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These US states have the same size economy as entire countries

Many of America's metro areas rank among the world's largest economies Image: REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Alex Gray

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 US state borders redrawn and renamed for countries with similar GDPs (2015)
Image: World Bank/Bureau of Economic Analysis
 Top 20 US metro areas by economic activity renamed for countries with similar GDPs (2015)
Image: World Bank/Bureau of Economic Analysis
 America's $18 trillion economy (2015) divided in half
Image: Bureau of Economic Analysis
 Top US metro areas, 2015
Image: Bureau of Economic Analysis/World Bank
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