List of ASEAN countries by GDP

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2019 estimates[edit]

GDP and GDP per capita data are according to International Monetary Fund's April 2019 estimates.[1]

Rank Country Population
in million

GDP Nominal
millions of
USD
GDP Nominal
per capita
USD
GDP (PPP)
millions of
USD
GDP (PPP)
per capita
USD
 ASEAN 654.449 3,106,932 4,747 9,134,101 13,956
1  Indonesia 266.998 1,100,911 4,123 3,743,159 14,019
2  Thailand 67.913 516,662 7,607 1,390,484 20,474
3  Malaysia 32.801 373,447 11,385 1,064,567 32,454
4  Singapore 5.681 372,807 65,627 589,187 103,717
5  Philippines 108.732 356,682 3,280 1,032,289 9,493
6  Vietnam 95.494 260,301 2,725 769,928 8,062
7  Myanmar 53.019 65,665 1,238 372,699 7,029
8  Cambodia 16.497 26,979 1,635 76,605 4,643
9  Laos 6.874 20,153 2,931 58,329 8,485
10  Brunei 0.440 13,325 30,290 36,854 83,776

2024 estimates[edit]

Below are the estimates for the year 2024 by the International Monetary Fund.[1]

Rank Country Population
in millions

GDP Nominal
millions of
USD
GDP (Nominal)
per capita
USD
GDP (PPP)
millions of
USD
GDP (PPP)
per capita
USD
 United States 340.976 25,728,734 75,456 25,728,734 75,456
 China 1,411.024 21,309,503 15,102 40,147,772 28,452
 Japan 123.610 6,848,808 55,406 6,536,651 52,881
 India 1,443.063 4,729,319 3,277 18,408,853 12,756
 South Korea 52.937 2,150,904 40,631 2,848,118 53,801
 ASEAN 690.946 4,451,259 6,442 13,014,497 18,835
1  Indonesia 281.642 1,606,730 5,704 5,359,554 19,029
2  Thailand 68.260 679,117 9,949 1,834,795 26,879
3  Philippines 120.049 563,823 4,696 1,584,232 13,196
4  Malaysia 34.915 539,632 15,455 1,494,003 42,790
5  Singapore 5.893 477,193 80,969 739,967 125,556
6  Vietnam 99.919 392,844 3,931 1,169,250 11,702
7  Myanmar 54.652 103,559 1,894 574,455 10,511
8  Cambodia 17.772 40,236 2,264 115,797 6,515
9  Laos 7.383 30,922 4,187 89,744 12,154
10  Brunei 0.461 17,203 37,351 52,700 114,422

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "ASEAN". International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 9 April 2019.

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