GDP of Brazil

Brazil produced a GDP of $2.4767 in 2011 (in current U.S. dollars) according to statistics from the World Bank.


Globally, Brazil ranks sixth in the world in terms of GDP, after France, Germany, Japan, China, and the United States respectively.


Regionally, this places the country first in Latin America, with a GDP nearly $1 trillion US dollars larger than the next five largest countries depicted below combined.


Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela had GDPs totaling roughly $1.5 trillion US dollars in 2011 which represents just 61% of Brazil’s GDP.

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