UAE GDP Live 2023

  • The live counter shows estimated figures for United Arab Emirates (UAE) GDP during the current year (from January 1, 2023 up to May 18, 2024based on the latest IMF.

  • The statistic shows United Arab Emirates (UAE) gross domestic product (GDP) from 1975 to 2023, with projections up until 2027. In 2023, United Arab Emirates GDP amounted to about 519 billion U.S. dollars, almost 16 billion U.S. dollars increase from 2022, based on the latest IMF estimates.

  • UAE GDP Growth rate for 2023 was 4.2%, a 0.85% decline from 2022.

  • UAE GDP Rank 32nd (Nominal) and 34th (PPP) in 2023.

UAE GDP 2023

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has emerged as one of the world’s fastest-growing economies in recent years, and its GDP has been a key indicator of its success. In fact, the UAE’s GDP has been making waves across the globe, thanks to its impressive growth and development. According to World Bank data, the UAE’s GDP has experienced steady growth over the past decade, with some fluctuations due to changes in oil prices and the global economy. In 2022, the country’s GDP was $503.91 billion USD, up from $371.6 billion USD in 2015. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UAE’s GDP fell to $358 billion USD in 2020. Despite this setback, the country is expected to recover quickly and continue its upward trajectory in the years to come. According to recent reports, the UAE’s GDP has witnessed a steady rise, with a growth rate of 4.2% in 2023, despite the global pandemic. This remarkable achievement is largely attributed to the country’s diversified economy, which is not reliant on any single sector.

The UAE’s economy is unique in that it is not heavily dependent on any one sector. Instead, the country has diversified its economy and has been successful in developing a number of industries, including tourism, finance, logistics, and technology. This approach has allowed the UAE to weather economic storms and maintain a steady rate of growth.

The UAE’s GDP is expected to continue to grow in the coming years, with the country’s focus on developing its non-oil sectors such as tourism, logistics, and technology. These efforts have already begun to pay off, as evidenced by the growth of Dubai as a global tourism and business hub.

Another factor contributing to the UAE’s GDP growth is the government’s commitment to creating a favorable business environment. The UAE has implemented a number of policies aimed at attracting foreign investment and promoting entrepreneurship. As a result, the country has become a hub for innovation and start-ups.

Looking ahead, the UAE’s GDP is expected to continue to grow as the country pursues its goals of sustainable development and economic diversification. By investing in its non-oil sectors, promoting sustainability, and creating a favorable business environment, the UAE is positioning itself for long-term economic success.

In conclusion, the UAE’s GDP is a reflection of the country’s economic success and its commitment to sustainable development. With its diversified economy, focus on non-oil sectors, and favorable business environment, the UAE is poised for continued growth and development in the years to come.

IMF projections for 2020 through 2027

The following list contains the various countries’ projected GDP (nominal) from 2020 to 2027. (GDP in million U.S Dollar)

UAE GDP 1975 - 2027

United Arab Emirates GDP - Historical Data - 2024 Forecast

YearGDPPer CapitaGrowth
2027$617.48B$54,0954.24%
2026$587.02B$52,1994.02%
2025$560.70B$50,6063.88%
2024$538.19B$49,3033.87%
2023$519.05B$48,2624.2%
2022$503.91B$47,7925.05%
2021$419.76B$41,2053.8%
2020$358.80B$36,284-4.8%
2019$417.99B$45,3761.11%
2018$427.05B$46,7221.31%
2017$390.52B$43,0640.74%
2016$369.26B$41,0555.56%
2015$370.28B$41,5256.79%
2014$414.11B$46,8664.17%
2013$400.22B$45,7305.06%
2012$384.61B$44,3874.78%
2011$350.67B$40,8936.93%
2010$289.79B$34,1661.60%
2009$253.55B$31,723-5.24%
2008$315.47B$45,1413.19%
2007$257.92B$43,9183.18%
2006$222.12B$45,3409.84%
2005$180.62B$42,1914.86%
2004$147.82B$37,0189.57%
2003$124.35B$32,6078.80%
2002$109.82B$30,2222.43%
2001$103.31B$29,9091.40%
2000$104.34B$31,85610.85%
1999$84.45B$27,2622.90%
1998$75.67B$25,9060.29%
1997$78.84B$28,7098.19%
1996$73.57B$28,5975.80%
1995$65.74B$27,0116.69%
1994$59.31B$25,4636.90%
1993$55.63B$25,0191.26%
1992$54.24B$25,6303.34%
1991$51.55B$25,6680.86%
1990$50.70B$26,68318.33%
1989$41.46B$23,14112.34%
1988$36.28B$21,545-2.62%
1987$36.38B$23,0883.38%
1986$33.94B$23,111-14.96%
1985$40.60B$29,433-3.59%
1984$41.81B$31,9554.02%
1983$42.80B$34,587-4.75%
1982$46.62B$39,922-6.72%
1981$49.33B$44,8414.66%
1980$43.60B$42,99523.87%
1979$31.23B$34,37220.92%
1978$23.78B$29,527-1.59%
1977$24.87B$35,18621.44%
1976$19.21B$31,28316.53%
1975$14.72B$27,090%