List of Brazilian federative units by gross domestic product

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Brazil produced, in 1999, a gross domestic product (GDP) of R$44,403,000 million or US$2,223,737 million in nominal terms, ranking 7th worldwide, and million in Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) terms, ranking 7th worldwide, according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In that year, the Brazilian economy grew 1.0% in real terms according to revised figures of the IBGE. The per capita accounts of the GDP were of R$22,813.47 or in nominal terms, and in PPP terms. The Brazilian population, in 2012, was of 193,300,291, ranking 5th worldwide and totaling 2.84% of the world's population.

Brazil is formed by the union of 27 federative units—26 states and the Federal District, which contains the capital city, Brasília. Of these, seven states; São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Rio Grande do Sul, Paraná, Bahia and Santa Catarina; with the Federal District, concentrate almost 80% of the national economy. São Paulo is the richest and most populous state of Brazil, ranking 16th and 27th worldwide, respectively; Rio de Janeiro is the second richest and the third most populous state, ranking 65th and 59th worldwide; and Minas Gerais is the third richest and the second most populous state, ranking 80th and 55th worldwide. Piauí has the lowest GDP per capita at the same time that the Federal District has the highest. Amapá, Acre and Roraima are the poorest states in the country with 0,59% of the national GDP.

Map of Brazil Percent Gross Domestic Product by Federative Unit

Listings[edit]

The listings are based on data from the 2014[1] Regional Accounts Report, published by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), in partnership with the State Bodies of Statistics, State Departments of Government and the Superintendency of the Manaus Free Zone (SUFRAMA). Information is compiled from statistics on the annual value of production, intermediate consumption and added value of each economic activity, as well as indicators of growth in the volume of annual production and the annual index of prices of goods and services produced and the main inputs consumed. The methodology and database of the Report is completely integrated to the series of National Accounts, which has as initial reference the year 2002, with results consistent with the National Classification of Economic Activities (CNAE).

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List of Brazilian federative units and major regions according to nominal terms of GDP and GDP per capita, in both national (Brazilian real) and foreign (United States dollar) currency under current prices, along with their share of the national GDP and their country-level equivalents
Federative unit population
in millions
# GDP
in BRL billion
GDP
in USD billion
Share Comparable
country
# GDP Per capita
in BRL
GDP Per capita
in USD
Comparable
country
North Region [†] 17.7 308.077 130.919 5.3%  Hungary 17.879 7,597  Saint Lucia
 Rondônia 1.7 23 34.031 14.461 0.6%  Zimbabwe 14 19.462 8,270  Gabon
 Acre 0.8 25 13.459 5.719 0.2%  Somalia 17 17.034 7,238  Bulgaria
 Amazonas 4 15 86.669 36.839 1.5%  Serbia 12 22.373 9,507  Suriname
 Roraima 0.5 27 9.744 4.140 0.2%  Swaziland 13 19.608 8,332  Maldives
 Pará 8.2 13 124.585 52.943 2.1%  Azerbaijan 21 15.430 6,557  Dominican Republic
 Amapá 0.8 26 13.400 5.694 0.2%  Bermuda 15 17.845 7,583  Saint Lucia
 Tocantins 1.5 24 26.189 11.129 0.5%  Albania 16 17.495 7,434  Saint Lucia
Northeast Region [†] 56.9 805.099 342.133 13.9%  Egypt 14.329 6,089  Colombia
 Maranhão 6.9 17 76.842 32.654 1.3%  Bolivia 27 11.216 4,766  Namibia
 Piauí 3.2 21 37.723 16.030 0.7%  Bosnia and Herzegovina 26 11.808 5,017  Fiji
 Ceará 8.9 12 126.054 53.567 2.2%  Uruguay 23 14.255 6,057  Colombia
 Rio Grande do Norte 3.4 18 54.023 22.957 0.9%  Trinidad and Tobago 20 15.849 6,735  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
 Paraíba 4 19 52.936 22.495 0.9%  Estonia 24 13.422 5,703  South Africa
 Pernambuco 9.4 10 155.143 65.929 2.7%  Uzbekistan 19 16.722 7,106  Bulgaria
 Alagoas 3.3 20 40.975 17.412 0.7%  Papua New Guinea 25 12.335 5,241  Jamaica
 Sergipe 2.2 22 37.472 15.924 0.6%  Bosnia and Herzegovina 18 16.882 7,174  Bulgaria
 Bahia 15.2 7 223.930 95.160 3.9%  Sudan 22 14.803 6,290  Botswana
Southeast Region [†] 86.3 3,174.691 1,410.454 55%  Canada 37.298 16,343  Slovakia
 Minas Gerais 21 3 516.634 219.548 8.9%  Finland 11 24.917 10,588  Kazakhstan
 Espírito Santo 4 11 128.784 54.727 2.2%  Belarus 5 33.148 14,086  Lithuania
 Rio de Janeiro 16.7 2 671.077 285.179 11.6%  Ireland 3 40.767 17,347  Czech Republic
 São Paulo 44.8 1 1,858.196 851.000 32.2%  Netherlands 2 42.197 17,956  Czech Republic
South Region [†] 29.4 948.454 403.053 16.4%  Thailand 32.687 13,891  Antigua and Barbuda
 Paraná 11.2 5 348.084 147.921 6%  Qatar 7 31.410 13,347  Chile
 Santa Catarina 6.9 6 242.553 103.075 4.2%  Puerto Rico 4 36.055 15,321  Barbados
 Rio Grande do Sul 11.2 4 357.816 152.057 6.2%  Qatar 6 31.927 13,567  Latvia
Central-West Region [†] 15.6 542.632 230.596 9.4%  Finland 35.653 15,151  Barbados
 Mato Grosso do Sul 2.6 16 78.950 33.550 1.4%  Bolivia 9 30.137 12,806  Poland
 Mato Grosso 3.3 14 101.235 43.020 1.8%  Tunisia 8 31.396 13,342  Argentina
 Goiás 6.7 9 165.015 70.124 2.9%  Oman 10 25.296 10,749  Kazakhstan
 Distrito Federal 3 8 197.432 83.900 3.4%  Sri Lanka 1 69.216 29,413  Italy
Total 206 5,778.953 2,455.816 100%  Brazil 28.500 12.111  Brazil

The original order of brazilian states in this list is in accordance with the respective state's number code defined by IBGE.

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  • Annual average exchange rates: GDP (in US$), according to UN Countries GDP list, the GDP 2014 of Brazil is R$5,778,953 million or US$2,455,816 million, It is estimated that average exchange rate was R$2.35317 per US$1 in 2014.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IBGE. "IBGE | sala de imprensa | notícias". Portal IBGE (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2017-03-04. 
  2. ^ "MÉDIA MENSAL DA COTAÇÃO DO DÓLAR COMERCIAL PARA VENDA". economia.acspservicos.com.br. Retrieved 2017-03-04.