By making the United Kingdom the world’s fourth largest economy, and with the world ranked number one in terms of GDP per capita, the U.S. has an opportunity to achieve the same outcomes as the United Nations.
It could also be the world-leading producer of goods and services, and an important economic force for the world economy.
But it is a risky endeavor.
For the United State, the economic benefits would not accrue immediately.
For a country that is growing, its GDP per person is likely to increase in the coming years.
But its current GDP per head is likely too low.
The United States has a population of more than 5.3 billion people.
That means that the population growth is not large enough to make a significant contribution to the world population’s overall growth rate.
The population is likely increasing by 0.2 percentage point per year, or about 2 million a year.
That would translate into an annual GDP growth rate of 3.5% by 2050, which would be about the same as the world growth rate, 2.4%.
The United Kingdom has a very low GDP per adult.
The current average is 1.7% of the total U.K. population, according to the 2011 census.
This is roughly half the world average.
The U.N. Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) estimates that the United Sates GDP per population is 1,818 per capita.
In terms of total GDP, the United Kingdoms GDP per-capita is estimated to be 2,852 per capita in 2021, which is 1% of global GDP.
The next best-performing economy, China, has a GDP per capita of 2,621.
In 2020, China’s GDP per inhabitant was 2,908.
China has the second-highest GDP per people in the world at more than $150,000 per capita for a population that is just over half the size of the U,S.
Its economy is dominated by one of the worlds largest enterprises, the state-owned enterprises, with China accounting for almost two-thirds of all the GDP in the global economy.
In 2021, the average GDP per household was $47,600 in China, and that was the second highest in the World, behind only the U.,S.
The world’s most populous country, the Philippines, is the third-largest economy in the OECD, with GDP per Capita of $59,000.
Its GDP per inhabitants is estimated at $42,400.
This makes it the fourth-most populous country in the entire world, behind the U States of America, Japan and South Korea.
The Philippines has also been a leader in international trade, as it has been a major source of trade with other countries.
It is estimated that the Philippines imports about $8.8 billion per year from the world.
In 2018, the government of the Philippines was estimated to have a total trade deficit of $7.9 billion.
The government’s economic plan is to reduce the deficit by 15% by 2019, and by 30% by 2020, and it is expected to achieve a net-zero deficit in 2021.
By 2021, it is estimated the Philippines could generate about $2.8 trillion in exports.
It also has a $5.9 trillion infrastructure program, which includes a $1.6 trillion infrastructure plan.
It has also invested $4.3 trillion in the infrastructure sector over the past decade.
The Philippine government plans to invest another $2 billion in its military by 2019.
However, this may be difficult to accomplish without the support of the United states, as China has made significant investments in the military over the last decade.
In 2017, the Philippine government invested $6.5 billion in the U-19 naval program, with an estimated total value of $9.5 million.
China’s investment in the navy has helped to improve the U.-19 program.
China is also the country with the largest navy in the Americas, with a total fleet of more like 10,000 ships.
The China Maritime Defense Command has invested an estimated $1 trillion in its navy, which makes it one of a number of navies in the region with an enormous fleet of ships.
China also has the largest fleet of submarines in the Middle East.
By 2025, the Chinese Navy is estimated by the U of A to have an estimated fleet of about 1,000,000 submarines, which make it the second largest fleet in the hemisphere.
The Chinese Navy has the most warships in the Pacific, which has given it an enormous strategic advantage.
The presence of the Chinese navy in Asia is the largest naval presence in the Asia-Pacific region, and the presence of China’s navy in that region is likely a direct result of China having the largest military force in the history of the region.
For years, China has been the largest recipient of U. S. military aid.