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10 countries with the highest GDP in 2020: US is No 1, find out where India ranks

Updated : 2020-03-18 09:06:41

The world’s GDP, according to the International Monetary Fund is (IMF) is $91.98 trillion. Here is a list of the top-10 countries with the highest nominal GDP in the world, according to the global body. Nominal GDP is an assessment of economic production in an economy, but it includes the current prices of goods and services in calculation. GDP is typically measured as the monetary value of goods and services produced. (Image: Reuters)
The world’s GDP, according to the International Monetary Fund is (IMF) is $91.98 trillion. Here is a list of the top-10 countries with the highest nominal GDP in the world, according to the global body. Nominal GDP is an assessment of economic production in an economy, but it includes the current prices of goods and services in calculation. GDP is typically measured as the monetary value of goods and services produced. (Image: Reuters)
No 10: Canada | GDP: 1.71 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 10: Canada | GDP: 1.71 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 9: Brazil | GDP: $1.87 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 9: Brazil | GDP: $1.87 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 8: Italy | GDP: $2.07 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 8: Italy | GDP: $2.07 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 7: India | GDP: $2.72 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 7: India | GDP: $2.72 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 6: France | GDP: $2.78 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 6: France | GDP: $2.78 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 5: United Kingdom | GDP: $2.83 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 5: United Kingdom | GDP: $2.83 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 4: Germany | GDP: $4.00 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 4: Germany | GDP: $4.00 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 3: Japan | GDP: $4.97 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 3: Japan | GDP: $4.97 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 2: China | GDP: $13.4 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 2: China | GDP: $13.4 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 1: United States | GDP: $20.49 trillion (Image: Reuters)
No 1: United States | GDP: $20.49 trillion (Image: Reuters)
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