According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, in 2010 the United States produced 60,237 metric tonnes of apricots. That is enough to make the United States rank sixteenth out of sixty-nine countries ranked in that category. Turkey ranks first, producing 476,132 metric tonnes of apricots.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, in 2010 the United States produced 12,902,000 metric tonnes of tomatoes, or 11.7% of the world’s total tomato production. That was enough to make the United States rank second in that category. China ranked first, producing 41,864,750 tonnes, or 37.9% of the world’s total tomatoes. Just five countries–China, the United States, India, Turkey, and Egypt–produce more than three-quarters of the world’s tomatoes.
According to the World Health Organization, 92% of one-year old children in the U.S. were vaccinated for Hepatitis B in 2009, which makes the United States tied for eighty-ninth in that category with Australia, Burundi, Colombia, Guatemala, North Korea, San Marino, Turkey, Tuvalu, and the United Arab Emirates. Several countries tied for first, with a 99% vaccination rate.
According to FAOStat.org in 2008, the U.S. produced 3% of the worlds bananas. In addition to Cuba, Cypress, Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel, the United States ranks fourth out of ten countries. Turkey ranks first, with a banana production rate of 6%.
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According to the OECD, the inflation rate in the United States between September 2009 to September 2010 was 1.1%, which makes the United States rank twenty-fifth out of twenty eight ranked countries. Turkey ranks first, with an inflation rate of 9.2% during that time period.