TABLE 1 Economic Magnitude of 120 Countries Measured by Gross National Product, 1982 (in U.S. dollars)

More than $1,000 billion

1 . United States

2. Soviet Union

3. Japan

$200 billion to $1,000 billion

4. Federal Republic of Germany

5. France

6. United Kingdom

7. People’s Republic of China

8. Italy

9. Canada

10. Brazil

$100 billion to $200 billion

11. Spain

12. India

13. Australia

14. Mexico

15. Democratic Republic of Germany

16. The Netherlands

17. Saudi Arabia

18. Romania

19. Poland

$50 billion to $100 billion

20. Sweden

21. Switzerland

22. Indonesia

23. Belgium

24. Yugoslavia

25. South Africa

26. Nigeria

27. Czechoslovakia

28. Republic of Korea

29. Austria

30. Denmark

31. Norway

32. Argentina

33. Turkey

$10 billion to $50 billion

34. Finland

35. Bulgaria

36. Algeria

37. Venezuela

38. Philippines

39. Greece

40. Thailand

41. Hungary

42. Egypt

43. United Arab Emirates

44. Pakistan

45. Colombia

46. Hong Kong

47. Malaysia

48. Cuba

49. Israel

50. New Zealand

51. Peru

52. Kuwait

53. Chile

54. Syria

55. Republic of Ireland

56. Singapore

57. Morocco

58. Bangladesh

59. Ecuador

$1 billion to $10 billion

60. Guatemala

61. Ghana

62. Tunisia

63. Qatar

64. Ivory Coast

65. Oman

66. Dominican Republic

67. Sudan

68. Zimbabwe

69. Uruguay

70. Kenya

71. Burma

72. Paraguay

73. Republic of Zaire

74. Tanzania

75. Sri Lanka

76. Ethiopia

77. Panama

78. Jordan

79. Brunei

80. Jamaica

81. Gabon

82. Costa Rica

83. Zambia

84. Trinidad and Tobago

85. Luxemburg

86. El Salvador

87. Bolivia

88. Madagascar



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