List of countries by GDP.
Please don't mix up two different Reports. If the article indicates old data of the most of the countries, then the article shouldn't indicate new data of the first 21 countries. Again, please don't mix up two different Reports. HOOTmag (talk) 10:18, 21 September 2011 (UTC)
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你好，你在List of country subdivisions by GDP over 100 billion US dollars添加中国城市和地区以及世界各地区域经济内容不适合！该条目是GDP总量过百亿美元的各国一级行政区列表（即中国的省级行政区），你参杂区域或城市将使条目失去原有意义，简直变成一个大杂烩。似乎在比谁的鸟鸡大。中国算什么，美国的经济总量那么大；中国的人均GDP低得可怜。在此列举失去意义，你不应该超出条目内容范畴；过多列举似乎在玩数字游戏罢了。Cncs (talk) 09:49, March 26, 2012 (UTC)
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I also reverted your changes to the Trillion Dollar Club article for the same reason. You are adding data that is not specified in the sources. The fact that you can add up the sum of EU countries from the source doesn't mean you can include that addition. This becomes WP:SYNTH. Even if it were not synthesis, part of the problem (for the TDC article at least) is that EU membership has changed quite a bit over the years. None of your additions mentioned which portfolio of countries constituted the EU at that specific time (another reason we need to rely on the sources). Finally, some of your additions goes back to the 70's. The EU wasn't formally founded until the 90's. I'm not opposed to the EU being in these articles, but they need to be sourced appropriately. Thanks. little green rosetta(talk)
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The goal is to duplicate this model for all 196 countries:
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If you want to put them in place, then re-calculate the monthly percent possible sunshine values. Otherwise, it's considered removal of sourced information. And I would vastly appreciate tips on how to obtain LV2 membership at the new CMA website. "My master, Annatar the Great, bids thee welcome!" 15:01, 30 April 2014 (UTC)
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