The map above shows the top item the UK imports from every country on earth. Overall, the UK imports around £54.5 billion worth of goods, services, food and commodities from the rest of the world.
The map above shows relative GDP per capita of African countries compared to China in 1980 and again in 2016. In 1980 China’s GDP per capita was only $194.80 per person. This was lower than all African countries except Guinea-Bissau ($138.17) and Uganda ($99.18).
The map above shows the headquarter locations of the top 101 Y Combinator Companies by valuation as of October 2018.
Note Strikingly is headquartered in Shanghai China and not Sunnyvale as originally published.
The map above shows where you can find the cheapest and most expensive pints in the UK in 2018. Herefordshire & Yorkshire are the cheapest at an average price of just £3.31 a pint whereas Surrey (not London!) is the most expensive at £4.40.
The map above shows which countries use their own currencies and which don’t.
The best known example of countries not using their own currency is the Euro, which is used by 19 of the 28 member states of the EU. These are: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
However, the Euro is not the only example of a currency used in multiple countries.