Germany 3.806 trillion USD (2020)
United Kingdom 2.708 trillion USD (2020)
France 2.603 trillion USD (2020)
Italy 1.886 trillion USD (2020)
Canada 1.643 trillion USD (2020)
Russia 1.483 trillion USD (2020)
Australia 1.331 trillion USD (2020)
Spain 1.281 trillion USD (2020)
Poland 594.2 billion USD (2020)
Austria 429 billion USD (2020)
Denmark 355.2 billion USD (2020)
Portugal 231.3 billion USD (2020)
Russia was dirt poor like Poland after the collapse of the Soviet Union. But the Russian economy grew exponentially afterwards and its GDP peaked at 2.3 trillion USD in 2013. Despite ongoing economic sanctions, Russian GDP is growing by 3%-4% in recent years, ranking slightly below Italy and Canada but above Australia. Italy is the tenth-largest exporter in the world, with $632 billion exported in 2019 (machinery, vehicles, pharmaceuticals, furniture, food and clothing.)
Poverty within Russian is difficult to measure on a blanketed scale. Russia is divided into 85 official regions, each experiencing poverty a little bit differently. For instance, the administration division surrounding the two most populous Russian cities, Moscow and St. Petersburg, have very high living standards compared to some of the less prosperous regions. According to a 2017 report by the Russian Finance Ministry, only 10 out of Russia’s 85 regions are economically stable. The other 75 rely heavily on direct federal subsidies.https://www.borgenmagazine.com/poverty-in-russia/
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