Argentina has the 21st largest economy in the world and is one of the richest countries in the world. The gross domestic product (GDP) of Argentina is $583.17 (USD Billion) and its growth was 2.37% from 2014 to 2015. Its highest GDP was recorded in 2015 and its average GDP in the last 10 years is $439.51 (USD Billion).
Argentina GDP per capita is $13,431.88 (USD). .
GDP Of Argentina Per Year
Argentina's GDP & Other Economic Statistics
|Gross domestic savings||93.53||100.43||111.84||USD Billion|
|GDP per capita growth||1.34||-3.56||9.22||%|
|GDP per capita||13,431.88||12,324.94||13,431.88||USD|
|Services, etc., value added||323.74||282.05||323.74||USD Billion|
|Industry, value added||135.74||127.71||135.74||USD Billion|
|Manufacturing, value added||84.19||77.66||84.19||USD Billion|
|Agriculture, value added||29.33||35.39||37.17||USD Billion|
|Gross fixed capital formation||91.01||85.02||91.84||USD Billion|
What is Gross Domestic Product (GDP)?
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of market value of all final goods and service produced in a yearly period. This page provides the GDP of Argentina – current values and historical information. The information was last updated 2016.
GDP Of Argentina vs. Other Countries
|Rank||Country||GDP (USD Billion), 2005|