List of African countries by GDP (PPP)

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This is a list of the African nations ranked by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP).

Methodology[edit]

Figures are given in 2010 International Dollars according to the International Monetary Fund[1] 2010 figures. The list excludes Somalia and South Sudan.

Countries[edit]

List[edit]

Region
Rank
World
Rank
Country
2013 GDP (PPP)
millions of International dollars
Africa 3,433,858
1 25  South Africa 596,500
2 27  Egypt 553,600
3 30  Nigeria 479,300
4 44  Algeria 285,500
5 57  Morocco 179,200
6 60  Angola 121,704
7 65  Ethiopia 121,400
8 68  Tunisia 108,400
9 70  Sudan 90,500
10 74  Ghana 88,500
11 77  Kenya 80,400
12 80  Libya 70,400
13 89  Uganda 54,600
14 91  Cameroon 53,300
13 92  Democratic Republic of the Congo 49,900
14 95  Ivory Coast 43,800
15 104  Botswana 34,100
16 106  Gabon 30,400
17 108  Mozambique 28,200
18 109  Chad 28,000
19 111  Senegal 27,700
20 114  Burkina Faso 26,600
21 117  Zambia 25,500
22 120  Madagascar 22,300
23 123  Mauritius 20,900
24 126  Republic of the Congo 20,000
25 129  Mali 18,600
26 130  Namibia 17,800
27 131  Equatorial Guinea 15,574
28 139  Benin 16,700
29 134  Rwanda 16,400
31 154  Malawi 15,000
32 142  Niger 13,800
33 143  Guinea 12,500
34 146  Zimbabwe 10,300
35 148  Mauritania 8,200
36 150  Togo 7,400
37 153  Swaziland 6,800
39 155  Burundi 5,800
40 157  Eritrea 4,500
41 159  Lesotho 4,300
42 160  The Gambia 3,700
43 163  Liberia 2,870
44 165  Central African Republic 2,500
45 167  Cape Verde 2,170
46 164  Djibouti 2,510
47 166  Seychelles 2,460
48 173  Guinea-Bissau 1,940
49 179  Comoros 910
50 184  São Tomé and Príncipe 420

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