How much bigger is Australia than the U.K.?
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How much bigger is Australia than the U.K.?

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Australia is 31.5 times larger in total area than United Kingdom. Australia is 2.968 million square millions, and the United Kingdom is 94,058 square miles. The United Kingdom is 3 percent of the size of Australia.

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As of 2014, Australia has 23.2 million people and the U.K. has 63.2 million people (the U.K. is 2.7 times bigger). The real GDP of Australia is $867.2 billion per year and the U.K. is $2.433 trillion per year (the U.K. is 2.8 times bigger). The GDP per capital in Australia it is $67,468 and in the U.K. is $39,351 (Australia is 1.7 times larger). Australia has 13.9 million vehicles and the U.K. has 32.3 million vehicles (the U.K. is 2.3 times bigger).

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