Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Country

According to Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is an aggregate measure of production equal to the sum of the gross values added of all resident institutional units engaged in production (plus any taxes, and minus any subsidies, on products not included in the value of their outputs).

Real GDP takes into account inflation. Therefore real GDP measures the actual increase in goods and services excluding the impact of rising prices.


Direct Access To Database

Data about country GDP provided by World Bank. All data in reports below are available for downloading.

When you drill down to our reporting system please use “View Mode” field to select preferable format (.xls, .pdf and some other formats are available).

New Report 2

Click the “New Report” icon to run a report with GDP, GDP growth rate and GDP per capita by country. Select a year from interval 1961 – 2013 and get the table with GDP data for all countries.

 

New Report 2

Click the “New Report” icon to run a report with GDP, GDP growth rate and GDP per capita by year. Select a country and get the table with GDP data for period 1961 – 2013.

 


Graph Builder

New Graph 2

Click the “New Graph” icon to run a Graph builder with GDP graphs. Select country and get GDP graph for 1961 – 2013.

Chart Example: United States GDP 1961 – 2013

GDP of US

 


New Graph 2

Click the “New Graph” icon to run a Graph builder with GDP compare graph. Select few countries and get GDP graph for 1961 – 2013.

Chart Example: Compare GDP Dynamics for Germany, France and Spain

Compare GDP of Germany, France and Spain

 

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