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Old 10-20-2013, 01:58 AM
 
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Some countries are transcontinental so you can refer to this page which classifies those transcontinental countries according to UN databases: List of sovereign states and dependent territories by continent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Africa
Nominal GDP (2013): 1. South Africa / 2. Nigeria / 3. Egypt / 4. Algeria / 5. Angola
GDP (PPP) (2013): 1. South Africa / 2. Egypt / 3. Nigeria / 4. Algeria / 5. Morocco

Asia
Nominal GDP (2013): 1. China / 2. Japan / 3. India / 4. South Korea / 5. Indonesia
GDP (PPP) (2013): 1. China / 2. India / 3. Japan / 4. South Korea / 5. Indonesia

Europe
Nominal GDP (2013): 1. Germany / 2. France / 3. United Kingdom / 4. Russia / 5. Italy
GDP (PPP) (2013): 1. Germany / 2. Russia / 3. United Kingdom / 4. France / 5. Italy

North America
Nominal GDP (2013): 1. United States / 2. Canada / 3. Mexico / 4. Puerto Rico (United States) / 5. Cuba
GDP (PPP) (2013): 1. United States / 2. Mexico / 3. Canada / 4. Cuba / 5. Dominican Republic

South America
Nominal GDP (2013): 1. Brazil / 2. Argentina / 3. Colombia / 4. Venezuela / 5. Chile
GDP (PPP) (2013): 1. Brazil / 2. Argentina / 3. Colombia / 4. Venezuela / 5. Peru

Oceania
Nominal GDP (2013): 1. Australia / 2. New Zealand / 3. Hawaii (United States) / 4. Papua New Guinea / 5. New Caledonia (France)
GDP (PPP) (2013): 1. Australia / 2. New Zealand / 3. Hawaii (United States) / 4. Papua New Guinea / 5. New Caledonia (France)
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Old 10-20-2013, 11:03 AM
 
Location: M I N N E S O T A
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Where did you get the 2013 GDP rankings?
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Old 10-20-2013, 12:04 PM
 
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Where did you get the 2013 GDP rankings?
IMF estimates for 2013
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Old 12-18-2014, 03:38 AM
 
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Updated for the OP for 2014 data

Africa
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. Nigeria / 2. South Africa / 3. Egypt / 4. Algeria / 5. Angola
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. Nigeria / 2. Egypt / 3. South Africa / 4. Algeria / 5. Morocco

Asia
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. China / 2. Japan / 3. India / 4. South Korea / 5. Indonesia
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. China / 2. India / 3. Japan / 4. Indonesia / 5. South Korea

Europe
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. Germany / 2. France / 3. United Kingdom / 4. Italy / 5. Russia
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. Germany / 2. Russia / 3. France / 4. United Kingdom / 5. Italy

North America
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. United States / 2. Canada / 3. Mexico / 4. Puerto Rico (United States) / 5. Cuba
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. United States / 2. Mexico / 3. Canada / 4. Cuba / 5. Puerto Rico (United States)

South America
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. Brazil / 2. Argentina / 3. Venezuela / 4. Colombia / 5. Chile
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. Brazil / 2. Argentina / 3. Colombia / 4. Venezuela / 5. Chile

Oceania
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. Australia / 2. New Zealand / 3. Hawaii (United States) / 4. Papua New Guinea / 5. New Caledonia (France)
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. Australia / 2. New Zealand / 3. Hawaii (United States) / 4. Papua New Guinea / 5. New Caledonia (France)
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Old 12-18-2014, 02:11 PM
 
Location: Paris, Île-de-France, France
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North America
Nominal GDP (2014): 1. United States / 2. Canada / 3. Mexico / 4. Puerto Rico (United States) / 5. Cuba
GDP (PPP) (2014): 1. United States / 2. Mexico / 3. Canada / 4. Cuba / 5. Puerto Rico (United States)
Even they have bigger population, I'm totally shocked
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Old 12-18-2014, 03:58 PM
 
Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Even they have bigger population, I'm totally shocked
80 million more people is a lot.
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Old 12-18-2014, 06:54 PM
 
Location: Canada
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Even they have bigger population, I'm totally shocked
Mexico has the 11th largest economy on earth in PPP. It's almost as large as that of the UK. I'm not surprised, Mexico only seems poor relative to its neighbour, it's a middle income country in global terms and is home to almost as many people as Japan.
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Old 12-19-2014, 07:08 AM
 
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Does Cuba have an economy larger than Portugal , Greece and the Phillippines?
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Old 12-19-2014, 07:22 AM
 
Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Does Cuba have an economy larger than Portugal , Greece and the Phillippines?
Larger than the Philippines, HELL NO!
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Old 12-20-2014, 10:46 AM
 
Location: San Diego, California Republic
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Mexico has the 11th largest economy on earth in PPP. It's almost as large as that of the UK. I'm not surprised, Mexico only seems poor relative to its neighbour, it's a middle income country in global terms and is home to almost as many people as Japan.
While I agree that Mexico's economy is better than many realize, let's not downplay the poor and poverty in that country. I've seen it first hand.
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