Gross national income

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The Gross national income (GNI) is the total domestic and foreign output claimed by residents of a country, consisting of gross domestic product (GDP) plus factor incomes earned by foreign residents, minus income earned in the domestic economy by nonresidents (Todaro & Smith, 2011: 44). (All figures in millions of US dollars)

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Nominal, Atlas method - millions of current US$ (ilk 10)[1]

Rank 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
1  United States 16,967,740  United States 16,430,393  United States 15,783,451  United States 15,143,680  United States 14,738,387  United States 15,006,629
2  China 8,905,336  China 7,724,734  China 6,592,664  China 5,669,446  China 4,808,292  Japan 4,835,553
3  Japan 5,875,019  Japan 6,084,013  Japan 5,775,633  Japan 5,376,602  Japan 4,797,984  China 4,040,756
4  Germany 3,716,838  Germany 3,632,843  Germany 3,653,868  Germany 3,549,011  Germany 3,484,998  Germany 3,487,319
5  France 2,789,619  France 2,749,106  France 2,797,949  France 2,756,160  France 2,742,734  United Kingdom 2,842,307
6  United Kingdom 2,508,965  United Kingdom 2,439,784  United Kingdom 2,411,262  United Kingdom 2,412,708  United Kingdom 2,561,347  France 2,699,777
7  Brazil 2,342,556  Brazil 2,312,072  Italy 2,152,932  Italy 2,153,083  Italy 2,141,109  Italy 2,139,807
8  Italy 2,058,172  Italy 2,072,306  Brazil 2,107,017  Brazil 1,859,084  Brazil 1,575,963  Canada 1,484,344
9  Russia 1,988,216  India 1,913,178  India 1,769,419  India 1,555,615  Spain 1,473,956  Spain 1,451,086
10  India 1,960,072  Russia 1,824,088  Canada 1,609,363  Canada 1,511,464  Canada 1,447,920  Brazil 1,434,287

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  1. ^ World Bank - GNI, Atlas method, data.worldbank.org