GDP PPP per land area - United Kingdom



GDP PPP per land area of United Kingdom
Value & RankThe GDP PPP per land area of United Kingdom is 9.80 ( millions of $ per square kilometer) with a global rank of 23.
United Kingdom compared to other CountriesThe GDP PPP per land area of United Kingdom is similar to that of Israel, Japan, St. Martin (French part), Maldives, Mauritius, Kuwait, Puerto Rico, Germany, Switzerland, Cayman Islands with a respective GDP PPP per land area of 13.15, 12.51, 10.32, 10.31, 10.27, 9.31, 9.18, 9.04, 8.99, 8.52 ( millions of $ per square kilometer) and a global rank of 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28.10 years growthUnited Kingdom's GDP PPP per land area had a positive growth of 33.2 (%) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
Last 10 years averageUnited Kingdom had an average GDP PPP per land area of 8.82 ( millions of $ per square kilometer) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
United Kingdom during the Great RecessionUnited Kingdom's GDP PPP per land area had a negative growth (decline) of 0.83% during the Great RecessionUnited Kingdom since the end of the Great RecessionUnited Kingdom's GDP PPP per land area had a positive growth of 11.2% since the end of the Great Recession
YearGDP PPP per land area ( millions of $ per square kilometer) - United Kingdom
19913.85
19923.99
19934.23
19944.53
19954.79
19965.09
19975.47
19985.68
19995.90
20006.38
20016.76
20027.07
20037.36
20047.87
20057.46
20068.88
20079.11
20089.26
20098.81
20109.47
20119.54
20129.49
20139.80
GDP PPP per land area of United Kingdom
Country NameGlobal RankGDP PPP per land area ( millions of $ per square kilometer)
Israel1813.15
Japan1912.51
St. Martin (French part)2010.32
Maldives2110.31
Mauritius2210.27
United Kingdom239.80
Kuwait249.31
Puerto Rico259.18
Germany269.04
Switzerland278.99
Cayman Islands288.52
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Data Source:
CIA - The World Factbook
Compiled from multiple sources