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these two figures summarize the position of a country in the product space. here, bubbles represent a community of products and their size is proportional to global trade in that product community. the fraction of each bubble that is shown in white represents the fraction of all goods in that community for which the country has an rCa>1. in this example, out of 125 products in Machinery, Brazil makes 32 of them, so 75% of the circle is filled with the color corresponding to the machinery community. in both charts, the vertical axis shows the average complexity of the products in that community that the country is not currently making. the horizontal axis on the left figure shows the distance between the country’s current productive structure to each one of the product communities. the horizontal of the right figure displays the opportunity gain, which is a measure of the number of new products that become closer if the country were to move into that community (see technical Box 5.3). For both the distance and opportunity gain measures, only the products that are more complex than the country’s complexity level are considered. the dashed grey line indicates the country’s level of economic complexity measured using the economic Complexity index (eCi). natural resource based communities are not shown (mining, precious stones, coal and oil). Communities for which countries export all products are not shown.
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