By comparing the export costs for Brazil and Argentina, you can clearly see how the costs in Brazil have jumped up every year since 2006. Why would one country see costs skyrocket and another remain stagnant?
You can also compare the number of new businesses registered in two or more countries. Looking at the example below between Japan and India, you’ll see that Japan adds more per year, but India will soon pass them on this trend. After taking a dip in 2006, India’s new businesses numbers have grown dramatically through 2008.
What would cause these two countries to be virtually the inverse of each other when it comes to new businesses?
Walking the entire length of Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles, California could easily seem like you’ve walked across town. In fact, you’ve only walked 1.9 miles. This new Wolfram|Alpha feature lets you map out computations or comparisons of some of the world’s most famous streets.
Even though it’s 1.9 miles, that’s 1.9 miles that can do some major damage to your bank account.