Major producing countries
The world's biggest manufacturers and their list TOP 10, which country could be the right choice for your business?
1. China - accounting for 28.7 per cent of global manufacturing output!
China, in East Asia, is not only the strongest producer, but also one of the oldest civilisations and most populous
the world's largest country with a population of 1.4 billion people.
28.7 per cent of global manufacturing output accounted for nearly US$4 trillion of the country's economic output.
Thanks to its low costs, labour and high production quality, China has had a 10 percent advantage over the United States for more than
2. The US accounts for 16.8 percent of world production.
Manufacturing in the United States is an important component of GDP, accounting for more than $2.3 trillion of the U.S. economy and 11.6 percent of the U.S. economy
and accounted for 50% of the country's exports!
3. Japan accounts for 7.5 per cent of global manufacturing output.
Located in the Pacific Northwest, Japan is an island nation in East Asia with a population of 126 million people.
Japan is culturally rich and famous for its music, arts and crafts, cuisine, animation and countless other industries.
Japan's main exports are cars, metals, computers and consumer electronics.
Japan collected as much as one trillion dollars from manufacturing in 2019, ranking it in the top 3 in the world.
4. Germany accounts for 5.3 percent of production output.
Germany is one of the leading importers and exporters. The economy promotes free markets in consumer goods and business sectors,
which is why it recently made it into the top 10 producing countries. Germany is the leading manufacturing country in the European Union, with
the manufacturing sector, raising €800 billion.
5. India accounts for 3.1 percent of world production.
India, with a population of over 1.3 billion people, has grown into a reliable country for most business sectors, with enough resources and manpower to be in the top 10 manufacturers in the world.
Although India is better known for its customer service centres or IT staff, production volumes exceeded 412 billion dollars.
6. South Korea 3 percent of world production.
South Korea is the fastest growing and most developed country in the world, with a focus on the service economy and high technology.
South Korea's largest exports are from electrical equipment, petroleum oils, vehicles, parts and accessories.
The main imports are coal, hydrocarbons, electrical equipment, gas and petroleum oil.
7. Italy accounts for 2.1 per cent of world production.
Although only 7th in the world, their economy relies heavily on manufacturing and services. Italy is home to around 60 million people and is known as the most developed country.
A well-developed manufacturing industry provides a good location for production. Italy's main exports are things like metal products and metals, motor vehicles, and of course clothing and footwear.
This industry alone contributed 314 billion to the national economy.
8. France accounts for 1.9 per cent of world production.
Home to around 67 million people, France is one of the most important agricultural producers in Europe and the world's leading industrial energy producer. The French government guarantees its citizens free basics such as healthcare and education.
France is recognised by the World Bank as a high-income, wealthy country.
France is one of the world's leading manufacturing countries, including industries such as railways, luxury goods and cosmetics, aviation and automobiles.
Major exports are vehicles, food products, aircraft, electronics, carbohydrate components and pharmaceuticals.
9. United Kingdom accounts for 1.8 per cent of world production
The United Kingdom is a sovereign country comprising Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England. England's capital, London, is one of the strongest international financial centres and one of the best
business cities around the world. The UK, home to 66 million people, is the world's main economic centre.
The UK economy made 253 billion from manufacturing, although manufacturing is not their main focus.
10. Indonesia accounts for 1.6 per cent of world production.
Indonesia's main exports are mineral oils, mineral fuels, mineral waxes, animal or vegetable fats and bituminous materials.
Indonesia's growth in production could lead to a strong rise in the Top 10 list in the coming years.
Indonesia has collected $207 billion from manufacturing, and if it tests the development of this sector, it could compete with countries like India or China.
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