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  1. For countries by GDP based on purchasing power parity, see List of countries by GDP (PPP). Largest economies by nominal GDP in 2021. Countries by nominal GDP in 2019. >$20 trillion. $10–$20 trillion. $5–$10 trillion. $1–$5 trillion. $750 billion–$1 trillion.

    Country Or Territory
    Region
    Imf(estimate)
    Imf(year)
    United States (more)
    22,675,271
    2021
    China (more)
    16,642,318
    2021
    Japan (more)
    5,378,136
    2021
    Germany (more)
    4,319,286
    2021
  2. Apr 15, 2021 · Australia: $1.416 trillion (down -1.3%) Taiwan: $1.404 trillion (up 4.4%) Poland: $1.364 (down ...

    Rank
    Economy
    Gdp Ppp (us$)
    From 2010
    1.
    China
    $26,656,766,000,000
    +116.9%
    2.
    United States
    $22,675,271,000,000
    +51.2%
    3.
    India
    $10,207,290,000,000
    +97.8%
    4.
    Japan
    $5,585,786,000,000
    +23.2%
  3. Dec 24, 2020 · 2019 GDP Growth: 1.7% 5 . 2019 Nominal GDP Per Capita in Current U.S. Dollars: $46,195 6 . ...

    Country
    Nominal Gdp (in Trillions)
    Ppp Adjusted Gdp (in Trillions ...
    Annual Growth (%)
    Gdp Per Capita (in Thousands)
    United States
    $21.43
    $21.43
    2.2%
    $65,298
    China
    $14.34
    $23.52
    6.1%
    $10,262
    Japan
    $5.08
    $5.46
    0.7%
    $40,247
    Germany
    $3.86
    $4.68
    0.6%
    $46,445
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  5. Countries by GDP (PPP) in 2020. GDP (PPP) means gross domestic product based on purchasing power parity. This article includes a list of countries by their forecast estimated GDP (PPP). Countries are sorted by GDP (PPP) forecast estimates from financial and statistical institutions that calculate using market or government official exchange rates.

  6. May 20, 2021 · Here’s a list of the five richest nations based on the GDP per capita. 1. Luxembourg GDP per capita: $131,781.72 GDP: $84.07 billion

  7. GDP per capita is often considered an indicator of a country's standard of living; however, this is problematic because GDP per capita is not a measure of personal income. Comparisons of national income are also frequently made on the basis of purchasing power parity (PPP), to adjust for differences in the cost of living in different countries.

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