As the globe’s fifth-largest economy, California recently scooted past the U.K., taking its spot in the rankings. The state’s gross domestic product exceeded $2.7 trillion in 2017, rising by $127 billion in a single year, while the U.K. saw theirs shrink over that same period. California’s sizable population, at 40 million (compared to the U.K.’s 66 million), may have something to do with its ability...
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