Top 10 largest economies in the world

Top 10 largest economies in the world
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The economic strength of a nation is often measured by its Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which reflects the total market value of goods and services produced within its borders during a specific year. Fluctuations in currency exchange rates can influence these rankings, but they still provide valuable insights into a country's economic prowess. Let's delve into the latest list of the world's top 10 economies.

Here is the latest list of top 10 economies of the world:

United States of America (USA)

The United States, with an estimated real GDP of $26.85 trillion, leads the global economy. The dominance of the services sector, including technology, retail, finance, and healthcare, contributes significantly, accounting for around 80% of the country's total output.


China's economy has witnessed remarkable growth, securing the second spot with a real GDP of $19.37 trillion. Over the past few decades, China's rapid economic expansion has been a defining global phenomenon.



Japan currently ranks third with a real GDP of $4.41 trillion. While Japan experienced significant economic growth during the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, subsequent decades saw more modest progress. Nevertheless, Japan continues to work toward economic growth.


Germany takes the fourth position among the world's largest economies, boasting a real GDP of $4.31 trillion. Following a brief dip in 2009, Germany rebounded with a 4.0% economic expansion a decade ago, maintaining consistent growth in the years that followed.


India, with a real GDP of $3.74 trillion, surpasses France to secure the sixth position among the world's top economies. India's economy has been the fastest-growing among the world's major economies, reflecting its dynamic growth.

United Kingdom (UK)

The UK's average annual GDP growth between 1999 and 2008 stood at 2.8%. However, uncertainties arising from Brexit have impacted private consumption and fixed investments, potentially slowing down growth. Nevertheless, the UK maintains a significant position among the world's top economies, with a real GDP of $3.16 trillion.


France, with an estimated GDP of $2.92 trillion, holds the seventh spot. Over 70% of the nation's GDP comes from the service sector, making France a global leader in industries such as automotive, railway, and aerospace.


Italy, with a real GDP of $2.17 trillion, ranks as the eighth-largest economy globally. Italy is recognized for its influential business economic sector, competitive agricultural sector, and a highly developed market.


Canada's real GDP is valued at $2.09 trillion, securing the ninth position among the world's largest economies. It remains just one step ahead of South Korea in this global ranking.



Brazil, with a real GDP of $2.08 trillion, is a significant player on the world stage, ranking tenth among the world's largest economies. The country's diverse economy encompasses industries such as agriculture, manufacturing, and services.

The list was made from the estimates compiled by the by Forbes India.
These rankings showcase the diverse economic landscapes across the globe. While the positions of these countries may fluctuate over time due to various factors, they all contribute uniquely to the world economy, shaping the global financial landscape we see today.

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