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Global Economics. Who Is Involved ?. 1870. 1913. USA. 23.3. 35.8. Germany. 13.2. 15.7. U.K. 31.8. 14.0. France. 10.3. 6.4. Russia. 3.7. 5.5. Italy. 2.4. 2.7. Canada. 1.0. 2.3. Belgium. 2.9. 2.1. Sweden. 0.4. 1.0. Japan. 1.2. India. 10.0. 1.1.

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1870

1913

USA

23.3

35.8

Germany

13.2

15.7

U.K.

31.8

14.0

France

10.3

6.4

Russia

3.7

5.5

Italy

2.4

2.7

Canada

1.0

2.3

Belgium

2.9

2.1

Sweden

0.4

1.0

Japan

1.2

India

10.0

1.1

Percentage Distribution of the World's Manufacturing/ Production,

1870 and 1913

(percentage of world total)

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Other

1.0

12.2

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UK

France

Germany

Russia

Italy

1781-90

3.8

10.9

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1801-14

7.1

12.3

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1825-34

18.8

21.5

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1845-54

27.5

33.7

11.7

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1865-74

49.2

49.8

24.2

13.5

42.9

1885-94

70.5

68.2

45.3

38.7

54.6

1905-13

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

% of world industrial production in 1913

6.4

17.7

5.5

2.7

The Rate of Industrial Growth in Five Selected Countries

Indices of Industrial Production

(Base Figures - 1905-13 = 100)

14.0

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