The GDP of Cyprus in 2011 was about $25 billion. Here’s how to put that amount of annual economic activity into perspective:
1. If Cyprus was a US state, it would rank No. 51 for Gross State Product, behind No. 50 Vermont at $25.9 billion and No. 49 Wyoming at $37.6 billion. (Corrected and updated with 2011 data.)
2. At only $25 billion in annual economic output, Cyprus has a smaller economy than many US cities including Akron, OH ($28 billion), Anchorage, AK ($27.5 billion), Boise, ID ($27.2 billion), Charleston, SC ($28.9 billion), Colorado Springs, CO ($26.8 billion), El Paso, TX ($28.7 billion), Syracuse, NY ($27.4 billion), Toledo, OH ($28 billion), and Wichita, KS ($27.3 billion).