List of Arab League countries by GDP (nominal)

This article lists the countries of the Arab League sorted by their gross domestic product (GDP) at nominal values. GDP is the value of all final goods and services produced within a nation in a given year. The table below shows the nominal GDP and GDP per capita for the 22/23* Arab League members in 2021. The figures shown are estimates compiled by the International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook[1]

Pie chart showing show share of nominal (GDP) of Arab League member countries

ListEdit

Rank Country/Territory 2021 GDP (US$ million)[2] 2021 GDP per capita (US$) [2]
  World $98,397,925 $12,495.029[3]
  Arab League $2,897,226[2][n 1] $6,629.547[4]
01.   Saudi Arabia 833,541 23,507.276
02.   UAE 409,967 42,883.686
03.   Egypt 402,838 3,925.834
04.   Iraq 209,507 5,088.115
05.   Qatar 179,571 68,581.039
06.   Bahrain 38,869 26,135.777
07   Algeria 164,564 3,701.204
08.   Kuwait 135,352 28,578.756
09.   Oman 83,656 18,298.718
10.   Syria 60,043 (2010) 2,806.685 (2010)
11.   Jordan 45,354 4,416.632
12.   Morocco 131,465 3,620.319
13.   Tunisia 46,479 3,867.296
14.   Sudan 35,151 772.567
15.   Libya 32,352 4,821.508
16.   Lebanon 27,320 (2020) 4,002.740 (2020)
17.   Yemen 22,018 712.305.00
18.   Palestine 17,775 3,400.475[5].
19.   Mauritania 9,130 02,153
20.   Brunei 28.470 23,117.00[6].
21.   Comoros 1,295 01,405.723[7].
22.   Somalia 7,390 486.530.00.[8][9]
23.   Djibouti 3,589 3,580.00(2020)[10]

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See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The sum of all GDP figures below.

ReferencesEdit

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