1. Using the most recent data available from any credible source including the CIA, OECD, UN, WB, IMF, etc. locate the following metrics on each country and the United States. Consolidate in tabular form in Word with each metric listed in the first column, your assigned country results in the second column, and the U.S. results in the third column. In a fourth column cite the source (e.g. OECD, CIA, etc.). Some metrics below may need to be calculated from the source data provided.  
· GDP (Purchasing Power Parity and Official Exchange Rate
· GDP Real Growth Rate 
· Per Capita GDP 
· GDP Composition by sector (e.g. consumption, investment, etc.) 
· Labor Force Size and Participation Rate
· Unemployment Rate 
· Gini Index
· Inflation Rate
· Exports (dollar value)
· Imports (dollar value)
· Trade Surplus/Deficit (calculate as a percentage of GDP) 
· National Debt (calculate as a percentage of GDP)
· Population and Population Growth Rate 
· Life Expectancy at Birth (years) 
· Infant Mortality Rate
· Homicide Rate (per 100,000 people)
· Central Bank Interest Rate 
· Stock Market Capitalization in dollars and percent of economy.