Best world economic powers 2020

United States, world economic power

The world's major economies have undergone radical changes over the past few years, due to the great financial crisis that affected the world. The resurgence of the great economic powers is taking place with an auspicious panorama. Let's review the current economic powers, according to various studies carried out by prestigious economic and financial entities.

1. United States

  • IMF 2009 - US $ 14,256,275 of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 14,430,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - € 10,221,035.3 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - 17,419,400 US $ of GDP (annual)

2. Japan

  • IMF 2009 - 5,068,059 US $ of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 5,108,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - 3,637,938, € 3 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 5,791,600 of GDP (annual)

3. China

  • IMF 2009 - 4,908,982 US $ of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 4,814,000 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 8,283,300 of GDP (annual)

4. Germany

  • IMF 2009 - 3,235,463 US $ of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 3,273,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - 2,409,100.0 € 3 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 3,485,900 of GDP (annual)

5. France

  • IMF 2009 - 2,634,817 US $ of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 2,666,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - € 1,907,145.0 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 3,089,200 of GDP (annual)

6. United Kingdom

  • IMF 2009 - US $ 2,198,163 of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 2,198,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - € 1,563,186.1 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 2,219,100 of GDP (annual)

7. Italy

  • IMF 2009 - US $ 2,089,555 of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 2,090,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - € 1,520,870.0 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 2,355,400 of GDP (annual)

8. Brazil

  • IMF 2009 - US $ 1,481,547 of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 1,499,000 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 2,155,700 of GDP (annual)

9. Spain

  • IMF 2009 - 1,438,356 US $ of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 1,466,000 of GDP (annual)
  • Eurostat 2009 - € 1,051,151.0 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 1,567,800 of GDP (annual)

10. Canada

  • IMF 2009 - US $ 1,319,137 of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 1,335,000 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 1,713,400 of GDP (annual)

11. Russia

  • IMF 2009 - US $ 1,254,651 of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 1,232,000 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 2,127,600 of GDP (annual)

12. India

  • IMF 2009 - 1,242,641 US $ of GDP (annual)
  • CIA World Factbook 2009 - US $ 1,095,000 of GDP (annual)
  • IMF 2014 projection - US $ 1,908,300 of GDP (annual)
Sources: IMF, CIA World Factbook and Eurostat