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Old Posted Oct 12, 2018, 10:18 PM
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LA metro is only 12,562km². The CSA land area number for LA includes up to ~60,000km² of uninhabited Sonoran Desert and mountains. It just so happens that Riverside and San Bernardino counties that are included in the CSA extend all the way to the Nevada/Arizona border since the land in-between is uninhabited. Sonoran Desert is larger than Great Britain in land area.
Note that I use CSAs definitions on my ranking, not MSA. If we do the same exercise on Lombardia, excluding all the rural areas, we would cut it in half, without losing almost no population or GDP for Milan.

On the same way big counties deform Los Angeles CSA, the borders of NUTS-2 makes European regions bigger on my list.
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Better than Yuri's crazily distorted metro area figures, here is the GDP of the metro areas of the world calculated by the OECD (so non OECD countries are not included), using an internationally harmonized definition of the metro areas used for all the metro areas. This is the result of a project that has taken several years of work by OECD teams of statisticians.

https://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=CITIES#





Certain facts stick out, such as the larger population of LA compared to New York when using the same harmonized international definition, or the rather low ranking of the Australian metro areas despite the high GDP per capita of Australia (that's because contrary to most other OECD countries, in Australia a lot of the GDP is produced outside of the metro areas, in the mines and quarries or the vast interior). The Canadian metro areas suffer from the same issue, to a lesser extent.
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Those numbers are made up. None of the statistical offices publish GDP to this level. New York with 16 million, Mexico City with 40% of GDP. It's just trash.
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OECD = Organization Engaging in CRAP Data!
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I think the GDP per capita of Paris's urban area is around €70k by Eurostat measurement, while that of Lyon, 2nd in France is somewhere between 40 and 45k euros.

OECD must just be including a larger area of the Paris region in their stats.
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As Americans always release their numbers earlier, let's jump to 2017. All metro areas above 1 million people:

GDP 2017 and 2010

-------------------------------------- 2017 -------- 2010

UNITED STATES ---------------- 19,390,600 -- 14,964,400 -- 29.6%

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NEW YORK ----------------- 1,947,623 --- 1,532,136 -- 27.1%
--- New York ------------- 1,717,712 --- 1,338,451 -- 28.3%
--- Bridgeport -------------- 98,256 ------ 85,354 -- 15.1%
--- New Haven --------------- 45,252 ------ 39,531 -- 14.5%
--- Allentown --------------- 43,821 ------ 32,707 -- 34.0%
--- Trenton ----------------- 29,987 ------ 25,126 -- 19.3%
--- East Stroudsburg --------- 6,340 ------- 5,638 -- 12.4%
--- Kingston ----------------- 6,255 ------- 5,329 -- 17.4%

LOS ANGELES -------------- 1,252,514 ----- 919,707 -- 36.2%
--- Los Angeles ---------- 1,043,735 ----- 763,976 -- 36.6%
--- San Bernardino --------- 157,931 ----- 114,209 -- 38.3%
--- Oxnard ------------------ 50,848 ------ 41,522 -- 22.5%

SAN FRANCISCO -------------- 878,006 ----- 567,015 -- 54.8%
--- San Francisco ---------- 500,710 ----- 330,154 -- 51.7%
--- San Jose --------------- 275,293 ----- 161,334 -- 70.6%
--- Santa Rosa -------------- 28,673 ------ 20,456 -- 40.2%
--- Stockton ---------------- 27,089 ------ 21,216 -- 27.7%
--- Vallejo ----------------- 21,422 ------ 15,498 -- 38.2%
--- Santa Cruz -------------- 13,373 ------ 10,925 -- 22.4%
--- Napa -------------------- 11,446 ------- 7,432 -- 54.0%

WASHINGTON-BALTIMORE ------- 751,186 ----- 606,593 -- 23.8%
--- Washington ------------- 529,990 ----- 431,293 -- 22.9%
--- Baltimore -------------- 192,178 ----- 152,626 -- 25.9%
--- Hagerstown -------------- 10,232 ------- 7,791 -- 31.3%
--- Winchester --------------- 6,785 ------- 5,114 -- 32.7%
--- Lexington Park ----------- 6,456 ------- 5,381 -- 20.0%
--- Chambersburg ------------- 5,545 ------- 4,388 -- 26.4%

CHICAGO -------------------- 688,224 ----- 535,992 -- 28.4%
--- Chicago ---------------- 679,699 ----- 529,004 -- 28.5%
--- Kankakee ----------------- 4,510 ------- 3,372 -- 33.7%
--- Michigan City ------------ 4,015 ------- 3,616 -- 11.0%

BOSTON --------------------- 605,307 ----- 460,730 -- 31.4%
--- Boston ----------------- 438,684 ----- 328,480 -- 33.5%
--- Providence -------------- 82,929 ------ 67,707 -- 22.5%
--- Worcester --------------- 43,750 ------ 34,155 -- 28.1%
--- Manchester -------------- 28,443 ------ 21,133 -- 34.6%
--- Barnstable Town --------- 11,501 ------- 9,255 -- 24.3%

DALLAS --------------------- 539,906 ----- 371,993 -- 45.1%
--- Dallas ----------------- 535,499 ----- 368,481 -- 45.3%
--- Sherman ------------------ 4,407 ------- 3,512 -- 25.5%

PHILADELPHIA --------------- 495,188 ----- 391,852 -- 26.4%
--- Philadelphia ----------- 444,975 ----- 348,583 -- 27.7%
--- Reading ----------------- 18,679 ------ 15,199 -- 22.9%
--- Atlantic City ----------- 13,122 ------ 12,607 --- 4.1%
--- Dover -------------------- 7,337 ------- 5,932 -- 23.7%
--- Vineland ----------------- 5,828 ------- 5,281 -- 10.4%
--- Ocean City --------------- 5,247 ------- 4,250 -- 23.5%

HOUSTON -------------------- 490,074 ----- 392,520 -- 24.9%

ATLANTA -------------------- 405,185 ----- 285,611 -- 41.9%
--- Atlanta ---------------- 385,542 ----- 272,318 -- 41.6%
--- Athens ------------------- 9,947 ------- 6,866 -- 44.9%
--- Gainesville -------------- 9,696 ------- 6,427 -- 50.9%

SEATTLE -------------------- 387,115 ----- 267,174 -- 44.9%
--- Seattle ---------------- 356,572 ----- 242,488 -- 47.0%
--- Olympia ----------------- 12,426 ------- 9,575 -- 29.8%
--- Bremerton --------------- 11,474 ------- 9,533 -- 20.4%
--- Mount Vernon ------------- 6,643 ------- 5,578 -- 19.1%

MIAMI ---------------------- 364,287 ----- 265,771 -- 37.1%
--- Miami ------------------ 344,882 ----- 250,429 -- 37.7%
--- Port St. Lucie ---------- 13,933 ------ 11,234 -- 24.0%
--- Sebastian ---------------- 5,472 ------- 4,108 -- 33.2%

DETROIT -------------------- 302,784 ----- 231,884 -- 30.6%
--- Detroit ---------------- 260,612 ----- 196,967 -- 32.3%
--- Ann Arbor --------------- 23,500 ------ 19,398 -- 21.1%
--- Flint ------------------- 13,623 ------ 11,568 -- 17.8%
--- Monroe ------------------- 5,049 ------- 3,951 -- 27.8%

MINNEAPOLIS ---------------- 270,332 ----- 205,595 -- 31.5%
--- Minneapolis ------------ 260,106 ----- 197,981 -- 31.4%
--- St. Cloud --------------- 10,226 ------- 7,614 -- 34.3%

DENVER --------------------- 246,728 ----- 181,371 -- 36.0%
--- Denver ----------------- 208,868 ----- 154,621 -- 35.1%
--- Boulder ----------------- 25,274 ------ 19,064 -- 32.6%
--- Greeley ----------------- 12,586 ------- 7,686 -- 63.8%

PHOENIX -------------------- 242,951 ----- 180,086 -- 34.9%

SAN DIEGO ------------------ 231,845 ----- 175,026 -- 32.5%

PORTLAND ------------------- 202,430 ----- 166,225 -- 21.8%
--- Portland --------------- 171,772 ----- 141,493 -- 21.4%
--- Salem ------------------- 17,333 ------ 12,442 -- 39.3%
--- Corvallis ---------------- 4,668 ------- 5,509 - -15.3%
--- Longview ----------------- 4,477 ------- 3,541 -- 26.4%
--- Albany ------------------- 4,180 ------- 3,240 -- 29.0%

CLEVELAND ------------------ 192,269 ----- 147,758 -- 30.1%
--- Cleveland -------------- 138,980 ----- 105,545 -- 31.7%
--- Akron ------------------- 36,518 ------ 29,218 -- 25.0%
--- Canton ------------------ 16,771 ------ 12,995 -- 29.1%

CHARLOTTE ------------------ 174,029 ----- 117,071 -- 48.7%

ST. LOUIS ------------------ 161,281 ----- 135,770 -- 18.8%

INDIANAPOLIS --------------- 153,878 ----- 118,178 -- 30.2%
--- Indianapolis ----------- 143,873 ----- 110,580 -- 30.1%
--- Columbus ----------------- 6,044 ------- 4,295 -- 40.7%
--- Muncie ------------------- 3,961 ------- 3,303 -- 19.9%

ORLANDO -------------------- 152,451 ----- 114,958 -- 32.6%
--- Orlando ---------------- 132,448 ------ 99,474 -- 33.1%
--- Deltona ----------------- 17,199 ------ 13,616 -- 26.3%
--- The Villages ------------- 2,804 ------- 1,868 -- 50.1%

PITTSBURGH ----------------- 151,590 ----- 118,609 -- 27.8%
--- Pittsburgh ------------- 147,367 ----- 113,940 -- 29.3%
--- Weirton ------------------ 4,223 ------- 3,669 -- 15.1%

AUSTIN --------------------- 148,750 ------ 88,718 -- 67.7%

TAMPA ---------------------- 146,349 ----- 111,134 -- 31.7%

KANSAS CITY ---------------- 141,276 ----- 111,959 -- 26.2%
--- Kansas City ------------ 131,092 ----- 103,464 -- 26.7%
--- St. Joseph --------------- 5,626 ------- 4,764 -- 18.1%
--- Lawrence ----------------- 4,558 ------- 3,731 -- 22.2%

SALT LAKE CITY ------------- 139,902 ------ 98,714 -- 41.7%
--- Salt Lake City ---------- 87,801 ------ 63,173 -- 39.0%
--- Ogden ------------------- 26,476 ------ 20,407 -- 29.7%
--- Provo ------------------- 25,625 ------ 15,134 -- 69.3%

CINCINNATI ----------------- 138,034 ----- 107,067 -- 28.9%

COLUMBUS ------------------- 136,296 ------ 95,188 -- 43.2%

SACRAMENTO ----------------- 132,376 ------ 99,117 -- 33.6%
--- Sacramento ------------- 126,352 ------ 94,312 -- 34.0%
--- Yuba City ---------------- 6,024 ------- 4,805 -- 25.4%

NASHVILLE ------------------ 133,251 ------ 82,636 -- 61.2%

SAN ANTONIO ---------------- 129,298 ------ 82,757 -- 56.2%

RALEIGH -------------------- 126,762 ------ 97,733 -- 29.7%
--- Raleigh ----------------- 83,288 ------ 57,540 -- 44.7%
--- Durham------------------- 43,474 ------ 40,193 --- 8.2%

LAS VEGAS ------------------ 116,631 ------ 87,154 -- 33.8%
--- Las Vegas -------------- 112,288 ------ 83,410 -- 34.6%
--- Lake Havasu City---------- 4,343 ------- 3,744 -- 16.0%

MILWAUKEE ------------------ 113,507 ------ 94,834 -- 19.7%
--- Milwaukee -------------- 105,427 ------ 87,454 -- 20.6%
--- Racine-------------------- 8,080 ------- 7,380 --- 9.5%

HARTFORD ------------------- 106,072 ------ 96,132 -- 10.3%
--- Hartford ---------------- 90,318 ------ 81,506 -- 10.8%
--- New London -------------- 15,754 ------ 14,626 --- 7.7%

NORFOLK --------------------- 94,855 ------ 82,107 -- 15.5%

NEW ORLEANS ----------------- 83,330 ------ 79,619 --- 4.7%
--- New Orleans ------------- 79,290 ------ 75,811 --- 4.6%
--- Hammond ------------------ 4,040 ------- 3,808 --- 6.1%

RICHMOND -------------------- 82,739 ------ 62,643 -- 32.1%

LOUISVILLE ------------------ 82,338 ------ 61,469 -- 34.0%
--- Louisville -------------- 76,063 ------ 55,849 -- 36.2%
--- Elizabeth Town ----------- 6,275 ------- 5,620 -- 11.7%

GREENSBORO ------------------ 76,733 ------ 63,441 -- 21.0%
--- Greensboro -------------- 41,543 ------ 34,113 -- 21.8%
--- Winston-Salem ----------- 29,749 ------ 24,937 -- 19.3%
--- Burlington --------------- 5,441 ------- 4,391 -- 23.9%

JACKSONVILLE ---------------- 76,650 ------ 56,380 -- 36.0%

OKLAHOMA CITY --------------- 74,884 ------ 57,724 -- 29.7%

MEMPHIS --------------------- 72,503 ------ 62,897 -- 15.3%

GRAND RAPIDS ---------------- 66,435 ------ 46,069 -- 44.2%
--- Grand Rapids ------------ 60,529 ------ 41,318 -- 46.5%
--- Muskegon ----------------- 5,906 ------- 4,751 -- 24.3%

HARRISBURG ------------------ 65,234 ------ 53,045 -- 23.0%
--- Harrisburg -------------- 37,182 ------ 29,357 -- 26.7%
--- York -------------------- 19,383 ------ 16,818 -- 15.3%
--- Lebanon ------------------ 5,155 ------- 4,155 -- 24.1%
--- Gettysburg --------------- 3,514 ------- 2,715 -- 29.4%

BIRMINGHAM ------------------ 64,553 ------ 52,304 -- 23.4%

BUFFALO --------------------- 60,014 ------ 49,108 -- 22.2%

ALBANY ---------------------- 59,476 ------ 48,306 -- 23.1%
--- Albany ------------------ 54,302 ------ 43,862 -- 23.8%
--- Glens Falls -------------- 5,174 ------- 4,444 -- 16.4%

GREENVILLE ------------------ 58,099 ------ 42,566 -- 36.5%
--- Greenville -------------- 42,109 ------ 30,973 -- 36.0%
--- Spartanburg ------------- 15,990 ------ 11,593 -- 37.9%

TULSA ----------------------- 57,747 ------ 45,244 -- 27.6%

ROCHESTER ------------------- 56,550 ------ 50,236 -- 12.6%

ALBUQUERQUE ----------------- 51,307 ------ 44,849 -- 14.4%
--- Albuquerque ------------- 44,051 ------ 38,114 -- 15.6%
--- Santa Fe ----------------- 7,256 ------- 6,735 --- 7.7%

FRESNO ---------------------- 47,595 ------ 35,950 -- 32.4%
--- Fresno ------------------ 42,045 ------ 31,952 -- 31.6%
--- Madera ------------------- 5,550 ------- 3,998 -- 38.8%

CAPE CORAL ------------------ 46,189 ------ 34,481 -- 34.0%
--- Cape Coral -------------- 27,953 ------ 21,596 -- 29.4%
--- Naples ------------------ 18,236 ------ 12,885 -- 41.5%

KNOXVILLE ------------------- 45,872 ------ 35,611 -- 28.8%
--- Knoxville --------------- 41,459 ------ 32,296 -- 28.4%
--- Morristown --------------- 4,413 ------- 3,315 -- 33.1%

DAYTON ---------------------- 45,642 ------ 37,019 -- 23.3%
--- Dayton ------------------ 41,111 ------ 33,388 -- 23.1%
--- Springfield -------------- 4,531 ------- 3,631 -- 24.8%

TUCSON ---------------------- 39,034 ------ 34,660 -- 12.6%

EL PASO --------------------- 36,260 ------ 30,445 -- 19.1%
--- El Paso ----------------- 29,033 ------ 23,944 -- 21.3%
--- Las Cruces --------------- 7,227 ------- 6,501 -- 11.2%

SARASOTA -------------------- 35,518 ------ 25,875 -- 37.3%
--- Sarasota ---------------- 31,197 ------ 22,706 -- 37.4%
--- Punta Gorda -------------- 4,321 ------- 3,169 -- 36.4%
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Thank you Yuri, I always appreciate the work you put in to provide this data. Glad to see with the 2017 numbers Cleveland has now grown faster than the national average. I would say its a nice surprise, but as someone who lives here and works in local government, its not a surprise. Our economy has been on fire lately, which as been a welcome change from the last few decades. Not only with regards to GDP, but jobs wise, the metro area is finally back to the level we were in 2000, when that recession led to the start of a long period of stagnation (in addition to the Great Recession). The last four months now YOY jobs growth has been at sunbelt levels, comparable to Portland, Denver, and Charlotte.

https://www.bls.gov/regions/midwest/...veland_msa.htm
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Thank you Yuri, I always appreciate the work you put in to provide this data. Glad to see with the 2017 numbers Cleveland has now grown faster than the national average.
Manufacturing-oriented metros were devastated in '09, so their '10-forward numbers are expectedly above-the-norm due to recovery.

Look at Metro Detroit. Detroit appears to be growing far faster than Ann Arbor, but it's just a function of '09. It doesn't mean Detroit has a more robust economy. If you shifted one year earlier (or a year or two later) you would have very different numbers.
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We are talking about a over US$ 60,000 GDP per capita for Detroit MSA. Cleveland MSA, above US$ 67,000. Both one of the most productive and wealthy areas in the entire world.

If growing from such a high base is not robust, I don't know what it is.
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Thanks Yuri for your work. Always a treat for the statistic addicts like me.

Good to know NY is heading to 2 trillion mark. If not there in 2018.

I was just reading today that the U.S. economy grew 3.5% this quarter. 0.2% greater than what was expected.
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Those numbers are made up. None of the statistical offices publish GDP to this level. New York with 16 million, Mexico City with 40% of GDP. It's just trash.
Yeah those figures are rubbish. Some are off my a huge margin of error. Not even excusable. I wonder what there methodology is though? Maybe there's a reason for the madness.
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Thanks Yuri for your work. Always a treat for the statistic addicts like me.

Good to know NY is heading to 2 trillion mark. If not there in 2018.

I was just reading today that the U.S. economy grew 3.5% this quarter. 0.2% greater than what was expected.
Chris, it might take a while as New York CSA lost Allentown MSA and the Connecticut components keep growing at anemic rates.

Tokyo was above US$ 2 trillion but fell below as Yen got weaker. Now it's getting stronger again, which might push Tokyo above it.
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Last page I brought 2016 figures for the US and Europe. Now Brazil:

GDP 2016

-------------------------------------------- 2016 ----------------- 2010 ------------ per capita (2016)
BRASIL --------------------------- 1.795.760.744.986 -- 2.207.867.613.636 --- 8.714

Code:
SÃO PAULO ----------------- 378.791.434 ---- 487.500.424 ------ 14.562
RIO DE JANEIRO ------------ 145.540.481 ---- 175.733.015 ------ 11.209
BRASÍLIA ------------------- 72.844.972 ----- 87.272.177 ------ 17.417
CAMPINAS ------------------- 71.530.153 ----- 88.866.275 ------ 14.756
BELO HORIZONTE-------------- 59.565.432 ----- 87.804.714 ------- 9.342
PORTO ALEGRE --------------- 52.991.114 ----- 64.604.696 ------ 11.687
CURITIBA ------------------- 46.408.469 ----- 60.345.668 ------ 12.111
RECIFE --------------------- 34.731.045 ----- 40.240.915 ------- 6.515
SALVADOR ------------------- 33.606.619 ----- 41.647.709 ------- 8.220
FORTALEZA ------------------ 26.110.916 ----- 30.151.974 ------- 6.150
GOIÂNIA -------------------- 24.428.330 ----- 29.665.809 ------- 8.166
SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS -------- 21.605.302 ----- 30.646.850 ------ 12.716
MANAUS --------------------- 20.988.114 ----- 29.394.293 ------- 8.859
VITÓRIA -------------------- 19.916.463 ----- 32.566.065 ------- 8.795
BLUMENAU-ITAJAÍ ------------ 19.171.974 ----- 21.322.910 ------ 13.174
BELÉM ---------------------- 14.172.249 ----- 16.493.677 ------- 5.429
JOINVILLE ------------------ 13.768.377 ----- 17.961.276 ------ 12.573
RIBEIRÃO PRETO ------------- 13.536.042 ----- 16.659.422 ------ 10.701
CAXIAS DO SUL -------------- 12.351.048 ----- 16.635.211 ------ 12.641
UBERLÂNDIA ----------------- 11.713.648 ----- 13.540.182 ------ 13.018
LONDRINA ------------------- 11.484.973 ----- 12.822.489 ------- 9.085
FLORIANÓPOLIS -------------- 11.465.146 ----- 13.205.757 ------ 10.141
NATAL ---------------------- 10.638.675 ----- 12.582.818 ------- 5.429
VOLTA REDONDA --------------- 9.980.106 ----- 17.090.985 ------ 11.307
MACEIÓ ---------------------- 9.784.531 ----- 11.069.301 ------- 5.016
SÃO LUÍS -------------------- 9.346.435 ----- 11.408.085 ------- 5.902
ARARAQUARA-SÃO CARLOS ------- 9.146.971 ----- 10.907.532 ------ 10.351
CUIABÁ ---------------------- 9.015.579 ------ 9.739.747 ------- 9.626
JOÃO PESSOA ----------------- 8.688.113 ------ 9.837.828 ------- 5.724
SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO ------- 8.223.407 ------ 9.495.101 ------- 9.845
CAMPO GRANDE ---------------- 8.129.651 ------ 9.379.409 ------- 8.408
MARINGÁ --------------------- 7.838.961 ------ 7.798.514 ------- 9.387
ARACAJU --------------------- 7.578.946 ----- 10.250.183 ------- 5.913
MACAÉ ----------------------- 7.348.297 ----- 16.729.024 ------ 14.718
TERESINA -------------------- 7.029.470 ------ 7.825.464 ------- 4.766
CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES ------- 6.645.733 ----- 26.004.927 ------ 10.832
BAURU ----------------------- 6.020.758 ------ 7.371.171 ------- 9.960
PELOTAS-RIO GRANDE ---------- 5.766.106 ------ 6.659.811 ------- 7.408
FEIRA DE SANTANA ------------ 5.638.815 ------ 5.765.811 ------- 5.168
PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE --------- 5.607.977 ------ 5.881.735 ------- 9.235
FOZ DO IGUAÇU --------------- 5.485.756 ------ 5.049.631 ------ 12.825
JUIZ DE FORA ---------------- 5.201.647 ------ 6.824.572 ------- 6.660
PONTA GROSSA ---------------- 5.180.966 ------ 5.137.195 ------ 11.068
CRICIÚMA -------------------- 5.130.664 ------ 5.856.109 ------- 8.555
ARAÇATUBA-BIRIGUI ----------- 5.114.071 ------ 5.585.868 ------- 9.174
CASCAVEL -------------------- 4.957.509 ------ 4.641.364 ------ 10.625
PORTO VELHO ----------------- 4.823.116 ------ 5.851.244 ------- 7.433
CABO FRIO ------------------- 4.717.966 ------ 8.840.836 ------- 7.777
CHAPECÓ --------------------- 4.542.466 ------ 5.641.265 ------ 10.347
UBERABA --------------------- 4.491.158 ------ 4.828.326 ------ 11.755
IPATINGA -------------------- 4.368.696 ------ 7.011.317 ------- 7.698
PASSO FUNDO ----------------- 4.188.910 ------ 4.099.183 ------ 11.959
ILHÉUS-ITABUNA -------------- 4.108.802 ------ 5.282.426 ------- 3.916
PETROLINA-JUAZEIRO ---------- 3.811.370 ------ 4.381.703 ------- 3.803
DIVINÓPOLIS ----------------- 3.718.879 ------ 4.254.398 ------- 6.884
RONDONÓPOLIS ---------------- 3.706.014 ------ 3.752.690 ------ 12.261
CARUARU --------------------- 3.684.650 ------ 3.903.819 ------- 3.991
CACHOEIRO DE ITAPEMIRIM ----- 3.591.114 ------ 5.605.228 ------- 7.987
CAMPINA GRANDE -------------- 3.522.186 ------ 4.092.021 ------- 4.313
FRANCA ---------------------- 3.520.809 ------ 3.756.654 ------- 8.427
MACAPÁ ---------------------- 3.510.173 ------ 4.058.225 ------- 5.513
IMPERATRIZ ------------------ 3.362.490 ------ 2.813.260 ------- 5.705
GUARATINGUETÁ --------------- 3.251.246 ------ 4.044.416 ------- 7.566
SANTA MARIA ----------------- 3.198.634 ------ 3.506.518 ------- 7.165
MONTES CLAROS --------------- 3.160.753 ------ 3.457.497 ------- 4.866
PALMAS ---------------------- 3.093.119 ------ 2.889.908 ------- 8.067
MARÍLIA --------------------- 2.970.078 ------ 3.583.678 ------- 8.445
RIO BRANCO ------------------ 2.726.669 ------ 3.337.770 ------- 5.822
VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA -------- 2.549.981 ------ 2.732.907 ------- 3.809
BOA VISTA ------------------- 2.482.745 ------ 3.089.737 ------- 6.785
MARABÁ ---------------------- 2.288.794 ------ 2.101.115 ------- 7.158
JUAZEIRO DO NORTE ----------- 2.232.713 ------ 2.440.670 ------- 3.573
MOSSORÓ --------------------- 2.074.112 ------ 3.223.065 ------- 5.563
GOVERNADOR VALADARES -------- 2.053.436 ------ 2.463.055 ------- 4.693
SANTARÉM -------------------- 1.960.492 ------ 2.001.430 ------- 3.839
ARAPIRACA ------------------- 1.715.932 ------ 1.600.853 ------- 3.877
SOBRAL ---------------------- 1.596.074 ------ 1.906.355 ------- 3.682


And GDP growth (expressed in BRL):

-------------------------------------------- 2016 ----------------- 2010 ------------ Growth
BRASIL --------------------------- 6.267.205.000.000 -- 3.885.847.000.000 --- 61,3%

Code:
SÃO PAULO --------------- 1.321.982.103.000 -- 858.000.747.000 --- 54,1%
RIO DE JANEIRO ------------ 507.936.279.000 -- 309.290.106.000 --- 64,2%
BRASÍLIA ------------------ 254.228.954.000 -- 153.599.032.000 --- 65,5%
CAMPINAS ------------------ 249.640.233.000 -- 156.404.644.000 --- 59,6%
BELO HORIZONTE------------- 207.883.359.000 -- 154.536.296.000 --- 34,5%
PORTO ALEGRE -------------- 184.938.989.000 -- 113.704.265.000 --- 62,6%
CURITIBA ------------------ 161.965.557.000 -- 106.208.375.000 --- 52,5%
RECIFE -------------------- 121.211.348.000 --- 70.824.011.000 --- 71,1%
SALVADOR ------------------ 117.287.102.000 --- 73.299.968.000 --- 60,0%
FORTALEZA ------------------ 91.127.097.000 --- 53.067.475.000 --- 71,7%
GOIÂNIA -------------------- 85.254.873.000 --- 52.211.824.000 --- 63,3%
SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS -------- 75.402.504.000 --- 53.938.456.000 --- 39,8%
MANAUS --------------------- 73.248.518.000 --- 51.733.955.000 --- 41,6%
VITÓRIA -------------------- 69.508.456.000 --- 57.316.274.000 --- 21,3%
BLUMENAU-ITAJAÍ ------------ 66.910.188.000 --- 37.528.321.000 --- 78,3%
BELÉM ---------------------- 49.461.150.000 --- 29.028.872.000 --- 70,4%
JOINVILLE ------------------ 48.051.635.000 --- 31.611.845.000 --- 52,0%
RIBEIRÃO PRETO ------------- 47.240.788.000 --- 29.320.583.000 --- 61,1%
CAXIAS DO SUL -------------- 43.105.159.000 --- 29.277.972.000 --- 47,2%
UBERLÂNDIA ----------------- 40.880.633.000 --- 23.830.720.000 --- 71,5%
LONDRINA ------------------- 40.082.557.000 --- 22.567.581.000 --- 77,6%
FLORIANÓPOLIS -------------- 40.013.359.000 --- 23.242.133.000 --- 72,2%
NATAL ---------------------- 37.128.976.000 --- 22.145.760.000 --- 67,7%
VOLTA REDONDA -------------- 34.830.571.000 --- 30.080.133.000 --- 15,8%
MACEIÓ --------------------- 34.148.013.000 --- 19.481.970.000 --- 75,3%
SÃO LUÍS ------------------- 32.619.059.000 --- 20.078.230.000 --- 62,5%
ARARAQUARA-SÃO CARLOS ------ 31.922.928.000 --- 19.197.256.000 --- 66,3%
CUIABÁ --------------------- 31.464.370.000 --- 17.141.955.000 --- 83,5%
JOÃO PESSOA ---------------- 30.321.515.000 --- 17.314.578.000 --- 75,1%
SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO ------ 28.699.691.000 --- 16.711.377.000 --- 71,7%
CAMPO GRANDE --------------- 28.372.483.000 --- 16.507.760.000 --- 71,9%
MARINGÁ -------------------- 27.357.973.000 --- 13.725.384.000 --- 99,3%
ARACAJU -------------------- 26.450.522.000 --- 18.040.322.000 --- 46,6%
MACAÉ ---------------------- 25.645.558.000 --- 29.443.083.000 -- -12,9%
TERESINA ------------------- 24.532.850.000 --- 13.772.816.000 --- 78,1%
CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES ------ 23.193.607.000 --- 45.768.671.000 -- -49,3%
BAURU ---------------------- 21.012.446.000 --- 12.973.261.000 --- 62,0%
PELOTAS-RIO GRANDE --------- 20.123.709.000 --- 11.721.267.000 --- 71,7%
FEIRA DE SANTANA ----------- 19.679.466.000 --- 10.147.827.000 --- 93,9%
PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE -------- 19.571.838.000 --- 10.351.853.000 --- 89,1%
FOZ DO IGUAÇU -------------- 19.145.289.000 ---- 8.887.351.000 -- 115,4%
JUIZ DE FORA --------------- 18.153.748.000 --- 12.011.247.000 --- 51,1%
PONTA GROSSA --------------- 18.081.570.000 ---- 9.041.463.000 -- 100,0%
CRICIÚMA ------------------- 17.906.019.000 --- 10.306.752.000 --- 73,7%
ARAÇATUBA-BIRIGUI ---------- 17.848.107.000 ---- 9.831.127.000 --- 81,5%
CASCAVEL ------------------- 17.301.705.000 ---- 8.168.801.000 -- 111,8%
PORTO VELHO ---------------- 16.832.676.000 --- 10.298.190.000 --- 63,4%
CABO FRIO ------------------ 16.465.702.000 --- 15.559.871.000 ---- 5,8%
CHAPECÓ -------------------- 15.853.206.000 ---- 9.928.626.000 --- 59,7%
UBERABA -------------------- 15.674.141.000 ---- 8.497.853.000 --- 84,4%
IPATINGA ------------------- 15.246.748.000 --- 12.339.918.000 --- 23,6%
PASSO FUNDO ---------------- 14.619.295.000 ---- 7.214.562.000 -- 102,6%
ILHÉUS-ITABUNA ------------- 14.339.718.000 ---- 9.297.069.000 --- 54,2%
PETROLINA-JUAZEIRO --------- 13.301.683.000 ---- 7.711.797.000 --- 72,5%
DIVINÓPOLIS ---------------- 12.978.886.000 ---- 7.487.741.000 --- 73,3%
RONDONÓPOLIS --------------- 12.933.990.000 ---- 6.604.734.000 --- 95,8%
CARUARU -------------------- 12.859.428.000 ---- 6.870.721.000 --- 87,2%
CACHOEIRO DE ITAPEMIRIM ---- 12.532.988.000 ---- 9.865.202.000 --- 27,0%
CAMPINA GRANDE ------------- 12.292.429.000 ---- 7.201.957.000 --- 70,7%
FRANCA --------------------- 12.287.625.000 ---- 6.611.711.000 --- 85,8%
MACAPÁ --------------------- 12.250.505.000 ---- 7.142.476.000 --- 71,5%
IMPERATRIZ ----------------- 11.735.090.000 ---- 4.951.338.000 -- 137,0%
GUARATINGUETÁ -------------- 11.346.848.000 ---- 7.118.172.000 --- 59,4%
SANTA MARIA ---------------- 11.163.233.000 ---- 6.171.472.000 --- 80,9%
MONTES CLAROS -------------- 11.031.027.000 ---- 6.085.195.000 --- 81,3%
PALMAS --------------------- 10.794.985.000 ---- 5.086.238.000 -- 112,2%
MARÍLIA -------------------- 10.365.571.000 ---- 6.307.273.000 --- 64,3%
RIO BRANCO ------------------ 9.516.075.000 ---- 5.874.476.000 --- 62,0%
VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA -------- 8.899.434.000 ---- 4.809.917.000 --- 85,0%
BOA VISTA ------------------- 8.664.779.000 ---- 5.437.938.000 --- 59,3%
MARABÁ ---------------------- 7.987.891.000 ---- 3.697.962.000 -- 116,0%
JUAZEIRO DO NORTE ----------- 7.792.169.000 ---- 4.295.579.000 --- 81,4%
MOSSORÓ --------------------- 7.238.652.000 ---- 5.672.594.000 --- 27,6%
GOVERNADOR VALADARES -------- 7.166.490.000 ---- 4.334.976.000 --- 65,3%
SANTARÉM -------------------- 6.842.117.000 ---- 3.522.517.000 --- 94,2%
ARAPIRACA ------------------- 5.988.601.000 ---- 2.817.502.000 -- 112,5%
SOBRAL ---------------------- 5.570.299.000 ---- 3.355.185.000 --- 66,0%


For context, population and definition:
Code:
----------------------------- 2016
SÃO PAULO --------------- 26.012.511
RIO DE JANEIRO ---------- 12.984.553
BELO HORIZONTE------------ 6.375.906
RECIFE ------------------- 5.331.161
CAMPINAS ----------------- 4.847.512
PORTO ALEGRE ------------- 4.534.021
FORTALEZA ---------------- 4.245.601
BRASÍLIA ----------------- 4.182.339
SALVADOR ----------------- 4.088.609
CURITIBA ----------------- 3.831.872
GOIÂNIA ------------------ 2.991.374
BELÉM -------------------- 2.610.387
MANAUS ------------------- 2.369.017
VITÓRIA ------------------ 2.264.560
NATAL -------------------- 1.959.702
MACEIÓ ------------------- 1.950.704
SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS ------ 1.699.078
SÃO LUÍS ----------------- 1.583.638
JOÃO PESSOA -------------- 1.517.934
TERESINA ----------------- 1.474.939
BLUMENAU-ITAJAÍ ---------- 1.455.295
ARACAJU ------------------ 1.281.708
RIBEIRÃO PRETO ----------- 1.264.991
LONDRINA ----------------- 1.264.152
FLORIANÓPOLIS ------------ 1.130.542
JOINVILLE ---------------- 1.095.057
FEIRA DE SANTANA --------- 1.091.035
ILHÉUS-ITABUNA ----------- 1.049.348
PETROLINA-JUAZEIRO ------- 1.002.078
CAXIAS DO SUL -------------- 977.066
CAMPO GRANDE --------------- 966.860
CUIABÁ --------------------- 936.594
CARUARU -------------------- 923.152
UBERLÂNDIA ----------------- 899.809
ARARAQUARA-SÃO CARLOS ------ 883.643
VOLTA REDONDA -------------- 882.668
SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO ------ 835.254
MARINGÁ -------------------- 835.050
CAMPINA GRANDE ------------- 816.634
JUIZ DE FORA --------------- 781.064
PELOTAS-RIO GRANDE --------- 778.401
VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA ------- 669.534
MONTES CLAROS -------------- 649.544
PORTO VELHO ---------------- 648.872
MACAPÁ --------------------- 636.748
JUAZEIRO DO NORTE ---------- 624.944
CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES ------ 613.544
PRESIDENTE PRUDENTE -------- 607.231
CABO FRIO ------------------ 606.630
BAURU ---------------------- 604.497
CRICIÚMA ------------------- 599.700
IMPERATRIZ ----------------- 589.439
IPATINGA ------------------- 567.541
ARAÇATUBA-BIRIGUI ---------- 557.466
DIVINÓPOLIS ---------------- 540.190
SANTARÉM ------------------- 510.742
MACAÉ ---------------------- 499.276
RIO BRANCO ----------------- 468.316
PONTA GROSSA --------------- 468.117
CASCAVEL ------------------- 466.570
CACHOEIRO DE ITAPEMIRIM ---- 449.618
SANTA MARIA ---------------- 446.411
ARAPIRACA ------------------ 442.594
CHAPECÓ -------------------- 439.032
GOVERNADOR VALADARES ------- 437.535
SOBRAL --------------------- 433.484
GUARATINGUETÁ -------------- 429.708
FOZ DO IGUAÇU -------------- 427.754
FRANCA --------------------- 417.802
PALMAS --------------------- 383.420
UBERABA -------------------- 382.056
MOSSORÓ -------------------- 372.808
BOA VISTA ------------------ 365.901
MARÍLIA -------------------- 351.682
PASSO FUNDO ---------------- 350.264
MARABÁ --------------------- 319.770
RONDONÓPOLIS --------------- 302.259


Code:
Aracaju --- Aracaju, Baixo Cotinguiba, Cotinguiba, Estância and Japaratuba microregions
Araçatuba-Birigui --- Araçatuba and Birigui microregions
Arapiraca --- Arapiraca microregion
Araraquara-São Carlos --- Araraquara mesoregion
Bauru --- Bauru microregion
Belém --- Metropolitana de Belém mesoregion
Belo Horizonte --- Belo Horizonte, Itabira, Itaguara, Ouro Preto, Pará de Minas and Sete Lagoas microregions
Blumenau-Itajaí --- Blumenau and Itajaí microregions
Boa Vista --- Boa Vista microregion
Brasília --- Distrito Federal and Entorno do Distrito Federal microregion
Cabo Frio --- Lagos microregion
Cachoeiro de Itapemirim --- Cachoeiro de Itapemirim and Itapemirim microregions
Campina Grande --- Brejo Paraibano, Campina Grande, Esperança and Itabaiana microregions
Campinas --- Piracicaba mesoregion and Campinas and Mogi Mirim microrregions
Campo Grande --- Campo Grande microregion
Campos dos Goytacazes --- Campos dos Goytacazes microregion
Caruaru --- Vale do Ipojuca microregion
Cascavel --- Cascavel microregion
Caxias do Sul --- Caxias do Sul and Guaporé microregions
Chapecó --- Chapecó microregion
Criciúma --- Araranguá and Criciúma microregions
Cuiabá --- Cuiabá and Rosário Oeste microregions
Curitiba --- Metropolitana de Curitiba mesoregion
Divinópolis --- Divinópolis microregion
Feira de Santana --- Feira de Santana microregion
Florianópolis --- Grande Florianópolis mesoregion
Fortaleza --- Metropolitana de Fortaleza mesoregion and Baixo Curu, Baturité, Cascavel and Chorozinho microrregions
Foz do Iguaçu --- Foz do Iguaçu microregion
Franca --- Franca microregion
Goiânia --- Anápolis and Goiânia microregions
Governador Valadares --- Governador Valadares microregion
Guaratinguetá --- Guaratinguetá microregion
Ilhéus-Itabuna --- Ilhéus-Itabuna microregion
Imperatriz --- Imperatriz microregion
Ipatinga --- Ipatinga microregion
João Pessoa --- Mata Paraibana mesoregion
Joinville --- Joinville and São Bento do Sul microregions
Juazeiro do Norte --- Cariri and Caririaçu microregions
Juiz de Fora --- Juiz de Fora microregion
Londrina --- Apucarana, Assaí, Londrina and Porecatu microregions
Macaé --- Bacia de São João and Macaé microregions
Macapá --- Macapá microregion
Maceió --- Litoral Norte Alagoano, Maceió, Mata Alagoana and São Miguel dos Campos microregions
Manaus --- Manaus microregion
Marabá --- Marabá microregion
Marília --- Marília microregion
Maringá --- Astorga, Floraí and Maringá microregions
Montes Claros --- Montes Claros microregion
Mossoró --- Mossoró microregion
Natal --- Leste Potiguar mesoregion and Agreste Potiguar microrregion
Palmas --- Porto Nacional microregion
Passo Fundo --- Passo Fundo microregion
Pelotas-Rio Grande --- Litoral Lagunar and Pelotas microregions
Petrolina-Juazeiro --- Juazeiro and Petrolina microregions
Ponta Grossa --- Ponta Grossa microregion
Porto Alegre --- Gramado-Canela, Montenegro, Porto Alegre and São Jerônimo microregions
Porto Velho --- Porto Velho microregion
Presidente Prudente --- Presidente Prudente microregion
Recife --- Mata Pernambucana and Metropolitana do Recife mesoregions
Ribeirão Preto --- Batatais and Ribeirão Preto microregions
Rio Branco --- Rio Branco microregion
Rio de Janeiro --- Metropolitana do Rio de Janeiro mesoregion
Rondonópolis --- Rondonópolis microregion
Salvador --- Catu and Salvador microregions
Santa Maria --- Restinga Seca and Santa Maria microregions
Santarém --- Santarém microregion
São José do Rio Preto --- São José do Rio Preto microregion
São José dos Campos --- Campos dos Jordão, Paraibuna-Paraitinga and São José dos Campos microregions
São Luís --- Aglomeração Urbana de São Luís and Rosário microregions
São Paulo --- Metropolitana de São Paulo and Macro Metropolitana Paulista mesoregions and Itanhaém microregion
Sobral --- Meruoca and Sobral microregions
Teresina --- Caxias and Teresina microregions
Uberaba --- Uberaba microregion
Uberlândia --- Uberlândia microregion
Vitória --- Central Espírito-Santense mesoregion
Vitória da Conquista --- Vitória da Conquista microregion
Volta Redonda --- Barra do Piraí and Vale do Paraíba Fluminense microregions
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