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ICP Data Visualizations

Results from the ICP 2017 cycle are presented in the interactive visualizations linked below and show 2017 data for selected expenditure components including major aggregates of GDP and food item groups. The following ICP indicators are used (PPP = purchasing power parity; MER = market exchange rate):

·        Price level index (World = 100)

·        Expenditure per capita index, PPP-based (World =100)  

·        Expenditure per capita, PPP-based  (US$)

·        Expenditure, PPP-based  (US$, billions)

·        Share of global expenditure, PPP-based (World =100%) 

·        Share of global expenditure, MER-based (World =100%) 

·        Expenditure component share of GDP (GDP = 100%)

·        Share of global population (World = 100%)

The full definition of each indicator is provided through metadata links in the World Bank’s Databank. World Bank regions are used to present aggregate totals and averages.  Appendix J of the May 2020 report Purchasing Power Parities and the Size of World Economies: Results from the 2017 International Comparison Program lists all economies by region and FY19 income group.  Visualizations of the main results are also presented in Chapter 1 of the same report. The underlying data by economy and region used for the visualizations can be accessed and downloaded from the World Bank’s Databank.

To view Price levels for food, beverages and tobacco by region and economy, 2017 in full screen, click here

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To view Purchasing power parity-based indicators for major expenditure components by region, 2017 in full screen, click here. 

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To view Price levels for individual consumption expenditure components by region and economy, 2017 in full screen, click here

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To view PPP-based expenditures and share of global totals for GDP and selected aggregates by region and economy, 2017 in full screen, click here

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To view Share of market exchange rate-based and PPP-based global GDP and global populations by region  2017 in full screen, click here.

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