List of South American countries by GDP (PPP) per capita

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This is a list of South American nations by gross domestic product per capita based on purchasing power parity.

South American countries by GDP PPP per capita according to the International Monetary Fund for 2018
  >$60,000
  $40,000 - $50,000
  $30,000 - $40,000
  $20,000 - $30,000
  $10,000 - $20,000
  $5,000 - $10,000
  $2,000 - $5,000
  <$2,000

IMF list[edit]

List according to the International Monetary Fund in current international dollars for 2018.[1]

Rank Country/Territory GDP (PPP) per capita (Int$) Year
1  Trinidad and Tobago 32,254 2018 est.
2  Chile 25,978 2018 est.
3  Uruguay 23,274 2018 est.
4  Argentina 20,537 2018 est.
5  Brazil 16,154 2018 est.
6  Suriname 15,105 2018 est.
7  Colombia 14,943 2018 est.
8  Peru 14,224 2018 est.
9  Paraguay 13,395 2018 est.
10  Ecuador 11,718 2018 est.
11  Guyana 8,519 2018 est.
12  Bolivia 7,477 2018 est.
 Venezuela n/a 2018 est.

CIA list[edit]

All figures are in current international dollars according to The World Factbook by the Central Intelligence Agency, rounded to the nearest hundred.[2]

South American Rank World Rank Nation GDP (PPP) per capita (Int$) Year
1 59 Chile Chile 24,600 2017 est.
2 63 Uruguay Uruguay 22,400 2017 est.
3 66 Argentina Argentina 20,700 2017 est.
4 84 Brazil Brazil 15,500 2017 est.
5 89 Colombia Colombia 14,500 2017 est.
6 90 Suriname Suriname 13,900 2017 est.
7 93 Peru Peru 13,300 2017 est.
8 100 Venezuela Venezuela 12,400 2017 est.
9 109 Ecuador Ecuador 11,200 2017 est.
10 113 Paraguay Paraguay 9,800 2017 est.
11 121 Guyana Guyana 8,300 2017 est.
12 125 Bolivia Bolivia 7,500 2017 est.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Economic Outlook Database, April 2019". IMF.org. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 30 August 2019.
  2. ^ "COUNTRY COMPARISON :: GDP - PER CAPITA (PPP)". Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 10 April 2018.