South 1,577,524

12  Russia[n 3] 1,530,750

13  Australia 1,408,675

14  Spain 1,314,314

15  Mexico 1,158,229

16  Indonesia 1,015,539

17  Turkey 851,541

18  Netherlands 830,572

19  Saudi Arabia 683,827

20   Switzerland 678,938

21  Argentina 637,486

22  Sweden 535,607

23  Poland 526,211

24  Belgium 494,763

25  Iran 460,976

26  Thailand 455,302

27  Austria 416,835

28  Norway 399,470

29  United Arab Emirates 382,575

30  Nigeria 375,769

31  Israel 353,268

32  South Africa 348,872

—  Hong Kong 341,659

33  Ireland 331,430

34  Denmark 329,865

35  Singapore 323,901

36  Malaysia 314,707

37  Philippines 313,595

38  Colombia 309,191

39  Pakistan 302,139

40  Chile 277,080

41  Venezuela 255,092

42  Finland 252,246

43  Bangladesh 245,633

44  Vietnam 223,779

45  Czech Republic 215,824

46  Romania 211,803

47  Peru 211,402

48  Greece 203,085

49  New Zealand 202,044

50  Egypt 195,135

51  Portugal 195,041

52  Iraq 182,023

53  Qatar 167,605

54  Algeria 167,555

55  Kazakhstan 159,406

56  Hungary 139,761

57  Angola 126,505

58  Sudan 120,265

59  Kuwait 119,534

60  Ukraine 112,154

61  Morocco 109,708

62  Ecuador 104,295

—  Puerto Rico 104,218

63  Cuba 96,851

64  Slovakia 95,617

65  Sri Lanka 87,356

66  Dominican Republic 75,931

67  Guatemala 75,619

68  Ethiopia 75,605

69  Kenya 74,938

70  Oman 70,783

71  Myanmar 67,101

72  Luxembourg 62,316

73  Panama 61,838

74  Uruguay 59,180

75  Ghana 58,996

76  Bulgaria 58,222

77  Costa Rica 57,564

78  Croatia 55,201

79  Belarus 54,441

80  Lebanon 53,393

81  Tanzania 52,090

—  Macau 50,361

82  Uzbekistan 49,677

83  Slovenia 48,455

84  Lithuania 47,544

85  Serbia 41,589

86  Azerbaijan 40,748

87  Jordan 40,708

88  Tunisia 40,068

89  Côte d'Ivoire 38,054

90  Turkmenistan 37,915

91  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 37,642

92  Bolivia 37,508

93  Bahrain 35,325

94  Cameroon 34,924

95  Latvia 30,463

96  Paraguay 29,435

97  Yemen 27,956

98  Uganda 27,698

99  Estonia 25,921

100  Zambia 25,868

101  Libya 25,127

102    Nepal 24,870

103  El Salvador 24,805

104  Iceland 24,476

105  Honduras 22,978

106  Cambodia 22,121

107  Trinidad and Tobago 22,104

108  Cyprus 22,054

109  Papua New Guinea 22,005

110  Afghanistan 21,992

111  Senegal 21,126

112  Bosnia and Herzegovina 18,169

113  Zimbabwe 18,036

114  Botswana 17,406

115  Korea, North 17,364

116  Laos 16,853

117  Mali 15,235

118  Georgia 15,159

—  Palestine, State of 14,498

119  Gabon 14,623

120  Mozambique 12,651

121  Equatorial Guinea 12,487

122  Brunei 12,128

123  Congo, Republic of the 11,292

124  Jamaica 14,826

125  Nicaragua 13,814

126  Mauritius 13,366

127  Namibia 13,244

128  Albania 13,039

129  Malta 12,553

130  Burkina Faso 12,324

131  Bahamas, The 11,791

132  Armenia 11,536

133  North Macedonia 11,279

134  Mongolia 11,135

135  Chad 10,716

136  Madagascar 10,674

137  Guinea 10,208

—  New Caledonia 9,894

138  Benin 9,236

139  Rwanda 9,136

140  Haiti 8,521

141  Moldova 8,128

142  Niger 8,119

143  Kyrgyzstan 7,564

—  Kosovo 7,227

144  Tajikistan 7,145

145  Monaco 6,400

146  Malawi 6,339

147  Liechtenstein 6,295

148  South Sudan 5,693

—  French Polynesia 5,623

—  Bermuda 5,601

149  Suriname 5,210

150  Mauritania 5,092

151  Timor-Leste 4,970

152  Sierra Leone 4,893

153  Montenegro 4,588

154  Togo 4,576

155  Fiji 4,532

156  Eswatini 4,482

157  Barbados 4,353

158  Eritrea 3,858

—  Cayman Islands 3,480

159  Andorra 3,278

—  Curaçao 3,159

160  Guyana 3,086

161  Maldives 3,032

162  Burundi 2,869

—  Aruba 2,664

163  Bhutan 2,562

—  Greenland 2,441

164  Liberia 2,122

165  Lesotho 2,081

166  Central African Republic 1,992

167  Belize 1,902

168  Cape Verde 1,855

169  Djibouti 1,844

170  Saint Lucia 1,718

171  San Marino 1,689

172  Somalia 1,535

173  Seychelles 1,486

—  Zanzibar 1,391

174  Antigua and Barbuda 1,248

175  Guinea-Bissau 1,209

176  Solomon Islands 1,103

—  Sint Maarten 1,059

—  British Virgin Islands 902

177  Grenada 884

178  Saint Kitts and Nevis 852

179  Gambia, The 851

180  Samoa 824

181  Vanuatu 812

—  Turks and Caicos Islands 797

182  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 729

183  Comoros 648

184  Dominica 533

185  Tonga 435

186  São Tomé and Príncipe 337

187  Micronesia, Federated States of 308

—  Cook Islands 311

—  Anguilla 311

188  Palau 234

189  Marshall Islands 209

190  Nauru 182

191  Kiribati 180

—  Montserrat 63

192  Tuvalu 38

See also

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^ Based on IMF data. If no data was available for a country from the IMF, then data from the World Bank
World Bank
is used

^ The European Union
European Union
(EU) is an economic and political union of 28 member states that are located primarily in Europe. The EU is included as a separate entity in The World Factbook of CIA because it has many attributes of independent nations, being much more than a free-trade association such as ASEAN, NAFTA, or Mercosur.[24] As the EU is not a country, China
China
is the second ranked country on these lists.

^ Figures exclude Taiwan, and special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau.

^ a b c Figures exclude Republic of Crimea
Republic of Crimea
and Sevastopol.

^ Data for Syria's 2014 GDP is from the September 2011 WEO Database, the latest available from the IMF.

^ a b Figures exclude special administrative regions of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
and Macau.

^ Includes Western Sahara.

^ Covers mainland Tanzania
Tanzania
only.

^ Data are for the area controlled by the Government of the Republic of Cyprus.

^ Excludes Abkhazia
Abkhazia
and South Ossetia.

^ Excludes data for Transnistria.

References

^ https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2018/02/weodata/weorept.aspx?pr.x=104&pr.y=16&sy=2018&ey=2018&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds=.&br=1&c=924%2C132%2C134%2C534%2C158%2C112%2C111&s=NGDPD&grp=0&a=

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