Map Shows How US Cities Compare Economically To Countries Around The World

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Map Shows How US Cities Compare Economically To Countries Around The World

Map Shows How US Cities Compare Economically To Countries Around The World
NEWS • SEAN LEVINSON • MAR 7, 2014 – 10:51AM

The US’s largest cities account for roughly 90 percent of the country’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product).

Some of these metropolitan areas produce a great deal on their own, as laid out by this map that displays how 10 of of the country’s largest cities compare to the entire economies of major nations across the globe.

The Wire reports that the map, created by Zara Matheson of the Martin Prosperity Institute, compares the 2014 projections of gross product for US metropolitan areas to the national GDP levels from 2012.

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