The world’s 10 biggest economies in 2017

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The economy of the United States is the largest in the world. At $18 trillion, it represents a quarter share of the global economy (24.3%), according to the latest World Bank figures.  


China follows, with $11 trillion, or 14.8% of the world economy. Japan is in third place with an economy of $4.4 trillion, which represents almost 6% of the world economy.
European countries take the next three places on the list: Germany in fourth position, with a $3.3 trillion economy; the United Kingdom in fifth with $2.9 trillion; and France in sixth with $2.4 trillion.
India is in seventh place with $2 trillion, and Italy in eighth with an economy of over $1.8 trillion.
Ninth place goes to Brazil, with an almost $1.8 trillion economy.
And in 10th is Canada, with an economy of over $1.5 trillion.
The economy of the United States is larger than the combined economies of numbers three to 10 on the list.
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