Indonesia is expected to be the fifth economic dominant country in 2030


IllustrationIllustration - A public accountant organization, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) made a report on the developing countries which are expected to dominate the global economy in 2030.

From the report, developing countries such as India and Brazil are expected to increasingly challenging economic dominance of developed countries, such as  United States (U.S) and China. Interestingly, Indonesia reported also included on 5 large developing countries that dominate the global economy in the year 2030.

The report made the projection based on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by purchasing power parity (PPP). PPP is a model describing the purchasing power and the value of a particular currency. The following list of 10 countries which is expected to dominate the global economy ahead, as quoted from, Saturday (9/9):

  1. China — U.S. $38,008 trillion
  2. United States — US $23,475 trillion
  3. India — U.S. $19,511 trillion
  4. Japan — U.S. $5,606 trillion
  5. Indonesia — U.S. $5,424 trillion
  6. Russia — US $4,736 trillion
  7. Germany — U.S. $4,707 trillion
  8. Brazil — U.S. $4,439 trillion
  9. Mexico — U.S. $3,661 trillion
  10. United Kingdom — U.S. $3,638 trillion



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