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Economic Activity
The total GDP of PECC members as of 2009 was approximately US$30.6 trillion, accounting for 54% of global economic output.

Population
The total population of all PECC as of 2009 is estimated to be 2.6 billion, or 40% of the global population.

Trade
PECC members exported a total of US$6.7 trillion dollars (41% of all global exports) in 2008 and imported a total of US$7.2 trillion dollars (44% of global imports).

 

 

Economy

GDP per capita (US$)
2009

GDP
(US$ bn)
2009

Population (millions)
2009

Current Account
(US$ bn)
2009

Exports
(US$ bn)
2008

Imports
(US$bn)
2008

Australia

41,982

920.0

21.9

-29.9

185.7

211.1

Brunei Darussalam

36,681

14.7

0.4

5.2

10.2

2.6

Canada

39,217

1,319.1

33.6

-34.3

456.5

449.1

Chile

8,853

150.4

17.0

1.1

70.4

56.0

China

3,566

4,757.7

1,334.3

371.5

1,429.3

1,131.9

Colombia

4,662

228.6

49.0

-6.7

37.6

39.7

Ecuador

3,939

55.6

14.1

-1.7

18.5

17.4

Hong Kong, China

29,559

208.8

7.1

22.3

363.0

388.9

Indonesia

2,224

514.9

231.5

4.5

137.0

129.3

Japan

39,573

5,048.6

127.6

96.9

783.1

761.8

Korea

16,450

800.3

48.7

27.0

426.8

435.3

Malaysia

7,469

207.4

27.8

27.8

199.5

156.9

Mexico

8,040

866.3

107.8

-10.8

291.3

339.5

Mongolia

1,564

4.2

2.7

-0.3

2.5

3.2

New Zealand

25,354

109.6

4.3

-7.8

30.6

34.2

Peru

4,377

127.4

29.1

-2.7

27.9

29.1

Philippines

1,721

158.7

92.2

5.1

49.1

60.4

Singapore

34,346

163.1

4.8

20.5

339.4

319.8

Chinese Taipei

15,373

357.3

23.2

28.2

255.6

240.4

Thailand

3,973

266.4

67.1

12.9

173.2

178.5

United States

46,443

14,266.2

307.2

-369.8

1,300.2

2,166.0

Vietnam

1,052

91.8

87.2

-8.9

62.7

80.7

             

All PECC Members

 

30,637.3

2,638.5

 

6,650.4

7,231.9

World

 

57,209.7

6,739.4

 

16,062.6

16,581.4

% World

 

53.6%

39.2%

 

41.4%

43.6%

Sources: IMF WEO October 2009, IMF DOTS November 2009, Taiwan Bureau of Foreign Trade.

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