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Old 04-23-2018, 10:15 AM
 
Location: Manchester NH
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Absolutely right on both counts. If the base had been 2016 to 2024 or any other pair of years, the rounded off numbers would have fallen into a completely different ordering, and 2017-2023 are completely arbitrary markers.

My experience in Iran showed me that the Iranians are a wonderfully competent and civilized people
My fellow Americans aren't bad people, they've just been brainwashed into believing Iran is the enemy by the militaristic corporate media.
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Old 04-23-2018, 10:21 AM
 
Location: Ankara, Turkey
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Iran will be the next global economic power if the Americans stop killing my people and sanctioning them to starvation.

Even after years of chemical warfare, bombs, blockades, revolutions, coups, and more the Iranian people still produce the most engineers in the world, more than their western counter-parts.
All developing countries need to focus on strong economies and secular and modern education for their children in order to prevent malicious meddling from other countries.
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Old 04-23-2018, 12:29 PM
 
Location: London, UK
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I honestly don't get why Iran is the enemy and Saudi Arabia not. Iranians are great people, quite liberal in their way of thinking. Many young people don't even believe in Islam there and if they do they're quite blazeh about it.

Saudi Arabia is opressive by all counts, it doesn't even allow most foreigners to visit their soil.
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Old 05-22-2018, 05:16 PM
 
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Judging my own wisdom on these matters, I have found that Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, China(Including Hong Kong, Macau Inside), India, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, UAE, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, UK, France, Italy, Spain. Top 20 isn’t capturing everything. Ranks Of 30 Is Necessary Order Form. Additional qualifying: Australia, USA, Canada, Chile, Norway, Finland, Ireland, Russia, Kazakhstan, Sweden.

Then, potentially encapsulating full Top 59 combing together Qatar, Kuwait, Cyprus, Israel, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Nigeria, Iran, Oman, Portugal, Iceland, Philippines, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Latvia, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, South Africa, Belgium, Turkey, Azerbaijan, New Zealand, Slovakia, Croatia, Estonia. Remember, there are 198 unique nations that is not ever including at least 100 other ones.

Precious Essential Commodities, Average Annual Income, Purchasing Cost Of Living, Per Capita Rate, Gross Domestic Product GDP, Geographic Coverage, Highly Diversifying Variety, Major Companies, Ethical Morality Standards, Ecological Sustainability, Fast Productive Efficiency, Finally Loyal Followers That Are Paid Employees. Relevant specific traits encompassing this Planet Earth economics topic.

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Old 10-20-2018, 12:46 PM
 
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The following 20 countries are the world's biggest economic growth contributors from 2017 to 2023 in GDP (PPP) according to IMF's database released in October 2018.

Top 20 countries with % of global economic growth in GDP (PPP) from 2017 to 2023
01. China - 27.81%
02. India - 14.12%
---. European Union - 10.82%
03. United States - 10.31%
04. Indonesia - 3.42%
05. Germany - 1.96%
06. Russia - 1.89%
07. Japan - 1.86%
08. Brazil - 1.79%
09. Mexico - 1.58%
10. Egypt - 1.38%
11. United Kingdom - 1.36%
12. France - 1.36%
13. South Korea - 1.30%
14. Turkey - 1.24%
15. Philippines - 1.15%
16. Thailand - 1.00%
17. Saudi Arabia - 1.00%
18. Bangladesh - 0.96%
19. Spain - 0.94%
20. Malaysia - 0.91%

Spain and Malaysia enter top 20 for this database while Iran and Pakistan dropped out of top 20!

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Old 04-13-2019, 03:53 AM
 
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The following 20 countries are the world's biggest economic growth contributors from 2017 to 2024 in GDP (PPP) according to IMF's database released in April 2019.

Top 20 countries with % of global economic growth in GDP (PPP) from 2017 to 2024
01. China - 28.19%
02. India - 14.65%
---. European Union - 10.45%
03. United States - 10.38%
04. Indonesia - 3.51%
05. Russia - 2.02%
06. Japan - 1.84%
07. Germany - 1.83%
08. Brazil - 1.80%
09. Mexico - 1.44%
10. Egypt - 1.43%
11. South Korea - 1.35%
12. United Kingdom - 1.35%
13. France - 1.32%
14. Turkey - 1.25%
15. Philippines - 1.18%
16. Saudi Arabia - 1.01%
17. Bangladesh - 1.00%
18. Thailand - 0.99%
19. Spain - 0.93%
20. Malaysia - 0.93%

These 20 countries account for 78% of global economic growth.

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Old 04-13-2019, 08:11 AM
 
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You can see Eurasia continent once becomes a single economic and trade zone, American continent will loss its geopolitical importance greatly. Not only that, Eurasia continent also has about 80% of global oil reserve, 90% of population for consumer market. What drove Columbus to sea in search for trade route with China on behalf of Europeans is still in place.
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Old 04-13-2019, 10:33 AM
 
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i get the top three...

but why isnt africa on there? outside of north africa, the rest of the continent is doing pretty good if europe is in the 1-2% range in comparison

maybe five years isnt long enough
Their economies aren't large enough to be top contributors. Nigeria and South Africa are barely in the top 30 by economy size.

The OPs list is basically the largest economies of the World + a few Asian countries with large economies and population.
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Old 04-13-2019, 10:55 AM
 
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You can see Eurasia continent once becomes a single economic and trade zone, American continent will loss its geopolitical importance greatly. Not only that, Eurasia continent also has about 80% of global oil reserve, 90% of population for consumer market. What drove Columbus to sea in search for trade route with China on behalf of Europeans is still in place.
What? There is no more isolation in today’s world...
Besides,
Flight time from Shanghai -> Amsterdam is 12 hours
Flight time from London -> New York is 7 hours and 10 mins

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Old 04-18-2019, 11:10 AM
 
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
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Where do Dubai, UAE, Qatar, etc. fit in?
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