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List of Economies by Incremental Nominal GDP from 1980 to 1990


1980 1990 - European Union, United States and Japan lead expansion [edit]
At exchange rates, the economic output of 112 markets expanded by $10.7 trillion from 1980 to 1990. The economic output of 34 markets contracted by $276.9 billion from 1980 to 1990. The five largest contributors to global output contraction are Argentina at 24%, Saudi Arabia at 17%, Nigeria at 11%, Venezuela at 8%, and Vietnam at 8%. At purchasing power parity, the economic output of 145 markets expanded by $12.1 trillion from 1980 to 1990. The economic output of 2 markets contracted by $3.5 billion from 1980 to 1990. The two contributors to global output contraction are Lebanon at 70% and Libya at 30%. The following two tables are lists of twenty largest economies by incremental GDP from 1980 to 1990 by International Monetary Fund.

List of Economies by Incremental GDP (PPP) from 1980 to 1990

Rank

Country

Incremental GDP (billions ofUS$) Share of Global Incremental GDP

World

12,167.955

100.00%

European Union

3,179.570

26.13%

United States

3,012.375

24.76%

Japan

1,349.389

11.09%

Germany

684.548

5.63%

France

494.476

4.06%

Italy

465.212

3.82%

Industry, value added (% of GDP)


Country name France Germany Italy Japan United States
1980 32 41 38 39 34 1981 31 40 37 39 34 1982 30 40 36 38 33

Country name France Germany Italy Japan United States

1983 30 39 35 38 32

1984 29 39 35 38 32

1985 29 39 34 38 31

1986 29 39 33 37 29

1987 28 38 33 37 29

Country name France Germany Italy Japan United States

1988 28 38 33 37 30

1989 27 38 33 37 29

1990 27 37 32 38 28

Agriculture, value added (% of GDP)


Country name France Germany Italy Japan United States
1980 5 2 6 3 3 1981 5 2 6 3 3 1982 5 3 5 3 3

Country name France Germany Italy Japan United States

1983 5 2 5 3 2

1984 5 2 5 3 3

1985 5 2 5 3 2

1986 4 2 4 3 2

1987 4 2 4 2 2

Country name France Germany Italy Japan United States

1988 4 2 4 2 2

1989 4 2 4 2 2

1990 4 1 3 2 2

List of Economies by Incremental Nominal GDP from 1990 to 2000


1990 2000 - United States dominates expansion [edit]
At exchange rates, the economic output of 122 markets expanded by $10.7 trillion from 1990 to 2000. The economic output of 29 markets contracted by $94.2 billion from 1990 to 2000. The five largest contributors to global output contraction are Italy at 37%, Finland at 18%, Bulgaria at 9%, Algeria at 8%, and the Democratic Republic of Congo at 5%. At purchasing power parity, the economic output of 148 markets expanded by $16.9 trillion from 1990 to 2000. The economic output of 3 markets contracted by $17.8 billion from 1990 to 2000. The three contributors to global output contraction are Bulgaria at 64%, the Democratic Republic of Congo at 29% and Sierra Leone at 7%

List of Economies by Incremental GDP (PPP) from 1990 to 2000

Rank

Country

Incremental GDP (billions ofUS$) Share of Global Incremental GDP

World

18,778.927

100.00%

United States

4,150.950

22.10%

European Union

3,829.220

20.39%

China

2,104.502

11.21%

India

826.837

4.40%

Germany

697.450

3.71%

United Kingdom

554.819

2.95%

Agriculture value added per worker (constant 2000 US$)


Agriculture value added per worker is a measure of agricultural productivity. Value added in agriculture measures the output of the agricultural sector (ISIC divisions 1-5) less the value of intermediate inputs. Agriculture comprises value added from forestry, hunting, and fishing as well as cultivation of crops and livestock production. Data are in constant 2000 U.S. dollars.

Country name China Germany India United Kingdom United States

1991 261 13,882 352 189 19,533

1992 271 14,102 370 182 21,568

Country name China Germany India United Kingdom United States

1993 282 14,509 376 1.345 21,408

1994 292 13,750 388 1,251 23,137

1995 306 15,077 381 1,245 21,180

1996 320 16,333 414

1997 330 17,577 398

22,773

25,452

Country name China Germany India United Kingdom United States

1998 341 17,172 419 1,057 27,057

1999 350 20,359 425 1,194 31,061

2000 358 21,274 420 24,404 35,599

List of Economies by Incremental Nominal GDP from 2000 to 2010


2000 2010 Rise of Developing and Emerging Economies [edit]
This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. No cleanup reason has been specified. Please help improve this section if you can. (January 2012) 2000 2006 United States still leads, but China is catching up At exchange rates, the economic output of 176 markets expanded by $17.4 trillion from 2000 to 2006. The five largest contributors to global output expansion are the United States at 20%, Chinaat 9%, Germany at 6%, the United Kingdom at 6%, and France at 5%. The economic output of 4 markets contracted by $94.2 billion from 2000 to 2006. The three largest contributors to global output contraction are Japan at 80%, Argentina at 19%, and Uruguay at 1%. At purchasing power parity, the economic output of 180 markets expanded by $19.2 trillion from 2000 to 2006. The five largest contributors to global output expansion are the United States at 18%, China at 17%, India at 6%, Japan at 5%, and Russia at 4%. 2007 China leads expansion The economic output by nominal GDP of 183 markets expanded by $6.4 trillion during 2007. China accounted for 12% while the United States accounted for 10%, Germany accounted for 6%, and the United Kingdom accounted for 6% of the global output expansion. 2008 credit crisis begins The economic output of 171 markets expanded by $5.8 trillion during 2008. China accounted for one-sixth of the global output expansion. The economic output of 11 markets contracted by $267 billion during 2008. The United Kingdom accounted for one-half while South Korea accounted for two-fifth of the global output contraction. Though the crisis first affected most countries in 2008, it was not yet deep enough to reverse growth. 2009 credit crisis spreads At exchange rates, the economic output of 127 markets contracted by $4.1 trillion during 2009. The United Kingdom was the largest victim accounting for 12% while Russia accounted for 11% and Germany accounted for 8% of the global output contraction. The economic output of 56 markets expanded by $767.1 billion during 2009. China accounted for 61% while Japan accounted for 20% and Indonesia accounted for 4% of the global output expansion. At purchasing power parity, the economic output of 79 markets contracted by $1.4 trillion during 2009. The United States was the largest victim accounting for 18% while Japan accounted for 17% and Russia accounted for 10% of the global output contraction. The economic output of 104 markets expanded by $1.5 trillion during 2009. China accounted for 56% while India accounted for 17% and Indonesia accounted for 3% of the global output expansion. 2010 recovery

At exchange rates, the economic output of 148 markets expanded by $5.3 trillion during 2010. The five largest contributors to global output expansion are China at 17%, the United States at 10%, Brazil at 9%, Japan at 8%, and India at 5%. The economic output of 35 markets contracted by $338.5 billion during 2010. The five largest contributors to global output contraction areFrance at 22%, Italy at 18%, Spain at 17%, Venezuela at 10%, and Germany at 7%. At purchasing power parity, the economic output of 169 markets expanded by $4.2 trillion during 2010. The five largest contributors to global output expansion are China at 25%, the United States at 13%, India at 10%, Japan at 5%, and Brazil at 4%. The economic output of 14 markets contracted by $17.8 billion during 2010. The five largest contributors to global output contraction are Greece at 67%, Venezuela at 19%, Romania at 5%, Haiti at 3%, and Croatia at 2%. IMF's economic outlook for 2010 noted that banks faced a "wall" of maturing debt, which presents important risks for the normalization of credit conditions. There has been little progress in lengthening the maturity of their funding and, as a result, over $4 trillion in debt is due to be refinanced in the next 2 [10] years. ` While there have been some encouraging signs of economic recovery, especially in the United States, the global economic growth seems to be losing momentum. According to the IMF's World Economic Outlook report puplished in April 2012, "global growth is projected to drop from about 4 percent in 2011 to about 3 percent in 2012 because of weak activity during the second half of 2011 and the first half of [11] 2012." The following two tables are lists of twenty largest economies by incremental GDP from 2000 to 2010 by International Monetary Fund.

List of Economies by Incremental GDP (PPP) from 2000 to 2010

Rank

Country

Incremental GDP (billions ofUS$) Share of Global Incremental GDP

World

32,519.571

100.00%

China

7,113.508

21.9%

European Union

4,741.870

14.6%

United States

4,547.450

14.0%

India

2,450.303

7.5%

Russia

1,120.825

3.4%

Brazil

952.124

2.9%