I would like to see how does the top 10 world countries by GDP look on the chart. 

Top 20 Largest Economies In The World by GDP Nominal (2019)

Top 10 largest countries in 2012 by GDP

  • United States 15.680 trillion USD
  • China 8. 227 trillion USD
  • Japan 5.960 trillion USD
  • Germany 3.400 trillion USD
  • France 2.613 trillion USD
  • United Kingdom 2.435 trillion USD
  • Brazil 2.253 trillion USD
  • Russia 2.015 trillion USD
  • Italy 2.013 trillion USD
  • India 1.842 trillion USD

GDP per capita in TOP 10 largest countries by GDP

  • United States 49.96 thousand USD
  • Japan 46.72 thousand USD
  • Germany 41.54 thousand USD
  • France 39.77 thousand USD
  • United Kingdom 38.51 thousand USD
  • Italy 33.04 thousand USD
  • Russia 14.03 thousand USD
  • Brazil 11.33 thousand USD
  • China 6.09 thousand USD
  • India 1.489 thousand USD

From the world's top largest economies I would like to point out that 4 of 5 BRICS countries are on the list - Brazil, Russia, India, China. All 4 have a major role in the top 10 largest countries by GDP. They are developing countries, with relatively low GDP per capita level.

Highest goes to Russia (14.03 thousand USD), and the lowest to India (1.48 thousand USD). There already are signs that in sooner future China will rank NR1 by GDP in the Worlds economy. And my strong belief is that Russia will climb up as well. If the GDP growths, as well as growths GDP per capita.

When will we see China GDP per capita reaching 10.000 thousand USD mark, and will Russia will climb up to 20.000 marks in the next 5 years? Speaking of China, I'm not so sure... Speaking of Russia - I really believe that Russia can

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