With GDP (the total of what a country has to offer expressed in monetary terms) data gathered from Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank presented how world influence will...

With GDP (the total of what a country has to offer expressed in monetary terms) data gathered from Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank presented how world influence will shift as we move towards the year 2050.

Based on GDP size, these were the top 10 countries in 2003:1. USA2. Japan3. Germany4. UK5. France6. China7. Italy8. Korea9. India10. Russia

Now, here are the top 10 countries in 2050 based on projected GDP:1. China2. USA3. India4. Japan5. Brazil6. Russia7. UK8. Germany9. France10. Italy

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