According to market research company New World Wealth, the world has accumulated $215 trillion in private wealth, a 12% increase over the last year. Incredibly, the vast majority of this wealth – about 73.5% – is held by just 10 countries: Rank Country Wealth (USD Trillions) Change (2007-2017), % #1 United States $62.6 20% #2 China $24.8 198% #3 Japan $19.5 22% #4 United Kingdom $9.9 -2% #5 Germany $9.7 0% #6 India $8.2 160% #7 France $6.6 -11% #8 Canada $6.4 25% #9 Australia $6.1 83% #10 Italy $4.3 -19% Over the last decade, China
he United States has the largest economy in the world at $20.4 trillion, according to data from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which shows the US economy increased from around $19.4 trillion last year. China follows, with $14 trillion, which is an increase of more than $2 trillion in comparison to 2017.
rand Finance, independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy, has published 2016 edition of Nation Brands report. Nation Brands 2016 represents the annual report on the World’s most valuable nation brands. In a global marketplace, a nation brand is one of the most important assets of any state, encouraging inward investment, adding
rand Finance, independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy, has published 2015 edition of Nation Brands report. Nation Brands 2015 represents the annual report on the World's most valuable nation brands. In a global marketplace, a nation brand is one of the most important assets of any state, encouraging inward investment, adding
he Human Freedom Index presents the state of human freedom in the world based on a broad measure that encompasses personal, civil, and economic freedom. Human freedom is a social concept that recognizes the dignity of individuals and is defined here as negative liberty or the absence of coercive constraint.