Countries With Lowest GDP From Mining - Bottom 10 World

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GDP From Mining Latest Reference
Benin
Estonia
Georgia
Honduras
Jordan
Mauritius
Palestine
Rwanda
Senegal
Tunisia

Palestine Gdp From Mining latest value is 6.20 USD million. Source: Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. Constant prices, 2004. Forecast: 6.9 USD million.
Benin GDP From Extraction, Mining and Oil was last reported at 10.70 XOF Billion. It ranks as the world's lowest recorded gdp from mining. Source: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). Constant Prices 1985, NSA. Forecast: 10.7 XOF Billion.
Senegal Gdp From Mining stands at 23.70 Million FCFA and is the 2nd lowest gdp from mining. Source: ANSD, Senegal. Constant Prices 1999. Forecast: 23.7192 Million FCFA.
Rwanda Gdp From Mining latest value is 34.00 RWF Billion, it is ranked as the 3rd world's lowest gdp from mining. Source: National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda. Constant Prices 2014. Forecast: 38.1348 RWF Billion.
Estonia GDP From Mining stands at 56.08 EUR Million and is the 5th lowest gdp from mining. Source: Statistics Estonia. Constant Prices 2010, NSA. Forecast: 52.404 EUR Million.
Georgia GDP From Mining and Quarrying latest value is 60.20 GEL Million, it is ranked as the 6th world's lowest gdp from mining. Source: National Statistics Office of Georgia. Constant prices 2003, NSA. Forecast: 61.7 GEL Million.
Honduras Gdp From Mining was last reported at 81.00 HNL Million. It ranks as the world's 7th lowest recorded gdp from mining. Source: Banco Central De Honduras. Constant Prices, SA. Forecast: 86 HNL Million.
Tunisia GDP From Mining stands at 105.41 TND Million and is the 8th lowest gdp from mining. Source: National Institute of Statistics - Tunisia. Constant Prices 2010, NSA. Forecast: 100.5636 TND Million.
Mauritius Gdp From Mining latest value is 107.00 MUR million, it is ranked as the 9th world's lowest gdp from mining. Source: Central Statistics Office, Mauritius. Constant Prices, 2006. Forecast: 133.2102 MUR million.
The country with lowest GDP From Mining is Benin (10.70 XOF Billion in 2015) followed by Tunisia (105.41 TND Million in Q1 2017) in the second position and Mauritius (107.00 MUR million in Q1 2017) in the third.