Angola GDP: 164 billion International Dollars (2017)

Gross Domestic Product (PPP in 2011 prices)


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(period: 1870-2017)




Indicator 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
GDP PPP (Billions, 2011) 159 167 168 164 164
GDP per capita PPP (2011) 7,021 7,111 6,947 6,553 6,344

GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (%) 5.2% 6.8% 4.7% 0.9% -2.6%
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (10yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (50yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (100yr) -     % -     % -     % -     % -     %

Current GDP (LCU Billions) 13,195 14,324 13,950 16,550 -
Current GDP per Capita (LCU Billions) 581,646 610,872 575,803 661,401 -

Current GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) 7.9% 8.6% -2.6% 18.6% -

Real GDP (LCU Billions, 2002) 1,541 1,616 1,631 1,589 -
Real GDP per Capita (LCU Billions, 2002) 67,949 68,909 67,322 63,503 -

Real GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) 4.8% 0.9% -2.6% -0.1% -

Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: Current & Real GDP data, World Bank
GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations
2017 GDP for Africa
Country GDP PPP
(Billions, 2011)
GDP PPP
per Capita
(Thousands, 2011)
GDP Annual
Growth Rate
Algeria 557.16 13,550 1.4%
Angola 163.72 6,152 -0.2%
Benin 21.60 1,888 5.8%
Botswana 37.25 15,870 2.9%
Burkina Faso 31.78 1,660 6.3%
Burundi 8.29 696 0.0%
Cameroon 71.01 2,900 3.5%
Cape Verde 3.04 5,697 4.0%
Central Africa Republic 2.45 481 4.3%
Chad 24.54 1,642 -3.1%
Comoro Islands 1.20 1,451 2.7%
Congo, Dem. Rep. 60.50 12,467 3.4%
Congo, Rep. 26.39 322 -3.1%
Cote d'Ivoire 83.52 3,511 7.7%
Djibouti 3.38 3,711 6.7%
Egypt 1,037.52 10,883 4.2%
Equatorial Guinea 25.07 28,066 -4.7%
Ethiopia 189.03 1,813 10.1%
Gabon 33.59 18,659 0.5%
Gambia 3.69 1,741 4.6%
Ghana 117.77 4,110 8.1%
Guinea 18.61 1,402 9.9%
Guinea Bissau 2.62 1,359 5.9%
Kenya 121.62 2,512 4.9%
Lesotho 5.30 2,424 -1.6%
Madagascar 35.99 1,408 4.3%
Malawi 17.16 940 4.0%
Mali 29.35 1,575 5.4%
Mauritania 12.38 2,903 3.0%
Mauritius 25.39 19,798 3.8%
Morocco 262.03 7,427 4.1%
Mozambique 33.55 1,137 3.7%
Namibia 24.10 9,377 -0.9%
Niger 20.43 951 4.9%
Nigeria 1,170.91 6,110 0.8%
Rwanda 22.14 1,823 6.2%
Senegal 39.76 2,479 7.2%
Seychelles 2.85 29,166 5.3%
Sierra Leone 10.00 1,486 3.8%
South Africa 669.99 12,067 1.4%
Sudan 185.20 4,407 1.7%
Swaziland 9.05 6,845 1.9%
Tanzania 106.20 1,871 6.8%
Togo 10.90 1,419 4.4%
Tunisia 124.91 10,862 2.0%
Uganda 58.05 1,397 5.0%
Zambia 50.91 2,961 3.4%

Total 5,572.00 273,376 166.4%

Average 118.55 5,817 3.5%

Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations
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