List of Latin American and Caribbean countries by GDP (PPP)

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This is a list of Latin American and Caribbean economies sorted by their estimated gross domestic product (GDP) at purchasing power parity (PPP) in 2015 in International dollars.

Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Argentina account for over two-thirds of the region's total output, while the Caribbean countries represent a little over 1%.

Latin America and the Caribbean, taken as a whole, would rank as the world's fourth largest economy, after the European Union, the United States and China, and above India and Japan.

Trinidad and Tobago has the highest GDP per capita amongst the region, whereas Haiti is ranked at the bottom of the region.

Country GDP (PPP) (millions) GDP per capita (PPP) [1]
 Brazil 3,259,000 15,941.00
 Mexico 2,224,000 18,370.00
 Argentina 953,029 22,459.00
 Colombia 682,977 14,164.43
 Peru 550,226 17,787.39
 Chile 431,802 24,170.03
 Venezuela 403,322 12,638.84
 Cuba 211,946 18,796.2
 Ecuador 192,728 11,839.19
 Dominican Republic 144,052 13,347.97
 Guatemala 125,318 7,704.20
 Panama 83,421 21,634.56
 Costa Rica 75,138 15,534.03
 Bolivia 74,836 6,530.17
 Uruguay 73,056 21,387.31
 Paraguay 61,587 8,776.30
 El Salvador 52,776 8,777.6
 Trinidad and Tobago 43,914 32,346.41
 Honduras 40,895 4,849.30
 Nicaragua 31,618 5,018.76
 Jamaica 25,162 8,941.65
 Haiti 19,576 1,846.12
 Suriname 9,766 17,502.96
 The Bahamas 9,394 31,793.62
 Guyana 5,814 7,279.77
 Barbados 4,621 16,500.31
 Belize 3,034 8,338.99
 Antigua and Barbuda 2,060 23,071.33
 Saint Lucia 1,955 11,432.50
 Grenada 1,286 12,091.83
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 1,282 21,073.34
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1,252 11,380.20
 Dominica 780 11,029.40
Latin America and the Caribbean 9,517,000 15,617.79

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