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Rank Country GDP (PURCHASING POWER PARITY) Date of Information
1 China $23,160,000,000,000 2017 est.
2 European Union $20,850,000,000,000 2017 est.
3 United States $19,390,000,000,000 2017 est.
4 India $9,459,000,000,000 2017 est.
5 Japan $5,429,000,000,000 2017 est.
6 Germany $4,171,000,000,000 2017 est.
7 Russia $4,008,000,000,000 2017 est.
8 Indonesia $3,243,000,000,000 2017 est.
9 Brazil $3,240,000,000,000 2017 est.
10 United Kingdom $2,914,000,000,000 2017 est.
11 France $2,836,000,000,000 2017 est.
12 Mexico $2,458,000,000,000 2017 est.
13 Italy $2,311,000,000,000 2017 est.
14 Turkey $2,173,000,000,000 2017 est.
15 Korea, South $2,029,000,000,000 2017 est.
16 Spain $1,774,000,000,000 2017 est.
17 Saudi Arabia $1,774,000,000,000 2017 est.
18 Canada $1,769,000,000,000 2017 est.
19 Iran $1,645,000,000,000 2017 est.
20 Australia $1,246,000,000,000 2017 est.
21 Thailand $1,234,000,000,000 2017 est.
22 Egypt $1,201,000,000,000 2017 est.
23 Taiwan $1,185,000,000,000 2017 est.
24 Poland $1,121,000,000,000 2017 est.
25 Nigeria $1,119,000,000,000 2017 est.
26 Pakistan $1,057,000,000,000 2017 est.
27 Malaysia $930,800,000,000 2017 est.
28 Argentina $920,200,000,000 2017 est.
29 Netherlands $916,100,000,000 2017 est.
30 Philippines $875,600,000,000 2017 est.
31 South Africa $765,600,000,000 2017 est.
32 Colombia $714,000,000,000 2017 est.
33 Bangladesh $687,100,000,000 2017 est.
34 United Arab Emirates $686,800,000,000 2017 est.
35 Iraq $658,800,000,000 2017 est.
36 Vietnam $647,400,000,000 2017 est.
37 Algeria $632,900,000,000 2017 est.
38 Belgium $528,500,000,000 2017 est.
39 Singapore $527,000,000,000 2017 est.
40 Sweden $520,900,000,000 2017 est.
41 Switzerland $517,200,000,000 2017 est.
42 Romania $481,500,000,000 2017 est.
43 Kazakhstan $477,600,000,000 2017 est.
44 Hong Kong $454,900,000,000 2017 est.
45 Chile $451,100,000,000 2017 est.
46 Austria $439,600,000,000 2017 est.
47 Peru $424,400,000,000 2017 est.
48 Venezuela $380,700,000,000 2017 est.
49 Norway $380,000,000,000 2017 est.
50 Czechia $375,700,000,000 2017 est.
51 Ukraine $368,800,000,000 2017 est.
52 Ireland $357,200,000,000 2017 est.
53 Qatar $340,600,000,000 2017 est.
54 Burma $328,700,000,000 2017 est.
55 Israel $316,500,000,000 2017 est.
56 Portugal $313,400,000,000 2017 est.
57 Greece $298,700,000,000 2017 est.
58 Morocco $298,600,000,000 2017 est.
59 Kuwait $291,500,000,000 2017 est.
60 Hungary $289,000,000,000 2017 est.
61 Denmark $286,800,000,000 2017 est.
62 Sri Lanka $274,700,000,000 2017 est.
63 Finland $244,000,000,000 2017 est.
64 Uzbekistan $222,600,000,000 2017 est.
65 Ethiopia $200,200,000,000 2017 est.
66 Ecuador $192,600,000,000 2017 est.
67 Angola $190,300,000,000 2017 est.
68 New Zealand $188,600,000,000 2017 est.
69 Sudan $187,000,000,000 2017 est.
70 Oman $186,600,000,000 2017 est.
71 Slovakia $179,400,000,000 2017 est.
72 Belarus $178,900,000,000 2017 est.
73 Dominican Republic $172,400,000,000 2017 est.
74 Azerbaijan $171,800,000,000 2017 est.
75 Kenya $163,100,000,000 2017 est.
76 Tanzania $162,200,000,000 2017 est.
77 Bulgaria $153,100,000,000 2017 est.
78 Guatemala $137,800,000,000 2017 est.
79 Cuba $137,000,000,000 2017 est.
80 Tunisia $135,400,000,000 2017 est.
81 Ghana $133,700,000,000 2017 est.
82 Puerto Rico $121,000,000,000 2017 est.
83 Serbia $105,500,000,000 2017 est.
84 Panama $103,900,000,000 2017 est.
85 Turkmenistan $103,500,000,000 2017 est.
86 Croatia $101,300,000,000 2017 est.
87 Cote d'Ivoire $96,920,000,000 2017 est.
88 Lithuania $91,240,000,000 2017 est.
89 Jordan $89,100,000,000 2017 est.
90 Cameroon $88,860,000,000 2017 est.
91 Uganda $88,670,000,000 2017 est.
92 Lebanon $87,680,000,000 2017 est.
93 Costa Rica $83,850,000,000 2017 est.
94 Bolivia $83,550,000,000 2017 est.
95 Nepal $78,590,000,000 2017 est.
96 Uruguay $78,150,000,000 2017 est.
97 Macau $71,780,000,000 2017 est.
98 Slovenia $71,080,000,000 2017 est.
99 Bahrain $70,440,000,000 2017 est.
100 Afghanistan $69,550,000,000 2017 est.
101 Zambia $68,890,000,000 2017 est.
102 Congo, Democratic Republic of the $68,450,000,000 2017 est.
103 Paraguay $68,330,000,000 2017 est.
104 Libya $64,400,000,000 2017 est.
105 Cambodia $64,250,000,000 2017 est.
106 Luxembourg $62,730,000,000 2017 est.
107 El Salvador $56,990,000,000 2017 est.
108 Latvia $53,910,000,000 2017 est.
109 Syria $50,280,000,000 2015 est.
110 Laos $49,210,000,000 2017 est.
111 Honduras $46,200,000,000 2017 est.
112 Bosnia and Herzegovina $44,620,000,000 2017 est.
113 Senegal $43,240,000,000 2017 est.
114 Trinidad and Tobago $43,010,000,000 2017 est.
115 Estonia $41,560,000,000 2017 est.
116 Mali $41,000,000,000 2017 est.
117 Korea, North $40,000,000,000 2015 est.
118 Madagascar $39,730,000,000 2017 est.
119 Mongolia $39,700,000,000 2017 est.
120 Georgia $39,700,000,000 2017 est.
121 Botswana $38,860,000,000 2017 est.
122 Yemen $38,600,000,000 2017 est.
123 Gabon $36,730,000,000 2017 est.
124 Mozambique $36,730,000,000 2017 est.
125 Nicaragua $36,380,000,000 2017 est.
126 Albania $35,970,000,000 2017 est.
127 Burkina Faso $35,780,000,000 2017 est.
128 Zimbabwe $33,960,000,000 2017 est.
129 Brunei $33,540,000,000 2017 est.
130 Cyprus $31,590,000,000 2017 est.
131 Macedonia $30,960,000,000 2017 est.
132 Equatorial Guinea $30,350,000,000 2017 est.
133 Papua New Guinea $30,330,000,000 2017 est.
134 Congo, Republic of the $28,880,000,000 2017 est.
135 Chad $28,560,000,000 2017 est.
136 Tajikistan $28,380,000,000 2017 est.
137 Armenia $28,280,000,000 2017 est.
138 Mauritius $27,460,000,000 2017 est.
139 Namibia $26,510,000,000 2017 est.
140 Guinea $26,470,000,000 2017 est.
141 Jamaica $26,060,000,000 2017 est.
142 Benin $25,330,000,000 2017 est.
143 Rwanda $24,630,000,000 2017 est.
144 Kyrgyzstan $22,970,000,000 2017 est.
145 Malawi $22,370,000,000 2017 est.
146 Niger $21,840,000,000 2017 est.
147 West Bank $21,220,000,000 2014 est.
148 Moldova $20,080,000,000 2017 est.
149 Haiti $19,930,000,000 2017 est.
150 Kosovo $19,630,000,000 2017 est.
151 Malta $19,310,000,000 2017 est.
152 South Sudan $18,740,000,000 2017 est.
153 Somalia $18,660,000,000 2017 est.
154 Iceland $17,620,000,000 2017 est.
155 Mauritania $17,250,000,000 2017 est.
156 Togo $12,940,000,000 2017 est.
157 Bahamas, The $11,600,000,000 2017 est.
158 Sierra Leone $11,500,000,000 2017 est.
159 Eswatini $11,340,000,000 2017 est.
160 New Caledonia $11,110,000,000 2017 est.
161 Montenegro $11,050,000,000 2017 est.
162 Eritrea $9,382,000,000 2017 est.
163 Fiji $8,652,000,000 2017 est.
164 Suriname $8,508,000,000 2017 est.
165 Burundi $7,990,000,000 2017 est.
166 Monaco $7,672,000,000 2015 est.
167 Bhutan $7,030,000,000 2017 est.
168 Lesotho $6,955,000,000 2017 est.
169 Maldives $6,887,000,000 2017 est.
170 Isle of Man $6,792,000,000 2015 est.
171 Timor-Leste $6,753,000,000 2017 est.
172 Guyana $6,287,000,000 2017 est.
173 Bermuda $6,127,000,000 2016 est.
174 Liberia $6,099,000,000 2017 est.
175 Guam $5,793,000,000 2016 est.
176 Jersey $5,569,000,000 2016 est.
177 French Polynesia $5,490,000,000 2015 est.
178 Barbados $5,244,000,000 2017 est.
179 Liechtenstein $4,978,000,000 2014 est.
180 Virgin Islands $3,872,000,000 2016 est.
181 Cabo Verde $3,735,000,000 2017 est.
182 Djibouti $3,632,000,000 2017 est.
183 Gambia, The $3,602,000,000 2017 est.
184 Guernsey $3,465,000,000 2015 est.
185 Central African Republic $3,373,000,000 2017 est.
186 Andorra $3,327,000,000 2015 est.
187 Belize $3,211,000,000 2017 est.
188 Guinea-Bissau $3,137,000,000 2017 est.
189 Curacao $3,128,000,000 2012 est.
190 Seychelles $2,718,000,000 2017 est.
191 Saint Lucia $2,536,000,000 2017 est.
192 Aruba $2,516,000,000 2009 est.
193 Cayman Islands $2,507,000,000 2014 est.
194 Greenland $2,413,000,000 2015 est.
195 Antigua and Barbuda $2,393,000,000 2017 est.
196 San Marino $2,052,000,000 2017 est.
197 Gibraltar $2,044,000,000 2014 est.
198 Faroe Islands $2,001,000,000 2014 est.
199 Grenada $1,606,000,000 2017 est.
200 Saint Kitts and Nevis $1,528,000,000 2017 est.
201 Solomon Islands $1,324,000,000 2017 est.
202 Comoros $1,313,000,000 2017 est.
203 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $1,266,000,000 2017 est.
204 Northern Mariana Islands $1,242,000,000 2016 est.
205 Samoa $1,134,000,000 2017 est.
206 Western Sahara $906,500,000 2007 est.
207 Dominica $785,000,000 2017 est.
208 Vanuatu $770,000,000 2017 est.
209 Sao Tome and Principe $676,000,000 2017 est.
210 American Samoa $658,000,000 2016 est.
211 Turks and Caicos Islands $632,000,000 2007 est.
212 Tonga $587,000,000 2017 est.
213 Saint Martin $561,500,000 2005 est.
214 British Virgin Islands $500,000,000 2017 est.
215 Sint Maarten $365,800,000 2014 est.
216 Micronesia, Federated States of $347,000,000 2017 est.
217 Cook Islands $299,900,000 2016 est.
218 Palau $291,000,000 2017 est.
219 Saint Pierre and Miquelon $261,300,000 2015 est.
220 Kiribati $226,000,000 2017 est.
221 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) $206,400,000 2015 est.
222 Marshall Islands $189,000,000 2017 est.
223 Anguilla $175,400,000 2009 est.
224 Montserrat $167,400,000 2011 est.
225 Nauru $159,000,000 2017 est.
226 Wallis and Futuna $60,000,000 2004 est.
227 Tuvalu $42,000,000 2017 est.
228 Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha $31,100,000 FY09/10 est.
229 Niue $10,010,000 2003 est.
230 Tokelau $1,500,000 1993 est.
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