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    Selection of Cash @ The British Museum

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    Countries With The Highest GDP In The World

    The World has a total GDP of about 60 trillion US dollars, and 14 trillion of that is turned over by the United States of America alone. That means that the US earned almost a quarter of all the World's new wealth in 2008, the year in which both sets of figures below - from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - are based. According to both of those pan-global organisations, the top 10 countries below had a combined GDP of 40 trillion dollars in 2008, which is a strong indicator of how unfair the global economy remains. Whilst the US takes the top spot, if the European Union was considered a single country, it would top the list instead with a combined GDP of 18 trillion dollars, 14 trillion of which is attributed to the countries within the Eurozone............

    rbentley007, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. britespriteuk 50 months ago | reply

      Used on The End of Capitalism As We Know It.

      Thank you for making it available!

    2. BlatantWorld.com 50 months ago | reply

      no worries, glad it was of use :)

    3. BlatantWorld.com 48 months ago | reply

      Nice 1 David... we will be uploading a ton of new pics in the next few weeks, might be a few more that suit your project :)
      Damien

    4. acnatta 26 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing the image via Creative Commons. I've used it in a piece on my hyperlocal site in Birmingham, AL for a post on cash mobs.

      bhamterminal.com/blog/2012/02/21/birmingham-cash-mob-face...

      Thanks again & cheers!

    5. Emma simpson2 22 months ago | reply

      Love this pic and considering using it on my cheap accounting website.

    6. mars_discovery_district 20 months ago | reply

      We used this pic for our blog on Impact Investing found here with accreditation. Thank you!

      www.marsdd.com/2012/09/13/impact-investing-building-the-i...

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