New Delhi. There are more than 200 countries in the world but only 19 of these have a GDP of more than one trillion dollars. America was the first country in the world to achieve this position. Its economy had reached one trillion dollars in 1969 itself. The newest member of this exclusive club is Turkey, which achieved this milestone this year. India is at number five in this list. India joined the trillion dollar club in 2007. After that, India’s economy has grown significantly and today the country’s GDP has reached Rs 3.73 trillion. America is at first place in this club with a GDP of 26.95 trillion dollars. China is at second place with GDP of $17.7 billion and Germany is at third place with GDP of $4.4 trillion.
Germany, Europe’s largest economy, has recently overtaken Japan. Japan is now the world’s fourth largest economy with $4.23 trillion. After this is India’s number. Britain is sixth in this list with $3.33 trillion, France is seventh with $3.05 trillion, Italy is eighth with $2.19 trillion, Brazil is ninth with $2.13 billion and Canada is tenth with $2.12 trillion. This is followed by Russia ($1.86 trillion), Mexico ($1.81 trillion), South Korea ($1.71 trillion), Australia ($1.69 trillion), Spain ($1.58 trillion), Indonesia ($1.42 trillion), Turkey ($1.15 trillion). ), Netherlands ($1.09 trillion) and Saudi Arabia ($1.07 trillion).
Japan’s economy reached one trillion dollars in 1978. Germany became part of this club in 1986 and France in 1988. Italy got its membership in 1990 while China achieved this status in 1998. Canada and Spain joined this club in 2004, and South Korea and Brazil in 2006. In 2007, three countries India, Mexico and Russia achieved this position. Australia in 2008, Indonesia in 2017, Netherlands in 2021, Saudi Arabia in 2022 and Turkey in 2023 also became part of the one trillion dollar club.