In 2010, the IMF estimate of China's GDP was 5.88 trillion USD, overtaking Japan and thus placing it as the second largest economy based on GDP in the world, behind USA.
GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product and is defined as the total market value of all the goods and services produced within the borders of a nation during a specified period.
Because when you divide their GDP by the number of Chinese people you get a small number. There are a LOT of people in China.
GDP: $3.251 Trillion (2007 Est.)
China's GDP is $11.29 trillion (2011 est.) India's GDP is $4.463 trillion ( 2011 est.) Therefore no. India have a lower GDP than China. kingboy190 :)
By nominal GDP: U.S. and China. By PPP GDP: U.S. and China.
United states and china United States GDP $14,580,000,000,000 China GDP $7,800,000,000,000
by gdp, china is richer than russia by gdp per capita, russia is richer than china by population, china by far by military, about the same, but china has more people in the army
Do you mean as total gdp? China ofcourse.
The GDP per capita for China in 2008 according to the CIA World Factbook was $6,000 (in US Dollars) ranking China 133rd in the world.
Second largest GDP next to china
A relatively advanced developing economy of 1.3 billion people.
In volume terms, no. In per capita terms, Mexico is much richer than China:GDP (US$ billions): China: 10,084.8Mexico: 1,652.2GDP Per Capita (US$): Mexico: 15,010China: 7,570
India is the best in the world China has a much larger GDP and money in total.
China. China's GDP is 13 trillion whereas the US' GDP is 18 trillion
India Ranks 8th in GDP Nominal basis and 4th ( after US/China/Japan) in PPP basis.
Because of China's secrecy and the unreliability of the figures they publish, it is very difficult to tell how much bigger the GDP of the US is compared to China. Even so, experts estimate that there isn't much difference between both countries and China will have a larger GDP than the US by 2017.
Sectors related to GDP:Agriculture Growth Rate-GDPIndustry Growth Rate- GDPInfrastructure Sector Growth Rate- GDPServices Sector Growth Rate- GDPBusiness Expectations Index Surveys on India GDPIndia GDP and Standard of LivingLimitations of GDP per Capita in Measuring GrowthGDP India vs. GDP ChinaIndia GDP Forecast 2008World Bank India GDPBy Anaya,The Cheesy Animation
No, China is one of the wealthier nations in Asia by GDP, although it is still developing.
With a GDP (PPP) of $14,720,000,000,000 USD, the United States is the largest economy. The US is followed by China (#2) with a GDP of $ 9,872,000,000,000; Japan (#3) with a GDP of $ 4,338,000,000,000; and India (#4) with a GDP of $4,046,000,000,000; and Germany with a GDP of $2,951,000,000,000. All figures from CIA World Factbook 2010 - GDP estimate expressed as PPP
Actually, the answer to this is that in terms of GDP per capita, Japan is richer. However, if you look at the GDP figures of the two countries, China has a larger value, though in terms of richness Japan is richer because its per capita is larger than China!
Here are the top 3 economies as of 2009... 1. China ( Approximate GDP- $7,043,000,000,000 ) 2. Japan ( Approximate GDP- $4,305,000,000,000 ) 3. India (Approximate GDP- $2,965,000,000,000 )
According to the United Nations, China is one of the top 10 economies rated by GDP. In fact, they are second behind the United States and one position ahead of Japan.
china has only 3 GDP per person and only the ghost off poltergeist knows so you have to watch poltergeist
it is the wrong one so u keep quiet
They have increased their education programs.