10 Maiores Economias do Mundo para 2050

10 World´s Largest Economies for 2050
These Economies Will Dominate The World In 2050.
Economists on Wall Street are out with their recommendations for 2012. A few have come out with calls for 2015. But one, HSBC, is out with a call for 2050.”The World in 2050,” a new report by HSBC economist Karen Ward, forecasts the economic prowess of the 100 largest economies. Of interest in her report is where each happens to fall, and how income per capita will grow in a number of emerging markets.
Key notes we’ve already taken away: Italy will no longer be in the top ten and the U.S., as you’ve likely guessed, is no longer number one.

10. Canada

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $2.3 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $51,485
Detail: Canada will claim title to the last rung on the top ten, with its economy ranked tenth in size in both 2010 and 2050. HSBC estimates the country’s population will swell to 44 million.

9. France

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $2.8 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $40,643
Detail: Although the French economy will continue to grow over the next four decades, the percentage of the population at work will decline. France is the first of three Eurozone countries to break into the top ten.

8. Mexico

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $2.8 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $21,793
Detail: Current troubles plaguing Mexico will not keep the country from posting impressive growth. HSBC estimates that, while adding fewer than 15% more new citizens, its GDP will more than quadruple.

7. Brazil

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $3.0 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $13,547
Detail: More than 200 million people will call Brazil home by 2050, and their standard of living will be significantly improved from 2010. Income per capita will nearly triple over those 40 years. Brazil will also be the largest economy in Latin America.

6. United Kingdom

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $3.6 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $49,412
Detail: The United Kingdom is expected to grow by more than 10 million people over the next half century, helping double the size of the economy.

5. Germany

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $3.7 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $52,683
Detail: Germany’s economy will remain the largest in Europe, out-producing the U.K. even though the two nations will have virtually the same population size. However, the number of people living in Germany is expected to tumble by 24% as the U.K. grows.

4. Japan

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $6.4 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $63,244
Detail: Japan’s population will decline markedly over the next 50 years, but its economy will still grow by $1.4 trillion. Together, income per capita will rise ever higher — ranking fourth in the world.

3. India

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $8.1 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $5,060
Detail: India’s economy will have skyrocketed by 2050, growing from $960 billion to more than $8 trillion. The country will also add 400 million more people to its population over the next half century.

2. United States of America

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $22.3 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $55,134
Detail: Even though the U.S. is no longer number one, the size of its economy will have doubled while adding roughly 90 million people to its population.

1. China

Size of Economy (Year 2000 dollars): $25.3 trillionIncome per capita (Year 2000 dollars): $17,759
Detail: HSBC predicts that China will overtake the U.S. in size sometime over the next 50 years as its population surges to 1.43 billion. Even with the increase, its income per capita will remain outside the top 50 nations.

Source: HSBC

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