Comparison of Productivity Levels Among Asean Countries (at Constant 2011 PPP $)

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GDP Per Employed Person ( at Constant 2011 PPP $), ASEAN Countries : 2013-2017

COUNTRY at Constant 2011 PPP$ Growth Rate Arithmetic
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 AVE. 13-’14 14-’15 15-’16 16-17 mean
Brunei Darussalam    165,904    158,602    155,208    149,431    145,634   154,956 (4.40) (2.14) (3.72) (2.54) (3.20)
Cambodia         5,168         5,424         5,705         5,992         6,299      5,718 4.94 5.18 5.04 5.13 5.07
Indonesia      20,885      21,613      22,866      23,381      24,247     22,598 3.49 5.80 2.25 3.70 3.81
Lao PDR         9,520      10,037      10,557      11,068      11,554     10,547 5.43 5.18 4.84 4.39 4.96
Malaysia      50,784      52,162      53,434      54,809      56,823     53,603 2.71 2.44 2.57 3.67 2.85
Myanmar         9,503      10,165      10,793      11,369      12,021     10,770 6.97 6.18 5.33 5.73 6.05
Philippines      15,619      16,087      16,779      17,564      18,294     16,868 2.99 4.30 4.68 4.15 4.03
Singapore    143,823    144,485    141,329    145,489    148,727   144,771 0.46 (2.18) 2.94 2.22 0.86
Thailand      25,587      25,888      27,062      27,885      28,904     27,065 1.18 4.54 3.04 3.66 3.10
Vietnam         8,531         8,882         9,401         9,912      10,453      9,436 4.12 5.84 5.44 5.46 5.21

Updated as of : 11 November 2018

Note: GDP per person employed is gross domestic product (GDP) divided by total employment in the economy. Purchasing power parity (PPP) GDP is GDP converted to 2011

Source of data : Worldbank Organization, World Development Indicators, International Labour Organization, Key Indicators of the Labour Market database

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