They are the global economic heavyweights this year, estimated to be having the current biggest economies in the world. Here is a list of the top 10 biggest economies in the world this year, according to estimates made by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Economic Outlook. Included are the 2013 gross domestic product (GDP) estimates of these economies.
10. India, $2 trillion dollars
Included in this exclusive list of the biggest economies in the world today is India. This booming economy in Asia has an average growth rate of seven percent annually since 1997. Its major industries include the agriculture and services sector, with the latter becoming a main source of the country’s economic growth. India has tapped its large population who is educated and can speak English to become a top exporter of services in information technology and business outsourcing.Next: 9. Italy, $2.1 trillion dollars