Top 10 World’s largest economies
1. United States
The United States has a nominal GDP of $18.5 trillion but the United States of America is still far ahead of China in terms of GDP per capital which is approximately $57,294 as compared to China’s $15,423.
Based on 2005 PPP, China’s GDP currently stands at $15.26 trillion making it the second world’s largest economy.
Japan's nominal GDP is $4.93 trillion, while its GDP (PPP) per capita is $38,893. Japan is the third World’s largest economies.
Germany has a nominal GDP of $3.97 trillion and its GDP (PPP) per capita is $48,189. Germany is the fourth world’s largest economy.
5. United Kingdom
The United Kingdom has a GDP of $2.65 trillion with GDP in terms of PPP per capita at $42,513. The UK is the fifth world’s largest economies.
France has a nominal GDP of $2.48 trillion with a GDP (PPP) per capita of $42,384. France is the sixth world’s largest economies.
India has its GDP stands at $1.9 trillion, with a GDP (PPP) per capita down to $6,658. India is the seventh world’s largest economy.
Italy GDP is estimated at $1.89 trillion with its per capita GDP (PPP) put at $36,313. Italy is the eighth world’s largest economy.
The Brazilian GDP measured in purchasing power parity is $1.77 trillion, while it’s GDP per capita (PPP) is $15,211. Brazil is the ninth world’s largest economy.
Canada has a nominal GDP of $1.53 trillion with a GDP per capita (PPP) at $46,239. Canada is the tenth world’s largest economy.
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