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Purchasing Power Parity by Country

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 2/19/2015

Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) can be used to determine domestic currency power between two rival nations.

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Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) serves as an economic theory used in determining the amount of adjustment required between the exchange rate of two countries when purchasing similar goods. This can have an effect on both domestic currencies in question as well as supply-and-demand of the goods in question. The equation allows for calculating the same price of a specific item across two domestic currencies and can therefore be used to determine the relative value of other goods.


Purchasing Power Parity data through 2013. The values below are displayed in USD ($).

1
16,720,000,000,000
2
13,390,000,000,000
3
4,990,000,000,000
4
4,729,000,000,000
5
3,227,000,000,000
6
2,553,000,000,000
7
2,416,000,000,000
8
2,387,000,000,000
9
2,276,000,000,000
10
1,845,000,000,000
11
1,805,000,000,000
12
1,666,000,000,000
13
1,518,000,000,000
14
1,389,000,000,000
15
1,285,000,000,000
16
1,167,000,000,000
17
998,300,000,000
18
987,100,000,000
19
927,800,000,000
20
926,400,000,000
21
814,000,000,000
22
771,000,000,000
23
699,700,000,000
24
673,000,000,000
25
595,700,000,000
26
574,100,000,000
27
551,400,000,000
28
526,500,000,000
29
525,000,000,000
30
478,500,000,000
31
454,300,000,000
32
421,700,000,000
33
407,400,000,000
34
393,800,000,000
35
371,200,000,000
36
361,000,000,000
37
358,900,000,000
38
344,000,000,000
39
339,000,000,000
40
337,400,000,000
41
335,400,000,000
42
324,600,000,000
43
288,500,000,000
44
285,600,000,000
45
284,700,000,000
46
282,200,000,000
47
273,200,000,000
48
269,800,000,000
49
267,100,000,000
50
249,400,000,000
51
243,600,000,000
52
243,300,000,000
53
211,300,000,000
54
198,700,000,000
55
196,600,000,000
56
195,500,000,000
57
180,000,000,000
58
165,800,000,000
59
157,600,000,000
60
150,400,000,000
61
136,000,000,000
62
134,500,000,000
63
133,400,000,000
64
131,800,000,000
65
121,000,000,000
66
118,200,000,000
67
112,600,000,000
68
111,100,000,000
69
108,400,000,000
70
107,600,000,000
71
104,600,000,000
72
102,700,000,000
73
94,860,000,000
74
90,410,000,000
75
89,970,000,000
76
81,510,000,000
77
80,470,000,000
78
79,900,000,000
79
79,290,000,000
80
77,560,000,000
81
73,600,000,000
82
67,430,000,000
83
64,310,000,000
84
61,630,000,000
85
61,540,000,000
86
59,110,000,000
87
57,360,000,000
88
56,270,000,000
89
55,160,000,000
90
54,370,000,000
91
53,160,000,000
92
47,470,000,000
93
45,900,000,000
94
45,300,000,000
95
43,670,000,000
96
42,060,000,000
97
40,000,000,000
98
39,640,000,000
99
39,230,000,000
100
38,870,000,000
101
34,960,000,000
102
32,160,000,000
103
29,940,000,000
104
29,390,000,000
105
28,340,000,000
106
28,150,000,000
107
28,000,000,000
108
27,970,000,000
109
27,300,000,000
110
27,300,000,000
111
25,470,000,000
112
22,030,000,000
113
20,780,000,000
114
20,610,000,000
115
20,260,000,000
116
19,200,000,000
117
18,900,000,000
118
17,790,000,000
119
17,030,000,000
120
14,710,000,000
121
14,300,000,000
122
13,980,000,000
123
7,496,000,000
124
5,896,000,000
125
4,020,000,000
126
3,336,000,000

Partial Sources: CIA.gov, CIA World Factbook, wikipedia.com, public domain print and media sources and user contributions. Some values may be estimated when official sources are lacking.

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