Primary Sector of The Economy - List of Countries By Agricultural Output

List of Countries By Agricultural Output

Below is a list of countries by agricultural output in 2011.

Agricultural output in 2011
Rank Country Output in
billions of US$
Composition
of GDP (%)
% of Global
Agricultural Output
World 4,249.237 6.1% 100.0%
1 China 737.113 10.1% 17.3%
European Union 316.398 1.8% 7.4%
2 India 303.382 18.1% 7.1%
3 United States 181.128 1.2% 4.3%
4 Brazil 144.589 5.8% 3.4%
5 Indonesia 126.006 14.9% 3.0%
6 Nigeria 93.179 39.0% 2.2%
7 Japan 82.173 1.4% 1.9%
8 Russia 77.717 4.2% 1.9%
9 Turkey 71.584 9.2% 1.7%
10 Australia 59.529 4.0% 1.4%
11 Iran 54.034 11.2% 1.3%
12 Spain 49.286 3.3% 1.2%
13 France 47.198 1.7% 1.1%
14 Thailand 45.971 13.3% 1.1%
15 Mexico 45.037 3.9% 1.1%
16 Argentina 44.764 10.0% 1.1%
17 Pakistan 44.008 20.9% 1.0%
18 Italy 41.776 1.9% 1.0%
19 Egypt 33.944 14.4% 0.8%
20 Malaysia 33.442 12.0% 0.8%
- Remaining Countries 1,933.377 45.5%

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