According to official statistics widespread revisions a few days ago the National Statistical Bureau in Beijing on GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of China in 2007 amounted to 25.700 billion yuan, or about $ 3,500 billion.
Higher than the GDP of Germany in 2007, amounting to 3,300 billion dollars. In this way China would lead to third place in the world ranking by GDP behind the U.S. and Japan, and ahead of Germany, United Kingdom, France and Italy. Far away are the USA (GDP equal to 13,800 billion dollars in 2007) and Japan (GDP equal to 4,400 billion dollars in 2007).
Based on these data, the Chinese GDP in 2007 increased by 13% over the previous year. Initially, the annual GDP growth was estimated in 11 .9%, then adjusted to 13% after the revision of the Statistical Office.
Overtaking China's concerns, however, the nominal GDP, with regard to GDP per capita (GDP divided by the total population) China is still far short of the other industrialized countries.
The classification by nominal GDP (based on data from the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and CIA) is available on this page, the ranking for GDP per capita is available for this page.
In this page the evolution of the GDP of the G7 countries, according to data from the International Monetary Fund.
In this page is available for download from the Italian Statistical Yearbook 2007, produced by ISTAT.
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