The US isn.

But it’s not even the top-ranked country in the world.

It’s still not the most profitable.

That distinction belongs to Japan, which is.

In fact, the Japanese economy is currently the second-largest in the developed world, after China.

But the US is now the world´s second-biggest economy, behind only Japan.

That is because the US has grown its way into the middle of the pack, thanks to a steady and steady stream of growth.

This trend is largely a function of a relatively low debt load, low inflation and an increasingly attractive consumer base.

It also means that the US still accounts for more than half of the world economy.

The US has more than doubled its annual GDP growth rate since 2009, and is now expected to top 20% GDP growth for the first time this year.

But while the US can boast a strong economy, it´s also the worlds second most indebted country.

The world’s debt has more or less tripled in the last three decades, and its economy has shrunk by about two-thirds.

It is the third-largest debtor nation, behind the US and Mexico.

If that wasn´t bad enough, the US was also the top country in Asia for decades, until it got into recession in 2008.

What happened?

The US didn´t have the perfect storm of good times and bad.

The first was the dotcom bubble, which saw many big companies and individuals buy up huge chunks of the economy.

It was followed by the financial crisis of 2008 and the Great Recession.

These events combined to create a lot of pressure on the US economy, which was already on shaky ground.

It took years for the US to get out of the recession and regain the growth it had lost during the dot com bubble.

But as it turned out, the dot-com bubble was just the beginning.

The Great Recession of 2008-09 also had a major impact on the economy in the US, particularly in the financial sector.

This period of contraction had a huge effect on the employment market.

And as a result, many people lost their jobs and many businesses shut down.

The financial crisis hit the US in an even bigger way, with millions of jobs lost in the housing market.

In 2010, the Great Depression of the 1930s finally ended.

This was a terrible time for the country, but it also created a lot more opportunities for growth and jobs.

So what did we learn?

There were lots of lessons in this story.

First, the global economic downturn wasn´T just a US problem.

The eurozone is a different story entirely.

The European debt crisis is largely the result of bad policies by governments there.

Second, the financial crash of 2008 did more to change the world than the dot app bubble.

The dot com crash was the first global financial crisis, but the recession was the beginning of the Great De-industrialisation.

Third, the rise of China in the late 1990s is partly to blame for the loss of jobs in the USA.

This is due to the fact that China is a major exporter of technology.

The Chinese are highly educated and highly productive, and they are also very resourceful.

They also have a very large working class and they have been doing so for years.

It wasn´ t a coincidence that they became a huge global competitor.

The result was a massive loss of US jobs.

Fourth, the recovery is more likely to come from the US than from China.

It will take time for that to happen.

The reason for that is that the Chinese are still very much the global super-power.

They can take on more and more of the global economy.

In the meantime, the job market for US workers is already quite tough.

The unemployment rate in the country was 7.7% in August, the highest since September 2015.

There are still some good jobs available for Americans, but they are not as good as they could be.

This may change in the future.

If China and India can find a way to become the world leaders in the manufacturing sector, there will be lots of new jobs for Americans.

But that will only happen if the US adopts policies that encourage economic growth.