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These are the shares of countries in the global economy by the end of 2022. The lead is for the United States, China, Japan, Germany and India

 These are the shares of countries in the global economy by the end of 2022. The lead is for the United States, China, Japan, Germany and India 

The total output of the global economy reached about $ 101.6 trillion by the end of 2022, and the United States , China, Japan, Germany and India emerged in the top five, respectively , as the latter overthrew the United Kingdom to win the title of the fifth largest economy in the world .

With the end of 2022, many historical changes could be summed up in numbers, such as the Earth's population exceeding 8 billion, and the global GDP exceeding $100 trillion.

Based on the “ International Monetary Fund ” data related to global gross domestic product, “Visual Capitalist” prepared, on December 29, 2022, a list of countries’ shares or contributions to global output, noting that the term “gross domestic product” is an indicator. A broad measure of economic activity that measures the total value of economic output of goods and services produced over a time frame in both the public and private sectors.

It is learned from this list that the US economy still leads all countries in the world in terms of its domestic product of $25,035.2 billion, followed by China with 18,321.2, Japan with 4,300.6, Germany with 4,031.1, India with 2,368.6, the United Kingdom with 3,198.5, France with 2,778.1, Canada with 2,200.4, and Russia with 2,133.1 billion.

Below the level of two trillion (2000 billion) dollars, Italy comes with an output of 1997 billion dollars, then Iran 1973.7, Brazil 1894.7, South Korea 1734.2, Australia 1724.8, Mexico 1424.5, Spain 1389.9, Indonesia 1289.4, and Saudi Arabia 1010.6 billion.

These are the shares of countries in the global economy by the end of 2022. The lead is for the United States, China, Japan, Germany and India 

With an output of less than a trillion dollars, the Netherlands comes with a number of 990.6 billion, followed by Turkey 853.5, Taiwan 828.7, Switzerland 807.4, Poland 716.3, Argentina 630.7, Sweden 603.9, Belgium 589.5, Thailand 534.8, the Israeli occupation state 527.2, Ireland 519.8, Norway 504.2 billion, the UAE 504.9 billion and Nigeria 504.9.

282.9, Finland 281.4, Portugal 255.9, New Zealand 242.7, Peru 239.3, Kazakhstan 224.3, Greece 222 and Qatar 221.4 billion dollars.

Then followed by countries whose output is less than $200 billion, including Algeria 187.2 billion, Hungary 184.7, Kuwait 183.6, Morocco 142.9, Angola 124.8, Puerto Rico 118.7, Ecuador 115.5, Kenya 117.9, Slovakia 112.4, the Dominican Republic 112.4, Ethiopia 111.2 billion , and the Sultanate of Oman 111.2 billion.

And the Democratic Republic of the Congo 63.9, Serbia 62.7, Slovenia 63.2, and Myanmar 59.5 billion.Under the level of 50 billion dollars for GDP, both Uganda, number 48.4 billion, Jordan, 48.1, Tunisia 46.3, Cameroon 44.2, Bahrain 43.5, Bolivia 43.4, Sudan 42.8, Paraguay 41.9, Libya 40.8, Latvia 40.6, Estonia 39.1, Nepal 39, Zimbabwe 38.3, El Salvador 32, Papua Guinea 31.4. Cambodia 28.3, Iceland 27.7, Yemen 27.6, Senegal 27.5, Zambia 27, Cyprus 26.7 and Georgia 25.2 billion dollars.

And without $ 25 billion, Bosnia and Herzegovina, whose local output reached 23.7 billion, Macau 23.4, Gabon 22.2, Hayiti 20.2, Guinea 19.7, Palestine (West Bank and Gaza) 18.8, Brunei 18.5, Mali 18.4, Burkina Faso 18.3, Albania 18.3, Bustouana 18, Mozambique 17.9, Armenia 17.7 and Penin 17.5, Malta 17. Laos 16.3, Jamaica 16.1, Mongolia 15.7, Nicaragua 15.7, Madagascar 15.1, Joyana 14.8, Niger 14.6, the Republic of the Congo 14.5, North Macedonia 14.1, Moldova 14, Chad 12.9, Bahams 12.7, Namibia 12.5, Rwanda 12.1, Malawi 11.6, Mauritius 11.5, Mauritania 10.1, Tajikistan 10 billion dollars.

As for Kyrgyzstan, its output is less than the $10 billion threshold, amounting to 9.8 billion, followed by Kosovo 9.2, Somalia 8.4, Togo 8.4, Montenegro 6.1, Maldives 5.9, Barbados 5.8, Fiji 4.9, South Sudan 4.8, Eswatini 4.7, Sierra Leone 4.1, Liberia 3.9, Djibouti 3.7, Burundi 3.7, Aruba 3.3, Andoruba 3.5. 2.7, Belize 2.7, Lesotho 2.5, Central African Republic 2.5, East Timor 2.4, Eritrea 2.4, Gambia 2.1, Cabo Verde 2.1, Seychelles 2, St. Lucia 2, Antigua and Barbuda 1.7, Guinea-Bissau 1.6, San Marino 1.6, Solomon Islands 1.6, Comoros 1.2, Grenada 1.2, Saint Kitts, Vancouver, and Nevis 1. One billion.

There is a group of countries with a very small domestic product that does not exceed one billion dollars, namely Samoa 830 million dollars, followed by the Dominicans 600 million, Sao Tome and Principe 510 million, Tonga 500 million, Micronesia 430 million, the Marshall Islands 270 million, Palau 230 million, Kiribati 210 million, Nauru 130 million, and finally Tuvalu 60 million dollars.

This report omitted a number of countries whose economic activity cannot be accurately counted due to the current turmoil and lack of clarity in figures, including, for example, Ukraine, where the ongoing war with Russia poses major challenges to the safety of the world economy and its food, life and living security.

As the world awaits what will happen in the course of the year 2023, signs of economic uncertainty loom, as many experts expect a "brief recession" despite the differing opinions on the definition of the word "short" in this regard.

Some experts also believe that China will buck the trend of economic downturn, and if this prediction comes true, the country may have a larger share of global GDP in the near future.