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Text version: GDP impact of 50% reduction in gender gap by 2030

The chart shows the increase in GDP that each G7 country would experience if the gender gap were reduced by 50 per cent by 2030. Canada's GDP would increase by upwards of 2 per cent. France's GDP would increase by upwards of 3 per cent. The U.S.A.'s GDP would increase by upwards of 4 per cent. The U.K.'s GDP would increase by upwards of 4 per cent. Germany's GDP would increase by upwards of 4.5 per cent. Japan's GDP would increase by upwards of 8.5 per cent. Italy's GDP would increase by upwards of 10 per cent. If the gender gap were reduced by 50 per cent, GDP would increase by an average of 6.2 per cent across all G7 countries.

G7 country Tertiary Secondary Below secondary
Italy 25.6 48.3 26.1
Germany 30.5 56.5 13.0
France 44.0 42.6 13.3
Unites States 47.5 44.0 8.5
Great Britain 52.0 35.5 12.5
Japan 60.1 39.9 0.0
Canada 60.6 32.5 6.9

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Source: The Official Website of the 2018 Canadian Presidency of the G7

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