Economic and geographical characteristics of the United States

1) Territory, history of formation, economic and geographical location.
Conclusion: The territory of the United States has come a long way of formation, consists of 50 states and the District of Columbia. The advantage of the US EGP is explained, first of all, by the presence of a wide front of sea borders (12 thousand km), the position of the country’s territory between the two oceans, and remoteness from the European and Asian hotbeds of conflicts.
2) Natural resource potential. (Tutorial information)
Conclusion: The United States has a rich natural resource potential for the development of a diversified economy. The minerals that the USA is provided with in abundance are coal, oil, natural gas, uranium, molybdenum, sulfur, and iron ores. Water resources are abundant and varied (Mississippi rivers, Colorado, Great American Lakes). Soil and forest resources are rich.
3) Features of the population. (Electronic textbook information)
Conclusion: The US population, with the exception of the indigenous, is a product of immigration. The American nation is a typical example of the natural assimilation of numerous peoples.
4) US economy. (Electronic textbook information)
Conclusion: In the US economy, there are branches and industries that determine the face of the country in the world economy – the automotive industry, electrical engineering, electronics, aerospace.

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