Feb 242010
 

These are the world’s 14 largest economies (GDP, purchasing power parity, 2008, in US dollars):

  1. USA           14,960 billion
  2. China         7,800 billion
  3. Japan         4,487 billion
  4. India           3,319 billion
  5. Germany     2,863 billion
  6. UK             2,279 billion
  7. Russia       2,225 billion
  8. France       2,097 billion
  9. Brazil         2,030 billion
  10. Italy           1,801 billion
  11. Mexico       1,578 billion
  12. Spain         1,378 billion
  13. Canada       1,336 billion
  14. South Korea   1,312 billion

As you can see, Mexico has the world’s 11th largest economy, slightly larger than the economies of either Canada or Spain.

[Figures taken from Table 14.1 of Geo-Mexico: the geography and dynamics of modern Mexico.]

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