How U.S. Cities Stack Up To Other Countries

Have you ever wondered how your city's economy would compare to a small country? Well, if you happen to live in one of America's larger cities, you can now find out thanks to this fascinating article on The Atlantic. Take LA for example:
With a gross metropolitan product (GMP) of $737.9 billion, the LA metro's economy is bigger than Turkey's ($732.2) and slightly smaller than the Netherlands' ($782.3) -- the equivalent of the 18th largest nation in the world.

If your city isn't listed, where do you think it might fit in?

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