List of Latin American and Caribbean countries by GDP (PPP)

This is a list of Latin American and the Caribbean countries by gross domestic product at purchasing power parity in international dollars according to the International Monetary Fund's estimates in the April 2022 World Economic Outlook database.

Latin American and the Caribbean countries by GDP per capita PPP (2019).

The Latin American countries Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, and Chile are the region's largest economies by gross domestic product (GDP) at purchasing power parity (PPP).

Cuba is not included in the list due to lack of economic data. Falkland islands is a territory of Great Britain. The Netherlands currently holds Aruba as a territory. Puerto Rico is a United States territory with special status and the World Economic Outlook maintains statistical data for these reasons the countries economic GDP is on a separate and independent basis.

Latin American and the Caribbean nations by estimated GDP (PPP)[1]
Rank Nation GDP (PPP) in thousands
(Intl$)
GDP (PPP) per capita
(Intl$)
1 Brazil 3,680,942 17,207
2 Mexico 2,890,685 22,215
3 Argentina 1,195,581 25,822
4 Colombia 940,589 18,225
5 Chile 568,319 28,526
6 Peru 513,715 15,035
7 Dominican Republic 254,992 23,982
8 Ecuador 228,025 12,663
9 Guatemala 185,473 9,911
10 Venezuela 160,132 5,949
11 Panama 158,608 36,084
12 Puerto Rico[2][3] 132,001 42,759
13 Costa Rica 128,134 24,489
14 Bolivia 117,877 9,855
15 Paraguay 107,554 14,429
16 Uruguay 94,783 26,662
17 Honduras 69,388 6,740
18 El Salvador 69,314 10,580
19 Nicaragua 46,757 7,071
20 Trinidad and Tobago 42,259 29,884
21 Haiti 38,476 3,188
22 Jamaica 32,378 11,802
23 Guyana 30,287 38,258
24 Bahamas 15,854 40,274
25 Suriname 10,676 17,300
26 Barbados 5,037 17,407
27 Belize 3,148 7,147
28 Saint Lucia 3,025 16,509
29 Antigua and Barbuda 2,206 21,889
30 Grenada 2,081 18,292
31 Saint Kitts and Nevis 2,081 27,608
32 Dominica 1,074 14,490
33 Aruba 442 39,508
34 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 172 15,505
Total 11,605,120 17,968

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    References

    1. International Monetary Fund. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". World Economic Outlook Database, April 2022. Retrieved 5 May 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
    2. World Economic Outlook Full Report (October 2020). International Monetary Fund. ("Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, but its statistical data is maintained on a separate and independent basis.") p. 57, fn 4. Accessed 25 October 2020.
    3. World Economic Outlook: World Economic Outlook Database - Changes to the Database. International Monetary Fund. ("Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, but the WEO maintains statistical data for both economies on a separate and independent basis.") 14 October 2020. Accessed 25 October 2020.
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