This interactive map shows the accurate 2022 GDP numbers for each country. This is the estimated 2022 nominal GDP (Gross Domestic Product) data for various countries in the world. These projections are computed by the IMF (International Monetary Fund).
About GDP: Gross Domestic Product measures the monetary/market value of the final goods and services produced in a given country within a year. Changes in GDP are the most popular indicator of the nation’s overall economic health. GDP provides an economic snapshot of a country, used to estimate the size of an economy and growth rate.
The calculation of a country’s GDP encompasses all public and private consumption, investments, government transfers, additions to private inventories, paid-in construction costs, and the net import/export value. GDP can be computed on a nominal basis or a real basis, the latter accounting for inflation. Overall, real GDP is a better method for expressing long-term national economic performance since it uses constant dollars.
The countries of this 2022 GDP list includes the United States, China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, India, France, Canada, Italy, Brazil, Russia, South Korea, Australia, Iran, Spain, Mexico, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Netherlands, Switzerland, Taiwan, Poland, Turkey, Sweden, Belgium, Argentina, Norway, Thailand, Israel, Ireland, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Malaysia, Egypt, South Africa, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Denmark, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Colombia, Pakistan, Chile, Finland, Iraq, Czech Republic, Romania, New Zealand, Portugal, Peru, Qatar, Greece, Ukraine, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Algeria, Kuwait, Morocco, Angola, Slovakia, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Kenya, Oman, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Turkmenistan, Ghana, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, and others.