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Manufacturing value added, billion USD, 2023:

The average for 2023 based on 34 countries was 8.97 billion U.S. dollars. The highest value was in Egypt: 59.64 billion U.S. dollars and the lowest value was in Sierra Leone: 0.06 billion U.S. dollars. The indicator is available from 1960 to 2023. 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 Manufacturing value added, 2023 Global rank Available data
Egypt 59.64 1 1974 - 2023
Nigeria 55.74 2 1981 - 2023
South Africa 48.81 3 1960 - 2023
Morocco 20.51 4 1965 - 2023
Algeria 18.65 5 1999 - 2023
DR Congo 11.92 6 1996 - 2023
Ivory Coast 11.76 7 1965 - 2023
Ghana 8.57 8 1965 - 2023
Uganda 7.69 9 1960 - 2023
Tunisia 7.35 10 1965 - 2023
Ethiopia 7.33 11 1981 - 2023
Angola 6.78 12 1995 - 2023
Tanzania 6.64 13 1990 - 2023
Cameroon 6.36 14 1965 - 2023
Gabon 4.43 15 1965 - 2023
Zimbabwe 3.66 16 1965 - 2023
Zambia 2.34 17 1960 - 2023
Burkina Faso 2.17 18 1960 - 2023
Benin 1.98 19 1971 - 2023
Mauritius 1.61 20 1976 - 2023
Namibia 1.39 21 1980 - 2023
Rwanda 1.39 22 1965 - 2023
Swaziland 1.27 23 1965 - 2023
Mali 1.25 24 1967 - 2023
Niger 1.21 25 1968 - 2023
Togo 1.16 26 2007 - 2023
Botswana 1.09 27 1965 - 2023
Eq. Guinea 0.72 28 2006 - 2023
Mauritania 0.53 29 1985 - 2023
C.A. Republic 0.46 30 2009 - 2023
Lesotho 0.29 31 1964 - 2023
Cape Verde 0.12 32 1986 - 2023
Seychelles 0.12 33 1976 - 2023
Sierra Leone 0.06 34 1964 - 2023



Definition: Manufacturing refers to industries belonging to ISIC divisions 15-37. Value added is the net output of a sector after adding up all outputs and subtracting intermediate inputs. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or depletion and degradation of natural resources. The origin of value added is determined by the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), revision 3. Data are in current U.S. dollars.

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