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Argentina GDP: 627 billion International Dollars (2019)

Gross Domestic Product (PPP in 2011 prices)


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(period: 1870-2019)




Indicator 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
GDP PPP (Billions, 2011) 654 640 657 641 627
GDP per capita PPP (2011) 15,531 15,050 15,293 14,758 14,298
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (%) 2.7% -2.1% 2.7% -2.5% -2.2%
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (10yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (50yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (100yr) -     % -     % -     % -     % -     %

Current GDP (LCU Billions) 5,955 8,189 10,556 10,545 10,496
Current GDP per Capita (LCU Billions) 141,453 192,503 245,599 242,871 239,405
Current GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) 30.0% 37.5% 28.9% -0.1% -0.5%
Real GDP (LCU Billions, 2004) 721 708 729 710 695
Real GDP per Capita (LCU Billions, 2004) 17,139 16,652 16,951 16,364 15,854
Real GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) -1.8% 2.9% -2.5% -2.2% -
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: Current & Real GDP data, World Bank
GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations





2019 GDP for The Americas
Country GDP PPP
(Billions, 2011)
GDP PPP
per Capita
(Thousands, 2011)
GDP Annual
Growth Rate
Argentina 626.89 13,873 -2.2%
Bolivia 81.54 7,159 2.8%
Brazil 2,865.22 13,326 1.1%
Canada 1,646.52 44,061 1.6%
Chile 442.92 23,684 1.1%
Colombia 679.01 13,579 3.3%
Costa Rica 77.58 15,478 2.1%
Dominican Republic 162.34 14,723 5.1%
Ecuador 176.86 10,324 0.1%
El Salvador 54.18 8,735 2.4%
Guatemala 133.71 7,559 3.6%
Haiti 20.72 1,837 -1.2%
Honduras 44.48 5,209 2.7%
Mexico 2,274.60 17,016 -0.1%
Nicaragua 28.88 4,542 -3.9%
Panama 93.85 22,446 3.0%
Paraguay 66.26 9,477 0.2%
Peru 414.54 12,555 2.2%
Trinidad & Tobago %
Trinidada & Tobago 39.82 0.0%
United States 18,418.13 55,611 2.3%
Uruguay 70.51 20,260 0.2%
Venezuela 179.60 5,476 -35.0%
Total 28,601.00 326,930 -8.6%
Average 1,243.52 14,214 -0.4%
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations



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