Members of the CAN:
Andean Community of Nations
The CAN is a trade agreement that currently consists of nine countries in South America.
All member states comprise a total area of 16.42 million km² and about 404.87 million people. This is 10.9 percent of the habitable area around the world and 5.1 percent of the world population. With an economic output of 3.196 trillion US dollars annually, they represent around 3.3 percent of the global economy. The value of all exported goods from these nine countries was 695.85 billion US dollars per year at last count.
Official website (Spanish): https://www.comunidadandina.org/
|Argentina||45.81 M||2,780,000 km²||487.23 bn US$|
|Bolivia||12.08 M||1,099,000 km²||40.41 bn US$|
|Brazil||214.33 M||8,516,000 km²||1.609 tn US$|
|Chile||19.49 M||757,000 km²||317.06 bn US$|
|Colombia||51.52 M||1,142,000 km²||314.46 bn US$|
|Ecuador||17.80 M||256,000 km²||106.17 bn US$|
|Paraguay||6.70 M||407,000 km²||39.50 bn US$|
|Peru||33.72 M||1,285,000 km²||223.25 bn US$|
|Uruguay||3.43 M||176,000 km²||59.32 bn US$|