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The richest countries in 2030 won’t be who you’d expect

Lovemoney Logo By Daniel Coughlin of Lovemoney | Slide 1 of 21: By 2030 developing countries that boast young populations and super-dynamic economic growth are poised to leapfrog many of the current top dogs, which are mainly developed nations grappling with aging populations and comparatively stagnant economic growth. As a result, the make-up of the world's top 10 richest countries based on GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP) is set to change dramatically. Be prepared for a surprise as we reveal who'll be the major players in 2030, as projected by Standard Chartered bank.

Who the experts think will be the wealthiest nations 11 years from now

By 2030 developing countries that boast young populations and super-dynamic economic growth are poised to leapfrog many of the current top dogs, which are mainly developed nations grappling with aging populations and comparatively stagnant economic growth. As a result, the make-up of the world's top 10 richest countries based on GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP) is set to change dramatically. Be prepared for a surprise as we reveal who'll be the major players in 2030, as projected by Standard Chartered bank.

*NOTE: All figures in US dollars

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