Top 10 Big Emerging Markets in the world 2020
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In this video we will see the list of top 10 big emerging markets for next decade.
In today’s global economy, investors are looking more and more toward investment opportunities in emergingmarket nations around the world in order to grow their portfolios.
An emerging market is a country that is recognized as having a significant GDP growth and industrialization, an increase in the size of the middle class.
The rankings of emerging markets take into account not only GDP figures but also look at funding availability and workforce growth.
We will now see the list of 10 Big Emerging Market economies of the world in 2020.
Number 10 in the list is South Africa.
South Africa is the 10th fastest emerging market economy on the list. It is the only African country on the list. South Africa’s advanced economy and strategic location at the tip of the continent makes it a gateway for investors looking to venture into Africa. It is also ranked among the world’s largest emerging economies, which include China, India, Brazil and Russia.
Number 9 is Poland.
Europe’s only entry in the top 10 emerging markets is Poland. The country has been in a remarkable growth cycle since its admittance to the European Union. Given its sizable population and growing middle class, Poland is becoming a growing market of interest to international businesses.
Number 8 in the list is Chile.
South America’s only entry on the list is Chile. As the first South American country to join the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Chile is one to the fastest growing Latin American economies. The country is a mining giant and the world’s secondlargest producer of lithium.
Number 7 is Thailand.
Thailand is one of the world’s fastest growing emerging markets. It is a growing southeast Asian nation with nominal percapita GDP a bit below China and Malaysia, but well above most others in the region including Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. They have moderate growth and a diverse economy that flourishes on tourism and exports.
Number 6 in the list is Turkey.
Located at the crossroads between Europe and Asia, Turkey is one of the fastestgrowing economies in the world thanks to its youthful demographic profile. With a burgeoning market of young customers eager to buy goods and services, there is huge potential in Turkey for key sectors such as banking, telecoms, autos, consumer durables and construction.
Number 5 is Malaysia.
Previously restricted to being a major exporter of agricultural goods and commodities, the Malaysian economy is another South East Asian power on the rise. Excellent infrastructure, transport connectivity and a healthy financial sector makes Malaysia a key market for many exporters.
Number 4 is China.
Perhaps a surprise at, number four is China. China has been the dominant theme in emerging markets for 20 years. The country’s rapid transition away from being an emerging market means its GDP growth is expected to slow in the next decade, while its debt levels remain high.
Number 3 is Indonesia.
Comprised of thousands of islands in the Pacific, Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy contains a number of characteristics that put the country in a great position for newly advanced economic development. Blessed with plentiful natural resources and increasingly less reliant on foreign funding, Indonesia looks set to be a key player in the future with high growth rate.
Number 2 is Philippines.
The Philippines, much like Indonesia, is a large island group with huge economic potential. The Philippines is set to have the highest increase in its labour force of any of the top 10 which, alongside its GDP growth, means it will be one of the world’s fastest growing economies sooner rather than later.
Number 1 in the list is India.
India tops the charts with its massive GDP growth, and it’s likely to be the world’s largest economy one day not just within emerging markets. The country has a huge population and when fully utilized it will be an unshakeable force across global markets.
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Ranking by GDP in 2030 (PPP):
1. China ($64.2 trillion)
2. India ($46.3 trillion)
3. United States ($31.0 trillion)
4. Indonesia ($10.1 trillion)
5. Turkey ($9.1 trillion)
6. Brazil ($8.6 trillion)
7. Egypt ($8.2 trillion)
8. Russia ($7.9 trillion)
9. Japan ($7.2 trillion)
10. Germany ($6.9 trillion)
Source: Standard Chartered Bank
GDP (PPP) uses international dollars adjusted for purchasing power parity. This is a standard practice by economists, and contrasts to GDP (nominal), in which everything is in USD, but not adjusted for relative costs.
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