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Visualize the Entire Global Economy in One Chart by GDP in 2017

Published by eNewsWithoutBorders.com   │December 14, 2018

The latest estimate from the World Bank puts global GDP at roughly $80 trillion in nominal terms for 2017. 

This chart from Howmuch.net uses data from the World Bank, released on 21st of September 2018, to visualize the entire global economy by GDP in 2017.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Country 2017

The World Economies by GDP in 2017. Image Credit: howmuch.net via Visual Capitalist. Source: World Economic Forum (WEForum.org)

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Chart by eNewsWithoutBorders.com and Source: HowMuch.net

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Chart by eNewsWithoutBorders.com and Source: HowMuch.net

World’s Largest Economies in 2030. Source: Visual Capitalist

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References

Amoros, R. (2018, October 10). Visualize the Entire Global Economy in One Chart. Retrieved from https://howmuch.net/articles/the-world-economy-2017

Desjardins, J. (2018, October 15). The world’s $80 trillion economy – in one chart (World Economic Forum, Ed.). Retrieved from https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/10/the-80-trillion-world-economy-in-one-chart

Desjardins, J. (2018, November 01). Animation: The World’s 10 Largest Economies by GDP (1960-Today). Retrieved from https://www.visualcapitalist.com/animation-the-worlds-10-largest-economies-by-gdp-1960-today/

Desjardins, J. (2018, October 10). The $80 Trillion World Economy in One Chart. Retrieved from https://www.visualcapitalist.com/80-trillion-world-economy-one-chart/