Manufacturing value added

2010 U.S. dollars, 1960–2019

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    1960 Ranking
    1. France 65,273.55
    2. India 16,487.98
    3. Venezuela 9,107.56
    4. South Africa 7,908.46
    5. Philippines 7,206.87
    6. Chile 4,934.27
    7. Peru 4,728.96
    8. Indonesia 4,375.69
    9. Thailand 2,084.08
    10. Bangladesh 1,349.07
    11. Guatemala 1,239.83
    12. Iran 1,186.68
    13. South Korea 1,062.62
    14. Ecuador 883.44
    15. Pakistan 811.33
    16. Singapore 710.13
    17. Costa Rica 514.77
    18. Bolivia 389.76
    19. Honduras 308.43
    20. Nicaragua 221.67
    21. Guyana 43.60
    2019 Ranking
    1. Germany 793,988.07
    2. India 487,615.59
    3. South Korea 402,927.72
    4. Italy 326,853.40
    5. France 299,197.66
    6. Indonesia 250,448.22
    7. Brazil 249,601.71
    8. Russia 246,230.72
    9. United Kingdom 246,180.88
    10. Mexico 203,058.65
    11. Turkey 201,482.15
    12. Canada 192,304.96
    13. Spain 171,893.35
    14. Switzerland 140,967.95
    15. Thailand 119,679.22
    16. Ireland 113,196.75
    17. Netherlands 107,136.91
    18. Malaysia 91,222.57
    19. Austria 84,844.39
    20. Australia 84,689.06
    21. Saudi Arabia 83,614.06
    22. Sweden 77,423.72
    23. Philippines 74,252.19
    24. Belgium 67,812.98
    25. Singapore 64,449.06
    26. Algeria 63,426.70
    27. Czech Republic 59,800.14
    28. Argentina 58,752.13
    29. South Africa 52,427.30
    30. Romania 49,098.39
    31. Denmark 48,095.16
    32. Bangladesh 47,755.14
    33. Colombia 47,564.54
    34. Nigeria 43,046.69
    35. Finland 42,596.14
    36. Vietnam 38,277.02
    37. United Arab Emirates 33,955.27
    38. Norway 32,526.93
    39. Pakistan 32,053.32
    40. Portugal 31,130.15
    41. Hungary 29,928.89
    42. Chile 28,199.67
    43. Peru 27,132.21
    44. Slovakia 25,714.54
    45. Qatar 23,273.02
    46. Kazakhstan 22,930.62
    47. Greece 19,562.97
    48. Morocco 18,184.09
    49. Belarus 15,356.04
    50. Ukraine 14,160.02
    51. Sri Lanka 13,629.12
    52. Slovenia 11,039.32
    53. Ecuador 10,814.12
    54. Guatemala 10,251.57
    55. Uzbekistan 9,823.14
    56. Lithuania 9,592.19
    57. Kuwait 9,309.14
    58. Croatia 8,524.81
    59. Paraguay 7,393.67
    60. Uganda 6,927.82
    61. Sudan 6,420.18
    62. Costa Rica 6,197.09
    63. Congo (Kinshasa) 6,039.17
    64. Kenya 6,016.82
    65. Uruguay 5,783.97
    66. Bahrain 4,961.20
    67. Estonia 4,145.01
    68. Ethiopia 4,128.74
    69. Senegal 3,996.26
    70. Hong Kong 3,904.19
    71. Azerbaijan 3,613.69
    72. El Salvador 3,561.86
    73. Latvia 3,544.76
    74. Honduras 3,497.49
    75. Luxembourg 3,490.01
    76. Cambodia 3,480.37
    77. Gabon 3,476.43
    78. Bolivia 3,314.56
    79. Ghana 3,227.07
    80. Equatorial Guinea 3,069.66
    81. Panama 2,754.81
    82. Bosnia and Herzegovina 2,503.54
    83. Iceland 2,300.06
    84. Brunei 2,285.42
    85. Nicaragua 1,907.60
    86. Benin 1,660.10
    87. Namibia 1,641.17
    88. Mauritius 1,603.66
    89. Georgia 1,573.33
    90. Mozambique 1,445.01
    91. Laos 1,390.69
    92. Cyprus 1,385.87
    93. Nepal 1,335.99
    94. Botswana 1,150.17
    95. Moldova 1,141.84
    96. Jamaica 1,107.18
    97. Kyrgyzstan 1,066.78
    98. Mongolia 1,034.65
    99. Albania 1,005.28
    100. Kosovo 905.39
    101. Suriname 888.63
    102. Rwanda 830.30
    103. Niger 825.78
    104. Togo 705.11
    105. Mali 492.63
    106. Central African Republic 331.81
    107. Lesotho 323.53
    108. Chad 164.93
    109. Cape Verde 130.68
    110. Seychelles 110.84
    111. Belize 95.60
    112. Sierra Leone 76.06
    113. Gambia 73.74
    114. Saint Lucia 71.58
    115. Saint Kitts and Nevis 53.27
    116. Liberia 48.89
    117. Grenada 33.52
    118. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 32.34
    119. Antigua and Barbuda 31.38
    120. Dominica 6.22

    Manufacturing refers to industries belonging to ISIC divisions 15-37. Value added is the net output of a sector after adding up all outputs and subtracting intermediate inputs. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or depletion and degradation of natural resources. The origin of value added is determined by the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), revision 3. Data are expressed constant 2010 U.S. dollars.

    Source: World Bank