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Figure 6-1

International comparisons of GDP and GDP per capita, by country/region: 1991–2003

GDP GDP per capita


1999 U.S. PPP dollars (billions) 1999 U.S. PPP dollars (thousands)
United South United South United
States Europe Japan Korea States Germany Japan Korea Kingdom France
1991 6,949.12 6,509.97 2,868.11 468.37 27.41 22.03 23.11 10.82 19.75 21.78
1992 7,180.19 6,594.60 2,890.71 493.84 27.95 22.36 23.21 11.29 19.75 21.99
1993 7,372.11 6,579.59 2,895.76 520.96 28.32 21.95 23.18 11.79 20.17 21.71
1994 7,668.45 6,767.60 2,914.93 563.94 29.11 22.40 23.27 12.63 21.01 22.08
1995 7,860.47 6,927.60 2,963.25 614.24 29.49 22.72 23.60 13.62 21.56 22.37
1996 8,151.33 7,033.26 3,064.21 657.23 30.22 22.83 24.35 14.44 22.10 22.53
1997 8,517.95 7,193.22 3,124.74 687.79 31.21 23.11 24.77 14.97 22.78 22.88
1998 8,873.60 7,384.57 3,097.11 640.65 32.13 23.56 24.49 13.84 23.43 23.58
1999 9,268.40 7,575.21 3,110.34 701.42 33.18 24.03 24.55 15.05 24.01 24.23
2000 9,607.71 7,828.99 3,190.97 760.95 34.02 24.69 25.14 16.19 24.85 25.03
2001 9,656.25 7,948.39 3,188.59 790.14 33.84 24.85 25.05 16.69 25.22 25.42
2002 9,868.04 8,013.37 3,185.77 845.22 34.24 24.85 25.00 17.74 25.55 25.59
2003 10,176.32 8,062.37 3,265.41 871.16 34.96 24.81 25.59 18.18 26.04 25.58
GDP = Gross domestic product; PPP = purchasing power parity

NOTES: GDP converted to U.S. dollars using PPP at 1999 prices. Top panel, Europe includes Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany,
Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and United Kingdom; bottom panel, Europe includes France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, special tabulations (December 2004). See appendix table 6-1.

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