GDP - Purchasing Power Parity - Australia



GDP - Purchasing Power Parity of Australia
Value & RankThe GDP - Purchasing Power Parity of Australia is 998 ( billions of $) with a global rank of 17.
Australia compared to other CountriesThe GDP - Purchasing Power Parity of Australia is similar to that of Korea, Canada, Spain, Indonesia, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Poland, Argentina, Netherlands with a respective GDP - Purchasing Power Parity of 1,666, 1,518, 1,389, 1,285, 1,167, 987, 928, 814, 771, 700 ( billions of $) and a global rank of 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.10 years growthAustralia's GDP - Purchasing Power Parity had a positive growth of 68.4 (%) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
Last 10 years averageAustralia had an average GDP - Purchasing Power Parity of 809 ( billions of $) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
Australia during the Great RecessionAustralia's GDP - Purchasing Power Parity had a positive growth of 13.9% during the Great RecessionAustralia since the end of the Great RecessionAustralia's GDP - Purchasing Power Parity had a positive growth of 16.2% since the end of the Great Recession
YearGDP - Purchasing Power Parity ( billions of $) - Australia
1991308
1992320
1993340
1994359
1995380
1996404
1997424
1998455
1999478
2000504
2001533
2002564
2003593
2004631
2005636
2006754
2007784
2008848
2009859
2010911
2011930
2012961
2013998
GDP - Purchasing Power Parity of Australia
Country NameGlobal RankGDP - Purchasing Power Parity ( billions of $)
Korea121,666
Canada131,518
Spain141,389
Indonesia151,285
Turkey161,167
Australia17998
Iran18987
Saudi Arabia19928
Poland20814
Argentina21771
Netherlands22700
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Datasource: Compile from multiple sources
CIA - The World Factbook
Workbank - World Development Indicators