France GDP PPP

France economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. France’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

Mexico GDP PPP

Mexico economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. Mexico’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

Indonesia GDP PPP

Indonesia economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. Indonesia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

Australia GDP PPP

Australia economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. Australia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

United Kingdom GDP PPP

United Kingdom economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. United Kingdom’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

Brazil GDP PPP

Brazil economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. Brazil’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

EU GDP PPP

European Union (EU) economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services among countries. EU’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.

Russia GDP PPP

Russia economy size measured in Power Purchasing Parity, i.e. comparing relative standard of living and ability to afford goods and services. Russia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) chart showing historical economic growth as measured in PPP international dollars.