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G20 GDP Projections 2009-2030-2050 - Country Rankings
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SOURCE: Uri Dadush and Bennett Stancil, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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Gross Domestic Product projections from present day through 2050 are made under the assumptions that markets stay open and macroeconomic policies remain sound; additionally, catastrophes—economic, natural, or geopolitical—are assumed not to occur. For these reasons, the projections represent only an educated assessment of the present direction of the international economy.

See explanation in the Notes below the table.

G20 GDP for 2009 and projections for 2030 and 2050
G20 Countries are ranked by 2050 GDP, highest to lowest





Rank
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Country
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Average
Annual
GDP
Growth %
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Real
GDP
2009
USD $
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Real
GDP
2030
USD $
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Real
GDP
2050
USD $
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1 China 5.6 3335 21479 46265
2 United States 2.7 12949 22258 38646
3 India 5.9 1065 5328 15384
4 Japan 1.1 4467 5786 6216
5 Brazil 4.1 1011 2440 6020
6 Mexico 4.3 866 2397 5709
7 United Kingdom 2.1 2320 3597 4997
8 Germany 1.4 2833 3593 4535
9 France 2.1 2203 3323 4528
10 Russia 3.3 869 2487 4297
11 Turkey 4.4 509 1437 3536
12 Canada 2.6 1171 2083 3154
13 Indonesia 4.8 354 1073 2975
14 Korea 2.5 945 2122 2812
15 Italy 1.3 1732 2197 2580
16 Saudi Arabia 4.8 348 896 2419
17 Australia 2.9 787 1501 2257
18 South Africa 4.3 271 791 1919
19 Argentina 4.1 223 527 1267

NOTES:

As developing countries house an increasingly larger share of people, capital, and technology, their share of global GDP will increase, shifting the economic balance of power. Well before mid-century, the United States and the main European powers, long the leaders of the global economy, will be joined in economic size by several emerging markets in Asia and Latin America.

However, as these countries become the world’s largest economies, as well as the most populous, they will not rise among the world’s richest, breaking the decades-old correlation between economic size and per capita income. This notion of a low- or middle-income country becoming the world’s largest economy, introduced as early as 1993 when China was predicted to rise as a world power, now appears increasingly likely. The recent promotion of the G20 as the world’s principal economic forum will likely mark the end of wealthy countries’ dominance over the world economy and usher in a more integrated and complex economic era.







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