Japan and United States
Monetary value of all finished goods and services within a country's border in a specific time period. Japan (40,442) U.S. (50,700) This shows that the U.S. has a bit more money than Japan, and the United States has a better quality of life and is able to afford a wider variety of goods.
127,253,075 (Japan) 316,668,567 (U.S.) - Shows that the U.S. has a bit more people and are able to estimate the amount of money the country will made and how much of the goods are needed.
Land that can be used for growing crops. Japan (364,000) U.S. (9,147,420) - U.S. has more arable land than Japan, and the United States is able to grow more foods.
830,600,000,000 (Japan) 2,299,000,000,000 (U.S.) - The United States has more imported goods, and this shows that they have more money and have a wider variety of products.
773.9 billions (Japan) 1.564 trillions (U.S.) - The United States exports more goods than Japan, and this shows there is more money and wider food production.