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New York’s economy is bigger than the economies of Spain, Mexico and South Korea

March 6, 2014

Washington Post | March 6, 2014

If the New York met­ro­pol­i­tan area became a coun­try tomor­row, it would have the 13th-biggest econ­o­my in the world, land­ing just below Aus­tralia and ahead of Spain. That’s accord­ing to this new map cre­at­ed by Zara Math­e­son of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Toronto’s Mar­tin Pros­per­i­ty Insti­tute. Read more …