List of South American countries by GDP (PPP)

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This is a list of South American nations ranked by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). Figures are given in 2009 International Dollars according to CIA factbook [1] 2009 figures.

South
American
Rank
World Rank Country 2012 GDP (PPP)
millions of International dollars
South America 4,975,089
1 9 Brazil Brazil 2,392,958
2 21 Argentina Argentina 756,226
3 28 Colombia Colombia 500,573
4 33 Venezuela Venezuela 396,753
5 40 Peru Peru 322,355
6 42 Chile Chile 316,514
7 62 Ecuador Ecuador 134,805
8 89 Bolivia Bolivia 54,325
9 90 Uruguay Uruguay 53,182
10 102 Paraguay Paraguay 35,306
11 153 Guyana Guyana 6,379
12 155 Suriname Suriname 5,711

GDP (PPP) per capita[edit]

Rank Country 2009 GDP per capita
US dollars (World Bank)
1  Argentina 14,559
2  Chile 14,331
3  Uruguay 13,208
4  Venezuela 12,341
5  Brazil 10,427
6  Colombia 8,870
7  Suriname 8,800
8  Peru 8,600
9  Ecuador 7,300
10  Bolivia 4,600
11  Paraguay 4,100
12  Guyana 3,900

List of Country by Historical GDP PPP per capita (Angus Maddison)[edit]

GDP (PPP) per capita in 1990 International Dollars
Country 1820 1889 1896 1905 1908 1910 1913 1920 1928 1933 1947 1950 1973
 Argentina 998 2,690 3,586 3,479 3,657 3,822 3,797 3,473 3,621 4,080 5,089 4,986 7,962
 Venezuela 375 869 843 861 841 886 1,104 1,173 2,831 3,057 6,894 7,462 10,625
 Chile 605 1,858 2,143 2,259 2,743 3,000 2,988 2,768 2,236 2,859 3,240 3,670 5,034
 Brazil 683 789 710 718 734 769 811 963 1,076 1,158 1,518 1,672 3,880
 Uruguay 1,165 2,415 2,644 2,334 2,973 3,136 3,310 2,674 2,750 3,906 4,313 4,659 4,974

List of Country by Historical GDP per capita (University of Pennsylvania)[edit]

GDP (PPP) per capita in 1990 International Dollars
Country 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980
 Argentina 796 925 1,136 1,319 1,823 2,718 4,272
 Venezuela 735 1,046 1,154 1,319 1,791 2,603 4,227
 Brazil 262 348 478 623 951 1,866 3,491
 Chile - 555 694 786 1,141 1,148 2,290
 Colombia 386 484 525 604 860 1,376 2,440
 Peru 419 555 632 850 1,232 1,775 2,683




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