Earlier today, I was searching for some information regarding the Apple’s valuation and found an interesting piece of thing, an article that says, “Apple is worth more than Poland? No, it isn’t” on CNET. Exploring further, another headline that hits this week, “Apple is now worth more than Poland,” it read. So what the major thing that I am thinking here do is it really worth it to use the “worth” it and thinking that Apple is really more worth than what the whole of Poland is?
The company, co-founded by Steve Jobs, is also worth more than Belgium, Sweden, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan. Apple total worth $506 billion – in contrast Poland, with a population of 38 million people, has a GDP figure of just $497 billion. The company become only the sixth company in history to soar past half a trillion dollars just days before the launch of the iPad 3 on March 7. So what do you think, the figures putting above is really “worth” it saying that a company can be more than the country’s GDP. Strange but true.
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