List of ASEAN countries by GDP

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This is a list of ASEAN countries by GDP.

List 2022

GDP and GDP per capita data are according to IMF for 2022 data. [1]

Contents

RankCountryPopulation
in million

GDP Nominal
millions of
USD
GDP Nominal
per capita
USD
GDP (PPP)
millions of
USD
GDP (PPP)
per capita
USD
Infobox ASEAN flag.svg  ASEAN 673.6553,646,2205,42810,131,23715,082
1Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia 274.8591,289,2954,6903,995,06414,534
2Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 70.078622,1128,8601,475,65621,057
3Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 33.782439,373​13,2681,089,49932,901
4Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore 5.743424,43179,575701,804131,580
5Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 110.489411,9783,6861,143,86210,236
6Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 99.223408,9474,1211,278,06112,880
7Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar 53.88669,2621,285257,3434,775
8Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei 0.46335,55579,81633,38974,952
9Flag of Cambodia.svg  Cambodia 17,14728,0201,84287,8565,493
10Flag of Laos.svg  Laos 7.48117,3472,31868,7039,183

List 2021

GDP and GDP per capita data are according to IMF 2021 data. [2]

RankCountryPopulation
in million

GDP Nominal
millions of
USD
GDP Nominal
per capita
USD
GDP (PPP)
millions of
USD
GDP (PPP)
per capita
USD
Infobox ASEAN flag.svg  ASEAN 667.3933,358,6055,0459,070,44113,626
1Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia 272.2701,186,0674,3563,566,28313,099
2Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 69.947546.2207,8031,343,72719,209
3Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore 5.840396,99272,794635,270116,487
4Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 109.991393,6123,5711,011,0999,175
5Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 33.358372,75411,399970,748​29,686
6Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 98.328366,2013,7241,134,02411,533
7Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar 65,1601,216238,3034,450
8Flag of Cambodia.svg  Cambodia 17,04126,1871,65378,6584,967
9Flag of Laos.svg  Laos 7.37118,5522,51462,6428,488
10Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei 0.46119,91544,80829,68766,795

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References

  1. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". IMF. Retrieved 23 April 2022.
  2. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". IMF. Retrieved 8 October 2021.