Gross domestic product ranking table.
World, East Asia & Pacific, Europe & Central Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, Middle East & North Africa, South Asia, Sub Saharan Africa, High income, Low or Middle income, IBRD, IDA
Year to year changes in the nominal level of output or income of an economy are affected by a combination of forces: real growth, price inflation, and exchange rates. Changes in any of the three can affect an economy's relative size and, therefore, its ranking in comparison to other economies. Of the rankings presented here, nominal GDP, perhaps the most familiar measure of aggregate economic activity, is most subject to price and exchange rate effects. Rankings are based on available data only.
Economy & Growth
April, July, September, December
World Development Indicators, The World Bank
2012 - 2012