If we could only show you one map to explain the economy of the Middle East, it would be this one.
China's economic miracle over the last 20 years is the sum of its parts, with each region of the country contributing to growth in different ways.
This animation uses county-level GDP data to re-size a U.S. map based on the economic contributions at a local level.
Today's infographic looks at the economic differences between China and the United States: total reserves, GDP per capita, demographics, and much more.
What if the world was remapped based on national debt levels? What would the largest country be? See the world map of debt.
Watch the world economy evolve over 35 years in this video, which captures the breakdown of economic output by country.
The 1.4 billion people living in China account for 13% of global GDP, but this chart shows that for commodity producers, the country means so much...