This interactive map shows the urbanized areas of Australia. Many of them are fairly small land wise, so you will need to zoom in. Clicking on the urban areas will show you the population density (for areas larger then one square mile), and the population of the area.
Last week I was making up PDF maps of various countries. This week I am trying something new, with an interactive maps featuring major cities and states in different countries. Today I start out with Germany. Hotter color balloons are larger cities, click for their name and population.
Canada saw a modest jump in it's gross domestic product after passage of the North America Free Trade Agreement, although not as big as Mexico, as Canada previously had much lower tarriffs on many products traded with the United States then Mexico.
World Bank, Constant GDP per capita for Canada [NYGDPPCAPKDCAN], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/NYGDPPCAPKDCAN, March 15, 2017.
A look at 55 years of population growth between China and United States. China had 667 million persons in 1960, while the United States had 180 million. In 1982, China grew to one billion in population. In 2006, the United States grew to 300 million in population. By 2015, it China's population grew to 1,317 million in population while the United States had 321 million in population.
Data Source: World Bank, Population, Total for United States and China, retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/POPTOTUSA647NWDB, March 13, 2017.