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Germany Ascends: Japan Slips to Fourth Place in Global Economy Ranking.

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Japan loses third-largest economy position to Germany due to declining economic competitiveness and productivity, attributed to aging population and declining birth rates.

Japan’s nominal GDP for 2023 stands at $4.2 trillion, behind Germany’s $4.4 trillion.

Japan’s economy has been declining since 2010, falling from second-largest to third-largest due to China’s economic rise.

Despite a 1.9% increase in real GDP from the previous year, Japan’s economy contracted in the October-December quarter.

Both Japan and Germany have strong small and medium-sized businesses, but Germany’s economy benefits from a strong euro and inflation, while Japan suffers from a weak yen.

Japan’s economic decline has global implications for trade and investment, with UBS AG and JP Morgan focusing on the Japanese stock market last year.

Japan’s export-centric economy has thrived despite challenges, but concerns arise about the sustainability of its economic growth following the recent decline in GDP and shift to fourth position globally.

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