Nigeria GNP 1962-2021

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.
  • Nigeria gnp for 2020 was $412.81B, a 1.28% increase from 2019.
  • Nigeria gnp for 2019 was $407.59B, a 5.94% increase from 2018.
  • Nigeria gnp for 2018 was $384.74B, a 3.55% decline from 2017.
  • Nigeria gnp for 2017 was $398.88B, a 11.88% decline from 2016.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Billions of US $
India $2,625.44B
Indonesia $1,059.51B
Nigeria $412.81B
Philippines $376.00B
Bangladesh $330.63B
Egypt $306.86B
Pakistan $282.91B
Vietnam $259.32B
Ukraine $147.69B
Morocco $111.87B
Kenya $94.79B
Sri Lanka $81.47B
Angola $73.42B
Ghana $69.21B
Myanmar $68.70B
Uzbekistan $57.29B
Cameroon $39.75B
Bolivia $37.38B
Tunisia $36.69B
Sudan $28.49B
Cambodia $24.95B
Papua New Guinea $23.83B
El Salvador $23.64B
Zambia $21.93B
Honduras $21.75B
Lao PDR $18.02B
West Bank and Gaza $17.80B
Georgia $15.93B
Nicaragua $12.22B
Mongolia $12.03B
Moldova $11.95B
Congo, Rep. $10.11B
Kosovo $7.87B
Kyrgyz Republic $7.67B
Mauritania $7.60B
Eswatini $4.15B
Djibouti $3.28B
Timor-Leste $2.42B
Lesotho $2.36B
Bhutan $2.21B
Cabo Verde $1.70B
Solomon Islands $1.58B
Vanuatu $0.85B
Sao Tome and Principe $0.45B
Kiribati $0.36B
Nigeria GNP - Historical Data
Year GNP Per Capita Growth Rate
2020 $412.81B $2,000 -2.21%
2019 $407.59B $2,030 3.48%
2018 $384.74B $1,960 0.53%
2017 $398.88B $2,090 0.08%
2016 $452.68B $2,430 -1.09%
2015 $511.13B $2,820 3.55%
2014 $517.95B $2,940 8.12%
2013 $461.62B $2,690 6.88%
2012 $408.56B $2,440 4.65%
2011 $354.20B $2,180 5.44%
2010 $338.51B $2,140 7.51%
2009 $314.42B $2,040 7.60%
2008 $295.08B $1,960 7.11%
2007 $235.63B $1,610 3.75%
2006 $192.50B $1,350 13.34%
2005 $143.54B $1,030 5.57%
2004 $118.34B $870 9.86%
2003 $93.75B $710 5.93%
2002 $81.65B $630 14.28%
2001 $66.78B $530 10.58%
2000 $57.03B $470 -3.33%
1999 $54.39B $460 3.01%
1998 $50.93B $440 2.01%
1997 $49.68B $440 3.37%
1996 $42.67B $390 4.60%
1995 $33.56B $310 1.55%
1994 $32.79B $310 0.37%
1993 $36.71B $360 -4.15%
1992 $50.82B $510 3.07%
1991 $50.28B $510 0.55%
1990 $52.97B $560 11.06%
1989 $51.41B $550 -1.90%
1988 $61.02B $680 10.95%
1987 $62.49B $710 1.42%
1986 $67.77B $790 -0.99%
1985 $81.38B $970 5.55%
1984 $91.63B $1,130 -1.41%
1983 $115.52B $1,450 -10.77%
1982 $97.77B $1,260 -6.45%
1981 $73.55B $970 %
1980 $55.75B $760 %
1979 $45.70B $640 %
1978 $38.47B $560 %
1977 $37.66B $560 %
1976 $33.19B $510 %
1975 $25.39B $400 %
1974 $20.78B $340 %
1973 $13.16B $220 %
1972 $11.66B $200 %
1971 $10.32B $180 %
1970 $9.43B $170 %
1969 $6.59B $120 %
1968 $5.27B $100 %
1967 $5.16B $100 %
1966 $5.78B $110 %
1965 $5.71B $110 %
1964 $5.50B $110 %
1963 $5.20B $110 %
1962 $4.69B $100 %