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Where does Ethiopia rank in the world by GDP?

Last Updated: 22nd June, 2020

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With about 109 million people (2018), Ethiopia isthe second most populous nation in Africa after Nigeria, and thefastest growing economy in the region. However, it is alsoone of the poorest, with a per capita income of $790.Ethiopia aims to reach lower-middle-income status by2025.

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Regarding this, what is the GDP in Ethiopia?

80.56 billion USD (2017)

Furthermore, which country has highest purchasing power? Let's take a look at the top 10 countries that have thehighest purchasing power.

  1. Saudi Arabia. Saudi women walk at a shopping mall in the Saudicapital of Riyadh | Hassan Ammar/AFP/Getty Images.
  2. Switzerland.
  3. Belize.
  4. Luxembourg.
  5. Australia.
  6. Germany.
  7. Denmark.
  8. Qatar.

Similarly, it is asked, is Ethiopia rich or poor?

In 2000, Ethiopia, the second-most populouscountry in Africa, was the third-poorest country in the world. Itsannual GDP per capita was only about $650. More than 50% of thepopulation lived below the global poverty line, the highestpoverty rate in the world.

Who has the largest GDP in the world?

United States

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