African countries by GDP:
Above all, we will discuss African countries by GDP. The GDP of African countries is low compared to other developed countries. The African economy is rich in human resources and natural beauty. African countries are also rich in natural resources. Trade, industry, and agriculture are growing day by day in African countries because of increasing sales of services and manufacturing.
In 2019, the total population of Africa is 1.3 billion approx. Africa is consisting of 54 countries. in 2013, Africa is considered the poorest region in the world but nowadays, the African economy is growing very fast.
In 2013, the GDP growth rate of Africa is 5.6% a year, and the expected growth rate in 2023 is 6%. Some African countries like Egypt, Sudan, Libya, etc. have close economic relations with Arab countries that have resulted in the economic situation of these countries is improving day by day.
As of 2019, the total GDP of Africa is $2.6 trillion (Nominal) and $6.7 trillion (PPP).
The growth rate in GDP is 3.7%.
As of 2020, African GDP per capita is $1,970.
Now we discuss the Top 5 African countries by GDP.
However, it is officially called, the Arab Republic of Egypt. Its capital name is Cairo. Its official language is Arabic and its national language is Egyptian Arabic. The main religion in Egypt is Islam.
The total area of Egypt is 1,010,408 Km sq. total population is 101,576,517 in 2021. Total GDP (PPP) is $1,391 trillion and per capita is $14,023. GDP (Nominal) in 2020 is $362 billion and per capita is $3,561. The currency of Egypt is called the Egyptian pound.
In addition, Nigeria is officially called the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Its capital name is Abuja and its largest city is Lagos. His official languages are Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba. Nigerian total area is 923,770 sq. km.
Nigerian total population as of 2021 is 211,400,708. As of 2021, Its total GDP (PPP) is $1,116 trillion and per capita is $5,280. Its total GDP (Nominal) is $514,050 billion and per capita is $2,432. Its currency is called Naira.
After that South Africa is officially called the Republic of South Africa. Its capital name is Cape Town and its largest city is Johannesburg. South Africa has 11 official languages. In RSA, 80.7% are Black African, 7.9% White, and 2.6% Asian. By religion, 78% Christianity, 10.9% No religion and 2.7% others.
The total area is 1,221,037 sq. km. total population is 59,622,350(2019). As of 2021, the total GDP (PPP) is $348 billion and per capita is $12,351. Its GDP (nominal) is $317 billion and per capita is $5,235. Its official currency is called the South African rand (ZAR).
Similarly, It is officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria. Its capital and largest city name is Algiers. Her official languages are Arabic and Berber. Its main religion is Sunni Islam which is 99%. Algerian total area is 2,381,741 sq. km. its total population is 44,700,000 (2021).
As of 2019, Its total GDP (PPP) is $684.65 billion and per capita is $15,760. As of 2019, its total GDP (nominal) is $183.687 billion and per capita is $4,229. Its currency is called Algerian dinar (DZD).
In conclusion, Morocco is officially called the Kingdom of Morocco. Its capital is called Rabat and its largest city is called Casablanca. His official languages are Arabic and Berber. In Morocco, 99% are Arab Berber and 1% others by ethnic groups.
By religion, morocco is consists of 99% Muslims and 1% others. Its total area is 710,850 sq. km. as of 2020, and its total population is 37,112,080 approx. As of 2019, its total GDP (PPP) is $332.358 billion and per capita is $9,339. Its GDP (nominal) is $112.458 billion and per capita is $3,441. Its official currency is called the Moroccan dirham (MAD).
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All the country details are good. It should be a brief comparison between Asian developed countries v/s united state.