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The Gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure used in economics of the size of a territory's economy.

It is defined as the total value of all products manufactured and goods provided within that territory during a specified period (most commonly, per year).

For more information see measures of national income.

List of countries by GDP

  1. United States: 10,019.7 billion dollars (2001, OECD)
  2. Japan: 4,141.4 billion dollars (2001 OECD)
  3. Germany: 1,853.4 billion dollars (2001, OECD)
  4. United Kingdom: 1,421.9 billion dollars (2001, OECD)
  5. France: 1,309.8 billion dollars (2001, OECD)
  6. Italy: 1,088.8 billion dollars (2001, OECD)
  7. Canada: 694.5 billion dollars (2001, OECD)
  8. Russia ??? or just before
  9. Mexico: 617 billion dollars (2001, OECD)



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