List of Asian and Pacific countries by GDP (PPP)

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This is a list gross domestic product (GDP) at purchasing power parity (PPP) for the latest years recorded in the CIA World Factbook[1]. All sovereign states with United Nations membership and territory in either Asia or Oceania are included on the list apart from those who are also members of the Council of Europe. In addition, the list includes the special administrative regions of China (Hong Kong and Macao) and Taiwan[2]. All dependent territories (including those under the control of states on this list) are excluded. The figures provided are quoted in US dollars and are 2016 estimates unless otherwise noted.

East Asia[edit]

Rank Region&Country 2017 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  China $23,159
2  Japan $5,405
3  South Korea $2,029
4  Taiwan $1,177
5  Hong Kong $449.5
6  Macao $65.7
7  Mongolia $37.7
Total $32,322.9


South Asia[edit]

Rank Country 2017 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  India $9,459
2  Pakistan $1,061
3  Bangladesh $686.6
4  Sri Lanka $278.4
5    Nepal $84.4
6  Afghanistan $67.5
7  Bhutan $7.045
8  Maldives $5.853
Total $11,649.8

South East Asia (SEA)[edit]

Rank Country 2017 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  Indonesia $3,028
2  Thailand $1,261
3  Philippines $1,023
4  Malaysia $863.0
5  Vietnam $594.9
6  Singapore $487.9
7  Myanmar $311.1
10  Cambodia $23.7
8  Laos $58.9
9  Brunei $33.7
11  Timor-Leste $4.98
Total $7,386.38


West Asia or Middle East[edit]

Rank Country 2016 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  Saudi Arabia $1,750
2  Iran $1,459
3  United Arab Emirates $667.2
4  Iraq $596.7
5  Qatar $334.5
6  Kuwait $301.1
7  Israel $297.0
8  Oman $173.1
9  Jordan $86.2
10  Lebanon $85.2
11  Yemen $73.5
12  Bahrain $66.4
13  Syria $50.3
Total $5,921.2

Pacific[edit]

Rank Country 2016 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  Australia $1,189
2  New Zealand $174.8
3  Papua New Guinea $28.0
4  Fiji $8.38
5  Solomon Islands $1.20
6  Samoa $1.05
7  Vanuatu $0.723
8  Tonga $0.557
9  Micronesia $0.314
10  Palau $0.276
11  Kiribati $0.211
12  Marshall Islands $0.180
13  Nauru $0.151[3]
Total $1,404.8

Asia and Pacific cumulative[edit]

Rank Region&Country 2017 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
Total $55,381.4
1  China $23,159
2  India $9,284
3  Japan $4,932
4  Indonesia $3,028
5  South Korea $1,929
6  Saudi Arabia $1,731
7  Iran $1,459
8  Thailand $1,269
9  Australia $1,189
10  Taiwan $1,127
11  Philippines $1,023
12  Pakistan $888.2
13  Malaysia $863.0
14  United Arab Emirates $667.2
15  Bangladesh $628.4
16  Iraq $596.7
17  Vietnam $594.9
18  Singapore $487.9
19  Kazakhstan $460.7
20  Hong Kong $427.4
21  Qatar $334.5
22  Myanmar $311.1
23  Kuwait $301.1
24  Israel $297.0
25  Saudi Arabia $236.7
26  Uzbekistan $202.3
27  New Zealand $174.8
28  Oman $173.1
29  Turkmenistan $94.7
30  Jordan $86.2
31  Lebanon $85.2
32  Yemen $73.5
33    Nepal $71.5
34  Bahrain $66.4
35  Afghanistan $64.1
36  Cambodia $58.9
37  Syria $50.3
38  Laos $41.0
39  Mongolia $37.0
40  Brunei $33.7
41  Papua New Guinea $28.0
42  Tajikistan $25.8
43  Kyrgyzstan $21.0
44  Fiji $8.38
45  Bhutan $6.40
46  Maldives $5.40
47  Timor-Leste $4.98
48  Solomon Islands $1.20
49  Samoa $1.05
50  Vanuatu $0.723
51  Tonga $0.557
52  Tuvalu $0.390
53  Micronesia $0.314
54  Palau $0.276
55  Kiribati $0.211
56  Marshall Islands $0.282015
57  Nauru $0.151[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Country Comparison :: GDP (Purchasing Power Parity)", CIA World Factbook, accessed 30 July 2017". Cia.gov. Retrieved 2017-07-28.
  2. ^ The recognition of Taiwan is disputed; most UN-member states officially recognise the sovereignty of the People's Republic of China over Taiwan, however, many maintain non-diplomatic relations with the Republic of China. See Foreign relations of Taiwan.
  3. ^ a b The latest available estimate is from 2015