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Los Angeles County:  10,155,069
City of Los Angeles:    3,980,423
2010 Census

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With an economic gross domestic product of $766 billion in 2014, the Los Angeles-Orange County metropolitan area ranked second among the nation's 351 metropolitan economies (second only to the New York metropolitan area). If the LA-Orange County metro area were ranked among the world's 214 independent national economies, it would rank as the 19th larger economy in the world.

 

 

 

 

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 “[We found] a delightful place
among  the trees on the river.
There are all the requisites for
a large settlement.”
Father Juan Crespi, August 2, 1769

“Perhaps no city in modern times
has been so universally envied,
imitated, ridiculed, and, because
of what it may portend, feared.”
Encyclopedia Britannica, 2000

 

 

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