Search:

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)



Costa Rica GDP: 76 billion International Dollars (2018)

Gross Domestic Product (PPP in 2011 prices)


EXPORT ALL PPP DATA
(period: 1870-2018)





Indicator 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
GDP PPP (Billions, 2011) 66 69 72 74 76
GDP per capita PPP (2011) 14,237 14,590 15,046 15,395 15,647
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (%) 5.2% 2.3% 3.0% 3.6% 4.2%
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (10yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (50yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (100yr) -     % -     % -     % -     % -     %

Current GDP (LCU Billions) 27,227 29,281 31,136 32,800 -     
Current GDP per Capita (LCU Billions) 5,850,025 6,221,564 6,544,512 6,822,106 -     
Current GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) 9.5% 7.5% 6.3% 5.3% -
Real GDP (LCU Billions, 2012) 24,742 25,640 26,729 27,606 -     
Real GDP per Capita (LCU Billions, 2012) 5,316,104 5,447,968 5,618,201 5,741,866 -     
Real GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) 3.6% 4.2% 3.3% 0% -
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: Current & Real GDP data, World Bank
GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations
2018 GDP for The Americas
Country GDP PPP
(Billions, 2011)
GDP PPP
per Capita
(Thousands, 2011)
GDP Annual
Growth Rate
Argentina 640.75 14,468 -2.5%
Bolivia 79.32 7,178 4.3%
Brazil 2,833.12 13,404 1.1%
Canada 1,620.02 44,212 1.8%
Chile 437.99 23,910 4.0%
Colombia 657.18 13,385 2.7%
Costa Rica 75.99 15,484 2.7%
Dominican Republic 154.51 14,343 7.0%
Ecuador 176.77 10,632 1.1%
El Salvador 52.91 8,584 2.5%
Guatemala 129.10 7,595 3.1%
Haiti 20.97 1,908 1.5%
Honduras 43.33 5,219 3.7%
Mexico 2,277.93 17,486 2.0%
Nicaragua 30.05 4,832 -4.0%
Panama 91.11 22,484 3.9%
Paraguay 66.13 9,707 3.7%
Peru 405.76 12,609 4.0%
Trinidada & Tobago 39.82 0.3%
United States 17,998.05 55,136 2.9%
Uruguay 70.35 20,357 2.1%
Venezuela 276.30 8,652 -18.0%
Total 28,177.00 331,585 29.9%
Average 1,280.77 15,072 1.4%
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations


Related Papers:
Measuring GDP in Africa
Missing data, out of date base years, disputed population data and the size of the unrecorded informal economy means that international rankings of countries in terms of GDP and GDP per capita are meaningless.


Measuring GDP in Asia
The quality of economic data across Asia-Pacific region varies considerably across countries, mainly as a result of lack of statistical capacity.


Measuring GDP in Europe
The use of different national income standards across Europe has an impact on cross-country comparability and in some cases leads to an underestimation of GDP. It is estimated that the application of the latest standard would add US$824 billion.


Measuring GDP in The Americas
Most American countries use a national income accounting standard that fails to record the informal economy. The most unreliable economic data is produced in Argentina which has manipulated inflation and GDP statistics since 2007.
{"2004":4339288.59, "2005":4594715.44, "2006":4998114.77, "2007":5394732.29, "2008":5542096.11, "2009":5485803.72, "2010":5742532.72, "2011":5981649.45, "2012":6290781.09, "2013":6433518.91, "2014":6626251.05, "2015":6866916.49, "2016":7158485.76, "2017":7401659.52, "2018":7599283.83}
[{"1920":1.10, "1921":1.07, "1922":1.17, "1923":1.08, "1924":1.24, "1925":1.23, "1926":1.36, "1927":1.24, "1928":1.30, "1929":1.25, "1930":1.31, "1931":1.29, "1932":1.19, "1933":1.41, "1934":1.25, "1935":1.35, "1936":1.44, "1937":1.68, "1938":1.78, "1939":1.83, "1940":1.76, "1941":1.97, "1942":1.76, "1943":1.76, "1944":1.59, "1945":1.82, "1946":2.01, "1947":2.39, "1948":2.52, "1949":2.63, "1950":2.74, "1951":2.81, "1952":3.15, "1953":3.63, "1954":3.66, "1955":4.08, "1956":3.96, "1957":4.30, "1958":4.83, "1959":5.01, "1960":5.70, "1961":5.65, "1962":6.06, "1963":6.45, "1964":6.75, "1965":7.49, "1966":7.93, "1967":8.38, "1968":9.09, "1969":9.59, "1970":10.31, "1971":11.01, "1972":11.91, "1973":12.83, "1974":13.54, "1975":13.83, "1976":14.59, "1977":15.89, "1978":16.89, "1979":17.72, "1980":17.85, "1981":17.45, "1982":16.18, "1983":16.64, "1984":17.98, "1985":18.11, "1986":19.11, "1987":20.02, "1988":20.71, "1989":21.88, "1990":22.66, "1991":23.17, "1992":25.29, "1993":27.16, "1994":28.45, "1995":29.56, "1996":29.83, "1997":31.49, "1998":34.14, "1999":36.94, "2000":37.61, "2001":38.01, "2002":39.11, "2003":41.62, "2004":43.39, "2005":45.95, "2006":49.98, "2007":53.95, "2008":55.42, "2009":54.86, "2010":57.43, "2011":59.82, "2012":62.91, "2013":64.34, "2014":66.26, "2015":68.67, "2016":71.58, "2017":74.02, "2018":75.99}]
{"1970":7.5, "1971":6.8, "1972":8.2, "1973":7.7, "1974":5.6, "1975":2.1, "1976":5.5, "1977":8.9, "1978":6.3, "1979":4.9, "1980":0.8, "1981":-2.3, "1982":-7.3, "1983":2.9, "1984":8.0, "1985":0.7, "1986":5.5, "1987":4.8, "1988":3.4, "1989":5.7, "1990":3.6, "1991":2.3, "1992":9.2, "1993":7.4, "1994":4.7, "1995":3.9, "1996":0.9, "1997":5.6, "1998":8.4, "1999":8.2, "2000":1.8, "2001":1.1, "2002":2.9, "2003":6.4, "2004":4.3, "2005":5.9, "2006":8.8, "2007":7.9, "2008":2.7, "2009":-1.0, "2010":4.7, "2011":4.2, "2012":5.2, "2013":2.3, "2014":3.0, "2015":3.6, "2016":4.2, "2017":3.4, "2018":2.7}
84
Costa Rica
Costa Rica
Costa Rica