Japanese population: Who is the most important country in the world?

The United States is the largest economy in the Western Hemisphere, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the world is happy about the United States being the world’s No. 1 economy.

Here are the top ten countries in terms of the number of people in the country.


USA: 7.2 million, second only to Japan, whose population is over 9 million.

It is followed by the United Kingdom, with 6.7 million, France with 5.7 m, Australia with 4.8 m, India with 4 million and Germany with 3.8 million.


Japan: 5.8m, a number that is expected to rise in the coming years.

It also has a strong economy, with GDP at over 9 trillion dollars.

Japan’s population is growing, and the country’s population will almost triple to 8.3 billion by 2050, according to the government.


United Kingdom: 5 million, a major reason the United Kingdoms population is expected grow by almost 2.8 per cent a year.

Britain has a highly educated population, but its birth rate is low, meaning that more people will be leaving for greener pastures in the EU, said Paul Taylor, an expert in demographic trends at the London School of Economics.


France: 5m, the country with the largest population and the highest birth rate.

France has a high level of education and a strong work ethic, but the economy is stagnant and its population is ageing.

The government plans to invest in social services and make social protection more effective, Taylor said.


United States: 4.9m, which has the lowest birth rate in the West and is expected hit by rising health care costs.

It has been an area of great economic growth for the US, and is the world leader in a number of fields.


Australia: 4m, Australia’s economy is one of the largest and most stable in the region, with a GDP per capita of about $75,000.

The population is increasing, and there is an opportunity to attract more foreign investment.


Canada: 3.6m, with about two million people in Canada.

It was the country where the United Nations adopted the convention on human rights, and has a population of about 3.7m.

It’s expected to grow to 4.3 million by 2050.


France (population of 7.3m): 2.9 million, the world capital of the French language.

The economy is stable and the population is steadily growing.


United Arab Emirates: 2.5m, about one-third of the population.

Its economy is booming and has achieved a high standard of living for its citizens.


Italy: 1.7 of the 9 million, with less than 1.5 million people.

Italy’s population growth is slowing and the economy has not grown very fast in recent years.