World economic development within domination of regional states
The article deals with the world economic development within the domination of regional states that continue to play an important role, despite the regional integration processes affect and change world ecocnomy. Today, according to the World Bank data, such states are the United States of America, China, Japan, Germany, Great Britain, France, India, Italy, Brazil, Canada. Today these regional states have the largest economies in the world. The article analyzes the main indicators of the states that characterize their position in the world economy in 2016. The study determines the share of the macrogeographic regions, which includes the largest regional states in the world economy. The forecast is made on the basis of current trends in the global economy, 2016-2017 and the World Bank data on the world economy development by 2030. The regional states are identified as the largest economies in the world by that time
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