Standard Chartered Bank of London predicts that emerging markets will now be the centers of strength in 2030. The
Bank sees developing economies such as Indonesia, Turkey, Brazil and Egypt climbing to the top, and in 2030 it is estimated to be among the top ten in the world Of these emerging economies, according to the site "visualcapitalist".
The initial list of the top 10 economies in 2030 was released from any Gulf country.
Compared to 2017, China is at the forefront of the world's economies in 2030, followed by India and then the United States of America.
Starting in fourth place, emerging market countries such as India and Turkey are in fifth place.
Brazil will be in sixth place, according to the bank's forecast "if the comparison is as expected", with Egypt coming in seventh.
The bank said the surprise of the list is Egypt, which is expected to achieve growth of 8% over the next few years.