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World's Richest Countries 2008


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World's Richest Countries 2008
Fastest-Growing Economies were China, Russia and Argentina

© Daniel Workman
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USA = leading designer of electronic transistors, paul.schubert@arcor.de (morguefile.com)
Among the 30 wealthiest countries with the highest GDP statistics, the United States of America still has the world's largest and most technologically powerful economy.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the world’s most widely used indicator of the overall size and health of a country’s economy.

That’s because GDP represents the total market value of all goods and services produced within a nation’s geographic boundaries during a given year.

In its simplest form, GDP equals a country’s Consumption, plus Investments, plus Government spending, plus Exports minus Imports (also called a nation’s net exports or balance of payments). Economists write this formula as C + I + G + (X-M).

In the fall of 2008, the investment component of America’s GDP started to unravel as credit dried up. In turn, these forces touched off a frightening slowdown in the global economy. Still, the United States remains as the world’s richest economy as measured by GDP.
Top 10 Richest Countries by 2008 GDP

Among the top 10 countries with the highest GDP sums last year, 5 were from the European Union. The 3 Asian countries (China, Russia and Japan) had the largest percentage gains over 2007. South America’s largest nation, resource-rich Brazil, also experienced a healthy two-digit jump in GDP.

1. United States … US$14.265 trillion (up 3.3% from 2007)

2. Japan … $4.924 trillion (up 12.3%)

3. China … $4.402 trillion (up 30.1%)

4. Germany … $3.668 trillion (up 10.4%)

5. France … $2.866 trillion (up 10.5%)

6. United Kingdom … $2.674 trillion (down 4.6%)

7. Italy … $2.314 trillion (up 9.3%)

8. Russia … $1.677 trillion (up 29.5%)

9. Spain … $1.612 trillion (up 11.9%)

10. Brazil … $1.573 trillion (up 17.9%).
Top 20 Wealthiest GDP Nations in 2008

America’s North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners, Canada and Mexico, are among the top 20 richest countries by GDP in 2008. Those economies recorded single-digit GDP growth, while Poland and Indonesia led with high double-digit advances.

11. Canada … $1.511 trillion (up 5.2%)

12. India … $1.210 trillion (up 9.7%)

13. Mexico … $1.088 trillion (up 6.1%)

14. Australia … $1.011 trillion (up 11.1%)

15. South Korea … $947 billion (down 9.8%)

16. Netherlands … $868.9 billion (up 11.8%)

17. Turkey … $729.4 billion (up 12.4%)

18. Poland … $525.7 billion (up 23.8%)

19. Indonesia … $511.8 billion (up 18.4%)

20. Belgium … $506.4 billion (up 10.3%)
Rounding Out the Top 30 Richest Countries

Led by Saudi Arabia, Argentina and Iran, eight of the following 10 countries accomplished hefty double-digit increases. Even though they may account for the bottom level of the world’s top 30 GDP totals, only Taiwan and Sweden display more modest single-digit improvements.

21. Switzerland … $492.6 billion (up 15.3%)

22. Sweden … $484.6 billion (up 6.8%)

23. Saudi Arabia …. $481.6 billion (up 26.1%)

24. Norway … $456.2 billion (up 17.1%)

25. Austria … $415.3 billion (up 11.9%)

26. Taiwan … $392.6 billion (up 2%)

27. Greece … $357.5 billion (up 14.3%)

28. Iran … $344.8 billion (up 20.6%)

29. Denmark … $324.9 billion (up 10.4%)

30. Argentina … $326.5 billion (up 25.4%).

Based on the above GDP statistics, the U.S. (up only 3.3%) and its close trading partners namely Canada (5.2%), the U.K. and Mexico (6.1%) were among the poorest performers of the top 30 economies. The question is, can American technological innovations spearhead improvements in GDP that lead the global economic recovery?

Logic would dictate that if the world’s most powerful economy could ignite a global meltdown, then the USA should be able to start a reversal of the current downturn.

Sources for this Article

This article is based on statistics from the World Economic Outlook Database from the International Monetary Fund as of April 2009.

The copyright of the article World's Richest Countries 2008 in Global Economy is owned by Daniel Workman. Permission to republish World's Richest Countries 2008 in print or online must be granted by the author in writing.
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Default Hutang terhadap GDP/PDB dibanding dengan negara Jepang

Ada yang menarik ttg utang indonesia yang menurut data sekitar 32% dari PDB, yang katanya negara maju (seperti jepang 217% dari PDB) atau AS yang sekrang lagi sekarat (sekitar 81% dari PDB). PDB=Produk Domestic Bruto/GDP=Gross Domestic Product

Tapi perlu dilihat competitiveness (daya saing) negara kita dengan jepang dan AS sngat jauh (Indonesia urutan 54 th 2008, urutan 42 tahun 2009 http://prakosobhairawa2008.blogspot....gkat-daya.html , http://ceda.com.au/public/publicatio...book_2009.html ). Dari situs itu US No.1 dan jepang No.17 ).

Belum lagi kalo dilihat dari cadangan devisa. Jepng adalah negara No.2 cadangan devisanya (awal 2009 lebih dari 1 juta milyar US $) kira2 10 ribu kali dari APBN kita.
Sebgai gambaran cadangan devisa kita (Mei 2009 sebesar 56 milyar US $ i http://wapedia.mobi/en/List_of_count...hange_reserves )

Dari data diatas jelas, sngat tidak fair membandingkan hutang kita dengan negara maju. Tapi data dan informasi ini tidak pernah disampaikan secara gamblang oleh pemerintah sekrang, mereka hanya melihat rasio hutang terhdap PDB saja. Ini suatu pembodohan thd masyarakat. Ayo sampaikan informasi secara lebih berimbang donk ? Jangan bilang hutang sudah lunas dengan IMF, memang benar dengan IMF lunas, tapi tidak utang2 lain.

Tercatat utang indonesia Rp.1667 trilyun dengan penambhan rata2 100 tilyun pertahun selama pemerintahan sekarang

Jadi kalau PDB kita, masuk 20 besar dunia, ternyata hutang kita masuk 4 besar negara berkembang.

Jadi walapun Jepang punya hutang lebih besar pasak daripada tiang (217 % terhdap PDB) tapi cadangan devisanya sangattt besar. Dengan kata lain kalau pengeluaran bulanan kita lebih besar dari gaji/pendapatan bulanan kita, ya ngga apa-apa, karena kita punya tabungan (devisa dalam hal ini) sangat besar untuk nombokin pasak tadi.

Lha, sekarang Indonesia, 32 % PDB nya ternyata utang ??? Tiap tahun kita harus bayar utang (pokok+cicilan) lebih dari Rp. 130 T . Tahun ini saja (kompas) sebesar Rp.170 T. Wow sungguh fantastis.
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Ada yang menarik ttg utang indonesia yang menurut data sekitar 32% dari PDB, yang katanya negara maju (seperti jepang 217% dari PDB) atau AS yang sekrang lagi sekarat (sekitar 81% dari PDB). PDB=Produk Domestic Bruto/GDP=Gross Domestic Product

Tapi perlu dilihat competitiveness (daya saing) negara kita dengan jepang dan AS sngat jauh (Indonesia urutan 54 th 2008, urutan 42 tahun 2009 http://prakosobhairawa2008.blogspot....gkat-daya.html , http://ceda.com.au/public/publicatio...book_2009.html ). Dari situs itu US No.1 dan jepang No.17 ).

Belum lagi kalo dilihat dari cadangan devisa. Jepng adalah negara No.2 cadangan devisanya (awal 2009 lebih dari 1 juta milyar US $) kira2 10 ribu kali dari APBN kita.
Sebgai gambaran cadangan devisa kita (Mei 2009 sebesar 56 milyar US $ i http://wapedia.mobi/en/List_of_count...hange_reserves )

Dari data diatas jelas, sngat tidak fair membandingkan hutang kita dengan negara maju. Tapi data dan informasi ini tidak pernah disampaikan secara gamblang oleh pemerintah sekrang, mereka hanya melihat rasio hutang terhdap PDB saja. Ini suatu pembodohan thd masyarakat. Ayo sampaikan informasi secara lebih berimbang donk ? Jangan bilang hutang sudah lunas dengan IMF, memang benar dengan IMF lunas, tapi tidak utang2 lain.

Tercatat utang indonesia Rp.1667 trilyun dengan penambhan rata2 100 tilyun pertahun selama pemerintahan sekarang

Jadi kalau PDB kita, masuk 20 besar dunia, ternyata hutang kita masuk 4 besar negara berkembang.

Jadi walapun Jepang punya hutang lebih besar pasak daripada tiang (217 % terhdap PDB) tapi cadangan devisanya sangattt besar. Dengan kata lain kalau pengeluaran bulanan kita lebih besar dari gaji/pendapatan bulanan kita, ya ngga apa-apa, karena kita punya tabungan (devisa dalam hal ini) sangat besar untuk nombokin pasak tadi.

Lha, sekarang Indonesia, 32 % PDB nya ternyata utang ??? Tiap tahun kita harus bayar utang (pokok+cicilan) lebih dari Rp. 130 T . Tahun ini saja (kompas) sebesar Rp.170 T. Wow sungguh fantastis.

berdasarkan link diatas..cadangan devisa kita ada di nomer urut 25 terbesar di dunia....http://wapedia.mobi/en/List_of_count...hange_reserves

sedangkan tanggapan di atas tentang hutang indonesia tidak menyertakan sumber / referensi yang jelas dari mana data hutang indonesia diatas..tolong di sertakan



List of states by foreign exchange reserves
24 Denmark 62,400 May 2009
25 Indonesia 56,600 May 2009
26 Iraq 48,779 Jan 2009 [2]

dan soal daya saing..indonesia ada di nomer urut 42 besar dunia..
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Tambahan mengenai hutang indonesia dari website bank dunia:

referensi:

Pertanyaan yang Sering Diajukan tentang Pinjaman Indonesia
http://go.worldbank.org/EPCXVI32V1

Hutang Indonesia dan Bantuan Bank Dunia:
http://go.worldbank.org/7RDPPI30D0
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