GDP Per Capita for Africa for 1968
Updated on February 12, 2022.

According to recent data from the World Bank, in 1968, the 3 African countries with the top 3 highest GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Per Capita were:

  1. South Africa: US$ 711.23
  2. Gabon: US$ 520.48
  3. Zambia: US$ 409.78

On the other hand, the 3 African countries with the 3 lowest GDP Per Capita in 1968 were:

  1. Rwanda: US$ 48.78
  2. Burundi: US$ 54.9
  3. Malawi: US$ 54.92

Use the interactive visualization and table below to explore this data for each African country for the year 1968. You can also see links at the bottom of this page to see the historical GDP Per Capita information for each African country.

The World Bank defines GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Per Capita as "the gross domestic product divided by midyear population" .

See also: GDP of Africa in 1968.

Data Source: World Bank.
GDP Per Capita for Africa for 1968 (US$)
See also the GDP Per Capita of Africa for other years:
Table of GDP Per Capita for Africa for 1968
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Country GDP Per Capita (US$)
Algeria 281.93
Benin 116.9
Botswana 110.98
Burkina Faso 84.73
Burundi 54.9
Cameroon 168.7
Republic of Congo 200.4
Ivory Coast 271.85
Democratic Republic of the Congo 206.72
Central African Republic 109.95
Chad 129.73
Egypt 180.41
Equatorial Guinea 225.49
Eswatini 196.3
Gabon 520.48
Gambia 93.85
Ghana 200.31
Kenya 128.4
Lesotho 62.46
Madagascar 165.48
Malawi 54.92
Mali 59.47
Mauritania 288.44
Morocco 212.75
Zambia 409.78
Zimbabwe 299.4
Uganda 117.39
Tunisia 250.69
Togo 124.35
Sudan 150.02
Somalia 86.55
South Africa 711.23
Sierra Leone 124.76
Senegal 326.2
Rwanda 48.78
Niger 150.38
Nigeria 97.2
Seychelles 314.35

GDP Per Capita of African Countries

Use the links below to see the historical GDP Per Capita for each African country.