Top 15 Leading economies (Countries) ||  2050(GDP)

Top 15 Leading economies (Countries) || 2050(GDP)


Russia 1.87 trillion dollars despite
Fatah stating that Russia’s working population
will decline by a whopping 31 percent Russia’s economy is predicted to
leapfrog over Australia and Argentina by 2050
it’s said to rise to stops to make the top 15 current challenges facing the
Russian economy include sanctions put in place by the international community as
a response to the annexation of Crimea and continued military threat in Ukraine
but according to studies despite such problems Russian economy will grow
rapidly and exceed that of Australia and Argentina in 1.95 trillion dollars we
all have heard the economic breakdown in Spain that saw the house prices rise to
44 percent on 2004 and 2008 one third of the housing market was totally wiped out
by this housing bubble causing panic but the 3% average increase in per capita
which is expected on 20s 30s and 40s will catapult spain’s of becoming the
richest country by the year 2050 even though the current situation in Spain
which has seen the reduction of working population to 11% it’s not all – however
as Spain will enjoy a 3% average increase of per capita GDP during the
20s 30s and 40s well above the average for the developed world as a whole South
Korea 2.06 trillion dollars similar to Spain South Korea will lose two ranks on
the world rich list due to the rapid growth of turkey in Mexico South Korea
has experienced a reduction in fertility over the past 20 years which will result
in a shrinking workforce the South Korean government has adopted a
mechanism that will boost the economic growth through supporting and giving
incentives to the family-owned businesses shave all this move is
intended to create the stimulant that will force the South Korea to make it on
the top 15 richest countries in the world by year 2050 turkey two point one
five trillion dollars turkey will enjoy the biggest leap of all the countries on
this list rising six thoughts to become one of the 15
nations in 2050 unlike South Korea Turkey has a high facility rate this
will be a winning factor to the list of richest countries by the year 2050 as it
shall create a firm economic foundation the economic growth on Turkey will
surpass that of Netherlands South Korea Russia Spain Australia and Argentina
foreign direct investment has risen for the past five years by $13 billion the
country has thrived through global economic turmoil as its income per
capita has been tripling for the past ten years Italy two point one nine
trillion dollars Italy is another eurozone country that will experience
difficulty due to changing demographics with a reduction in their working
population predicted to reach 23% as a result of this and other problems with
their economic infrastructure Italy is projected to fall from 7th to 11th
richest country in the world by 2050 since the inception of the European
Union Italy’s economy has only grown 4% in 16
years this is the same growth that Greece has experienced despite the
latter’s very rocky finances projections for 2015 are that Italy will experience
the second slowest growth in the EU behind only Cyprus expanding its GDP by
0.6% Canada 2.29 trillion dollars Canada is the only country on this list
projected to stay put currently ranked as the 10th richest country in the world
and projected to remain tense in 2050 despite this lack of change
Canadians are expected to rise three spots in per capita income rising from
15 to 12 in 2050 this hasn’t saved Canada against the recent dive in oil
prices the loonie has lost ground against the American dollar at a rapid
rate because of Canada’s investment in tar sands oil production which is only
profitable when oil prices are high France 2.75 trillion dollars the
stagnant economic growth which has averaged 0.3 percent per year since 2008
will make France lag behind and see it for three points down making it on 9th
position if in the next few years the income per capita
we’ll continue to be stagnant the past few years have been difficult for the
French economy with stagnant growth that’s average 0.3% per year since 2008
especially compared to Britain’s economy which is slated to rise by 3.2 percent
in 2015 Mexico two point eight one trillion dollars currently the 13th
richest country in the world Mexico is poised to make a huge leap
into the top 10 projected to rise five spots to become the eighth richest
country in 2050 rising above France Canada Spain South Korea and Italy
president Nieto has spearheaded policy changes that deal with 11 structural
concerns in the 20 months after he achieved presidency changes in education
energy telecommunication labor competition in the financial sector are
expected to improve prosperity and productivity in the near future Brazil
two point nine six trillion dollars ever since the period between 1986 and 1994
in which Raziel experienced annual inflation in excess of 500 percent the
country has rebounded to continue operating as one of the biggest
economies in the world Brazil experienced economic meltdown in the
years 1986 and 1994 but afterwards it came back strong even though the income
per capita has been decreasing the continued economic growth will see
Brazil on 7th position United Kingdom 3.5 a trillion dollars by 2015 the
United Kingdom is projected to narrow the difference by half between itself
and the German economy the biggest in Europe currently Germany is 340 $6
billion ahead of the British while in 2050 the gap between the two will be 130
$8 billion having been a leader of industrialization Britain can be said to
be the country that stimulated industrialization which we now enjoy in
21st century but economic upgrade in India will make Britain drop to a point
together with Germany Germany 3.7 one trillion dollars Germany is projected to
be the large economy in Europe in 2050 holding off
the United Kingdom to remain as one of the top five richest countries on the
planet although India is expected to overtake the Germans in the meantime
Germany will experience the greatest reduction in its working population of
all the EU suffering a decline of 29 percent despite its reduction solid
funding and the strong economic infrastructure will ensure the country’s
economy remains stable Japan six point four three trillion dollars with a
rapidly aging population Japan is looking to overcome the worst
demographic problems out of all the richest countries with an incredible
projected decline in working population of 37 percent this is one of the
countries that has been hit by less working population which stands at a 37
percent mark it experiences a big problem when it comes to demographic
patterns but despite all this Japan will still standout economically to be the
fourth richest country by the year 2050 India 8.17 trillion dollars India is an
example of the economic benefits of a growing population ranking in the top 5
in terms of countries that will experience a surge in working population
as of 2050 India projects to be the third richest country on earth and the
most populous overtaking China to become the first country with a billion and a
half residents India for so many years has been taking advantage of the use of
technology and the country’s working population is overwhelming it is
projected to be on the top five position mostly because of its population and the
fact they adopt and adapt well to foreign economic policies United States
twenty-two point two seven trillion dollars the country standout has been
the first richest country in the world up until now but by the year 2050 things
will be different and it will go down to second place because of its slow
economic growth when it comes to income per capita as for the moment the
country’s economy is twice as much as that of Japan China 25
three three trillion dollars it’s no secret that China is a country whose
development has never stopped the country’s massive economic breakthroughs
our key factors making China on the top spot in 2049 it is expected that China
would have absorbed Hong Kong and Macau making sure that its economic growth
would be significantly improved in addition to the Chinese boom in the past
decade

7 thoughts on “Top 15 Leading economies (Countries) || 2050(GDP)

  1. GDP PER CAPITA is A METHOD TO MEASURE PEOPLE WEALTH, not COUNTRY. Countries like Kuwait rich because oil is produced divided by its VERY LOW population. That is why others work there to run country's hospital, banks etc. Example GDP (total wealth produced) of Brunei is 15 billion DIVIDED by 3 million (population of Brunei) = 50000 dollars is PER CAPITA of Brunei (Avg citizen wealth). China example GDP (total wealth produced) is 19500 billion divided by 1.3 billion equals 15000 dollar is Per capita (AVG citizen wealth). So China is RICHER than Brunei but AVERAGE man of Brunei richer than average Chinese man. So ignore oil and ore reserves etc as no one can assess it. So, JUST CURRENT PRODUCTION.

    GDP PPP is BEST method to measure economy of country for investors, not GDP nominal. It is value of high segment services like software, tourism and FINAL products like cars or diesel produced or manufactured in that country divided by its population. GDP PPP GROWTH RATE is only about future growth and returns. Investors like Hyundai invest in countries outside Korea because only countries with cheap labor, raw materials, ores etc in perfect location with huge market will compete in manufacturing. Many rich countries has no scope for further growth or business.

    Per Capita Income PPP GROWTH RATE in 2016. Only few countries selected based on GDP, population and growth rate. Country REAL economic growth is numbered.

    X. Iraq 1361 dollars a year. PCI 16500. Low GDP and growth rate only in 2016.
    X. Romania 1277 dollars a year. PCI 22300. Very low GDP.

    1. China 928 dollars a year. PCI 15000. High GDP, highest GDP growth and tax rate, investment abroad make China No. 1 REVENUE/INCOME making GOVT and fastest growing country.

    x. Brazil, Russia and Nigeria negative growth rate.

    x. Malaysia 749 dollars a year. PCI 27200. Declining growth rate.
    3. Australia 612 dollars a year. PCI 48800.

    2. USA 518 dollars a year, PCI 57000. Highest GDP. Growth rate declining. High personal tax. US companies abroad.

    4. Thailand 491 dollars a year. PCI 16800. Reasonable GDP.
    x. Japan 459 dollar a year. PCI 38900. Declining growth rate. Japanese companies abroad.

    7. Indonesia 438 dollars a year. PCI 11700. Good GDP.
    x. UK 424 dollars a year. PCI 42500. Declining growth rate. UK companies abroad.

    x. Bhutan 421 dollars a year. PCI 8100. Very low GDP.

    x. Nepal, Afganistan, South Africa negative growth rate.

    6. Phillippines 415 dollars a year. PCI 7700. Low GDP but high growth rate. GDP PCI not include huge population abroad mostly in big hospitality organizations with higher PCI.

    x. Sri Lanka 393 dollars a year. PCI 11200. Declining growth rate.

    5. India 388 dollars a year. PCI 6700. High GDP and growth rate, low personal income tax. Indian companies abroad. GDP PCI not include huge population abroad including investors, top professionals.

    x. Uzbekistan 381 dollars a year. PCI 6500. Very low GDP but high growth rate.
    x. Germany 339 dollars a year. PCI 48200. Good GDP. Declining growth rate. German companies abroad.

    x. Vietnam 326 dollars a year. PCI 6400. Low GDP, high growth rate.
    x. Myanmaar 316 dollars a year. PCI 5900. Low GDP, high growth rate.

    x. Turkey 308 dollars per year. PCI 21,100. Declining growth rate.

    x. Bangladesh 214 dollars a year. PCI 3900. Low GDP. High stable growth rate.
    x. Maldives 264 dollars a year. PCI 15200. Low GDP and growth rate.

    x. Pakistan 191 dollars a year. PCI 5100. Reasonable GDP and growth rate. Good population abroad not calculated in GDP per capita.

    x. Iran NO DATA

    x. Canada 88 dollars a year. PCI 46200. Good GDP. Low growth rate.

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