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Q: How biggly is China?

Some of Chinese cities comparison to your homeland ....

 

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/31-chinese-cities-economies-big-countries/

 

Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist 

 

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Wow. I knew China was an economic powerhouse and had made some money, but that puts it into perspective.

 

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Wow. I knew China was an economic powerhouse and had made some money, but that puts it into perspective.

 

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Bigger than booger.

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No one acts smaller

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I have seen a similar map defined in terms of companies turnover. Interesting stuff.

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