List of Asian and Pacific countries by GDP (PPP)

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For a list of Asian and Pacific countries, see List of Asian and Pacific countries.

This is a list of Asian and Pacific countries ranked by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). Figures are given in 2010 International Dollars according to CIA factbook [1] 2010 figures. Turkey & Cyprus are excluded due to their cultural & economic proximity to Europe. The nations of the former USSR also are excluded from this table of Asia.

East Asia[edit]

Includes Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Mongolia, and China.

Rank
World
Country 2011 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
2012 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
Forecast[2]
2013 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
Forecast[3]
2014 GDP (PPP)
of USD
Forecast
2015 GDP (PPP) in USD
CIA factbook est.
[1]
2016 GDP (PPP)
of USD
IMF Estimate
1  China[note 1] $11,316.224 $12,164.940 $13,198.960 $14,320.870 $19.39 trillion $20,853,331 trillion
5  Japan $4,395.600 $4,507.970 $4,599.200 $4,692.270 $4.83 trillion $4,901,102
14  South Korea $1,556.102 $1,616.790 $1,703.420 $1,795.930 $1.84 trillion $1,848,518
22  Taiwan $886.489 $921.062 $956.984 $994.306 $1.09 trillion $1,099,030
--  North Korea $40.000 $40 billion[1]
118  Mongolia $12.609 $13.330 $14.860 $16.570 $36.07 billion $36,068

Southeast Asia[edit]

Includes member states of ASEAN.

Rank
World
Country 2016 GDP (PPP)
in USD International Monitary Fund's est.
8  Indonesia $2,010,746
20  Thailand $1,108,111
27  Philippines $860,623
29  Malaysia $803,031
35  Vietnam $552,298
41  Singapore $471,877
54  Myanmar $283,532
103  Cambodia $54,205
110  Laos $37,322
118  Brunei $33,219

South Asia[edit]

Rank
Subcontinent
Rank
Asia
Rank
World
Country 2015 GDP (PPP) in USD CIA factbook est.
1 2 3  India $8.027 trillion
2 10 26  Pakistan $930.8 billion
3 14 33  Bangladesh $577.0 billion
4 24 61  Sri Lanka $99.34 billion
5 31 95    Nepal $70.1 billion
6 32 99  Afghanistan $62.7 billion
7 41 168  Bhutan $6.38 billion
8 42 161  Maldives $4.7 billion
Total $9,913.4

Middle East[edit]

Rank
MidEast
Rank
Asia
Rank
World
Country 2011 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1 6 17  Iran $974.406
2 9 23  Saudi Arabia $997.663
3 18 48  United Arab Emirates $561.189
4 19 50  Israel $535.446
5 21 55  Qatar $881.912
6 22 58  Kuwait $950.002
7 23 60  Iraq $327.348
8 26 66  Syria $107.803
9 29 76  Oman $121.005
10 30 83  Yemen $163.344
11 31 84  Lebanon $261.738
12 35 97  Jordan $136.897
13 37 104  Bahrain $130.889
Total $6445.604

Central Asia[edit]

Rank
CentAsia
Rank
Asia
Rank
World
Country 2011 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1 27  Kazakhstan $214.15
2 20  Uzbekistan $300.840
3 32  Turkmenistan $41.548
4 43  Tajikistan $16.011
5 44  Kyrgyzstan $13.172
Total $585.72

The Pacific[edit]

Rank
Pacific
Rank
Asia
Rank
World
Country 2011 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1 7  Australia $918.978
2 24  New Zealand $123.511
3 42  Papua New Guinea $16.685
4 47  Fiji $4.136
5 48  East Timor $3.355
6 50  Solomon Islands $1.779
7 51  Vanuatu $1.209
8 52  Samoa $1.100
9 53  Tonga $0.781
10 54  Kiribati $0.652
11 55  Federated States of Micronesia $0.2381
12 56  Palau $0.164
13 57  Marshall Islands $0.133
14 58  Nauru $0.06
15 59  Tuvalu $0.036
Total $1,072.82

Asia & Pacific Cumulative[edit]

Rank
Asia
Country 2016 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  China $20,853,331
2  United States of America $18,558,129
3  India $8,642,758
4  Japan $4,901,102
5  Indonesia $3,010,746
5  South Korea $1,848,518
6  Saudi Arabia $1,720,027
7  Turkey $1,665,332
8  Iran $1,439,295
9  Australia $1,138,085
10  Thailand $1,108,111
11  Taiwan $1,099,030
12  Pakistan $982,380
13  Philippines $860,623
14  Malaysia $803,031
15  United Arab Emirates $647,823
16  Bangladesh $576,547
17  Vietnam $552,298
18  Iraq $544,096
19  Singapore $471,877
20  Kazakhstan $429,120
21  Hong Kong $414,566
22  Qatar $319,818
23  Kuwait $288,382
24  Myanmar $283,532
25  Israel $281,939
26  Sri Lanka $223,024
27  Uzbekistan $187,947
28  Oman $171,363
29  Azerbaijan $169,445
30  New Zealand $168,187
31  Turkmenistan $88,600
32  Lebanon $83,057
33  Jordan $82,725
34  Yemen $ 75,535
35    Nepal $70,091
36  Bahrain $64,799
37  Afghanistan $62,318
38  Cambodia $54,205
39  Laos $37,322
40  Mongolia $36,068
41  Georgia $35,604
42  Brunei Darussalam $33,219
43  Armenia $25,323
44  Tajikistan $23,306
45  Kyrgyzstan $20,095
46  Papua New Guinea $18,595
47  Fiji $8,048
48  Bhutan $6,385
49  Maldives $5,191
50  Solomon Islands $1,146
51  Samoa $1,000
52  Vanuatu $685
53  Tonga $526
54  Micronesia $306
55  Palau $272
56  Kiribati $203
57  Tuvalu $37

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