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43 COUNTRIES MAKE UP THE G20

World Economics has combined 43 countries to represent the G20. These are made up of the 19 core members + the EU and Spain who is a permanent guest. Overall these countries account for 80% of Global GDP and 79% of global GDP growth in the past 10 years (2011-2021).

The G20 are home to over 4.9 billion people with an average life expectancy of 79 years and a current median age of 40 against a global average of 31.



Economics




G20
Countries
Revised GDP PPP
Int$, Billions
CAGR
10 Year
Rate
%, 2011-2021
Share of
Global
GDP
%
Share of Global GDP Growth
%, 2011-2021
Revised GDP Per Capita
Int$
Government Debt to Revised GDP
%







Argentina 1,370.8 -0.3% 0.8% -0.1% 30,058 57.9%
Australia 1,439.6 2.5% 0.9% 0.7% 55,823 54.4%
Austria 525.4 0.7% 0.3% 0.1% 58,098 76.4%
Belgium 713.0 1.2% 0.4% 0.2% 61,297 90.8%
Brazil 4,166.7 0.3% 2.5% 0.3% 19,471 69.8%
Bulgaria 206.4 2.1% 0.1% 0.1% 29,923 18.7%
Canada 2,037.0 1.5% 1.2% 0.6% 53,509 100.8%
China 30,290.0 6.7% 18.4% 33.4% 20,973 60.2%
Croatia 156.7 1.6% 0.1% 0.1% 38,397 62.5%
Cyprus 46.5 1.4% 0.0% 0.0% 38,287 81.8%
Czech Republic 486.9 1.8% 0.3% 0.2% 45,402 36.6%
Denmark 390.6 1.7% 0.2% 0.1% 67,196 32.4%
Estonia 62.2 3.1% 0.0% 0.0% 46,960 14.7%
Finland 308.6 0.7% 0.2% 0.0% 55,628 58.2%
France 3,449.3 0.8% 2.1% 0.6% 52,721 99.3%
Germany 4,890.0 1.0% 3.0% 1.0% 58,283 63.1%
Greece 398.3 -0.9% 0.2% -0.1% 38,403 156.8%
Hungary 400.4 2.7% 0.2% 0.2% 41,565 63.4%
India 15,518.2 5.4% 9.4% 14.7% 11,137 51.8%
Indonesia 4,519.4 4.3% 2.7% 3.6% 16,353 30.8%
Ireland 577.1 7.8% 0.3% 0.7% 115,807 49.2%
Italy 3,064.5 -0.3% 1.9% -0.2% 50,764 121.9%
Japan 5,640.0 0.7% 3.4% 0.9% 44,744 240.0%
Korea, Rep. 2,800.7 2.6% 1.7% 1.5% 54,589 40.6%
Latvia 74.8 2.5% 0.0% 0.0% 40,057 36.5%
Lithuania 132.3 3.3% 0.1% 0.1% 49,200 35.4%
Luxembourg 83.3 2.6% 0.1% 0.0% 131,256 22.8%
Malta 28.8 5.1% 0.0% 0.0% 65,018 44.9%
Mexico 3,251.6 1.4% 2.0% 1.0% 24,962 42.8%
Netherlands 1,094.9 1.2% 0.7% 0.3% 63,754 51.6%
Poland 1,587.8 3.1% 1.0% 1.0% 42,010 45.4%
Portugal 415.4 0.4% 0.3% 0.0% 40,853 106.0%
Romania 728.7 3.5% 0.4% 0.5% 38,096 41.5%
Russia 5,540.2 1.3% 3.4% 1.5% 37,970 12.5%
Saudi Arabia 2,220.0 1.8% 1.3% 0.9% 62,816 21.5%
Slovak Republic 197.0 1.7% 0.1% 0.1% 36,069 52.6%
Slovenia 104.3 2.0% 0.1% 0.0% 50,163 60.3%
South Africa 1,128.4 1.8% 0.6% 0.4% 18,794 48.3%
Spain 2,187.8 0.4% 1.3% 0.2% 46,803 97.8%
Sweden 628.3 1.6% 0.4% 0.2% 61,838 32.8%
Turkey 3,487.3 5.1% 2.1% 3.2% 41,006 31.7%
United Kingdom 3,400.7 1.4% 2.1% 1.0% 49,858 86.4%
United States 22,522.2 2.1% 13.6% 9.7% 67,651 123.6%

G20
Totals / Averages:
132,272.1 N/A 79.9% 78.7% 48,222* 63.4%*


World Economics revised GDP data removes serious errors in GDP measurement.
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Notes:
  • GDP data includes estimates for the Informal Economy, and updated Base Years, to improve the often imperfect quality of G20 data.
  • Debt-to-GDP ratio is total gross government debt as a proportion of revised GDP.
  • Data with an astrix (*) represents an average for all countries.
  • Offical GDP data quality is often poor in Emerging Market countries. See data quality for individual countries.







Demography




Emerging Market
Countries
Population
Data Quality
Grade
Total
Population
Millions
Life Expectancy
Years
Median
Age
Years
Statistical Capacity
0-100 Index
Age Dependency
Total






Argentina A 45.6 77 31.5 78.9 44.2
Australia A 25.8 83 37.9 100.0 44.9
Austria B 9.0 82 43.5 100.0 49.4
Belgium A 11.6 82 41.9 100.0 43.0
Brazil C 214.0 76 33.5 81.1 56.5
Bulgaria B 6.9 75 44.6 85.6 43.4
Canada A 38.1 82 41.1 100.0 48.8
China A 1,444.2 77 38.4 80.0 57.8
Croatia B 4.1 78 44.3 86.7 44.3
Cyprus B 1.2 81 37.3 100.0 55.1
Czech Republic A 10.7 79 43.2 100.0 44.0
Denmark A 5.8 81 42.3 100.0 42.7
Estonia C 1.3 79 42.4 40.0 41.6
Finland B 5.5 82 43.1 100.0 37.6
France A 65.4 83 42.3 100.0 37.6
Germany B 83.9 81 45.7 100.0 44.6
Greece B 10.4 82 45.6 100.0 43.9
Hungary C 9.6 77 43.3 40.0 47.2
India C 1,393.4 70 28.4 76.7 51.3
Indonesia B 276.4 72 29.7 85.6 52.5
Ireland A 5.0 82 38.2 100.0 45.2
Italy A 60.4 84 47.3 100.0 43.0
Japan A 126.1 85 48.4 100.0 31.0
Korea, Rep. A 51.3 83 43.7 100.0 60.5
Latvia C 1.9 75 43.9 53.3 41.0
Lithuania C 2.7 76 45.1 43.3 43.5
Luxembourg B 0.6 82 39.7 100.0 57.2
Malta B 0.4 83 42.6 100.0 44.5
Mexico A 130.3 75 29.2 80.0 49.7
Netherlands A 17.2 82 43.3 100.0 44.4
Poland B 37.8 79 41.7 78.9 48.6
Portugal B 10.2 82 46.2 100.0 44.2
Romania B 19.1 76 43.2 84.4 46.7
Russia A 145.9 73 39.6 82.2 48.8
Saudi Arabia A 35.3 75 31.8 100.0 60.7
Slovak Republic C 5.5 78 41.2 40.0 52.4
Slovenia A 2.1 81 44.5 100.0 44.1
South Africa C 60.0 64 27.6 81.1 47.8
Spain B 46.7 84 44.9 100.0 47.6
Sweden B 10.2 83 41.1 100.0 38.8
Turkey B 85.0 78 31.5 81.1 50.9
United Kingdom A 68.2 81 40.5 100.0 42.9
United States A 332.9 79 38.3 100.0 46.1

G20
Totals / Averages:
N/A 4,917.8 79* 40.3* 87.9* 46.7*


Notes:
  • Data with an astrix (*) represents an average for all countries.
  • Statistical Capacity Index numbers shown on a scale of 0-100.
    100 = High level of resources, 0 = Low level of resrouces.


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








Environmental, Social and Governance




Emerging Market
Countries:
Carbon Emissions
Total MTCo2e
Methane Emissions
Total MTCo2e
Population in Poverty
% of Pop
Years of Schooling
Years
Rule
of Law
0-100 Index
Corruption Levels
0-100 Index






Argentina 178.9 117.9 <0.1% 11 37.1 38
Australia 411.0 139.9 <0.1% 13 89.4 73
Austria 68.5 6.7 <0.1% 13 93.4 74
Belgium 99.7 8.2 <0.1% 12 82.5 73
Brazil 465.7 418.0 4% 8 44.3 38
Bulgaria 42.0 6.9 <0.1% 11 46.5 42
Canada 576.7 95.5 <0.1% 13 89.5 74
China 10,174.7 1,239.0 1% 8 47.2 45
Croatia 17.9 3.8 <0.1% 11 55.9 47
Cyprus 7.3 0.7 <0.1% 12 63.0 53
Czech Republic 101.0 12.4 <0.1% 13 74.8 54
Denmark 32.1 7.1 <0.1% 13 94.6 88
Estonia 13.9 1.1 <0.1% 13 82.8 74
Finland 41.7 4.2 <0.1% 13 100.0 88
France 323.6 58.3 <0.1% 12 81.4 71
Germany 702.0 53.4 <0.1% 14 87.1 80
Greece 67.2 9.7 <0.1% 11 56.6 49
Hungary 49.1 7.1 <0.1% 12 61.3 43
India 2,615.8 669.3 21% 7 48.2 40
Indonesia 617.5 335.1 5% 8 40.3 38
Ireland 37.1 16.8 <0.1% 13 85.7 74
Italy 337.1 43.7 <0.1% 10 54.6 56
Japan 1,106.7 21.1 <0.1% 13 86.3 73
Korea, Rep. 611.3 25.5 <0.1% 12 77.9 62
Latvia 8.3 1.9 <0.1% 13 72.3 59
Lithuania 13.5 3.2 <0.1% 13 73.2 61
Luxembourg 9.8 0.5 <0.1% 12 93.0 81
Malta 1.6 0.2 <0.1% 11 71.3 54
Mexico 438.5 145.1 2% 9 32.1 31
Netherlands 154.8 17.3 <0.1% 12 92.1 82
Poland 322.6 47.5 <0.1% 13 62.0 56
Portugal 48.6 11.3 <0.1% 9 77.9 62
Romania 75.1 23.8 <0.1% 11 57.8 45
Russia 1,678.4 853.0 <0.1% 12 29.9 29
Saudi Arabia 582.1 44.2 <0.1% 10 54.6 53
Slovak Republic 33.3 4.4 <0.1% 13 65.4 52
Slovenia 13.7 2.0 <0.1% 13 75.0 57
South Africa 478.6 45.4 19% 10 45.8 44
Spain 252.7 39.9 <0.1% 10 70.9 61
Sweden 42.8 4.6 <0.1% 13 93.3 85
Turkey 405.1 47.4 <0.1% 8 39.8 38
United Kingdom 369.9 51.2 <0.1% 13 85.6 78
United States 5,284.7 623.8 <0.1% 13 82.4 67

G20
Totals/Averages:
28,912.3 5,268.2 N/A 11* 68.7* 59*


Notes:
  • Data with an astrix (*) represents an average for all countries.
  • Index numbers shown on a scale of 0-100.
    Rule of Law: 100 = High rule of law, 0 = low rule of law.
    Corruption Perceptions Index: 100 = Low levels of corruption, 0 = High levels of corruption.
  • Total Carbon and Methane data expressed in MTCo2e (Million Metric Tons of CO2 equivalent)
  • Data with an astrix (*) represents an average for all countries.



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