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20. Chile
Population: 17.9 million

Total GDP: $247 billion

GDP growth: 1.6%

19. France
Population: 66.9 million

Total GDP: $2.5 trillion

GDP growth: 1.2%

18. Brazil
Population: 207.7 million

Total GDP: $1.8 trillion

GDP growth: -3.6%

17. United Kingdom
Population: 65.6 million

Total GDP: $2.6 trillion

GDP growth: 1.8%

16. Netherlands
Population: 17.0 million

Total GDP: $770.8 billion

GDP growth: 2.2%

15. Ireland
Population: 4.8 million

Total GDP: $294.1 billion

GDP growth: 5.1%

14. Turkey
Population: 79.5 million

Total GDP: $857.7 billion

GDP growth: 3.2%

13. Uruguay
Population: 3.4 million

Total GDP: $52.4 billion

GDP growth: 1.5%

12. Finland
Population: 5.5 million

Total GDP: $236.8 billion

GDP growth: 1.9%

11. Czech Republic
Population: 10.6 million

Total GDP: $192.9 billion

GDP growth: 2.6%

10. Oman
Population: 4.4 million

Total GDP: $66.3 billion

GDP growth: –%

9. India
Population: 1.3 billion

Total GDP: $2.3 trillion

GDP growth: 7.1%

8. Thailand
Population: 68.9 million

Total GDP: $406.8 billion

GDP growth: 3.2%

7. Spain
Population: 46.4 million

Total GDP: $1.2 trillion

GDP growth: 3.3%

6. Australia
Population: 24.1 million

Total GDP: $1.2 trillion

GDP growth: 2.8%

5. Singapore
Population: 5.6 million

Total GDP: $297.0 billion

GDP growth: 2%

4. Malaysia
Population: 31.2 million

Total GDP: $296.4 billion

GDP growth: 4.2%

3. Poland
Population: 37.9 million

Total GDP: $469.5 billion

GDP growth: 2.9%

2. Indonesia
Population: 261.1 million

Total GDP: $932.3 billion

GDP growth: 5%

1. Philippines
Population: 103.3 million

Total GDP: $304.9 billion

GDP growth: 6.9%