Manufacturing value added annual growth rate

percent, 1961–2019

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    1961 Ranking
    1. Guyana 13.58
    2. Pakistan 12.78
    3. Indonesia 12.27
    4. Nicaragua 11.01
    5. Thailand 10.26
    6. India 8.54
    7. Bangladesh 8.23
    8. Iran 8.00
    9. Peru 7.78
    10. Chile 7.43
    11. Venezuela 6.26
    12. France 5.90
    13. Guatemala 5.76
    14. South Korea 5.41
    15. Singapore 5.35
    16. South Africa 4.49
    17. Philippines 4.18
    18. Ecuador 3.82
    19. Bolivia 0.21
    20. Honduras -0.73
    21. Costa Rica -5.21
    2019 Ranking
    1. Bangladesh 14.20
    2. Armenia 12.00
    3. Azerbaijan 11.55
    4. Vietnam 11.29
    5. Benin 11.26
    6. Mongolia 11.04
    7. Rwanda 10.99
    8. Central African Republic 10.84
    9. Djibouti 10.73
    10. Uzbekistan 9.36
    11. Saint Lucia 8.55
    12. Kyrgyzstan 8.30
    13. Dominica 7.99
    14. Ethiopia 7.70
    15. Uganda 7.10
    16. Nepal 6.82
    17. Laos 6.75
    18. Cambodia 6.73
    19. Senegal 6.56
    20. Ghana 6.32
    21. Antigua and Barbuda 6.13
    22. Congo (Kinshasa) 6.11
    23. Brunei 5.88
    24. Kosovo 5.87
    25. Togo 5.77
    26. Albania 5.34
    27. Gambia 5.00
    28. Hungary 4.97
    29. Niger 4.52
    30. Cyprus 4.50
    31. Kazakhstan 4.50
    32. Grenada 4.49
    33. Sierra Leone 4.47
    34. Estonia 4.39
    35. Moldova 4.31
    36. Denmark 4.24
    37. Lithuania 3.94
    38. Indonesia 3.80
    39. Slovenia 3.79
    40. Malaysia 3.78
    41. Gabon 3.55
    42. Namibia 3.52
    43. Sudan 3.40
    44. Cape Verde 3.40
    45. Switzerland 3.25
    46. Norway 3.25
    47. Philippines 3.21
    48. Bolivia 3.19
    49. Kenya 3.17
    50. Ireland 3.13
    51. Guatemala 3.10
    52. Botswana 2.84
    53. Morocco 2.40
    54. United Arab Emirates 2.18
    55. Latvia 2.14
    56. Honduras 2.12
    57. Belize 2.00
    58. Costa Rica 1.89
    59. Sri Lanka 1.86
    60. Seychelles 1.66
    61. Finland 1.66
    62. Iceland 1.64
    63. Colombia 1.59
    64. Bahrain 1.59
    65. Georgia 1.41
    66. South Korea 1.41
    67. El Salvador 1.36
    68. Saint Kitts and Nevis 1.36
    69. Russia 1.29
    70. Belarus 1.15
    71. Mozambique 1.08
    72. Czech Republic 1.01
    73. Ukraine 0.98
    74. Austria 0.92
    75. Chad 0.90
    76. India 0.85
    77. Greece 0.82
    78. Netherlands 0.77
    79. Luxembourg 0.77
    80. Nigeria 0.77
    81. Jamaica 0.70
    82. Mauritius 0.70
    83. Slovakia 0.68
    84. Chile 0.60
    85. Hong Kong 0.42
    86. Sweden 0.42
    87. Spain 0.36
    88. Mexico 0.25
    89. France 0.24
    90. Nicaragua 0.17
    91. Brazil 0.10
    92. Turkey 0.05
    93. Croatia 0.02
    94. Canada -0.01
    95. Ecuador -0.09
    96. Belgium -0.24
    97. Lesotho -0.41
    98. Italy -0.48
    99. Bosnia and Herzegovina -0.63
    100. Pakistan -0.66
    101. Thailand -0.70
    102. Portugal -0.71
    103. South Africa -0.79
    104. Romania -0.82
    105. Paraguay -1.00
    106. Uruguay -1.07
    107. Algeria -1.26
    108. Singapore -1.44
    109. Australia -1.48
    110. Panama -1.50
    111. Saudi Arabia -1.56
    112. United Kingdom -1.66
    113. Peru -1.69
    114. Kuwait -1.87
    115. Qatar -1.93
    116. Germany -3.39
    117. Barbados -3.39
    118. Mali -3.75
    119. Argentina -6.26
    120. Saint Vincent and Grenadines -10.00
    121. Suriname -10.37
    122. Equatorial Guinea -11.97
    123. Liberia -13.10

    Annual growth rate for manufacturing value added based on constant local currency. Aggregates are based on constant 2010 U.S. dollars. 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.

    Source: World Bank