Which Country is the Most Productive with Freshwater?

Water Productivity (Constant PPP USD GDP Per Cubic Metre of Freshwater Withdrawals) (USD), 2014 or latest
Energy & Utility | March 22, 2018
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Based on a comparison of 167 countries in 2014, Singapore ranked the highest in water productivity in constant PPP GDP per cubic metre of freshwater withdrawals with USD 1,493 followed by Luxembourg and Equatorial Guinea. On the other end of the scale was Madagascar with USD 0.584, Tajikistan with USD 0.650 and Kyrgyzstan with USD 0.731.

Average water productivity in constant PPP GDP per cubic metre of freshwater withdrawals reached USD 18.3 in 2014 in the World according to World Bank / EIA. This is 5.89 % less than in the previous year and % the same as 10 years ago.

Historically, average water productivity in constant PPP GDP per cubic metre of freshwater withdrawals reached an all time high of USD 30.7 in 1972 and an all time low of USD 3.11 in 1977. The average annual growth amounted to 0.707 % since 1967.

Data for more countries are available at Water Productivity (Constant PPP USD GDP Per Cubic Metre of Freshwater Withdrawals) indicator page.