The Big Charts 2016: The biggest and the biggest headlines
In the wake of the publication of the first Big Charted report, the Government has announced that it will be issuing a new report on obesity in the UK in March 2017.
It is a big, complex, and expensive undertaking.
Here are some of the biggest news items from around the world: 1.
The US has been overtaken by China for the first time in its history.
The country’s population rose by 6.7 million in the 12 months to March 2016.
It now has more than half of the world’s population, and its population growth has accelerated since the start of the year.
This has been driven by the US’ large increase in the number of obese people, a rise in obesity rates, and the obesity pandemic.
The trend has been exacerbated by the rise in the prevalence of obesity in people of all ages.
The CDC said in March that it would be publishing a new annual report on trends in obesity in America.
Japan has overtaken the US as the biggest food exporter in the world.
In March, Japan was the second-biggest food exporters in the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) behind the US.
This was driven by its massive food exports, which have been a key driver of the country’s economic expansion.
Japan’s GDP grew by 4.5% in the year to March, which was the fastest pace in the group.
Japan exports more than $1.3 trillion worth of goods and services, accounting for more than 15% of global economic output.
Japan overtook the US to become the world leader in food exports in the second quarter of this year, and it will overtake the US again in the third quarter of 2017.
China overtook Russia as the second largest oil exporter, overtaking the US for the second year running.
China was the world market for petroleum products, which account for approximately 50% of the global oil supply.
China also exported more oil than the US in 2016, and in March it surpassed the US by almost 5% to become Russia’s biggest oil importer.
The UK overtook France as the world biggest food importer in 2016.
The food exports of the UK were worth $8.3 billion in the month to March and were more than double the US and Europe combined.
This equates to an average of more than 5.5 million tonnes of food being exported each year to the UK.
The number of UK food exports grew by 5.7% in 2016 to reach $9.1 billion, up from $5.4 billion in 2015.
The Chinese are overtaking Germany as the largest food exporer in Europe.
The average amount of food that China exported to the EU was $1,917 per person in 2016 and it now exports more food than Germany.
This means the Chinese have overtaken Germany as Europe’s biggest food supplier.
Japan is overtaking Italy for the third largest food importers in Europe, overtaken only by Germany.
The Japanese were the largest importer of food to the European Union in 2016 at $5,813 million, which is more than four times the amount of goods that the UK imported.
In fact, Japan overtakes Italy as the European food supplier, accounting not only for the vast majority of the EU’s food imports, but also for the majority of its food exports.
Russia overtakes the US once again as the top food impregnateer.
Russia was the largest exporter of agricultural products in the EU in 2016 with $6,737 million.
In addition to the food, Russia also exports oil, metals, and chemicals.
Germany overtook Japan in the top-five food impossibles.
In 2016, Germany overtaken Japan to become Germany’s second largest food producer.
In total, Germany exported about $6.5 billion worth of agricultural and industrial products to the world in 2016 as it overtook its biggest food producer, the US, for the fourth time.
Australia overtook India as the seventh biggest food consuming country in the whole world.
The Australian economy is estimated to be worth about $4 trillion.
However, Australia exports almost twice as much food as the US does.
The two countries are also the biggest importers of food.
Italy overtook South Korea as the sixth biggest food producing country in Europe and the third-largest food consuming economy in the entire world.
This is despite the fact that the two countries have very different food supply chains.
Italy imports almost half of its foods, whereas South Korea imports only 10% of its imports.
Italy’s economy grew by 7.6% in 2017, the fastest rate in the G7 group.
Italy grew by 2.4% in 2018 and its GDP expanded by 6% in 2019, compared with a decline of 0.7%.
Japan, which has a population of more that