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Country Share of Global GDP Growth

PERCENTAGE SHARE OF GLOBAL GROWTH IN THE PAST 10 YEARS

Over the past 10 years the global economy is estimated to have grown by 27%. Growth has been measured in GDP Purchasing Power Parity terms with allowances made for the Base Year and the size of the Informal economy. The data below show each country's contribution to growth using this method.

Data source: World Economics Research, London



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Country: GDP Data Quality GDP 2011
(Billions Int$)
GDP 2021
(Billions Int$)
Share of 10 Year Growth
China Grade B 15,851 30,290 33.4%
India Grade C 9,192 15,518 14.7%
United States Grade A 18,347 22,522 9.7%
Indonesia Grade B 2,962 4,519 3.6%
Turkey Grade B 2,113 3,487 3.2%
Russia Grade C 4,889 5,540 1.5%
Korea, Rep. Grade A 2,170 2,801 1.5%
Egypt Grade C 1,279 1,855 1.3%
Bangladesh Grade C 624 1,160 1.2%
Taiwan Grade C 1,228 1,700 1.1%
Pakistan Grade B 1,031 1,523 1.1%
Philippines Grade B 801 1,276 1.1%
Vietnam Grade C 652 1,122 1.1%
Germany Grade A 4,437 4,890 1.0%
United Kingdom Grade A 2,964 3,401 1.0%
Nigeria Grade D 1,516 1,934 1.0%
Mexico Grade B 2,841 3,252 1.0%
Poland Grade A 1,172 1,588 1.0%
Japan Grade A 5,257 5,640 0.9%
Malaysia Grade B 865 1,253 0.9%
Saudi Arabia Grade B 1,851 2,220 0.9%
Thailand Grade C 1,428 1,792 0.8%
Ireland Grade A 273 577 0.7%
Australia Grade A 1,126 1,440 0.7%
Colombia Grade B 767 1,008 0.6%
Libya Grade D 95 350 0.6%
Canada Grade A 1,759 2,037 0.6%
France Grade A 3,182 3,449 0.6%
Ethiopia Grade C 181 415 0.5%
Romania Grade A 517 729 0.5%
United Arab Emirates Grade A 605 771 0.4%
South Africa Grade B 864 1,034 0.4%
Singapore Grade A 466 631 0.4%
Kazakhstan Grade C 480 653 0.4%
Kenya Grade C 240 404 0.4%
Peru Grade C 472 639 0.4%
Israel Grade A 337 471 0.3%
Ghana Grade B 163 273 0.3%
Switzerland Grade A 552 662 0.3%
Chile Grade A 444 594 0.3%
Uzbekistan Grade C 194 343 0.3%
Sri Lanka Grade C 296 420 0.3%
Netherlands Grade A 970 1,095 0.3%
Brazil Grade B 4,031 4,167 0.3%
Cote d'Ivoire Grade C 111 225 0.3%
Tanzania Grade C 168 289 0.3%
Myanmar Grade D 249 359 0.3%
Congo, Dem. Rep Grade D 112 191 0.2%
Turkmenistan Grade D 83 178 0.2%
Hong Kong Grade A 430 508 0.2%
Norway Grade A 344 411 0.2%
Sweden Grade A 534 628 0.2%
Dominican Republic Grade B 171 277 0.2%
Guatemala Grade B 162 227 0.2%
Algeria Grade B 469 575 0.2%
Oman Grade B 143 209 0.2%
Czech Republic Grade A 409 487 0.2%
Hungary Grade B 307 400 0.2%
Spain Grade A 2,096 2,188 0.2%
New Zealand Grade A 182 253 0.2%
Belgium Grade A 634 713 0.2%
Morocco Grade B 286 370 0.2%
Nepal Grade D 108 187 0.2%
Uruguay Grade C 89 112 0.1%
Lithuania Grade B 96 132 0.1%
Tajikistan Grade C 26 52 0.1%
Azerbaijan Grade C 175 200 0.1%
Jordan Grade B 103 127 0.1%
Austria Grade A 488 525 0.1%
Cambodia Grade D 72 123 0.1%
Burkina Faso Grade C 53 90 0.1%
Niger Grade D 30 52 0.1%
Angola Grade D 344 374 0.1%
Ecuador Grade C 246 279 0.1%
Guinea Grade D 33 60 0.1%
Afghanistan Grade D 115 158 0.1%
Honduras Grade D 68 92 0.1%
Slovak Republic Grade B 166 197 0.1%
Laos Grade C 46 82 0.1%
Serbia Grade B 151 190 0.1%
Zimbabwe Grade D 77 98 0.1%
Cameroon Grade D 110 170 0.1%
Uganda Grade C 106 168 0.1%
Haiti Grade D 30 59 0.1%
Tunisia Grade C 138 163 0.1%
Denmark Grade A 330 391 0.1%
Benin Grade C 38 64 0.1%
Bulgaria Grade A 168 206 0.1%
Mali Grade D 60 86 0.1%
Costa Rica Grade A 96 138 0.1%
Croatia Grade A 134 157 0.1%
Qatar Grade B 259 321 0.1%
Georgia Grade B 58 84 0.1%
Senegal Grade B 55 91 0.1%
Bolivia Grade D 123 172 0.1%
Zambia Grade C 74 104 0.1%
Malawi Grade C 23 46 0.1%
Panama Grade C 131 192 0.1%
Sudan Grade D 288 338 0.1%
Paraguay Grade C 103 139 0.1%
Brunei Darussalam Grade D 40 40 0.0%
Eswatini Grade D 13 17 0.0%
Rwanda Grade B 24 44 0.0%
Portugal Grade A 398 415 0.0%
Mauritania Grade D 30 42 0.0%
Nicaragua Grade C 44 59 0.0%
Belarus Grade B 238 254 0.0%
Comoros Grade C 3 4 0.0%
Kuwait Grade C 263 265 0.0%
Bhutan Grade D 9 12 0.0%
Suriname Grade D 15 13 0.0%
Trinidad and Tobago Grade C 53 45 0.0%
Togo Grade D 15 33 0.0%
Mauritius Grade A 26 31 0.0%
Botswana Grade D 48 63 0.0%
Gambia Grade D 6 9 0.0%
Latvia Grade B 58 75 0.0%
Liberia Grade D 12 14 0.0%
Madagascar Grade D 57 71 0.0%
Lesotho Grade C 7 8 0.0%
Yemen, Rep. Grade D 49 59 0.0%
Bahamas, The Grade B 18 17 0.0%
Papua New Guinea Grade D 37 54 0.0%
Guyana Grade D 11 25 0.0%
Estonia Grade B 46 62 0.0%
Luxembourg Grade A 64 83 0.0%
Moldova Grade B 36 52 0.0%
North Macedonia Grade B 41 50 0.0%
Jamaica Grade D 39 39 0.0%
Slovenia Grade A 86 104 0.0%
Finland Grade A 289 309 0.0%
Cabo Verde Grade B 4 5 0.0%
El Salvador Grade C 69 83 0.0%
Sierra Leone Grade D 17 23 0.0%
Bahrain Grade B 75 96 0.0%
Kyrgyzstan Grade C 35 47 0.0%
Burundi Grade D 13 16 0.0%
Armenia Grade B 39 55 0.0%
Cyprus Grade A 41 47 0.0%
Guinea-Bissau Grade D 5 7 0.0%
Iceland Grade A 18 23 0.0%
Congo, Rep. Grade D 34 41 0.0%
Mozambique Grade C 39 59 0.0%
Malta Grade A 17 29 0.0%
Bosnia and Herzegovina Grade C 54 67 0.0%
Mongolia Grade B 31 51 0.0%
Central African Republic Grade D 10 8 0.0%
Gabon Grade D 50 64 0.0%
Albania Grade B 43 54 0.0%
Namibia Grade C 30 34 0.0%
Chad Grade D 36 43 0.0%
Lebanon Grade B 128 92 -0.1%
Ukraine Grade B 822 770 -0.1%
Argentina Grade C 1,416 1,371 -0.1%
Greece Grade A 436 398 -0.1%
Italy Grade A 3,166 3,064 -0.2%

See: Data for individual countries by using country lists


Source: World Economics
Notes: GDP is GDP Purchasing Power Parity in Constant Prices with allowances for base year and the size of the informal economy.
             Countries with Grade D quality data have been omitted.


Key:
Data Quality Grade definitions:
         A: As good as it gets;
         B: Use with caution;
         C: Unreliable for many purposes
         D: Extremely poor quality.






The table above shows the extraordinary contribution made by the worlds five largest economies which account for 84% of all global growth in the past 10 years. In dollar terms, this amounts to growth of Int$26 trillion. The chart below shows the World Economics' assessment of the distribution of global growth. It highlights the paramount importance of China and India. in the world's overal economic growth.



The top 20 economies contributing to global growth

The top 20 economies contributing to global growth




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