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Richest European Countries

  5. Germany: $4.444 trillion (up 2.3%)
  6. Russia: $4.349 trillion (up 2.9%)
  9. United Kingdom: $3.131 trillion (up 3%)
10. France: $3.061 trillion (up 3.1%)
12. Italy: $2.443 trillion (up 1.8%)
15. Spain: $1.941 trillion (up 4%)
23. Poland: $1.287 trillion (up 5.9%)
28. Netherlands: $1.005 trillion (up 3.6%)
38. Belgium: $567.5 billion (up 3%)
39. Switzerland: $565.6 billion (up 2.6%)
40. Sweden: $563.9 billion (up 2.7%)
41. Romania: $546.6 billion (up 5.9%)
Richest Asian Countries (with world ranking)

  1. China: US$27.309 trillion (up 8% from 2018)
  3. India: $11.326 trillion (up 8%)
  4. Japan: $5.747 trillion (up 2.7%)
  7. Indonesia: $3.737 trillion (up 6.9%)
13. Turkey: $2.347 trillion (up 2%)
14. South Korea: $2.32 trillion (up 3.8%)
20. Thailand: $1.383 trillion (up 4.7%)
22. Taiwan: $1.3 trillion (up 3.9%)
25. Pakistan: $1.202 trillion (up 5.1%)
26. Malaysia: $1.079 trillion (up 6.4%)
27. Philippines: $1.026 trillion (up 7.6%)
30. Bangladesh: $837.6 billion (up 9.7%)
33. Vietnam: $770.2 billion (up 8.4%)
37. Singapore: $585.1 billion (up 2.3%)
Richest South American Countries

29. Argentina: $903.5 billion (down -1.3%)
32. Colombia: $783 billion (up 5.2%)
43. Chile: $502.8 billion (up 4.3%)
46. Peru: $478.3 billion (up 4.4%)
47. Venezuela: $466.8 billion (up 49.8%)
69. Ecuador: $202.8 billion (up 1.3%)
89. Paraguay: $97.2 billion (up 2.8%)
92. Bolivia: $94.4 billion (up 5.8%)
96. Uruguay: $83 billion (up 2.2%)
Richest African Countries

19. Egypt: $1.391 trillion (up 7.4%)
24. Nigeria: $1.217 trillion (up 4.1%)
31. South Africa: $809 billion (up 2.4%)
36. Algeria: $684.6 billion (up 4.1%)
57. Morocco: $328.7 billion (up 4.5%)
64. Ethiopia: $240.2 billion (up 9.4%)
65. Ghana: $209.8 billion (up 9.4%)
68. Angola: $203.4 billion (up 1.5%)
73. Tanzania: $191.6 billion (up 7.1%)
74. Kenya: $191.3 billion (up 7.5%)
76. Sudan: $176 billion (down -0.9%)
79. Tunisia: $149.2 billion (up 3.3%)
83. Ivory Coast: $117.1 billion (up 9.4%)
86. Uganda: $104.8 billion (up 8%)
Richest North American Countries

  2. United States: $21.439 trillion (up 4.2%)
11. Mexico: $2.628 trillion (up 2.2%)
16. Canada: $1.9 trillion (up 3.4%)
Richest Oceania Countries

21. Australia: $1.365 trillion (up 3.5%)
66. New Zealand: $206.2 billion (up 4.3%)
Richest Middle Eastern Countries

17. Saudi Arabia: $1.899 trillion (up 2%)
18. Iran: $1.471 trillion (down -7.8%)
34. UAE: $746.4 billion (up 3.4%)
35. Iraq: $705.1 billion (up 5.2%)
52. Qatar: $365.8 billion (up 3.8%)
54. Israel: $354.2 billion (up 5%)
60. Kuwait: $312.1 billion (up 2.4%)
GDP per capita is based on population size.
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India, China & Indonesia beat USA's 4% annual GDP gain at October. 2019. (Next update Apr. 2020)
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Richest Scandinavian Countries

40. Sweden: $563.9 billion (up 2.7%)
50. Norway: $410.7 billion (up 3.7%)
59. Denmark: $312.8 billion (up 3.5%)
Richest Nordic Countries

63. Finland: $264.7 billion (up 3%)
148. Iceland: $20 billion (up 2.6%)
Statistics are based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), a methodology that factors in living costs and inflation rates. PPP gives a clearer comparison of living standards among the different countries.
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