Argentina GNI Per Capita 1964-2024

GNI per capita (formerly GNP per capita) is the gross national income, converted to U.S. dollars using the World Bank Atlas method, divided by the midyear population. GNI 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. 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.
  • Argentina gni per capita for 2022 was $11,620, a 16.67% increase from 2021.
  • Argentina gni per capita for 2021 was $9,960, a 10.54% increase from 2020.
  • Argentina gni per capita for 2020 was $9,010, a 19.7% decline from 2019.
  • Argentina gni per capita for 2019 was $11,220, a 9.73% decline from 2018.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name GNI Per Capita (US $)
Bermuda $125,240
Norway $95,510
Luxembourg $91,200
Switzerland $89,450
Ireland $81,070
United States $76,370
Denmark $73,200
Qatar $70,500
Iceland $68,220
Singapore $67,200
Sweden $62,990
Australia $60,430
Netherlands $57,430
Austria $56,140
Israel $54,650
Hong Kong $54,370
Finland $54,360
Germany $53,390
Canada $52,960
UAE $48,950
United Kingdom $48,890
Belgium $48,700
New Zealand $48,460
France $45,860
Japan $42,440
Kuwait $39,570
Italy $37,700
South Korea $35,990
Malta $33,550
Spain $31,680
Bahamas $31,530
Brunei $31,410
Slovenia $30,600
Cyprus $30,540
Estonia $27,640
Saudi Arabia $27,590
Bahrain $27,180
Czech Republic $26,590
Portugal $25,800
Puerto Rico $24,560
Turks and Caicos Islands $24,160
Lithuania $23,690
Slovak Republic $22,060
Greece $21,740
Latvia $21,500
Oman $20,150
St. Kitts and Nevis $19,730
Croatia $19,470
Barbados $19,350
Hungary $19,010
Poland $18,350
Antigua and Barbuda $18,280
Uruguay $18,030
Panama $16,750
Trinidad and Tobago $16,330
Chile $15,360
Seychelles $14,340
Argentina $11,620
Argentina GNI Per Capita - Historical Data
Year GNI Per Capita (US $) Annual % Growth
2022 $11,620 16.67%
2021 $9,960 10.54%
2020 $9,010 -19.70%
2019 $11,220 -9.73%
2018 $12,430 -5.40%
2017 $13,140 7.53%
2016 $12,220 -3.02%
2015 $12,600 2.02%
2014 $12,350 -4.04%
2013 $12,870 8.24%
2012 $11,890 11.02%
2011 $10,710 15.53%
2010 $9,270 19.46%
2009 $7,760 1.70%
2008 $7,630 17.75%
2007 $6,480 18.68%
2006 $5,460 28.77%
2005 $4,240 26.19%
2004 $3,360 -7.69%
2003 $3,640 -9.45%
2002 $4,020 -42.24%
2001 $6,960 -6.33%
2000 $7,430 -1.46%
1999 $7,540 -5.63%
1998 $7,990 -1.48%
1997 $8,110 5.32%
1996 $7,700 4.90%
1995 $7,340 -3.42%
1994 $7,600 6.89%
1993 $7,110 17.33%
1992 $6,060 56.99%
1991 $3,860 21.00%
1990 $3,190 9.25%
1989 $2,920 -24.55%
1988 $3,870 10.57%
1987 $3,500 3.55%
1986 $3,380 9.74%
1985 $3,080 -4.05%
1984 $3,210 12.24%
1983 $2,860 7.52%
1982 $2,660 -5.00%
1981 $2,800 -13.85%
1980 $3,250 10.17%
1979 $2,950 18.95%
1978 $2,480 12.22%
1977 $2,210 -5.96%
1976 $2,350 -13.60%
1975 $2,720 10.12%
1974 $2,470 35.71%
1973 $1,820 23.81%
1972 $1,470 -0.68%
1971 $1,480 12.12%
1970 $1,320 1.54%
1969 $1,300 6.56%
1968 $1,220 -1.61%
1967 $1,240 -8.82%
1966 $1,360 9.68%
1965 $1,240 9.73%
1964 $1,130 9.73%