List of Argentine provinces by gross regional product

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This article includes a list of Argentine provinces by gross regional product (GRP), the value of all final goods and services produced within a nation in a given year, and other main indicators. The rows in this table can be sorted by clicking on the arrows at the top of any column.

Provinces[edit]

District 2010 Population
(000)[1]
2008 GDP
(USD bn) a
2008 GDP per capita
(USD)a[2]
Agri
culture
b
Mining
b
Manufac
turing
b
Services
& cons
truction
b
Exports
(USD mn)
2011[3]
Median mo. salary
(USD)[4]ae
Vehicles
(per 1000)[5]d
Income
poverty[6]f
 City of Buenos Aires 2.890.000 118.000 23,309 0.3 1.0 12.9 85.8 426 1,618 528 12.2
 Buenos Aires Province 15.625.000 161.000 7,310 4.5 0.1 21.3 74.1 28134 1,364 266 21.8
 Catamarca 368.000 2.331 6,009 3.6 20.8 12.1 63.5 1596 1,241 162 34.6
 Chaco 1.055.000 2.120 2,015 12.6 0.0 7.5 79.9 602 1,061 137 36.4
 Chubut 509.000 7.110 15,422 6.9 21.3 10.0 61.8 3148 2,281 400 21.4
 Córdoba 3.309.000 33.239 6,477 10.6 0.2 14.0 75.2 10635 1,200 328 25.7
 Corrientes 993.000 4.053 4,001 12.6 0.0 8.2 79.2 230 1,019 168 N/A
 Entre Ríos 1.236.000 7.137 5,682 11.9 0.3 11.6 76.2 1908 1,063 280 30.0
 Formosa 530.000 1.555 2,879 7.6 1.5 6.4 84.5 40 1,007 107 35.1
 Jujuy 673.000 2.553 3,755 5.5 0.7 14.6 79.2 456 1,123 153 33.2
 La Pampa 319.000 2.000 5,987 19.0 3.7 5.3 72.0 378 1,164 364 21.1
 La Rioja 334.000 1.419 4,162 3.9 0.1 16.8 79.2 281 1,040 172 30.2
 Mendoza 1.739.000 18.800 9,079 5.4 6.1 17.5 71.0 1862 1,153 313 21.7
 Misiones 1.102.000 4.044 3,751 6.7 0.0 13.0 80.3 536 971 153 37.7
 Neuquén 551.000 14.398 26,273 0.7 42.8 2.9 53.6 353 2,211 339 23.4
 Río Negro 639.000 4.924 8,247 4.9 8.4 7.3 79.4 670 1,309 285 21.2
 Salta 1.214.000 5.165 4,220 8.1 7.6 10.4 73.9 1332 1,045 139 30.7
Bandera de la Provincia de San Juan.svg San Juan 681.000 3.927 5,642 8.1 0.3 15.9 75.7 2470 1,293 216 25.0
 San Luis 432.000 2.444 5,580 4.9 0.5 42.4 52.2 735 1,288 245 19.0
 Santa Cruz 274.000 6.892 30,496 4.4 47.1 2.3 46.2 1857 2,646 432 11.6
 Santa Fe 3.195.000 37.500 8,423 10.1 0.0 17.4 72.5 17804 1,265 299 25.5
 Santiago del Estero 874.000 2.598 3,003 11.5 0.1 6.2 82.2 1082 945 103 32.8
 Tierra del Fuego 127.000 2.606 20,682 4.7 18.5 18.6 58.2 443 2,267 478 12.7
 Tucumán 1.448.000 5.807 3,937 6.0 0.1 12.6 81.3 1031 973 146 32.6
 Argentina 40117 328.696 8,269 5.0 2.7 16.3 76.0 83950c 1,301 284 25.5

Notes[edit]

  • a) Dollar values are nominal (not adjusted for purchasing power parity).
  • b) Sectorial data from CEPAL (2000).
  • c) Includes USD5.9 billion not specified by province.
  • d) Excludes 427,000 motor vehicles (3.9%) not specified by province. Included in national total.
  • e) 2012 data; includes employees registered with Social Security Administration only.
  • f) 2014 data; official figures lower due to understated CPI index.[7]
  • g) 2001 Census.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ INDEC: Censo 2010 Archived 2012-04-18 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Los PBI per cápita de Santa Cruz y Buenos Aires son similares a los de Grecia y Portugal, mientras que los de Chaco y Formosa son como los de Paraguay y El Salvador" (in Spanish). Abeceb. Archived from the original on 2 March 2012. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
  3. ^ INDEC: Comercio Exterior Argentino, 2011 ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
  4. ^ IADER: Santa Cruz, Chubut, T. del Fuego y Neuquén: pagan los sueldos más altos ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
  5. ^ ADEFA: Argentine vehicle fleet Archived 2014-05-08 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ "Vuelve a alarmar la pobreza: en Misiones, Chaco y Formosa alcanza casi el 40%" (in Spanish). Instituto Argentino para el Desarrollo de las Economias Regionales. Retrieved 28 January 2016.
  7. ^ "Para el INDEC, solamente hay un 6,5% de pobreza". Clarín.