Senegal GNP 1968-2022

GNI (formerly GNP) is the sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in the valuation of output plus net receipts of primary income (compensation of employees and property income) from abroad. Data are in current U.S. dollars. GNI, calculated in national currency, is usually converted to U.S. dollars at official exchange rates for comparisons across economies, although an alternative rate is used when the official exchange rate is judged to diverge by an exceptionally large margin from the rate actually applied in international transactions. To smooth fluctuations in prices and exchange rates, a special Atlas method of conversion is used by the World Bank. This applies a conversion factor that averages the exchange rate for a given year and the two preceding years, adjusted for differences in rates of inflation between the country, and through 2000, the G-5 countries (France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States). From 2001, these countries include the Euro area, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
  • Senegal gnp for 2021 was $26.46B, a 10.52% increase from 2020.
  • Senegal gnp for 2020 was $23.94B, a 2.25% increase from 2019.
  • Senegal gnp for 2019 was $23.42B, a 6.14% increase from 2018.
  • Senegal gnp for 2018 was $22.06B, a 12.11% increase from 2017.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Billions of US $
Ethiopia $113.59B
Tanzania $67.77B
Democratic Republic of Congo $53.27B
Uganda $39.49B
Nepal $36.59B
Senegal $26.46B
Zimbabwe $21.18B
Burkina Faso $18.39B
Mali $18.24B
Benin $17.12B
Haiti $16.42B
Mozambique $15.44B
Niger $14.80B
Madagascar $14.19B
Guinea $13.62B
Malawi $12.31B
Rwanda $11.26B
Tajikistan $11.22B
Chad $11.06B
Togo $8.30B
Somalia $7.29B
Sierra Leone $4.15B
Liberia $3.22B
Burundi $2.88B
Central African Republic $2.61B
Gambia $1.98B
Guinea-Bissau $1.57B
Comoros $1.30B
Senegal GNP - Historical Data
Year GNP Per Capita Growth Rate
2021 $26.46B $1,540 6.43%
2020 $23.94B $1,430 1.50%
2019 $23.42B $1,440 4.60%
2018 $22.06B $1,390 6.47%
2017 $19.68B $1,280 7.19%
2016 $19.11B $1,270 6.29%
2015 $19.15B $1,310 5.62%
2014 $19.36B $1,370 5.90%
2013 $18.53B $1,340 2.36%
2012 $17.63B $1,320 3.91%
2011 $16.95B $1,300 0.71%
2010 $16.91B $1,330 3.51%
2009 $16.37B $1,330 1.96%
2008 $14.92B $1,240 3.96%
2007 $12.81B $1,100 2.84%
2006 $11.69B $1,030 2.59%
2005 $10.96B $990 4.38%
2004 $9.37B $870 4.85%
2003 $7.66B $730 5.95%
2002 $6.41B $620 -0.15%
2001 $6.51B $650 4.56%
2000 $6.52B $670 3.84%
1999 $6.56B $690 5.67%
1998 $6.48B $690 6.24%
1997 $6.45B $710 2.92%
1996 $6.24B $700 3.28%
1995 $6.40B $740 5.70%
1994 $6.51B $770 -0.01%
1993 $7.67B $930 0.50%
1992 $7.84B $980 2.25%
1991 $7.19B $930 2.61%
1990 $6.95B $920 -0.29%
1989 $6.90B $940 4.30%
1988 $6.73B $950 -1.03%
1987 $5.69B $830 6.25%
1986 $4.29B $640 3.33%
1985 $3.61B $560 3.58%
1984 $3.51B $560 3.08%
1983 $3.67B $600 -5.58%
1982 $4.53B $770 8.12%
1981 $4.80B $840 4.62%
1980 $4.68B $840 3.82%
1979 $3.90B $720 7.48%
1978 $3.10B $580 -4.43%
1977 $3.06B $590 -2.47%
1976 $3.05B $600 9.66%
1975 $2.75B $560 7.28%
1974 $2.16B $450 3.82%
1973 $1.74B $370 -6.35%
1972 $1.56B $350 6.26%
1971 $1.38B $320 -0.21%
1970 $1.38B $320 8.15%
1969 $1.29B $310 -6.36%
1968 $1.36B $340 %