Group represented 43% of the global economy in 2022, while participation of the Brics countries grew

The countries that make up the G7a group with some of the largest economies in the world, had the lowest share of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) in 2022, a historic low since 2000. According to data from the world Bankthe combined GDP of the countries was $43.5 trillionWhat represents 43% of the world economy.

In 2000, the group’s GDP was US$ 22,1 trillionequivalent to 65% of the world’s economy. The countries that make up the G7 are: Germany, Canada, USA, France, Italy, Japan e United Kingdom.

In 2022, global GDP was $101.6 trillion. In 2000, the value was US$ 33.8 trillion. The Brazilian economy grown up 2.9% in 2022, which represented a slowdown compared to 2021, when the country advanced 5%.

Relative to last year’s global GDP, the Brics index (Brazil, Russia, India, China e South Africa) is equivalent to 25.4%, closing 2022 with US$ 25.8 trillion.

The G7 group has been meeting in Hiroshima, Japan, since Friday (May 19) for the annual summit. The president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (EN) was invited by the Japanese premier Fumio Kishida to participate in the meeting.


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