Each country’s economic system gives a global view about it and shows to what extent the economy of a given country has achieved success compared to economies of other countries, and can be defined as the market value of all final goods and locally recognized services produced in a country over a specified period of time.
These countries are considered in the world -according to the GDP for 2018:
Belgium is the first country to undergo industrial revolution in the continent of Europe in the early 19th century.
Belgium has developed an excellent transport infrastructure of ports, canals, railways and highways to integrate industry with its neighbors.
The economy is concentrated mainly in the densely populated Flanders in the north, around Brussels and in two of the largest cities of Wallonia, Liege and Charleroi, along the Sillon INDUSTRIAL.
Belgium imports raw materials and semi-finished goods that are being processed and re-exported.
The Belgian economy has remained stable in recent years and it current GDP(494.733$) is expected to rise in the coming years.
The economy of Poland is the largest economy in Central Europe and the sixth largest economy in the European Union and the largest among the former communist member states of the European Union.
Before the recession of 2008, its economy grew at an annual rate of 6.0%. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics in Poland the Polish economic growth rate in 2010 was 3.9%, which was one of the best results in Europe.
In 2014 its economy grew by 3.4% and is expected to grow 3.4% in 2014, 3.7% in 2015 and 3.9% in 2016.
Poland’s GDP is rising at a rate of GDP by $ 524,886.
Sweden is known as the richest country in the world with gross domestic product (GDP) and has rightly defended its position this year.
GDP for the current year rose 4% from the previous year. Sweden’s economy is a growing export-oriented diversified economy with the help of wood, hydro power and iron ore.
This constitutes the basis of resources for the economy directed towards foreign trade. Major industries include steam vehicles, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, industrial machinery, precision equipment, chemical goods, household goods and applications, forests, iron and steel.
Taiwan Island has proved itself as one of the most important economic centers of gravity in Southeast Asia and a tourist attraction.
Has been working hard to develop internal mechanisms for its economy by establishing a network of relations based on trade, investment and human resources with other countries.
The Taiwan economy has been boosted by good export policies and gross domestic product has grown to more than 2%.(579.302$)
The Argentine economy continues to suffer from many domestic crises that have weighed heavily on the peso exchange rate, as well as the consequences of the economic tension that began with the start of global trade tensions, as well as the poor economic traditions that continue to affect the economy.
This year is somewhat better, with gross domestic product rising 2.5%. The gross domestic product amounted to $ 638,717.