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

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This is a list of Latin American and Caribbean countries by gross domestic product (nominal) in USD according to the International Monetary Fund's estimates in the April 2018 World Economic Outlook database.

Cuba is not included in the list due to lack of economic data. Puerto Rico is not listed since it is a U.S. territory.

Latin America and the Caribbean by estimated GDP (nominal)[1]
Rank Country GDP (nominal)
(millions of US$)
GDP (nominal) per
capita (US$)
1  Brazil 2,138,918 10,224.03
2  Mexico 1,212,831 9,723.04
3  Argentina 625,921 14,043.67
4  Colombia 327,978 6,581.38
5  Chile 280,269 15,087.31
6  Peru 231,567 7,198.64
7  Ecuador 106,621 6,263.19
8  Venezuela 100,845 3,168.41
9  Guatemala 82,356 4,770.73
10  Dominican Republic 80,413 7,830.20
11  Panama 66,711 16,040.89
12  Uruguay 63,370 18,074.85
13  Costa Rica 61,287 12,188.70
14  Bolivia 40,737 3,621.79
15  Paraguay 32,291 4,578.32
16  El Salvador 29,407 4,596.22
17  Honduras 24,021 2,851.21
18  Trinidad and Tobago 22,158 16,083.43
19  Jamaica 15,256 5,334.53
20  Nicaragua 14,532 2,309.74
21  The Bahamas 12,318 32,714.93
22  Haiti 9,417 847.09
23  Barbados 5,317 18,882.00
24  Suriname 3,857 6,534.36
25  Guyana 3,747 4,849.83
26  Belize 1,912 4,830.01
27  Saint Lucia 1,755 9,937.37
28  Antigua and Barbuda 1,612 17,476.74
29  Grenada 1,180 10,924.70
30  Saint Kitts and Nevis 972 16,878.30
31  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 835 7,569.71
32  Dominica 476 6,722.24
Total 5,600,887 10,193.78

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References[edit]

  1. ^ International Monetary Fund. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". World Economic Outlook Database, April 2018. Retrieved 20 April 2018.