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What are the world’s largest economies?

The world’s largest economies, measured by gross domestic product (GDP) on a purchasing power parity (PPP) basis, are:

  1. United States

  2. China

  3. India

  4. Japan

  5. Germany

  6. Russia

  7. Brazil

  8. Indonesia

  9. United Kingdom

  10. France

This ranking can vary depending on the measure of economic size and the time period being considered. For example, using nominal GDP instead of PPP-adjusted GDP would result in slightly different rankings, and the rankings can change over time as economies grow or shrink.

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