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The Economist Newspaper; Profi (January 1, 2006). Subcatergory: Almanacs & Yearbooks. 1767 downloads at 24 mb/s.
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Full of facts and figures about the world today - on subjects as diverse as geography, population and demographics, business, finance and the economy, transport, tourism and the environment, society, culture and crime - The Economist Pocket World in Figures is a treasure trove of fascinating data that will both inform and entertain.
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Pocket World In Figures book reveals the facts and figures of the world. China produces more gold than any other country in the world – 270 tonnes a year.
The Economist’s Pocket World In Figures book reveals the facts and figures of the world. From the surprising (the average citizen in the United Arab Emirates owns . 6 mobile phones) to the inevitable (the French are the sleepiest nation on Earth), it’s all here. All of the top 15 universities in the world are in either Britain or the US. Cambridge, Oxford, University College London and Imperial College London represent the UK; the rest are American. South Africa mines 15. tonnes of platinum annually, while a mighty 3,494 tonnes of silver comes out of Peru. An indefinable quality.
The Economist frequently accuses figures and countries of corruption or. .The Economist also produces the annual The World in publication. It also sponsors a writing award.
The Economist frequently accuses figures and countries of corruption or dishonesty. The Economist published in 2015 its first US college rankings, focused on comparable economical advantages defined as 'the economic value of a university is equal to the gap between how much its students subsequently earn, and how much they might have made had they studied elsewhere'.
Author: Editorial Staff; The Economist
Subcategory: Almanacs & Yearbooks
Publisher: The Economist Newspaper; Profi (January 1, 2006)
Pages: 254 pages
ePUB size: 1149 kb
FB2 size: 1533 kb
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