Countries With Lowest GDP From Transport - Bottom 10 World

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GDP From Transport Latest Reference
Bahrain
Belize
Brunei
El Salvador
Estonia
Georgia
Jordan
Maldives
Rwanda
United States

Rwanda Gdp From Transport was last reported at 49.00 BWP Million. Source: National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda. Current Prices. Forecast: 49 BWP Million.
Belize Gdp From Transport stands at 68.20 BZD Million and is the lowest gdp from transport. Source: Statistical Institute of Belize. Constant Prices 2000, NSA. Forecast: 64 BZD Million.
Bahrain GDP From Transport latest value is 224.20 BHD Million. Source: Ministry of Finance, Bahrain. Forecast: 226 BHD Million.
El Salvador Gdp From Transport was last reported at 244.10 USD Million. It ranks as the world's 3rd lowest recorded gdp from transport. Source: Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 244 USD Million.
Brunei Gdp From Transport stands at 270.20 BND Million and is the 4th lowest gdp from transport. Source: Department of Economic Planning and Development, Brunei. Constant prices 2010, NSA. Forecast: 280.5 BND Million.
Estonia GDP From Transport latest value is 271.87 EUR Million. Source: Statistics Estonia. Forecast: 289.4992 EUR Million.
Jordan GDP From Transport was last reported at 407.85 JOD Million. It ranks as the world's 6th lowest recorded gdp from transport. Source: The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Department of Statistics. Constant prices 1994, NSA. Forecast: 425.1 JOD Million.
Georgia GDP From Transport stands at 455.60 GEL Million and is the 7th lowest gdp from transport. Source: National Statistics Office of Georgia. Constant prices 2003, NSA. Forecast: 455.5 GEL Million.
Maldives Gdp From Transport latest value is 533.90 MVR Million, it is ranked as the 8th world's lowest gdp from transport. Source: Maldives Monetary Authority. 2003=100, NSA. Forecast: 552.6 MVR Million.
The country with lowest economic is Bahrain (224.20 BHD Million in Q1 2017) followed by El Salvador (244.10 USD Million in Q1 2017) in the second position and Brunei (270.20 BND Million in Q4 2016) in the third.