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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]

The GDP (PPP) of the dependent or integral territories of the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Yemen and Malta within the African continent are not included in this list. For the purpose of the data published by the International Monetary Fund, the GDP (PPP) Zanzibar is included as part of that of Tanzania, the GDP (PPP) of Western Sahara is included as part of that of Morocco, and the GDP (PPP) of Somaliland is included as part of that of Somalia.

List

Region
Rank
Country
Peak value of GDP (PPP) as of 2019
Billions of International dollars
Peak Year
Africa 6,906.222 2018
1  Egypt 1,391.734 2019
2  Nigeria 1,214.827 2019
3  South Africa 813.100 2019
4  Algeria 684.649 2019
5  Morocco 330.381 2019
6  Ethiopia 240.705 2019
7  Ghana 211.127 2019
8  Angola 203.763 2019
9  Kenya 190.970 2019
10  Libya 187.796 2010
11  Tanzania 186.060 2019
12  Sudan 177.678 2018
13  Tunisia 150.834 2019
14  Côte d'Ivoire 117.030 2019
15  Uganda 104.893 2019
16  Cameroon 101.124 2019
17  Democratic Republic of the Congo 77.441 2019
18  Zambia 76.520 2019
19  Senegal 47.335 2018
20  Mali 44.028 2018
21  Madagascar 42.705 2018
22  Botswana 41.556 2018
23  Burkina Faso 38.794 2018
24  Mozambique 38.679 2018
25  Gabon 38.582 2018
26  Equatorial Guinea 37.689 2012
27  Zimbabwe 35.565 2018
28  South Sudan 35.254 2011
29  Chad 30.563 2015
30  Republic of the Congo 29.749 2018
31  Mauritius 29.187 2018
32  Guinea 28.637 2018
33  Benin 27.471 2018
34  Namibia 27.444 2018
35  Rwanda 26.997 2018
36  Malawi 23.682 2018
37  Niger 23.475 2018
38  Somalia 19.568 2018
39  Mauritania 18.119 2018
40  Togo 13.886 2018
41  Sierra Leone 12.619 2014
42  Eswatini (Swaziland) 11.496 2018
43  Eritrea 9.997 2018
44  Burundi 8.184 2018
45  Lesotho 7.231 2018
46  Liberia 6.440 2018
47  Central African Republic 4.293 2012
48  Cape Verde 3.983 2018
49  Djibouti 3.964 2018
50  Gambia 3.884 2018
51  Guinea-Bissau 3.385 2018
52  Seychelles 2.873 2018
53  Comoros 1.384 2018
54  São Tomé and Príncipe 0.726 2018

See also

References

  1. ^ "World Economic Outlook Database". International Monetary Fund. 17 April 2019.