Country Rankings on Economy

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USA has the largest economy across the globe

The International Monetary Fund released a report on Gross Domestic Product 2019 which assessed the rankings of GDP by country.

Among 193 countries covered, the United States had the highest GDP with 21,344.67 Billion.

Following the list are China (14,216.50 Billion), China (14,216.50), Japan (5,176.21), Germany (3,963.88), and India (2,963.88).

Meanwhile, the least countries with GDP are Tuvalu (0.05 Billion), Nauru (0.11 Billion), Kiribati (0.19 Billion), Marshall Islands (0.22), and Palau (0.31 Billion).

2019 IMF World GDP (Current Price)


Rank CountryGDP, USD Billions
1United States of America21,344.67
2China14,216.50
3Japan5,176.21
4Germany3,963.88
5India2,972.00
6United Kingdom2,829.16
7France2,761.63
8Italy2,025.87
9Brazil1,960.19
10Canada1,739.11
11South Korea1,656.67
12Russia1,610.38
13Spain1,429.14
14Australia1,417.00
15Mexico1,241.45
16Indonesia1,100.91
17Netherlands914
18Saudi Arabia762.26
19Switzerland707.57
20Turkey706.24
21Taiwan601.43
22Poland593.3
23Sweden547.12
24Belgium531.81
25Thailand516.66
26Iran484.66
27Argentina477.74
28Austria459.59
29Nigeria444.92
30United Arab Emirates427.88
31Norway427.04
32Hong Kong381.72
33Ireland381.57
34Israel381.57
35Malaysia373.45
36Singapore372.81
37South Africa371.3
38Philippines356.68
39Denmark349.52
40Colombia336.6
41Bangladesh314.66
42Egypt299.59
43Chile295.61
44Pakistan278.02
45Finland276.57
46Vietnam260.3
47Czech Republic246.16
48Romania244.16
49Portugal239.47
50Peru232.08
51Iraq225.26
52Greece219.75
53New Zealand210.48
54Qatar193.5
55Algeria183.69
56Hungary168.78
57Kazakhstan164.21
58Kuwait136.94
59Ukraine134.89
60Morocco121.35
61Slovakia109.86
62Ecuador106.29
63Puerto Rico103.51
64Kenya99.25
65Angola92.19
66Ethiopia90.97
67Dominican Republic84.84
68Sri Lanka84.16
69Guatemala82.34
70Oman79.46
71Venezuela76.46
72Panama70.16
73Luxembourg69.63
74Ghana68.26
75Bulgaria67.04
76Myanmar65.67
77Croatia61.25
78Tanzania61.03
79Belarus60.95
80Costa Rica60.46
81Uruguay60.23
82Lebanon58.28
83Macau58.06
84Slovenia55.09
85Lithuania54.24
86Serbia52.42
87Turkmenistan50.35
88Uzbekistan49.2
89Democratic Republic of the Congo48.46
90Côte d'Ivoire45.25
91Azerbaijan45.25
92Libya44.96
93Jordan44.26
94Bolivia43.69
95Paraguay42.35
96Cameroon39.22
97Bahrain38.95
98Tunisia36.2
99Latvia35.72
100Sudan31.47
101Estonia31.03
102Uganda30.37
103Yemen29.08
104Nepal28.92
105El Salvador26.99
106Cambodia26.98
107Senegal25.32
108Honduras24.65
109Cyprus24.64
110Zambia24.62
111Iceland24.54
112Trinidad and Tobago22.44
113Zimbabwe22.29
114Papua New Guinea21.45
115Laos20.15
116Bosnia and Herzegovina20.15
117Afghanistan19.99
118Botswana19.65
119Mali17.83
120Georgia17.21
121Gabon16.71
122Jamaica16.15
123Albania15.96
124Mozambique15.37
125Malta15.13
126Burkina Faso14.88
127Mauritius14.81
128Namibia13.96
129Mongolia13.7
130Brunei Darussalam13.33
131Bahamas13.26
132Armenia13.11
133North Macedonia12.88
134Madagascar12.73
135Guinea12.62
136Nicaragua12.61
137Equatorial Guinea12.43
138Moldova12.04
139Chad11.37
140Benin11.18
141Republic of the Congo11.16
142Rwanda10.21
143Niger9.72
144Haiti9.6
145Kyrgyzstan8.33
146Kosovo8.13
147Somalia7.9
148Eritrea7.72
149Tajikistan7.7
150Malawi7.44
151Maldives5.75
152Togo5.59
153Mauritania5.57
154Montenegro5.44
155Fiji5.32
156Barbados5.21
157Eswatini4.66
158Sierra Leone4
159Guyana3.83
160Suriname3.68
161Burundi3.57
162Liberia3.22
163South Sudan3.15
164Timor-Leste3.15
165Aruba2.88
166Bhutan2.84
167Lesotho2.81
168Djibouti2.39
169Central African Republic2.29
170Cape Verde2.04
171Belize2
172Saint Lucia1.97
173Gambia1.74
174Antigua and Barbuda1.72
175Seychelles1.65
176San Marino1.62
177Guinea-Bissau1.54
178Solomon Islands1.51
179Grenada1.27
180Saint Kitts and Nevis1.06
181Vanuatu0.94
182Samoa0.9
183Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.86
184Comoros0.73
185Dominica0.54
186Tonga0.49
187São Tomé and Príncipe0.48
188Micronesia0.38
189Palau0.31
190Marshall Islands0.22
191Kiribati0.19
192Nauru0.11
193Tuvalu0.05

 

Source: International Monetary Fund
Full report: 2019 IMF World GDP Report