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Gross Domestic Product, billions of 2010 U.S. dollars, 2022:

The average for 2022 based on 41 countries was 810.6 billion U.S. dollars. The highest value was in China: 16325.1 billion U.S. dollars and the lowest value was in the Maldives: 5.8 billion U.S. dollars. The indicator is available from 1960 to 2022. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: billion U.S. dollars; Source: The World Bank
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Countries GDP, constant dollars, 2022 Global rank Available data
China 16325.1 1 1960 - 2022
Japan 4529.9 2 1960 - 2022
India 2961.5 3 1960 - 2022
South Korea 1740.9 4 1960 - 2022
Indonesia 1122.3 5 1960 - 2022
Saudi Arabia 769.6 6 1968 - 2022
Iran 487.7 7 1960 - 2022
Thailand 450.1 8 1960 - 2022
UA Emirates 431.4 9 1975 - 2022
Israel 408.2 10 1995 - 2022
Philippines 407.7 11 1960 - 2022
Pakistan 399.9 12 1960 - 2022
Malaysia 386.9 13 1960 - 2022
Singapore 379.7 14 1960 - 2022
Vietnam 358.9 15 1984 - 2022
Hong Kong 318.6 16 1961 - 2022
Bangladesh 305.5 17 1960 - 2022
Kazakhstan 221.5 18 1990 - 2022
Iraq 192.9 19 1968 - 2022
Qatar 170.9 20 2000 - 2022
Uzbekistan 123.8 21 1987 - 2022
Kuwait 114.9 22 1992 - 2022
Sri Lanka 88.5 23 1961 - 2022
Oman 86.3 24 1965 - 2022
Burma 63.3 25 1960 - 2022
Azerbaijan 56.7 26 1990 - 2022
Turkmenistan 46.9 27 1987 - 2022
Jordan 43.9 28 1976 - 2022
Bahrain 35.9 29 1980 - 2022
Nepal 33.1 30 1960 - 2022
Cambodia 25 31 1993 - 2022
Macao 22.6 32 1982 - 2022
Georgia 20.2 33 1965 - 2022
Laos 19.6 34 1984 - 2022
Palestine 15.6 35 1994 - 2022
Mongolia 14.4 36 1981 - 2022
Armenia 14.2 37 1990 - 2022
Tajikistan 13.5 38 1985 - 2022
Brunei 13 39 1974 - 2022
Kyrgyzstan 8.3 40 1986 - 2022
Maldives 5.8 41 1995 - 2022



Definition: GDP at purchaser's prices is the sum of gross value added by all resident producers in the economy plus any product taxes and minus any subsidies not included in the value of the products. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or for depletion and degradation of natural resources. Data are in constant 2015 prices, expressed in U.S. dollars. Dollar figures for GDP are converted from domestic currencies using 2015 official exchange rates. For a few countries where the official exchange rate does not reflect the rate effectively applied to actual foreign exchange transactions, an alternative conversion factor is used.

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