Visualizing the $94 Trillion World Economy in One Chart

Gross domestic product (GDP), provides an economic snapshot of a country, used to estimate the size of an economy and growth rate. Just four countries—the U.S., China, Japan, and Germany—make up over half of the world’s economic output, hence, the gap in economic activity between countries is widening. The global GDP figure of $94 trillion may seem massive to us today, but such a total might seem much more modest in the future, expected to more or less double again by 2050. - Peter, M. & Sarah. V

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