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Gabon Population: 2,278,829

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PEOPLE LIVING IN GABON (2021)


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Indicator 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Population (Millions) 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2 2.3
Current GDP (US$ Billions) 14.0 14.9 16.9 16.9
Current GDP per Capita (US$ Billions) 6,984 7,230 7,957 7,767
Real GDP (US$ Billions, 2017) 18.9 19.0 19.2 19.9
Real GDP per Capita (US$), 2017) 9,429 9,212 9,051 9,178

2021 Population Data for Africa
Country Population
(Millions, 2021)
Algeria 44.6
Angola 33.9
Benin 12.5
Botswana 2.4
Burkina Faso 21.5
Burundi 12.3
Cameroon 27.2
Cape Verde 0.6
Central Africa Republic 4.9
Chad 16.9
Comoro Islands 0.9
Congo, Dem. Rep. 5.7
Congo, Rep 92.4
Cote d'Ivoire 27.1
Egypt 104.3
Eswatini 1.2
Ethiopia 117.9
Gabon 2.3
Gambia, The 2.5
Ghana 31.7
Guinea 13.5
Guinea Bissau 2.0
Kenya 55.0
Lesotho 2.2
Madagascar 28.4
Malawi 19.6
Mali 20.9
Mauritania 4.8
Mauritius 1.3
Morocco 37.3
Mozambique 32.2
Namibia 2.6
Niger 25.1
Nigeria 211.4
Rwanda 13.3
Senegal 17.2
Sierra Leone 8.1
South Africa 60.0
Sudan 44.9
Tanzania 61.5
Togo 8.5
Tunisia 11.9
Uganda 47.1
Zambia 18.9
Source: United Nations & World Economics



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