GDP Per Capita Country Comparisons 1994 to 2014

The following shows that Argentina, who were applying for OECD membership in 2016, had a greater increase in GDP, when compared to a similar South American Country who was an OECD member for the 20 years in this comparison, and a few other major OECD members.

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Comparison of OECD and Non OECD Countries GDP Per Capita 1994 to 2014.

The following shows that Argentina, who were applying for OECD membership in 2016, had a greater increase in GDP, when compared to a similar South American Country who was an OECD member for the 20 years in this comparison, and a few other major OECD members.


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This comparison though does show that these differences do not seem to mean much in themselves, for OECD membership benefits.

Gross domestic product based on purchasing-power-parity (PPP) per capita GDP

Argentina (Not Yet an OECD Member)

1994 10,462
2014 22,582 a 115% increase 1994 to 2014

Mexico (a Member of OECD since 1994)

1994 9,703
2014 17,880 an 84% increase 1994 to 2014


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USA (a Member of OECD since 1961)

1994 27,755
2014 54,596 a 96% increase 1994 to 2014

Canada (a Member of OECD since 1961)

1994 22,570
2014 44,843 a 98% increase 1994 to 2014

UK (a Member of OECD since 1961)

1994 19,821
2014 39,511 a 99% increase 1994 to 2014

Australia (a Member of OECD since 1971)

1994 21,972
2014 46,433 a 111% increase 1994 to 2014

Turkey (a Member of OECD since 1961)

1994 7,984
2014 19,610 a 145% increase 1994 to 2014


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