Comparative Analysis of 2020 Economic Indicators of G20 Countries

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Marisabel Luna Cardozo, Mercedes Gaitán-Angulo, Gabriela Elizabeth Vilela Govea, José Antonio La Noire Núñez, Lessner Augusto León Espinoza

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The economies of the countries are subjected to comparisons to demonstrate how attractive or unattractive they may be for investment and productive development. The OECD groups the countries with the best performing economies and produces G20 statistics including economic indicators: inflation, producer price indices and price level indexes, to name a few. In this paper, a comparative analysis has been made, based on bar charts and time series, of these 2020 economic indicators of the G20 countries. As results, the highest energy and Total CPI values are recorded in January 2020, and the highest food CPI value in April 2020. ARG is the country with the highest food and Total CPI values. TUR and KOR are the countries with the highest and lowest average PPI values and, finally, AUS and IND have the highest and lowest average PLI values in 2016-2020.

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