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The US has become the world’s fastest-growing major economy and has surpassed the UK in population growth.

The US and the UK are now the top two countries on the planet for population growth, with Germany the third largest.

Ahead of Tuesday’s US election, there were fears that Trump’s populist campaign would weaken the US position, but that was not the case.

According to the latest data from the US Census Bureau, the US now has about 11.4 billion people.

The UK has about 7.6 billion.

The data shows that the US population is growing at a much faster pace than the UK and Germany combined.

Germany has the world-leading GDP per capita at $58,800, according to data from World Bank, and the US has a per capita GDP of $47,600.

But the US is also the biggest country on the globe with nearly 1.3 billion people, compared with 1.2 billion in the UK, 1.1 billion in Germany and 1.0 billion in China.

The growth in population in the US was much faster than the growth in other major economies, such as the US, the UK or France.

The figures also show that the world has grown more populous since 2000.

The UK is the world leader in population, with about 4.1 million people.

France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada are also growing at more than double the rate of the US.

However, China has surpassed Germany as the world with the fastest population growth of any country.

The World Bank data shows the country is now the world centre for population, ahead of India and Brazil, and ahead of the UK.

China has a population of about 6.6 million, more than four times the size of Germany and more than five times the population of the United States.

The population growth in China is mainly a result of the rapid economic growth and a massive migration from the countryside.

China’s rapid population growth has also led to a rise in birth rates and an increase in poverty, and its rapid population decline has left millions of people in poverty.

But it is the growth of the Chinese population in other countries that has been most worrying, with a rise of about 12% in births and a population decline of about 3.3 million people since 2000, according the World Bank.

In Germany, the number of people born in the country increased from 1.4 million in 2000 to 2.7 million in 2016, while in France, the birth rate has fallen by about one-third since 2000 to about 2.5 children per woman.

In the UK the number was 4.7 per cent higher in 2016 than in 2000, while the population has decreased by almost half from 2.9 million in 2008 to 1.8 million in 2015.

A growing number of countries are now looking to expand their populations.

In India, the population was 1.6 percent higher in 2020 compared with 2000.

But while China is the fastest-expanding country, other countries are also in the middle of population growth – India and France.

China is now home to about 9 billion people and growing rapidly, but the UK is still the world capital for population.