Can China overtake the USA as economic super power?
China is growing rapidly as a world economic giant. Will a day come when China will be the biggest economy in the world?
Simply developing an economy with four times the population of the United States will lead to that happening if it hasn't already happened.
Thanks Tamara, I agree with you. China's population has greatly contributed to their economic growth. I am inclined to believe also that some of their foreign economic policies give them an added advantage.
Population size doesn't matter per se, what matters is that they will work for minimal wages (pennies on the dollar) and in conditions that are dangerous and without benefits. America has 100 million unemployed the difference is wages/benefits.
China already is the most powerful economic force in the world. I have written extensively about this, the link below is to the most informative Hub I have done on the matter:
https://soapboxie.com/economy/China-ove … US-Economy
Take the time to review it, it will likely answer most of your questions.
Thanks a lot for the insightful submissions in that article.
Thank you, an interesting question, about a topic American MSM chooses to ignore. China has surpassed America and will soon disconnect itself from the dollar, and begin leading a portion of the world through BRICS and other agreements.
by ngureco 4 years ago
Whom should we blame that China is fast overtaking the U.S. as a leading economic power?
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