Comparing the losses of the world's 10 largest economies from the Coronavirus
News_Code: 354970 12/22/2020 10:51:47 AM
Comparing the losses of the world's 10 largest economies from the Coronavirus
A comparison of the losses of the world's 10 largest economies from the corona shows that Germany has suffered the most and China the least.

Visual Capitalist said that for about a year now, Coronavirus has been involved in all parts of the world and has shown a great impact on business and economic activities. The survey shows that all major economies have suffered severely from the corona outbreak.

1- America

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 23 trillion and $ 700 billion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 14.5%


2- China

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 18 trillion and $ 800 billion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 3.7%

 

3- Japan

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 4.3 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 6%


4- Germany

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 3.8 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 21.5%

 

5- England

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 3.3 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 13.9%

 

6- France

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 2.7 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 12.8%


7- India

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 2 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 20.8%

 

8- Canada

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 1.9 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 13%


9- Italy

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 1.8 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 15.8%


10- South Korea

Estimated GDP without Corona: $ 1.7 trillion

Corona losses to the economy according to the current level of GDP: 20.6%