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  2. Countries by GDP: The Top 25 Economies in the World › insights › worlds-top-economies

    Dec 24, 2020 · 2019 Nominal GDP Per Capita in Current U.S. Dollars: $46,195 6. Canada had $1.74 trillion in GDP ...

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  3. List of countries by GDP (nominal) - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_countries_by_GDP

    Since China's transition to a market-based economy through controlled privatisation and deregulation, the country has seen its ranking increase from ninth in 1978 to second to only the United States in 2016 as economic growth accelerated and its share of global nominal GDP surged from 2% in 1980 to 15% in 2016.

  4. List of countries by GDP (PPP) - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_countries_by_GDP_(PPP)

    GDP comparisons using PPP are arguably more useful than those using nominal GDP when assessing a nation's domestic market because PPP takes into account the relative cost of local goods, services and inflation rates of the country, rather than using international market exchange rates, which may distort the real differences in per capita income.

  5. GDP Ranked by Country 2021 - World Population Review › countries › countries-by-gdp

    As the second-largest economy in the world, China has seen an average growth rate of 9.52% ...

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  6. Top 15 Countries by GDP in 2020 | Global PEO Services › top-15-countries-by-gdp-in
    • United States. GDP – Nominal: $20.81 trillion. GDP per Capita: $63,051. GDP – Purchasing Power Parity (PPP): $20.81 trillion. A number of factors contribute to the success of the United States.
    • China. GDP – Nominal: $14.86 trillion. GDP per Capita: $10,839. GDP – Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) : $24.16 trillion. The Chinese economy, one of the fastest growing economies of the 21st century, now ranked as the second largest economy in the world, is currently valued at a GDP of $14.86 trillion.
    • Japan. GDP – Nominal: $4.91 trillion. GDP per Capita: $39,048. GDP – Purchasing Power Parity (PPP): $5.24 trillion. Japan’s four main islands – Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku, and Kyushu – constitute nearly 98% of its land area.
    • Germany. GDP – Nominal: $3.78 trillion. GDP per Capita: $45,466. GDP – Purchasing Power Parity (PPP): $4.45 trillion. Germany has the 4th largest GDP in the world.
  7. Countries by GDP (Nominal) 2020 - › economy › countries-by-gdp

    United States remains the largest economy globally with GDP (Nominal) over $20 trillion in 2020. It represents a quarter share of the global economy (24.8%). China follows, with $15 trillion, or 18.2% of the world economy. Tuvalu has the world's smallest national economy with a GDP (nominal) of approximately $45 million.

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  8. Countries With the Highest GDP - WorldAtlas › articles › countries-with-the
    • The United States
    • China
    • Japan
    • Germany
    • United Kingdom
    • France
    • India
    • Italy
    • Brazil
    • Canada

    The US has a population of 310 million people and is the world's largest economy with a GDP of 18.57 trillion dollars. Its per capita income is $56,116. The United States is highly industrialized with some of the largest automotive and technological firms located in the country. The country is the world’s largest importer and the second largest exporter. The growth of the US economy is also accredited to the fact that it protects its firms from unfair competition and promotes innovation.

    The People’s Republic of China is the second largest economy in the world with a GDP of 11.22 trillion dollars although its per capita income of $14,160 is fairly lower than other developed nations due to its population of approximately 1.382 billion people. China’s economy has risen rapidly in the past thirty years and in 2010, the country surpassed Japan. In 2014, China surpassed the United States as the largest exporter. As of 2016, China was the United State’s largest trading partner, tra...

    Japan’s economy ranks third with a GDP of $4.94 trillion, nearly a quarter of the US economy. Its per capita income is $40,763. Unlike other economies, Japan's economy is shrinking. In 2012, Japan’s economy was at an all-time high with $6.2 trillion. The country has been fighting deflation which has led to low exports, a significant drop in prices of goods, and a stagnating economy. Its top exports include vehicles and vehicle parts while petroleum and petroleum products are its top imports....

    Germany is Europe’s largest economy and the fourth largest economy in the world with a GDP of $3.47 trillion and a per capita income of $47,377. In 2016, Germany’s trade surplus totaled $310 billion which was the largest trade surplus in the world. Germany’s exports of $1.27 trillion ranked the country as the third largest exporter only coming behind the US and China. The service sector contributes 70% of the total GDP while industries contribute 29.1%. Exports account for 41% of the total ou...

    The United Kingdom is Europe’s second largest economy and the fifth largest economy in the world with a GDP of $2.63 trillion and a per capita income of $41,801. The UK economy consists of the economies of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. In 2016 the country ranked as the 10th largest exporter and the 5th largest importer in the world. The service industry contributes 78% of the GDP. The pharmaceutical industry has been on the rise. London is Europe's largest city in terms of G...

    France is Europe’s third largest economy and the sixth largest economy in the world with a GDP of $2.46 trillion and a per capita income of $40,470. Its telecommunications, energy, chemical, and tourism industries are major contributors to the economy. It is the EU’s largest exporter of agricultural produce and the sixth largest agricultural producer in the world. The country also has one of the best transport systems in the world characterized by well-maintained road and rail networks. It is...

    India has a GDP of $2.27 trillion and a per capita income of $6020. It is a newly industrialized nation that was ranked the fastest growing economy until 2016 when it was surpassed by China due to the government’s demonetization which caused a cash crisis. Its service sector grows at an annual rate of 9% while its economy grew by 7.6% for the year 2015-16. It is the second largest exporter of agricultural output. The agriculture sector accounts for 26% of the GDP and 22% of the total employme...

    Italy is the 8th largest economy in the world with a GDP of $1.85 trillion and a per capita income of $35,850. It is also the 8th largest exporter in the world exporting $514 billion of goods and services. Germany and France are its trading partners, while the EU is its largest trading block. Its agricultural industry is thriving, particularly the vineyards, making Italy the largest producer of wine. The automotive industry is also a major player with Fiat, Chrysler, Ducati, and Piaggio among...

    Brazil is the ninth largest economy in the world and the largest economy in South America’s with a GDP of $1.8 trillion and a per capita income of $15,020. It the 21st largest exporter in the world. Between 2000 and 2012, the economy grew at a rapid rate and it was ranked sixth above Italy, the UK, and India before it decelerated in 2013. In 2014 the country went into a full recession relegating the country to 9th place. The service sector contributes 67% of the economy while the industrial s...

    Canada is the tenth largest economy with a GDP of $1.53 trillion and a per capita income of $44,310. It is the eleventh largest exporter in the world exporting $389 billion in 2015. Its largest sector is the service industry employing about three-quarters of the labor force. Other key sectors include manufacturing, vehicle assembly, energy, and agriculture. Canada’s top exports includes crude and refined petroleum. Although cars are at the top of the country’s exports, they are also its top i...

  9. The 5 Largest Economies In The World And Their Growth In 2020 ... › articles › the-5-largest-economies

    Jan 22, 2020 · The United States, the world’s largest economy with a nominal GDP of $21.44 trillion, constitutes one-fourth of the world economy. The U.S. economy is primarily a service- oriented economy with a...

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