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Gambia: IMF Data & Forecasts


  2010 2015 Scale Units
GDP at constant prices 8.72 11.15 Billions National currency
percent change in GDP at constant prices 4.82 5.12   Percent change
GDP at current prices 21.56 34.97 Billions National currency
GDP at current prices in US dollars 0.81 1.18 Billions U.S. dollars
GDP deflator 247.10 313.70   Index
GDP per Capita at constant prices 5084.63 5713.97 Units National currency
GDP per Capita at current prices 12563.95 17924.51 Units National currency
GDP per Capita at current prices in US dollars 471.31 605.41 Units U.S. dollars
GDP based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) valuation of country GDP 2.54 3.54 Billions Current international dollar
GDP based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) per capita GDP 1479.73 1817.05 Units Current international dollar
Inflation end-of-period 5.00 5.00   Percent change
GDP based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) share of world total 0.00 0.00   Percent
Implied Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) conversion rate 8.49 9.87   National currency per current international dollar
Consumer Prices Index average 194.32 248.01   Index; 2000=100
Inflation average 3.86 5.00   Percent change
Consumer Prices Index end-of-period 199.61 254.76   Index; 2000=100
Population 1.72 1.95 Millions Persons
Current account balance in US dollars -0.12 -0.12 Billions U.S. dollars
Current account balance in percent of GDP -14.37 -10.17   Percent of GDP
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