List of cities by GDP

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This is a list of cities and/or their metropolitan areas in the world by GDP. The methodology may differ between the studies and are widely based on projections and sometimes approximate estimations, notably for non-OECD cities (refer to sources for more information.)

City Country Geographical
zone[1]
Official est.
Nominal
GDP ($BN)
Brookings Institution[2]
2014 est.
PPP-adjusted
GDP ($BN)
PwC[3]
2008 est.
PPP-adjusted
GDP ($BN)
McKinsey[4]
2010 est.
Nominal
GDP ($BN)
Other est.
Nominal
GDP ($BN)
Aberdeen United Kingdom Northern Europe 11.3 (2008)[5]
Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Africa 13
Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Western Asia 119 [6] 178.3 67.1
Addis Ababa Ethiopia Africa 12
Adelaide Australia Oceania 65.8 (2011-12)[7] 47.4
Ahmedabad India South Asia 49 12 64[8]
Albuquerque United States North America 35.19 (2012)[9] 39.9
Alexandria Egypt Africa 32.4 46
Algiers Algeria Africa 45
Amsterdam Netherlands Western Europe 320.6[Note 1] 47
Anápolis Brazil South America 6.740 (2011)[10]
Ankara Turkey Western Asia 104.9 58 64.9
Athens Greece Southern Europe 129.6 96
Atlanta United States North America 294.589 (2012)[9] 294.4 304 249.7 242.4[11]
Auckland New Zealand Oceania 49.5 55
Austin United States North America 103.2 (2013)[12] 107.4
Baghdad Iraq Western Asia 24
Santos Brazil South America 28.609 (2011)[10]
Baltimore United States North America 157.260 (2012)[9] 173.7 137 118.1[11]
Bandung Indonesia South-East Asia 21
Bangalore India South Asia 45.3 69 28.6 83[8]
Bangkok Thailand South-East Asia 306.8 119 105.0
Barcelona Spain Southern Europe 171.0 177
Baton Rouge United States North America 47.71 (2012)[9] 53.5
Beijing China East Asia 506.1 166 206.2
Belfast United Kingdom Northern Europe 10.9 (2008)[5]
Belo Horizonte Brazil South America 54.996 (2011)[10] 84.7 61 78.5
Berlin Germany Western Europe 157.7 95
Bilbao Spain Southern Europe 38.5
Birmingham United Kingdom Northern Europe 121.1 90
Birmingham United States North America 54.2
Bogotá Colombia South America 159.9 100 221.1 (2015)
Boston United States North America 336.232 (2012)[9] 360.1 363 261.1[11]
Brasilia Brazil South America 164.482 (2011)[10] 141.9 110 101.6
Brisbane Australia Oceania 132.2 (2011-12)[13] 96.6
Bristol United Kingdom Northern Europe 47.7
Brussels Belgium Western Europe 254.3 83
Bucharest Romania Eastern Europe 72.4
Budapest Hungary Central Europe 98.0 53
Buenos Aires Argentina South America 315.9 362 191.7
Busan Korea East Asia 296.5 121
Cairo Egypt Africa 102.2 145
Calgary Canada North America 97.9
Cambridge United Kingdom Northern Europe 18.6[14]
Campinas Brazil South America 40.525 (2011)[10] 59.3
Campo Grande Brazil South America 9.211 (2011)[10]
Campos dos Goytacazes Brazil South America 16.174 (2011)[10]
Cape Town South Africa Africa 58.9 103
Caracas Venezuela South America 51.8 41
Casablanca Morocco Africa 37.9 33
Changchun China East Asia 124.5 26
Changsha China East Asia 186.4 40.3
Changzhou China East Asia 110.9 34.3
Charlotte United States North America 137.189 (2012)[9] 126.2
Chattanooga United States North America
Chengdu China East Asia 233.5 33 57.8
Chennai India South Asia 58.6 66 17 66[8]
Chicago United States North America 571.008 (2012)[9] 563.2 574 496.4 461.4[11]
Chittagong Bangladesh South Asia 24
Chongqing China East Asia 232.22 315.6 57 88.6
Cincinnati United States North America 108.236 (2012)[9] 110.9
Cleveland United States North America 111.597 (2012)[9] 115.1 112 99.3[11]
Colombo Sri Lanka South Asia
Columbus United States North America 100.512 (2012)[9] 108.9
Copenhagen Denmark Northern Europe 127.0[Note 2] 49
Coventry United Kingdom Northern Europe 7.4 (2008)[5]
Curitiba Brazil South America 58.082 (2011)[10] 57.7 44
Daegu Korea East Asia 54.5 43
Daejeon Korea East Asia 39.6
Dalian China East Asia 198.8 53.8
Dallas United States North America 420.340 (2012)[9] 412.7 338 324.9 315.5[11]
Dar es Salaam Tanzania Africa 8
New Delhi India South Asia 293.6 167 47.6 167[8]
Denver United States North America 167.886 (2012)[9] 169.7 165 131.6[11]
Detroit United States North America 208.379 (2012)[9] 207.5 253 198.6[11]
Dhaka Bangladesh South Asia 78 29
Doha Qatar Western Asia 98.8
Dongguan China East Asia 141.1 62.7
Dubai United Arab Emirates Western Asia 82.9
Dublin Ireland Northern Europe 90.1 61
Durban South Africa Africa 48.9
East Rand South Africa Africa 55.3 54
Edinburgh United Kingdom Northern Europe 20.5 (2008)[5] 32.5
Edmonton Canada North America 83.0
Faisalabad Pakistan South Asia 23
Fortaleza Brazil South America 42.010 (2011)[10] 35.2 25
Foshan China East Asia 184.5 83.5
Frankfurt Germany Western Europe 230.0
Fukuoka Japan East Asia 193.3[Note 3] 88
Fuzhou China East Asia 117.4 23.4
Glasgow United Kingdom Northern Europe 21.3[5] 56.7
Goiania Brazil South America 22.763 (2011)[10]
Guadalajara Mexico North America 80.7 81
Guangzhou China East Asia 380.3 143 146.1
Gujranwala Pakistan South Asia 12
Gwangju Korea East Asia 36.7
Hamburg Germany Western Europe 161.4 74
Hangzhou China East Asia 219.5 70.5
Hanoi Vietnam East Asia 42
Harbin China East Asia 127.9 38.8
Hefei China East Asia 120.9 31.2
Helsinki Finland Northern Europe 77.1 58
Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam South-East Asia 71.1 58
Hong Kong Hong Kong East Asia/South-East Asia 293 (2013)[15] 416.0 320 224.5 258.0[16]
Houston United States North America 449.439 (2012)[9] 483.2 297 341.1 316.3[11]
Huntsville United States North America 21.56 (2012)[9]
Hyderabad India South Asia 40.2 58 16 74[8]
Indore India South Asia 14[8]
Islamabad Pakistan South Asia 17
Istanbul Turkey Southern Europe 348.7 182 188.2
Izmir Turkey Western Asia 80.1 42
Jackson United States North America
Jacksonville United States North America 63.8
Jaipur India South Asia 24 6 24[8]
Jakarta Indonesia South-East Asia 321.3 92 70.7
Jeddah Saudi Arabia Western Asia 160.6 72 75.9
Jinan China East Asia 136.8 43.2
Johannesburg South Africa Africa 82.9 110
Jundiaí Brazil South America 20.081 (2011)[10]
Kabul Afghanistan South Asia 14
Kano Nigeria Africa 9
Kanpur India South Asia 26 4
Kansas City United States North America 113.090 (2012)[9] 105.9 91.2[11]
Karachi Pakistan South Asia 108 43
Karlsruhe Germany Western Europe 137.1
Katowice Poland Central Europe 122.3
Khartoum Sudan Africa 35
Kingston-upon-Hull United Kingdom Northern Europe 5.5 (2008)[5]
Kinshasa DR Congo Africa 17
Knoxville United States North America 38.3
Kolkata India South Asia 60.4 104 28 150[8]
Kraków Poland Central Europe 33.1 13
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia South-East Asia 171.8
Kuwait City Kuwait Western Asia 166.5 117.5
Lagos Nigeria Africa 74.67 (2010)[17] 35
Lahore Pakistan South Asia 60 20
Las Vegas United States North America 95.602 (2012)[9] 93.9
Leeds United Kingdom Northern Europe 74.6[Note 4] 60
Leicester United Kingdom Northern Europe 28.7[18]
Lille France Western Europe 98.5 33
Lima Peru South America 83.5 79 77.3
Lisbon Portugal Southern Europe 96.3 98
Liverpool United Kingdom Northern Europe 10.9 (2008)[5] 65.8
London United Kingdom Northern Europe 835.7 565 751.8
Los Angeles United States North America 765.759 (2012)[9] 860.5 792 731.8 632.4[11]
Luanda Angola Africa 33 38.6
Lucknow India South Asia 22 22[8]
Luton United Kingdom Northern Europe 7.2[19]
Lyon France Western Europe 97.0 69 197 [20]
Macau Macau East Asia 53.9
Madrid Spain Southern Europe 262.3 230
Málaga Spain Southern Europe
Manaus Brazil South America 51.025 (2011)[10]
Manchester United Kingdom Northern Europe 92.3 85
Manila Philippines South-East Asia 182.8 149
Marseille France Western Europe 60.3
Medellín Colombia South America 43.5 50
Melbourne Australia Oceania 253.1 (2011-12)[21] 178.4 172 221.4
Memphis United States North America 65.0
Mexico City Mexico North America 403.6 390 255.1
Miami United States North America 274.105 (2012)[9] 262.7 292 235.9 231.8[11]
Milan Italy Southern Europe 312.1 136
Milwaukee United States North America 88.708 (2012)[9] 86.5
Minneapolis-St. Paul United States North America 220.167 (2012)[9] 211.4 194 171.6[11]
Monterrey Mexico North America 122.9 102
Montevideo Uruguay South America 38.9[22][Note 5]
Montreal Canada North America 155.9 148
Moscow Russia Eastern Europe 553.3 321 325.8
Multan Pakistan South Asia 15
Mumbai India South Asia 150.9 209 55.9 209[8]
Munich Germany Western Europe 219.9 64
Nagoya Japan East Asia 363.8
Nagpur India South Asia 15.1[8]
Nairobi Kenya Africa 12
Nanjing China East Asia 202.7 68.5
Naples Italy Southern Europe 43 (2005)[23] 85.5 51
Nashville United States North America 95.0
New Bern United States North America 4.2 (2012)[9]
New Haven United States North America 34.381 (2012)[9] 53.3
New Orleans United States North America 84.835 (2012)[9] 74.2
New York City United States North America 1,358.416 (2012)[9] 1,403 1,406 1,180.3 1,056.4[11]
Newcastle United Kingdom Northern Europe 44.6
Nice France Western Europe 46.0
Ningbo China East Asia 179.0 45.0
Orlando United States North America 106.123 (2012)[9] 116.2
Osaka/Kobe Japan East Asia 671.3 417
Oslo Norway Northern Europe 74.4 40
Oxnard United States North America 33.62 (2012)[9] 46.3
Paris France Western Europe 731 (2009)[24] 715.1 564 764.2
Patna India South Asia 10.5[8]
Perth Australia Oceania 118.6 (2011-12)[25] 134.0
Philadelphia United States North America 364.009 (2012)[9] 346.5 388 314.5 295.2[11]
Phoenix United States North America 201.653 (2012)[9] 207.1 200 181.6 160[11]
Pittsburgh United States North America 123.577 (2012)[9] 138.4 99 102.1[11]
Portland United States North America 146.975 (2012)[9] 158.5 110 95.6[11]
Porto Portugal Southern Europe 43.0
Porto Alegre Brazil South America 45.506 (2011)[10] 62.1 66
Portsmouth United Kingdom Northern Europe 5.5 (2008)[5] 51.6[Note 6]
Prague Czech Republic Central Europe 89.2 49
Pretoria South Africa Africa 49.9
Puebla Mexico North America 38.1 42
Pune India South Asia 48 19 48[8]
Pyongyang North Korea East Asia 11
Qingdao China East Asia 208.7 48.1
Raleigh United States North America 64.4
Rangoon Myanmar South-East Asia 24
Rawalpindi Pakistan South Asia 19
Recife Brazil South America 36.448 (2011)[10] 40.5 35
Rhine-Ruhr Germany Western Europe 485.2 39[Note 7] 484.6
Rio de Janeiro Brazil South America 209.366 (2011)[10] 176.6 201 180.9
Riyadh Saudi Arabia Western Asia 163.5 107 122.7
Rome Italy Southern Europe 163.2 144
Rotterdam Netherlands Western Europe 320.6[Note 8] 46
Sacramento United States North America 97.558 (2012)[9] 127.4
St. Louis United States North America 136.677 (2012)[9] 140.6 126 116.2[11]
Saint Petersburg Russia Eastern Europe 119.6 91
Salvador Brazil South America 38.819 (2011)[10] 38.5 10
San Antonio United States North America 96.8 (2011)[26] 102.8 146.3[11]
San Diego United States North America 177.410 (2012)[9] 202.5 191 172.9 146.3[11]
San Francisco United States North America 360.395 (2012)[9] 331.0 301 283.3 268.3[11]
San Jose United States North America 173.908 (2012)[9] 160.3
Santiago Chile South America 171.4 120 93.0
São José dos Campos Brazil South America 30.148 (2011)[10]
São José dos Pinhais Brazil South America 14.726 (2011)[10]
São Paulo Brazil South America 477.005 (2011)[10] 430.5 388 437.3
Seattle United States North America 258.819 (2012)[9] 267.5 235 211.0 182.2[11]
Seoul Korea East Asia 637.6 (2013)[27] 845.9[Note 9] 291 233.3
Seville Spain Southern Europe 35.8
Shanghai China East Asia 594.0 233 250.7 200.0[28]
Sheffield United Kingdom Northern Europe 12.2 (2008)[5] 39.8
Shenyang China East Asia 189.3 44 64.3
Shenzhen China East Asia 271.84 363.2 141.5
Singapore Singapore South-East Asia 263.6 (2011)[29][30] 365.9 215 222.7 267.9[31]
Sofia Bulgaria Eastern Europe 43.8
Sorocaba Brazil South America 21.313 (2011)[10]
Southampton United Kingdom Northern Europe 6.8 (2008)[32] 51.6[Note 10]
Stockholm Sweden Northern Europe 143.0 70 208[33]
Stuttgart Germany Western Europe 157.8
Surat India South Asia 36 14 40[8]
Suzhou China East Asia 339.0 52.7
Sydney Australia Oceania 319.5 (2011-12)[34] 223.4 213 268.9
Taichung Taiwan East Asia 114.7
Taipei Taiwan East Asia 327.3 160.3 172.5[35]
Tampa United States North America 119.926 (2012)[9] 130.3 123 101[11]
Tangshan China East Asia 162.3 33.6
Tehran Iran South Asia 127
Tel Aviv Israel Western Asia 153.3 122 114.8
Tianjin China East Asia 234.91 372.0 74 128.8
Tokyo Japan East Asia 1,900 (2007)[36] 1,617 1,479 1,874.7 1,997.5[37]
Toronto Canada North America 323[38] 276.3 253 270.0
Tulsa United States North America 47.891 (2012)[9] 48.6 46.4[39]
Turin Italy Southern Europe 78.8 68
Uberlandia Brazil South America 14.728 (2011)[10]
Valencia Spain Southern Europe 52.7
Vancouver Canada North America 109.8 95
Vienna Austria Central Europe 183.7[Note 11] 122
Virginia Beach United States North America 84.836 (2012)[9] 92.1
Visakhapatnam India South Asia 6 26[8]
Vitória Brazil South America 28.357 (2011)[10] 35.6
Warsaw Poland Central Europe 141.1 68
Washington United States North America 448.741 (2012)[9] 442.2 375 392.2
Wuhan China East Asia 231.6 52 82.2
Wuxi China East Asia 211.5 47.0
Xiamen China East Asia 76.1 30.4
Xian China East Asia 124.2 31 40.6
Xuzhou China East Asia 113.2 22.4
Zurich Switzerland Western Europe 109.1 52
Notes
  1. ^ This includes Rotterdam
  2. ^ This includes Malmö
  3. ^ This includes Kitakyushu
  4. ^ This includes Bradford
  5. ^ Projection for 2014 based on $33 billion in 2010 and $61 for 2025. ((($61/$33)^(1/15))^4)*$33= $38,874.503 million.
  6. ^ This includes Southampton
  7. ^ This includes only Cologne and Bonn in the PwC study
  8. ^ This includes Amsterdam
  9. ^ This includes Incheon
  10. ^ This includes Portsmouth
  11. ^ This includes Bratislava

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ 2011-12 est. / SGSEP AUD 65,711 million according to the SGS Economics and Planning table, i.e. US$65.8 billion at current exchange rates, using the 15 June 2012 AUD/USD exchange rate used by the IMF
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  25. ^ 2011-12 est. / SGSEP AUD 118,464 million according to the SGS Economics and Planning table, i.e. US$118.6 billion at current exchange rates, using the 15 June 2012 AUD/USD exchange rate used by the IMF
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  35. ^ 2009 est. Taipei city has second-highest per capita GDP in Asia
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