edited by Jodi Summers
So-Cal runs from L.A. through San Diego and spills into Tijuana, Mexico, accounting for 21.8 million people and more than one trillion in economic output. Even excluding its Mexican component, its economy is bigger than all of Mexico’s and just a bit smaller than Spain’s, also putting it among the world’s fifteen largest economies.
Above and beyond, the Boston-Washington corridor produces more than Germany, Chicago-Pittsburgh more than Brazil. Add that toSoCal production, which trounces Mexico, and the other regions, and these dozen mega-regions produce more than $13 trillion dollars in economic output, equivalent to three-quarters of America’s total GDP.
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