GDP data by country

GDP data information by country until the 2018.

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GDP data information from The World Bank by country until the 2018.

country_coderegionincome_groupspecial_notestable_name
ABWLatin America & CaribbeanHigh incomeAruba
AFGSouth AsiaLow incomeAfghanistan
AGOSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle incomeAngola
ALBEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle incomeAlbania
ANDEurope & Central AsiaHigh incomeAndorra
ARBArab World aggregate. Arab World is composed of members of the League of Arab States.Arab World
AREMiddle East & North AfricaHigh incomeUnited Arab Emirates
ARGLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle incomeArgentina
ARMEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle incomeArmenia
ASMEast Asia & PacificUpper middle incomeAmerican Samoa
ATGLatin America & CaribbeanHigh incomeAntigua and Barbuda
AUSEast Asia & PacificHigh incomeFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY.Australia
AUTEurope & Central AsiaHigh incomeA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 13.7603 Austrian schilling. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Austria
AZEEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle incomeAzerbaijan
BDISub-Saharan AfricaLow incomeBurundi
BELEurope & Central AsiaHigh incomeA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 40.3399 Belgian franc. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Belgium
BENSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle incomeBenin
BFASub-Saharan AfricaLow incomeBurkina Faso
BGDSouth AsiaLower middle incomeFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY.Bangladesh
BGREurope & Central AsiaUpper middle incomeBulgaria
BHRMiddle East & North AfricaHigh incomeBahrain
BHSLatin America & CaribbeanHigh incomeBahamas, The
BIHEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle incomeBosnia and Herzegovina
BLREurope & Central AsiaUpper middle incomeData before 2015 were adjusted to reflect the new denomination effective from July 1, 2016 (BYN), a decrease of 10,000 times (1 BYN = 10,000 BYR)Belarus
BLZLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle incomeBelize
Last refresh time: 2020-07-10 19:01:01
Refresh frequency: Monthly
Source: The world bank

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