LatinoAmerican countries ranked by GDP (PPP) per capita: 1989-2019

by SouthernMaps

Two things to take in account here:

1)The IMF stopped reporting data of Venezuela’s GDP per capita PPP in 2017. It’s unclear how is the situation nowadays. That being said, according to CEPAL, Venezuela’s economy decreased a 12% in 2018. So the real position for Venezuela in 2019 it’s probably spot 13, between Ecuador and Guatemala

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2)The IMF only started reporting Nicaragua’s GDP per capita PPP in 1994. So I had to use that year instead of 1989. Honduras (in 1989) and Nicaragua (in 1994) have almost the same exact number in Per capita, so I placed Nicaragua under Honduras, since they reached that number first.

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All data comes from the IMF

www.imf.org/external/datamapper/PPPPC@WEO/OEMDC/ADVEC/WEOWORLD