List of ASEAN countries by GDP

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List of ASEAN countries GDP[edit]

List of ASEAN countries GDP - data are according to International Monetary Fund's October 2016 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
1  Indonesia 258,802 940,953 3,362 3,256,730 11,699
2  Thailand 68.981 390,592 5,742 1,246,640 17,731
3  Philippines 104.195 311,687 3,002 873,966 8,224
4  Malaysia 31.716 302,748 9,501 922,894 28,612
5  Singapore 5.591 296,642 52,888 508,449 90,249
6  Vietnam 92.637 205,860 2,088 645,333 6,895
7  Myanmar 52.254 68,277 1,212 342,205 6,501
8  Cambodia 15.776 19,476 1,144 64,365 4,020
9  Laos 7.163 13,761 1,787 44,880 6,149
10  Brunei 0.423 10,458 30,993 35,817 83,513

List of ASEAN countries GDP, International Monetary Fund 2020 estimates[edit]

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
 World 7,758.16[2] 96,193,497 12,400 149,463,948 19,265
 United States 321.41 21,926,509 67,064 22,294,105 67,064
 European Union 513.44 20,458,029 39,318 23,109,934 45,010
 China 1,374.96 16,100,063 12,117 28,920,974[3] 20,500[4]
 Japan 124.35 5,506,436 38,174 5,512,220 44,329
 ASEAN 668.56 3,574,932 5,347 9,815,708 14,682
 South Korea 51.67 1,646,814 36,750 2,408,301 46,612
1  Indonesia 272.60 1,273,809 4,380 4,103,298 15,052
2  Philippines 111.98 487,989 4,530 1,113,547 9,944
3  Malaysia 33.86 472,690 16,080 1,133,204 33,470
4  Thailand 69.31 457,212 6,839 1,430,411 20,639
5  Singapore 5.70 347,073 69,276 600,688 105,357
6  Vietnam 96.47 275,762 2,978 812,057 8,418
7  Myanmar 53.72 102,453 1,977 431,653 8,035
8  Cambodia 16.74 26,834 1,618 84,280 5,033
9  Laos 7.72 18,516 2,682 58,970 7,636
10  Brunei 0.45 16,553 42,044 47,600 104,780

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References[edit]

  1. ^ {{cite web|title=World Economic Outlook Database October 2017|url=https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2017/update/01/pdf/0117.pdf
  2. ^ "United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division.". Retrieved 7 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "IMF Data Mapper: GDP based on PPP (China)". International Monetary Fund (IMF). Retrieved 2 February 2016. 
  4. ^ "IMF Data Mapper: GDP based on PPP per capita (China)". International Monetary Fund (IMF). Retrieved 2 February 2016. 

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