Sudan GDP 1960-2020

NOTE: All 2020 and later data are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
GDP at purchaser's prices is the sum of gross value added by all resident producers in the economy plus any product taxes and minus any subsidies not included in the value of the products. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or for depletion and degradation of natural resources. Data are in current U.S. dollars. Dollar figures for GDP are converted from domestic currencies using single year official exchange rates. For a few countries where the official exchange rate does not reflect the rate effectively applied to actual foreign exchange transactions, an alternative conversion factor is used.
  • Sudan gdp for 2018 was $40.85B, a 66.8% decline from 2017.
  • Sudan gdp for 2017 was $123.05B, a 28.77% increase from 2016.
  • Sudan gdp for 2016 was $95.56B, a 1.22% decline from 2015.
  • Sudan gdp for 2015 was $96.74B, a 17.76% increase from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name GDP ( Billions of US $)
India $2,718.73B
Indonesia $1,042.17B
Nigeria $397.27B
Philippines $330.91B
Pakistan $314.59B
Bangladesh $274.02B
Egypt $250.89B
Vietnam $245.21B
Ukraine $130.83B
Morocco $117.92B
Angola $105.75B
Sri Lanka $88.90B
Kenya $87.91B
Myanmar $71.21B
Ghana $65.56B
Uzbekistan $50.50B
Sudan $40.85B
Bolivia $40.29B
Tunisia $39.87B
Cameroon $38.68B
Zambia $26.72B
El Salvador $26.06B
Cambodia $24.54B
Honduras $24.02B
Papua New Guinea $23.50B
Lao PDR $17.95B
Georgia $17.60B
West Bank and Gaza $14.62B
Mongolia $13.07B
Nicaragua $13.06B
Moldova $11.44B
Congo, Rep. $11.26B
Kyrgyz Republic $8.09B
Kosovo $7.94B
Mauritania $5.23B
Eswatini $4.71B
Djibouti $2.96B
Lesotho $2.74B
Bhutan $2.45B
Cabo Verde $1.98B
Timor-Leste $1.57B
Solomon Islands $1.40B
Vanuatu $0.91B
Sao Tome and Principe $0.42B
Micronesia $0.40B
Kiribati $0.19B
Sudan GDP - Historical Data
Year GDP Per Capita Growth
2018 $40.85B $977 -2.32%
2017 $123.05B $3,015 4.28%
2016 $95.56B $2,398 4.70%
2015 $96.74B $2,487 4.91%
2014 $82.15B $2,163 2.68%
2013 $72.07B $1,944 4.39%
2012 $68.13B $1,882 0.52%
2011 $67.33B $1,672 -1.97%
2010 $65.63B $1,490 3.47%
2009 $53.15B $1,238 3.24%
2008 $54.53B $1,305 7.80%
2007 $45.90B $1,128 11.52%
2006 $35.82B $905 10.06%
2005 $26.52B $689 7.49%
2004 $21.46B $573 3.88%
2003 $17.65B $485 7.73%
2002 $14.80B $418 6.43%
2001 $13.18B $383 6.50%
2000 $12.26B $366 6.35%
1999 $10.68B $328 3.10%
1998 $11.25B $355 4.31%
1997 $11.68B $379 10.57%
1996 $9.02B $301 5.92%
1995 $13.83B $473 6.00%
1994 $12.79B $450 1.01%
1993 $8.88B $320 4.57%
1992 $7.03B $261 6.58%
1991 $11.38B $432 7.51%
1990 $12.41B $484 -5.47%
1989 $15.29B $612 8.93%
1988 $15.40B $632 -0.33%
1987 $20.16B $850 14.22%
1986 $15.77B $683 5.41%
1985 $12.40B $553 -6.28%
1984 $9.70B $446 -5.01%
1983 $8.23B $391 2.06%
1982 $9.24B $454 5.96%
1981 $10.02B $509 7.44%
1980 $7.46B $392 1.52%
1979 $9.03B $492 -5.02%
1978 $7.67B $432 -5.93%
1977 $8.70B $507 6.22%
1976 $6.98B $420 16.67%
1975 $5.60B $348 15.71%
1974 $4.60B $295 11.45%
1973 $3.57B $237 0.63%
1972 $2.88B $197 -5.07%
1971 $2.66B $187 2.25%
1970 $2.44B $177 5.93%
1969 $2.14B $160 1.39%
1968 $1.95B $150 1.96%
1967 $1.87B $148 1.42%
1966 $1.72B $141 -3.58%
1965 $1.68B $141 6.78%
1964 $1.61B $139 -1.12%
1963 $1.57B $139 -2.85%
1962 $1.54B $141 6.92%
1961 $1.42B $133 0.02%
1960 $1.31B $126 %