Members of the CELAC:
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States

The CELAC is an alliance of states that currently consists of 33 countries mainly located in the Caribbean and South America.

All member states comprise a total area of 20.41 million km² and about 651.13 million people. This is 13.5 percent of the habitable area around the world and 8.3 percent of the world population. With an economic output of 5.052 trillion US dollars annually, they represent around 5.2 percent of the global economy. The value of all exported goods from these 33 countries was 1.452 trillion US dollars per year at last count.

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Map of member countries: CELAC - Community of Latin American and Caribbean States
Antigua and Barbuda0.09 M440 km²
Argentina45.81 M2,780,000 km²
Bahamas0.41 M14,000 km²
Barbados0.28 M430 km²
Belize0.40 M23,000 km²
Bolivia12.08 M1,099,000 km²
Brazil214.33 M8,516,000 km²
Chile19.49 M757,000 km²
Colombia51.52 M1,142,000 km²
Costa Rica5.15 M51,000 km²
Cuba11.26 M110,000 km²
Dominica0.07 M750 km²
Dominican Republic11.12 M49,000 km²
Ecuador17.80 M256,000 km²
El Salvador6.31 M21,000 km²
Grenada0.12 M340 km²
Guatemala17.11 M109,000 km²
Guyana0.80 M215,000 km²
Haiti11.45 M28,000 km²
Honduras10.28 M112,000 km²
Jamaica2.83 M11,000 km²
Mexico126.71 M1,964,000 km²
Nicaragua6.85 M130,000 km²
Panama4.35 M75,000 km²
Paraguay6.70 M407,000 km²
Peru33.72 M1,285,000 km²
Saint Kitts and Nevis0.05 M260 km²
Saint Lucia0.18 M620 km²
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.10 M390 km²
Suriname0.61 M164,000 km²
Trinidad and Tobago1.53 M5,130 km²
Uruguay3.43 M176,000 km²
Venezuela28.20 M912,000 km²