The Economist recently made statistical comparisons of each American states’ GDP population when compared to similarly-sized foreign nations. California is, of course, the largest US state economy, and if it were to be considered a country in its own right its GDP would rank globally at #8 (falling between #7 Italy and #9 Brazil). And as far as populations are concerned, Texas and Saudi Arabia once again are blood brothers.
Source: The Economist
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