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The wealth of US cities

Many US metro areas have economies that rival those of entire countries, according to a new analysis by the US Conference of Mayors. Based on economic output, or gross metropolitan product, the Greater New York City and Los Angeles regions would rank among the world's top 20 economies. The Boston area, with $347 billion in economic output, comes in at 41, ahead of Denmark, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

Economic output of US metro areas and their closest international counterparts, as of 2013
New York
Seattle
Portland
San Francisco
San Jose
Los Angeles
San Diego
Phoenix
Denver
Minneapolis
Chicago
Dallas
Houston
Atlanta
Miami
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Washington
Detroit

SOURCES: US Conference of Mayors, The Council on Metro Economies and the New American City

Chiqui Esteban / Globe Staff

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