Colombia GNI 1962-2020

NOTE: All 2020 and later data are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
GNI (formerly GNP) is the sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in the valuation of output plus net receipts of primary income (compensation of employees and property income) from abroad. Data are in current U.S. dollars. GNI, calculated in national currency, is usually converted to U.S. dollars at official exchange rates for comparisons across economies, although an alternative rate is used when the official exchange rate is judged to diverge by an exceptionally large margin from the rate actually applied in international transactions. To smooth fluctuations in prices and exchange rates, a special Atlas method of conversion is used by the World Bank. This applies a conversion factor that averages the exchange rate for a given year and the two preceding years, adjusted for differences in rates of inflation between the country, and through 2000, the G-5 countries (France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States). From 2001, these countries include the Euro area, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
  • Colombia gni for 2018 was $306.91B, a 5.82% increase from 2017.
  • Colombia gni for 2017 was $290.03B, a 6.8% decline from 2016.
  • Colombia gni for 2016 was $311.19B, a 10.65% decline from 2015.
  • Colombia gni for 2015 was $348.27B, a 9.44% decline from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Turkey $858.10B
Thailand $458.65B
Malaysia $333.84B
South Africa $332.32B
Colombia $306.91B
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Ecuador $104.38B
Dominican Republic $82.51B
Guatemala $75.94B
Bulgaria $62.26B
Costa Rica $57.57B
Lebanon $54.24B
Belarus $54.08B
Serbia $44.64B
Libya $42.77B
Jordan $41.84B
Azerbaijan $40.26B
Turkmenistan $39.44B
Paraguay $39.42B
Bosnia $19.08B
Botswana $17.47B
Mauritius $15.24B
Jamaica $14.58B
Gabon $14.46B
Albania $13.93B
Namibia $12.78B
Armenia $12.47B
North Macedonia $11.36B
Equatorial Guinea $8.71B
Montenegro $5.25B
Fiji $5.18B
Maldives $4.79B
Guyana $3.72B
Suriname $3.00B
St. Lucia $1.74B
Belize $1.71B
Grenada $1.08B
St. Vincent and the Grenadines $0.81B
Samoa $0.79B
Dominica $0.51B
Tonga $0.44B
Marshall Islands $0.28B
Nauru $0.15B
Tuvalu $0.06B
Colombia GNI - Historical Data
Year GNI Per Capita Growth Rate
2018 $306.91B $6,180 0.71%
2017 $290.03B $5,930 0.55%
2016 $311.19B $6,460 2.44%
2015 $348.27B $7,330 4.71%
2014 $384.58B $8,190 5.37%
2013 $367.95B $7,910 4.91%
2012 $335.85B $7,290 4.41%
2011 $288.68B $6,320 6.55%
2010 $253.66B $5,610 3.63%
2009 $229.57B $5,130 1.63%
2008 $208.14B $4,700 2.72%
2007 $180.16B $4,120 6.39%
2006 $151.03B $3,500 6.64%
2005 $127.56B $2,990 5.69%
2004 $110.14B $2,620 5.24%
2003 $98.46B $2,370 3.18%
2002 $97.03B $2,370 2.29%
2001 $93.61B $2,330 1.41%
2000 $92.62B $2,340 2.36%
1999 $90.97B $2,330 -4.07%
1998 $98.42B $2,570 1.06%
1997 $100.30B $2,660 3.36%
1996 $94.03B $2,540 1.65%
1995 $85.67B $2,350 5.30%
1994 $73.24B $2,050 6.86%
1993 $61.06B $1,740 6.33%
1992 $53.86B $1,560 4.48%
1991 $46.44B $1,380 2.56%
1990 $43.89B $1,330 5.50%
1989 $40.65B $1,250 1.97%
1988 $41.38B $1,300 5.19%
1987 $38.65B $1,240 5.06%
1986 $37.15B $1,220 5.43%
1985 $36.38B $1,210 2.43%
1984 $37.46B $1,280 2.31%
1983 $36.84B $1,280 0.92%
1982 $37.48B $1,330 -0.22%
1981 $37.00B $1,350 1.69%
1980 $33.68B $1,250 4.40%
1979 $27.82B $1,060 5.85%
1978 $21.86B $850 8.67%
1977 $17.35B $690 4.86%
1976 $15.33B $620 4.78%
1975 $14.25B $590 1.37%
1974 $12.84B $550 6.36%
1973 $10.56B $460 6.94%
1972 $8.86B $390 7.62%
1971 $7.81B $360 6.13%
1970 $7.10B $330 5.79%
1969 $6.61B $320 5.72%
1968 $6.19B $300 %
1967 $5.85B $300 %
1966 $6.08B $320 %
1965 $5.80B $310 %
1964 $5.56B $310 %
1963 $5.00B $280 %
1962 $4.79B $280 %