Map created by reddit user Speech500 The map shows just how big London’s economy is. Each of the coloured areas has an economy that is roughly equal to London’s GDP figure of £487 billion ($600 billion) in 2018.
The video above shows 1 minute worth of payments processed by Square on Feb 13, 2020 colour codded to the type of business that processed the payment. Businesses include everything from veterinary services to doctors to restaurants to recreation and legal services. For those in the UK you can see how Square card readers compare […]
Map created by Roland Rajah at the Lowy Institute The animated map above shows how quickly China overtook the US to become the largest trading partner for the vast majority of the world’s countries. It covers the period between 1980 and 2018 and countries change colour depending on whether they trade more with the US […]
Map created by reddit user abu_doubleu The map above shows which countries are richer (in green) and poorer (in red) than Kazakhstan based on GDP per capita in PPP dollars in 2017. At $26,410 per person, Kazakhstan is actually richer than you may think.
Map created by reddit user Sibiras The map above shows which regions (in red) have a lower GDP Per Capita than the average GDP per capita of the five former East German states plus Berlin (shown in blue).