Countries with the highest gross domestic product (GDP) 2030 - forecast

The 15 countries with the highest gross domestic product (GDP) in 2030 (in billion U.S. dollars)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 3, 2011
Countries with the highest gross domestic product (GDP) 2030 - forecast By the year 2030, it is projected that China will eclipse the United States and have the largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the world, at 31.7 trillion U.S. dollars. The United States is projected to have the second largest GDP, at 22.9 trillion U.S. dollars.
What is gross domestic product?

Gross domestic product, or GDP, is an economic measure of a country’s production in time. It includes all goods and services produced by a country and is used by economists to determine the health of a country’s economy. However, since GDP just shows the size of an economy and is not adjusted for the country’s size, this can make direct country comparisons complicated.

The growth of the global economy

Currently, the United States has the largest GDP in the world, at 20.5 trillion U.S. dollars. China has the second largest GDP, at 13.4 trillion U.S. dollars. In the coming years, production will become faster and more global, which will help to grow the global economy.
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The 15 countries with the highest gross domestic product (GDP) in 2030 (in billion U.S. dollars)

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Gross domestic product in billion U.S. dollars
China31,731
United States22,920
India7,972
Brazil5,862
Japan5,852
Russia4,730
Germany4,441
France4,205
Great Britain3,644
Mexico2,991
Italy2,868
Indonesia2,446
Canada2,346
Turkey2,169
South Korea2,112
Gross domestic product in billion U.S. dollars
China31,731
United States22,920
India7,972
Brazil5,862
Japan5,852
Russia4,730
Germany4,441
France4,205
Great Britain3,644
Mexico2,991
Italy2,868
Indonesia2,446
Canada2,346
Turkey2,169
South Korea2,112
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 3, 2011
By the year 2030, it is projected that China will eclipse the United States and have the largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the world, at 31.7 trillion U.S. dollars. The United States is projected to have the second largest GDP, at 22.9 trillion U.S. dollars.
What is gross domestic product?

Gross domestic product, or GDP, is an economic measure of a country’s production in time. It includes all goods and services produced by a country and is used by economists to determine the health of a country’s economy. However, since GDP just shows the size of an economy and is not adjusted for the country’s size, this can make direct country comparisons complicated.

The growth of the global economy

Currently, the United States has the largest GDP in the world, at 20.5 trillion U.S. dollars. China has the second largest GDP, at 13.4 trillion U.S. dollars. In the coming years, production will become faster and more global, which will help to grow the global economy.
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