List of Asian and Pacific countries by GDP (PPP)

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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 the CIA World Factbook 2010 figures.[1] Turkey and Cyprus are excluded due to their cultural and economic proximity to Europe. The nations of the former USSR also are excluded from this table of Asia.

Southeast Asia[edit]

Rank
Regional
Rank
World
Country 2017 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD IMF est.
1 7  Indonesia $3,257.123
2 20  Thailand $1,226.407
3 26  Malaysia $922.057
4 29  Philippines $878.980
5 34  Vietnam $648.243
6 39  Singapore $514.837
7 54  Myanmar $283.532
8 103  Cambodia $54.205
9 110  Laos $37.322
10 118  Brunei $33.219
Total $7,855.925

South Asia[edit]

Rank
Subcontinent
Rank
Asia
Rank
World
Country 2016 GDP (PPP) in USD CIA factbook est.
1 2 3  India $9.2 trillion
2 11 26  Pakistan $930.8 billion
3 14 33  Bangladesh $620 billion
4 22 61  Sri Lanka $223.02 billion
5 31 95    Nepal $95 billion
6 32 100  Afghanistan $62.7 billion
7 41 158  Bhutan $6.38 billion
8 42 161  Maldives $5.19 billion
Total $9,913.4

Middle East[edit]

Rank
MidEast
Rank
Asia
Rank
World
Country 2011 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
2 6 17  Iran $974.406
3 18 48  United Arab Emirates $561.189
4 19 50  Israel $535.446
5 21 55  Qatar $441.912
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 $6.445.604

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
Total $1,072.82

Asia and Pacific cumulative[edit]

Rank
Asia
Country 2017 GDP (PPP)
billions of USD
1  China $23,194,411
2  India $9,489,302
3  Japan $5,420,228
4  Indonesia $3,257,123
5  Turkey $2,082,079
6  South Korea $2,029,706
7  Saudi Arabia $1,796,205
8  Iran $1,535,491
9  Australia $1,251,416
10  Thailand $1,226,407
11  Taiwan $1,177,052
12  Pakistan $1,060,569
13  Malaysia $922,057
14  Philippines $878,980
15  United Arab Emirates $693,765
16  Bangladesh $686,598
17  Vietnam $648,243
18  Iraq $641,005
19  Singapore $514,837
20  Kazakhstan $472,563
21  Hong Kong $449,589
22  Qatar $347,887
23  Myanmar $334,856
24  Israel $316,120
25  Kuwait $309,640
26  Sri Lanka $278,415
27  Uzbekistan $222,792
28  Oman $189,582
29  New Zealand $186,476
30  Azerbaijan $167,431
31  Turkmenistan $103,987
32  Jordan $89,555
33  Lebanon $88,786
34    Nepal $77,147
35  Yemen $74,250
36  Bahrain $69,922
37  Afghanistan $67,462
38  Cambodia $64,405
39  Laos $44,639
40  Georgia $39,318
41  Mongolia $37,731
42  Brunei $33,376
43  Papua New Guinea $29,481
44  Tajikistan $27,802
45  Armenia $27,116
46  Kyrgyzstan $22,737
47  Fiji $8,798
48  Bhutan $7,045
49  Maldives $5,853
50  Solomon Islands $1,247
51  Samoa $1,129
52  Vanuatu $772
53  Tonga $597
54  Micronesia $345
55  Palau $297
56  Kiribati $222
57  Tuvalu $41

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