IMF Predicts: The world's biggest economies by 2028!

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Italy has a mixed economy with strengths in sectors like manufacturing, fashion and design, automotive, and tourism. It is known for its luxury goods and cultural heritage.



Canada has a highly developed and diversified economy, with strengths in industries like natural resources, energy, technology, manufacturing, and services. It is closely linked to the United States in terms of trade and economic integration.



As the largest economy in South America, Brazil has a wide range of industries, including agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and services. It is a major player in global commodity markets.



France has a diverse economy and is known for its strong presence in sectors like aerospace, defense, automotive, luxury goods, and tourism. It is one of the largest economies in Europe.


United Kingdom

UK has a significant impact due to its financial services sector centered in London. It also has a diverse economy encompassing industries such as manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and creative services.



Germany is a leading economy in Europe and has a well-diversified industrial base. It is known for its excellence in engineering, automobile manufacturing, chemical production, and high-quality exports.


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japan- $5.3 trillion

Japan remains one of the largest economies globally. It has a highly developed industrial sector, particularly in automotive, electronics, and machinery manufacturing, as well as a strong presence in technological innovation.


India- $5.5 trillion

With a massive population and a growing middle class, India has emerged as one of the world's fastest-growing major economies. It has a diverse economy with strengths in information technology, services, manufacturing, and agriculture.


China: $27.4 trillion

Over the past few decades, China has experienced rapid economic growth and emerged as a global economic powerhouse. Its large population, expanding middle class, and robust manufacturing and export sectors contribute to its economic strength.


United States: $32.3 trillion

The United States has consistently held the position as the world's largest economy for many years. It boasts a diverse economy encompassing various sectors such as technology, finance, manufacturing, and services.