Cuba has the 190th largest economy in the world . The gross domestic product (GDP) of Cuba is $77.15 (USD Billion) and its growth was 2.69% from 2012 to 2013. Its highest GDP was recorded in 2013 and its average GDP in the last 10 years is $64.73 (USD Billion).
Cuba GDP per capita is $6,789.85 (USD). However, when factoring in purchase power parity (PPP), it becomes $20,648.97 (USD), making it the 190th richest country in the world. The average GDP adjusted to PPP per capita in the last 10 years was $17,836.84 (USD).
GDP Of Cuba Per Year
Cuba's GDP & Other Economic Statistics
|Gross domestic savings||9.84||10.04||10.04||USD Billion|
|GDP per capita, PPP||20,648.97||19,820.98||20,648.97||International $|
|GDP per capita growth||2.51||2.84||11.93||%|
|GDP per capita||6,789.85||6,448.16||6,789.85||USD|
|GNI per capita, PPP||18,630.00||17,660.00||18,630.00||International $|
|GNI, PPP||210.99||199.69||210.99||International $ Billion|
|Services, etc., value added||42.19||39.67||42.19||USD Billion|
|Industry, value added||11.63||10.93||11.63||USD Billion|
|Manufacturing, value added||6.07||5.62||6.07||USD Billion|
|Agriculture, value added||2.83||2.66||2.83||USD Billion|
|Gross fixed capital formation||6.70||6.96||6.96||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 Cuba – current values and historical information. The information was last updated 2016.
GDP Of Cuba vs. Other Countries
|Rank||Country||GDP (USD Billion), 2005|