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List of countries by GDP sector composition

This is a list of countries by GDP sector composition based on nominal GDP estimates and sector composition ratios provided by the CIA World Fact Book at market or government official exchange rates with figures in millions of United States dollars.Agricultural sector Agriculture (a term which encompasses farming) is the process of producing food, feed, fiber and other goods by the systematic raising of plants and animals. Agricultural output is a component of the nominal Gross Domestic Product of a nation. Though China and the EU lead the world in agricultural output, the US still leads the world in agricultural productivity per farmer among large economies. Industrial sector Industry is the segment of economy concerned with production of goods (including fuels and fertilisers). Industrial output is a component of the nominal Gross domestic product of a nation. The proliferation of "Made in China" labels clearly signify the next wave of industrial revolution in the modern era. However, UK still leads the world in factory productivity per labour. Service sector A service is the non-material equivalent of a good. Service provision is defined as an economic activity that does not result in ownership, and this is what differentiates it from providing physical goods. It is claimed to be a process that creates benefits by facilitating either a change in customers, a change in their physical possessions, or a change in their intangible assets. Service output is a component of the nominal Gross domestic product of a nation. Gigantic supermarkets, luxury showrooms and serviced offices are peculiar features of the advanced economies.

If the economy continues moving at the same rate, China should overtake Germany as 3rd ranking in 2009, Japan as second in 2012 and should replace the United States of America as the world's biggest economy on earth in 2030, meaning that the United States will have been the world's richest nation for 90 years. Great Britain was the world's richest nation and had the largest economy from May 1759 till November 1940.

On a similar note, India should overtake Germany in 2020 and Japan in 2023. It could well put the United States into third position by 2041, although this speculation would assume similar average rates of growth over the next 30 years. Brazil may push the United States into fourth position by 2052.

The position of the European Union is unclear, as there is much debate as to whether it will ever be one united country.

It should be noted that the service sector includes (but is not limited to) farm and factory related activities.

'Nominal GDP sector composition, January 2008 (sortable)
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Country GDP Agri. Indus. Serv. Agri. Indus. Serv.
World 4% 32% 64%
European Union 2.1% 27.3% 70.5%
United States 0.9% 20.4% 78.6%
Japan 1.6% 25.3% 73.1%
Germany 0.9% 29.1% 70%
People's Republic of China 11.9% 48.1% 40%
United Kingdom 1% 25.6% 73.4%
France 2.2% 20.6% 77.2%
Italy 2% 29.1% 69%
Brazil 8% 38% 54%
Canada 2.3% 29.2% 68.5%
Spain 3.9% 29.4% 66.7%
India 19.9% 19.3% 60.7%
South Korea 3.3% 40.7% 56%
Mexico 3.9% 25.7% 70.5%
Russia 5.3% 36.6% 58.2%
Australia 3.8% 26.2% 70%
Netherlands 2.1% 23.9% 73.9%
Switzerland 1.5% 34% 64.5%
Sweden 1.1% 28.1% 70.9%
Belgium 1% 24% 74.9%
Turkey 11.2% 29.4% 59.4%
Taiwan 1.5% 25.2% 73.3%
Austria 1.8% 30.4% 67.8%
Saudi Arabia 3.3% 67% 29.8%
Poland 4.8% 31.2% 64%
Indonesia 13.1% 46% 41%
Norway 2.3% 41.4% 56.3%
Denmark 1.4% 24.6% 74%
Greece 5.1% 20.6% 74.4%
Argentina 9.5% 35.8% 54.7%
Ireland 5% 46% 49%
South Africa 2.6% 30.3% 67.1%
Thailand 10% 44.9% 45.2%
Finland 2.7% 30.3% 67%
Iran 11.2% 41.7% 47.1%
Hong Kong 0.1% 9% 90.9%
Romania 10.1% 34.7% 55.2%
Portugal 6.6% 28.6% 64.9%
Venezuela 3.7% 41% 55.3%
Malaysia 8.3% 48.1% 43.6%
Ukraine 9.2% 32.6% 58.2%
Pakistan 22% 26% 52%
Israel 2.6% 30.8% 66.6%
Singapore 0% 33.8% 66.2%
Czech Republic 2.8% 37.8% 59.4%
Hungary 3.1% 32.1% 64.8%
United Arab Emirates 2.3% 61.9% 35.8%
Colombia 12% 35.2% 52.7%
Chile 5.9% 49.3% 44.7%
New Zealand 4.3% 26.9% 68.8%
Philippines 14.3% 32.1% 53.7%
Algeria 9.4% 58.1% 32.5%
Egypt 14.7% 35.5% 49.8%
Nigeria 17.3% 53.2% 29.5%
Peru 8.5% 26.4% 53.1%
Bangladesh 19.9% 20.6% 59.5%
Kuwait 0.4% 48.3% 51.3%
Morocco 13.3% 31.2% 55.5%
Kazakhstan 6.3% 41.1% 52.7%
Vietnam 20.1% 41.8% 38.1%
Slovakia 3.8% 31.4% 64.8%
Iraq 7.3% 66.6% 26.1%
Cuba 5.1% 27.2% 67.6%
Slovenia 2.3% 34.7% 62.9%
Croatia 6.8% 30.9% 62.3%
Libya 7.3% 51.3% 41.4%
Luxembourg 1% 13% 86%
Tunisia 12.8% 31% 56.2%
Ecuador 6.3% 33.5% 60.2%
Qatar 0.1% 77.2% 22.6%
Guatemala 22.5% 18.8% 58.7%
Belarus 9.3% 31.6% 59.1%
Angola 9.6% 65.8% 24.6%
Bulgaria 8.9% 30.1% 61%
Oman 2.6% 38.8% 58.7%
Syria 25.5% 22.1% 52.4%
Lithuania 5.5% 33.3% 61.2%
Sudan 35.5% 24.8% 39.7%
Sri Lanka 17.3% 27.3% 55.3%
Costa Rica 8.6% 31% 60.4%
Dominican Republic 11.2% 30.6% 58.2%
Lebanon 7% 21% 72%
Serbia 16.6% 25.5% 57.9%
Kenya 16.3% 18.8% 65%
Cote d'Ivoire 27% 18.5% 54.5%
Cameroon 45.2% 16.1% 38.7%
Republic of Cyprus 3.7% 19.6% 76.8%
Panama 7.2% 16.4% 76.4%
Turkmenistan 24.4% 33.9% 41.7%
Latvia 3.7% 26.3% 70%
Yemen 12.5% 43.8% 43.7%
El Salvador 9.7% 29.6% 60.7%
Trinidad and Tobago 0.7% 57.7% 41.5%
Uruguay 9.3% 33.7% 57%
Azerbaijan 14.1% 45.7% 40.2%
Iceland 8.4% 15.6% 76%
Estonia 3.4% 28% 68.6%
Tanzania 43.3% 17.7% 39%
Jordan 3.6% 30.5% 65.9%
Bahrain 0.5% 38.7% 60.8%
Macau 0.1% 7.2% 92.7%
Uzbekistan 31.1% 25.7% 43.2%
Bolivia 12.8% 36.1% 51.2%
Ghana 37.3% 25.3% 37.5%
Ethiopia 49.2% 9.1% 41.7%
Botswana 2.4% 46.9% 50.7%
Albania 23.3% 18.8% 57.9%
Bosnia and Herzegovina 14.2% 30.8% 55%
Jamaica 5.3% 33.9% 60.8%
Senegal 18.3% 19.2% 62.5%
Uganda 29.4% 22.1% 48.5%
Honduras 13.6% 31.4% 55%
Dem. Rep. of the Congo 55% 11% 34%
Myanmar 54.7% 10.6% 34.7%
Paraguay 22.4% 18.4% 59.2%
Equatorial Guinea 2.8% 92.6% 4.5%
Nepal 38% 21% 41%
Mauritius 5.1% 25.2% 69.7%
Afghanistan 38% 24% 38%
Gabon 5.9% 59.7% 34.4%
Armenia 23.9% 32.8% 43.3%
Mozambique 21.1% 30.9% 48%
The Bahamas 3% 7% 90%
Haiti 28% 20% 52%
Mali 45% 17% 38%
Burkina Faso 32.6% 19.7% 47.7%
Zambia 19.9% 28.9% 51.2%
Rep. of Macedonia 13% 27.7% 59.3%
Brunei 3.6% 56.1% 40.3%
Malta 3% 23% 74%
Namibia 11.8% 30.2% 58.1%
Georgia (country) 17.7% 27.5% 54.8%
Chad 32.5% 26.6% 40.8%
Cambodia 35% 30% 35%
Madagascar 26.9% 16.5% 56.6%
Rep. of the Congo 6.2% 55.3% 38.5%
Nicaragua 17.3% 25.8% 56.8%
Benin 32.8% 13.7% 53.5%
Papua New Guinea 35.7% 37.1% 27.2%
Guinea 23.7% 36.1% 40.2%
Niger 39% 17% 44%
Zimbabwe 17.7% 22.9% 59.4%
Laos 43.4% 30.6% 26%
West Bank & Gaza Strip 8% 18.2% 73.9%
Barbados 6% 16% 78%
Guernsey 3% 10% 87%
Moldova 21.5% 22% 56.5%
Liechtenstein 6% 39% 55%
Somalia 65% 10% 25%
Isle of Man 1% 13% 86%
Aruba 0.4% 33.3% 66.3%
Kyrgyzstan 34.5% 19.5% 46.1%
Swaziland 11.8% 51.4% 36.8%
Malawi 35.4% 17.6% 47%
Togo 39.5% 20.4% 40.1%
Tajikistan 22.7% 28.5% 48.8%
Fiji 8.9% 13.5% 77.6%
Rwanda 39.4% 23.3% 37.3%
Mauritania 25% 29% 46%
Central African Republic 55% 20% 25%
Mongolia 20.6% 21.4% 58%
Lesotho 16.1% 43% 40.9%
Suriname 13% 22% 65%
Eritrea 9.9% 25.4% 64.6%
Sierra Leone 49% 31% 21%
Belize 22.5% 14.8% 62.6%
Cape Verde 12.1% 21.9% 66%
Antigua and Barbuda 3.8% 22% 74.3%
Liberia 76.9% 5.4% 17.7%
Bhutan 25.8% 37.9% 36.3%
British Virgin Islands 1.8% 6.2% 92%
Guyana 35.5% 19.3% 45.2%
Saint Lucia 5% 15% 80%
Maldives 20% 18% 62%
Burundi 44.9% 20.9% 34.1%
Seychelles 3.2% 30.1% 66.7%
Djibouti 17.9% 22.5% 59.6%
The Gambia 30.5% 13.9% 55.6%
Grenada 5.4% 18% 76.6%
Saint Kitts and Nevis 3.5% 25.8% 70.7%
Snt. Vinc. & Grenadines 10% 26% 64%
Comoros 40% 4% 56%
Samoa 11.4% 58.4% 30.2%
East Timor 8.5% 23.1% 68.4%
Vanuatu 26% 12% 62%
Guinea-Bissau 62% 12% 26%
Solomon Islands 42% 11% 47%
Dominica 17.7% 32.8% 49.5%
Tonga 23% 27% 50%
Micronesia 28.9% 15.2% 55.9%
Cook Islands 15.1% 9.6% 75.3%
Palau 6.2% 12% 81.8%
Marshall Islands 31.7% 14.9% 53.4%
Anguilla 4% 18% 78%
Kiribati 8.9% 24.2% 66.8%
Sao Tome and Principe 16.6% 15.3% 68.1%
Tuvalu 16.6% 27.2% 56.2%
Niue 23.5% 26.9% 49.5%

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