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English: Gross domestic product per capita at constant PPP prices, 1950-2008. Latin America (minus Cuba) in orange, and Chile in blue (2000 international dollars). Sources: ECLAC( Producto interno bruto, A.1 Población total and A.5 Tipos de cambio); IMF's April 2012 WEO database ( Implied PPP conversion rate for 2000).

Latin America data includes: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. Does not include Cuba due to missing data.

Note: GDP in constant 2000 US dollars was multiplied by the 2000 exchange rate to the US dollar and divided by the 2000 implied PPP conversion rate. The result was divided by the population of the respective year.
Date 22 February 2010
Source Own work
Author Cantus


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