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Economy/Economics: GDP Comparisons

GDP per Capita: United States / Specific Nations
Behold the evidence of the systematic deconstruction of a nation's economy, that of the USA (and, of course and by default, that of Canada).


This web page shows comparisons of GDP per capita over time for the USA vs. 22 other nations.

Relative to all other nations, of those nations, only the USA, Canada and Zimbabwe made no gains and lost ground instead during the past ten years.

The information shown here was produced with the help of WolframAlpha, a computational knowledge engine.

The graphs shown are snap shots of the WolframAlpha results produced in June 2011. If you wish to obtain the up-to-date results instead, click on the links shown above each of the graphs.
 

GDP Ratios
(Negative slope means the U.S. economy lost ground
relative to the country used in the comparison.)
 
GDP Comparisons in absolute US$
United States / Afghanistan

GDP Ratios -- United States : Afghanistan

United States, Afghanistan

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Afghanistan

United States / Australia

GDP Ratios -- United States : Australia

United States, Australia

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Australia

United States / Brazil

GDP Ratios -- United States : Brazil

United States, Brazil

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Brazil

United States / Canada

GDP Ratios -- United States : Canada

United States, Canada

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Canada

United States / China

GDP Ratios -- United States : China

United States, China

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, China

United States / Egypt

GDP Ratios -- United States : Egypt

United States, Egypt

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Egypt

United States / France

GDP Ratios -- United States : France

United States, France

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, France

United States / Germany

GDP Ratios -- United States : Germany

United States, Germany

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Germany

United States / India

GDP Ratios -- United States : India

United States, India

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, India

United States / Iraq

GDP Ratios -- United States : Iraq

United States, Iraq

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Iraq

United States / Italy

GDP Ratios -- United States : Italy

United States, Italy

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Italy

United States / Luxembourg

GDP Ratios -- United States : Luxembourg

United States, Luxembourg

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Luxembourg

United States / Japan

GDP Ratios -- United States : Japan

United States, Japan

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Japan

United States / Mexico

GDP Ratios -- United States : Mexico

United States, Mexico

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Mexico

United States / Russia

GDP Ratios -- United States : Russia

United States, Russia

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Russia

United States / Saudi Arabia

GDP Ratios -- United States : Saudi Arabia

United States, Saudi Arabia

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Saudi Arabia

United States / Singapore

GDP Ratios -- United States : Singapore

United States, Singapore

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Singapore

United States / Taiwan

GDP Ratios -- United States : Taiwan

United States, Taiwan

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Taiwan

United States / Ukraine

GDP Ratios -- United States : Ukraine

United States, Ukraine

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Ukraine

United States / United Kingdom

GDP Ratios -- United States : United Kingdom

United States, United Kingdom

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, United Kingdom

United States / Venezuela

GDP Ratios -- United States : Venezueala

United States, Venezuela

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Venezuela

United States / Zimbabwe

GDP Ratios -- United States : Zimbabwe

United States, Zimbabwe

GDP Comparisons in absolute US$ -- United States, Zimbabwe

Of the economies of the countries shown, the ones that lost ground relative to all others during the past ten years are those of the USA, Canada and Zimbabwe, and of those, the economy of Zimbabwe declined the most.

Why is that is not being presented as major news in the Main-Stream Media?

You may wish to make comparisons of the GDP per capita for countries not shown or for different combinations of countries.  That is easily done.  Follow any of the links identified for the comparisons shown and make the required changes of the names of the countries identified in the search terms.

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Posted 2011 04 19
Updates:
2011 06 14 (added GDP comparisons in absolute US$, added also comparisons for U.S. with Luxembourg)