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). Figures are given in International Dollars according to the International Monetary Fund[1]

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Region
Rank
Country
2015 GDP (PPP)
millions of International dollars
Africa 5,736,700
1  Nigeria 1,092.00
2  Egypt 995.97
3  South Africa 724.01
4  Algeria 570.64
5  Morocco 274.53
6  Angola 185.25
7  Sudan 167.42
8  Ethiopia 159.22
9  Kenya 143.05
10  Tunisia 127.21
11  Ghana 113.35
12  Libya 92.88
13  Uganda 79.75
14  Ivory Coast 78.34
15  Cameroon 72.11
16  Zambia 64.65
17  Democratic Republic of the Congo 63.27
18  Botswana 37.16
19  Senegal 36.30
20  Madagascar 35.56
21  Gabon 34.41
22  Mozambique 33.73
23  Chad 32.00
24  Burkina Faso 31.18
25  Mali 29.15
26  Republic of the Congo 28.90
27  Zimbabwe 27.92
28  Equatorial Guinea 25.94
29  Namibia 24.84
30  Mauritius 24.51
31  Benin 21.16
32  Malawi 20.56
33  Rwanda 20.32
34  Niger 18.96
35  Mauritania 16.43
36  Guinea 15.28
37  Swaziland 10.87
38  Togo 10.82
39  Eritrea 7.94
40  Burundi 7.88
41  Somalia 5.90
42  Lesotho 5.78
43  The Gambia 3.27
44  Liberia 3.78
45  Cape Verde 3.48
46  Djibouti 3.09
47  Seychelles 2.53
48  Guinea-Bissau 1.94
49  Central African Republic 1.62
50  Comoros 1.21
51  São Tomé and Príncipe 0.66

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