List of cities by GDP

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Map of urban areas with GDP greater than $300 billion.

This is a list of cities and/or their metropolitan areas in the world by GDP. The methodology may differ between the studies and are widely based on projections and sometimes approximate estimations, notably for non-OECD cities (refer to sources for more information.)

City/Metropolitan area Country Official Estimate (billions USD) Brookings Institution 2014[1] (billions USD) Other Estimate (billions USD)
Aberdeen United Kingdom 11.3 (2008)[2]
Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates 119[3] 178.3
Adelaide Australia 59.1 (2015-16)[4] 47.4
Ahmedabad India 68
Albuquerque United States 42.046 (2014)[5] 39.9
Alexandria Egypt 32.4
Amsterdam Netherlands 320.6[Note 1]
Anápolis Brazil 6.740 (2011)[6]
Ankara Turkey 104.9
Athens Greece 129.6
Atlanta United States 339 (2015)[7] 294.4
Auckland New Zealand 49.5
Austin United States 120 (2015)[7] 107.4
Santos Brazil 28.609 (2011)[6]
Baltimore United States 181 (2015)[7] 173.7
Bangalore India 110.4
Bangkok Thailand 306.8
Barcelona Spain 171.0
Baton Rouge United States 51.149 (2014)[5] 53.5
Beijing China 338.4 (2015)[8] 506.1
Belfast United Kingdom 10.9 (2008)[2]
Belo Horizonte Brazil 54.996 (2011)[6] 84.7
Berlin Germany 157.7
Bilbao Spain 38.5
Birmingham United Kingdom 121.1
Birmingham United States 62.187 (2014)[5] 54.164
Bogotá Colombia 159.9
Boston United States 397 (2015)[7] 360.1
Brasília Brazil 164.482 (2011)[6] 141.9
Bridgeport United States 101 (2015)[7] 69.963
Brisbane Australia 120.6 (2015–16)[9] 96.6
Bristol United Kingdom 47.7
Brussels Belgium 254.3
Bucharest Romania 72.4
Budapest Hungary 98.0
Buenos Aires Argentina 315.9
Busan South Korea 296.5
Cairo Egypt 102.2
Calgary Canada 97.9
Cambridge United Kingdom 18.6[10]
Campinas Brazil 40.525 (2011)[6] 59.3
Campo Grande Brazil 9.211 (2011)[6]
Campos dos Goytacazes Brazil 16.174 (2011)[6]
Cape Town South Africa 58.9
Caracas Venezuela 51.8
Casablanca Morocco 37.9
Changchun China 124.5
Changsha China 186.4
Changzhou China 110.9
Charlotte United States 152 (2015)[7] 126.2
Chengdu China 233.5
Chennai India 78.6
Chicago United States 641 (2015)[7] 563.2
Chongqing China 315.6
Cincinnati United States 127 (2015)[7] 110.9
Cleveland United States 124.609 (2014)[5] 115.1
Columbus United States 124 (2015)[7] 108.9
Copenhagen Denmark 127.0[Note 2]
Coventry United Kingdom 7.4 (2008)[2]
Curitiba Brazil 58.082 (2011)[6] 57.7
Daegu South Korea 54.5
Daejeon South Korea 39.6
Dalian China 198.8
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington United States 486 (2015)[7] 412.7
Delhi India 293.6
Denver United States 193 (2015)[7] 169.7
Detroit United States 246 (2015)[7] 207.5
Dongguan China 141.1
Dubai United Arab Emirates 82.9
Dublin Ireland 90.1
Durban South Africa 48.9
East Rand South Africa 55.3
Edinburgh United Kingdom 20.5 (2008)[2] 32.5
Edmonton Canada 83.0
Faisalabad Pakistan 35
Fortaleza Brazil 42.010 (2011)[6] 35.2
Foshan China 184.5
Frankfurt Germany 230.0
Fukuoka–Kitakyushu Japan 185 (2013)[11] 193.3 157.3[12]
Fuzhou China 117.4
Glasgow United Kingdom 21.3[2] 56.7
Goiânia Brazil 22.763 (2011)[6]
Guadalajara Mexico 80.7
Guangzhou China 380.3
Gwangju South Korea 36.7
Hamburg Germany 161.4
Hangzhou China 219.5
Harbin China 127.9
Hartford United States 85.558 (2014)[5] 101.150
Hefei China 120.9
Helsinki Finland 77.1
Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam 71.1
Hong Kong China (SAR) 293 (2013)[13] 416.0 258.0[14]
Houston United States 503 (2015)[7] 483.2
Huntsville United States 21.56 (2012)[5]
Hyderabad India 75.2
Indianapolis United States 134 (2015)[7] 113.606
Indore India 12
Islamabad Pakistan 25
Istanbul Turkey 348.7
Izmir Turkey 80.1
Jacksonville United States 65.085 (2014)[5] 63.8
Jaipur India 31.2
Jakarta Indonesia 321.3
Jeddah Saudi Arabia 160.6
Jinan China 136.8
Johannesburg South Africa 82.9
Jundiaí Brazil 20.081 (2011)[6]
Kansas City United States 126 (2015)[7] 105.9
Karachi Pakistan 97.0
Karlsruhe Germany 137.1
Katowice Poland 122.3
Kingston-upon-Hull United Kingdom 5.5 (2008)[2]
Knoxville United States 37.487 (2014)[5] 38.3
Kolkata India 150.1
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 171.8
Kuwait City Kuwait 166.5
Lagos Nigeria 74.67 (2010)[15]
Lahore Pakistan 59
Las Vegas United States 103 (2015)[7] 93.9
Leeds United Kingdom 74.6[Note 3]
Leicester United Kingdom 28.7[16]
Lille France 98.5
Lima Peru 176.5
Lisbon Portugal 96.3
Liverpool United Kingdom 10.9 (2008)[2] 65.8
London United Kingdom 542 (2014)[17] 835.7
Los Angeles United States 931 (2015)[7] 860.5
Louisville United States 67.329 (2014)[5] 62.397
Lucknow India 34.7
Luton United Kingdom 7.2[18]
Lyon France 97.0 197[19]
Macau Macau SAR, China 53.9
Madrid Spain 262.3
Manaus Brazil 51.025 (2011)[6]
Manchester United Kingdom 92.3
Manila Philippines 182.8
Marseille France 60.3
Medellín Colombia 43.5
Medan Indonesia 8.09[20]
Melbourne Australia 229.2 (2015–16)[21] 178.4
Memphis United States 69.882 (2014)[5] 65.0
Mexico City Mexico 403.6
Miami United States 318 (2015)[7] 262.7
Milan Italy 312.1
Milwaukee United States 102 (2015)[7] 86.5
Minneapolis/St. Paul United States 249 (2015)[7] 211.4
Monterrey Mexico 122.9
Montevideo Uruguay 44.0[22][Note 4]
Montreal Canada 155.9
Moscow Russia 200 (2015)[23] 553.3
Mumbai India 310
Munich Germany 219.9
Nagoya Japan 368 (2013)[24] 363.8 256.3[25]
Nagpur India 18
Nanjing China 202.7
Naples Italy 43 (2005)[26] 85.5
Nashville United States 114 (2015)[7] 95.0
New Haven United States 44.858 (2014)[5] 53.3
New Orleans United States 80.278 (2014)[5] 74.2
New York City United States 1,603 (2015)[7] 1,403
Newcastle United Kingdom 44.6
Nice France 46.0
Ningbo China 179.0
Oklahoma City United States 72.629 (2014)[5] 70.010
Orlando United States 121 (2015)[7] 116.2
Osaka–Kobe Japan 584 (2013)[27] 671.3[Note 5] 612.8[28]
Oslo Norway 74.4
Oxnard United States 46.892 (2014)[5] 46.3
Paris France 688 (2013)[29] 822.1
Patna India 15
Perth Australia 112.2 (2015–16)[30] 134.0
Philadelphia United States 411 (2015)[7] 346.5
Phoenix United States 220 (2015)[7] 207.1
Pittsburgh United States 139 (2015)[7] 138.4
Portland United States 159 (2015)[7] 158.5
Porto Portugal 43.0
Porto Alegre Brazil 45.506 (2011)[6] 62.1
Portsmouth United Kingdom 5.5 (2008)[2] 51.6[Note 6]
Prague Czech Republic 89.2
Pretoria South Africa 49.9
Providence United States 75.940 (2014)[5] 78.114
Puebla Mexico 38.1
Pune India 69
Qingdao China 208.7
Raleigh United States 71.574 (2014)[5] 64.4
Recife Brazil 36.448 (2011)[6] 40.5
Rhine-Ruhr Germany 485.2
Richmond United States 70.491 (2014)[5] 71.589
Rio de Janeiro Brazil 209.366 (2011)[6] 176.6
Riverside United States 141 (2015)[7] 154.904
Riyadh Saudi Arabia 163.5
Rome Italy 163.2
Rotterdam Netherlands 320.6[Note 7]
Sacramento United States 119 (2015)[7] 127.4
Salt Lake City United States 75.672 (2014)[5] 73.836
St. Louis United States 155 (2015)[7] 140.6
Saint Petersburg Russia 44[23] 119.6
Salvador Brazil 38.819 (2011)[6] 38.5
San Antonio United States 109 (2015)[7] 102.771
San Diego United States 221 (2015)[7] 202.5
San Francisco United States 432 (2015)[7] 331.0
San Jose United States 235 (2015)[7] 160.3
Santiago Chile 171.4
São José dos Campos Brazil 30.148 (2011)[6]
São José dos Pinhais Brazil 14.726 (2011)[6]
São Paulo Brazil 477.005 (2011)[6] 430.5
Seattle United States 314 (2015)[7] 267.5
Seoul South Korea 635.4 (2015)[31] 845.9
Seville Spain 35.8
Shanghai China 384[32] 594.0 200.0[33]
Sheffield United Kingdom 12.2 (2008)[2] 39.8
Shenyang China 189.3
Shenzhen China 363.2
Singapore Singapore 263.6 (2011)[34][35] 365.9 267.9[36]
Sofia Bulgaria 43.8
Sorocaba Brazil 21.313 (2011)[6]
Southampton United Kingdom 6.8 (2008)[37] 51.6[Note 8]
Stockholm Sweden 143.0 208[38]
Stuttgart Germany 157.8
Surat India 59.8
Suzhou China 339.0
Sydney Australia 302.7 (2015–16)[39] 223.4
Taichung Taiwan 114.7
Taipei Taiwan 327.3 172.5[40]
Tampa United States 134 (2015)[7] 130.3
Tangshan China 162.3
Tel Aviv Israel 153.3
Thessaloniki Greece 19.808 (2011)[41]
Tianjin China 372.0
Tokyo Japan 1,699 (2013)[42] 1,617 1,997.5[43]
1,797.9[44]
Toronto Canada 303 (2014)[45] 276.3
Tulsa United States 55.959 (2014)[5] 48.6 46.4[46]
Turin Italy 78.8
Uberlandia Brazil 14.728 (2011)[6]
Valencia Spain 52.7
Vancouver Canada 109.8
Vienna Austria 183.7[Note 9]
Vilnius Lithuania 20 (2014)[47]
Virginia Beach United States 90.772 (2014)[5] 92.1
Visakhapatnam India 43.5
Vitória Brazil 28.357 (2011)[6] 35.6
Warsaw Poland 141.1
Washington, DC United States 491 (2015)[7] 442.2
Wuhan China 231.6
Wuxi China 211.5
Xiamen China 76.1
Xian China 124.2
Xuzhou China 113.2
Zürich Switzerland 109.1
Notes
  1. ^ This includes Rotterdam
  2. ^ This includes Malmö
  3. ^ This includes Bradford
  4. ^ Projection for 2017 based on $33 billion in 2010 and $61 for 2025. ((($61/$33)^(1/15))^7)*$33= $43,956.998 million.
  5. ^ This includes Kyoto
  6. ^ This includes Southampton
  7. ^ This includes Amsterdam
  8. ^ This includes Portsmouth
  9. ^ This includes Bratislava

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  29. ^ 2013 est. / INSEE €631,614million according to INSEE, i.e. US$688 billion at current exchange rates, using the 2015 euro/dollar exchange rate
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