* indicates monthly or quarterly data series

Percent of world GDP, 2021:

The average for 2021 based on 30 countries was 1.57 percent. The highest value was in the USA: 24.34 percent and the lowest value was in Montenegro: 0.01 percent. The indicator is available from 1980 to 2021. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
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Countries Percent of world GDP, 2021 Global rank Available data
USA 24.34 1 1980 - 2021
Germany 4.47 2 1980 - 2021
UK 3.28 3 1980 - 2021
France 3.09 4 1980 - 2021
Italy 2.25 5 1980 - 2021
Canada 2.1 6 1980 - 2021
Spain 1.51 7 1980 - 2021
Netherlands 1.07 8 1980 - 2021
Turkey 0.86 9 1980 - 2021
Poland 0.71 10 1990 - 2021
Belgium 0.63 11 1980 - 2021
Norway 0.53 12 1980 - 2021
Denmark 0.42 13 1980 - 2021
Romania 0.3 14 1987 - 2021
Czechia 0.29 15 1990 - 2021
Portugal 0.27 16 1980 - 2021
Greece 0.22 17 1980 - 2021
Hungary 0.19 18 1991 - 2021
Slovakia 0.12 19 1990 - 2021
Bulgaria 0.09 20 1980 - 2021
Luxembourg 0.09 21 1980 - 2021
Croatia 0.07 22 1995 - 2021
Lithuania 0.07 23 1995 - 2021
Slovenia 0.06 24 1995 - 2021
Estonia 0.04 25 1995 - 2021
Latvia 0.04 26 1995 - 2021
Iceland 0.03 27 1980 - 2021
Albania 0.02 28 1984 - 2021
Montenegro 0.01 29 2000 - 2021
North Macedonia 0.01 30 1990 - 2021



Definition: We calculated the world GDP as the sum of the GDP of all countries expressed in current USD. The share of GDP is the GDP of a particular country as percent of the world GDP. 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 current U.S. dollars. Dollar figures for GDP are converted from domestic currencies using single year 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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