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Index of the World Countries by Gross National Product in Current Exchange Dollar

Gross National Product


(2000 data, billion dollars) (product per capite in parentheses, thousand dollars)

GDP Yearly Growth Rate


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Country % of Global GDP % of World Population USA Japan Country USA Japan Germany Britain France China Italy Canada Brazil Spain Mexico GNP $10,533 $4,852 $2,242 $1,544 $1,543 $1,329 $1,260 $760 $715 $651 $578 Per Capita $38 $38 $27 $26 $26 $1 $22 $24 Rank $4 $16 $6 1. South Korea $515 India Australia Netherlands $510 $444 $429 $11 2. $0.5 3. $24 $27 4. 5. European Union USA China (mainland) Japan India Germany ($ billions) 10,840 10,400 5,700 3,550 2,660 2,180 Country PPP total Germany Britain France China Italy Canada Mexico Spain 32.9% 13.4% 6.0% 4.6% 4.2% 3.7% 3.5% 2.3% 2.0% 1.9% 4.65% 2.09% 1.36% 0.99% 0.97% 20.84% 0.95% 0.51% 1.62% 0.65%

Purchasing-power parity (2003)


PPP/ capita ($) 28,600 37,600 4,400 28,000 2,540 26,600 Population (million) 379 290 1,287 127 1,049 82

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Index of the World Countries by Gross National Product in Current Exchange Dollar

Taiwan Argentina Switzerland Sweden Belgium Russia Austria Turkey Poland Indonesia Thailand

$363 $300 $286 $275 $264 $252 $226 $212 $188 $174 $132

$16 $8 $39 $31 $26 $2 $27 $3 $5 $0.8 $2

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France Britain Italy Russia Brazil South Korea Canada Mexico Spain Indonesia Australia Turkey Iran Netherlands South Africa Thailand Taiwan Argentina Poland

1,540 1,520 1,440 1,350 1,340 931 923 900 828 663 528 468 456 434 432 429 406 391 368

25,700 25,300 25,000 9,300 7,600 19,400 29,400 9,000 20,700 3,100 27,000 7,000 7,000 26,900 10,000 6,900 18,000 10,200 9,500

60 60 57 144 182 48 32 104 40 234 19 68 68 16 42 70 22 38 38

Just for fun, I tried to calculate the wealth of the entire planet, and see how rich/poor each person would be if we simply divided the world's wealth by the world's population (six billion people). If I use GNP data, i find that the world's total GNP is about $30 trillion (the USA's GNP is $10 trillion and the USA accounts for about 1/3 of the world's GNP). Divided by 6 billion people, that's an average of $5,000 pro capite. That's yearly production of wealth. Depreciation of goods is hard to estimate, but we can assume that it is about 30% on average. So the accumulated wealth is 5000 minus 30% of 5000 minus 30% of this number minus... a series that converges to about $10-11,000 If I use the data on net worth (average USA household net worth is $182,381 as per the census, which means a total wealth of about about $18 trillion for the 100 million USA households, which means about $54 trillion for the wealth of all households of the world). That's household wealth. Now we need to add government wealth, which is approx 30-40% in the US, more in other countries. So the total wealth of the world is about $70 trillion of dollars. Thus the average human on this planet is worth $70,000/6= $11,000 So both ways we get the same number: if we distributed the wealth of the world to the people of the world in equal terms, each person would be worth $11,000

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For the USA alone these numbers are: Pro-capite GNP: $38,000 and Average net worth: $60,000 .

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