A Comparison of United States and China GDP

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GDP of UNITED STATES & CHINA Compared 2008-2017.

US and China are the two leading economies of the world with the highest GDP (Gross Domestic Product). US economy’s GDP for 2017 was 19.4 Trillion dollars and growth rate 2.3% (WorldBank). As per IMF estimates, U.S. GDP’s growth rate was 2.2% in 2017. China economy’s growth rate in 2017 was 6.9 percent (World Bank & IMF). Its GDP was 12.2 Trillion dollars in 2017 (World Bank).¬† During the 2008-17 period, China’s GDP growth rate was highest in 2010 at 10.6%. US economy achieved the highest growth rate of 2.9% in 2015 (WorldBank).

The following table shows the GDP of U.S. & China during the least ten years (World Bank). Sums are in Trillion dollars.

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The following  table shows the GDP growth rates for US and China during the last ten years (World Bank).

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The table below shows the Real GDP Growth rates of US & CHINA from 1980-2023. (Based upon IMF data).

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Sources:

Based on world bank data.

(https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.CD?locations=US-CN)

Abhijeet Pratap

Abhijeet has been blogging on educational topics and business research since 2016. He graduated with a Hons. in English literature from BRABU and an MBA from the Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi. He likes to blog and share his knowledge and research in business management, marketing, literature and other areas with his readers.