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Chile GDP: 446 billion International Dollars (2020)

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Indicator 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
GDP PPP (Billions, 2017) 432 437 454 459 446
GDP per capita PPP (2017) 23,722 23,664 24,259 24,226 23,325
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (%) 1.7% 1.2% 3.9% 1.1% -2.9%
GDP Annual Growth Rate (10yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (50yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (100yr) -     % -     % -     % -     % -     %

Current GDP (US$ Billions) 250 277 298 279 253
Current GDP per Capita (US$) 13,754 14,999 15,888 14,742 13,232
Real GDP (US$ Billions, 2017) 269 272 282 285 269
Real GDP per Capita (US$, 2017) 14,777 14,741 15,077 15,040 14,050
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2017 International Dollars
Source: Current & Real GDP data, World Bank
GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations

2020 GDP for Americas
Country GDP PPP
(Billions, 2017)
GDP PPP
per Capita
(Int$, 2017)
GDP Annual
Growth Rate
Argentina 893.31 19,765 -9.8%
Bolivia 92.59 7,932 -7.8%
Brazil 2,989.43 14,064 -3.3%
Canada 1,742.79 46,176 -5.4%
Chile 445.88 23,325 -2.9%
Colombia 683.94 13,441 -7.8%
Costa Rica 100.25 19,679 1.1%
Dominican Republic 184.45 17,003 -6.8%
Ecuador 182.24 10,329 -7.8%
El Salvador 52.26 8,057 -7.7%
Guatemala 141.50 7,898 -1.3%
Honduras 50.89 5,138 -8.8%
Mexico 2,306.32 17,888 -8.4%
Nicaragua 34.98 5,280 -1.2%
Panama 109.52 25,382 -18.0%
Paraguay 87.98 12,335 -1.5%
Peru 371.29 11,261 -11.1%
Trinidad & Tobago 33.21 23,728 -9.1%
United States of America 19,846.72 59,959 -3.3%
Uruguay 75.06 21,608 0.6%
Average 1,521.20 48,045,662 -6.0%
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2017 International Dollars
Source: GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations



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