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English: This bubble map shows the global distribution of imports of ores and metals in 2005 as a percentage of the top trader (China - $52,800,240,000).

This map is consistent with incomplete set of data too as long as the top trader is known. It resolves the accessibility issues faced by colour-coded maps that may not be properly rendered in old computer screens.

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Date 22 June 2007 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Anwar saadat at en.wikipedia
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