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List of Latin American and Caribbean countries by GDP (PPP)

 

List of Latin American and Caribbean countries by GDP (PPP)

This is a list of Latin American and Caribbean economies sorted by their estimated gross domestic product (GDP) at purchasing power parity (PPP) in 2011 in International dollars.

Brazil, Mexico and Argentina account for over two-thirds of the region's total output, while the Caribbean countries represent a little over 1%.

Latin America and the Caribbean, taken as a whole, would rank as the world's fourth largest economy, after the European Union, the United States and China, and above Japan.

Note: Due to lack of data, Cuba is not included.

Country GDP (PPP) (millions) GDP per capita (PPP) [1]
 Brazil 2,309,138 14,551
 Mexico 1,659,016 16,426
 Argentina 710,690 18,200
 Colombia 467,670 11,892
 Venezuela 369,324 17,951
 Peru 300,114 11,805
 Chile 281,368 21,468
 Ecuador 125,066 10,073
 Dominican Republic 93,408 11,208
 Guatemala 74,026 7,112
 Costa Rica 54,516 13,320
 Uruguay 52,111 18,280
 Bolivia 51,478 5,749
 Panama 48,812 16,946
 El Salvador 44,845 7,575
 Paraguay 36,235 7,342
 Honduras 35,649 4,500
 Trinidad and Tobago 26,866 29,594
 Jamaica 24,637 8,569
 Nicaragua 18,758 4,328
 Haiti 12,431 1,602
 The Bahamas 10,786 23,102
 Barbados 6,300 15,566
 Guyana 5,842 6,159
 Suriname 5,069 15,440
 Belize 2,804 8,400
 Saint Lucia 2,158 10,421
 Antigua and Barbuda 1,781 20,059
 Grenada 1,396 11,992
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1,259 10,451
 CARICOM 103,235 13,743
 Dominica 981 9,797
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 925 21,260
LAC-32 6,837,162 11,770

References

[2]

  1. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2004rank.html
  2. ^ http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.PCAP.PP.CD
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