Quiz: Which Country Has a Higher GDP?

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Quiz: Which Country Has a Higher GDP?

Stoyan Bojinov Sep 30, 2014

When it comes to international markets, investors are quick to look at a country's gross domestic product (GDP) as a means of gauging its importance on the global stage. The quiz below aims to challenge your ability to determine which nation boasts a bigger economy, in terms of output.
Gross domestic product refers to the monetary value of all finished goods and services products within a country’s borders in a given year; please note that the quiz below is based on 2013 figures as provided by the World Bank.

For each of the questions, pick the country that you think boasts the higher GDP among the two choices. Good luck!


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