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Which nation do you believe will be the leading economic power in next decade?

  1. Mash 99 profile image45
    Mash 99posted 5 years ago

    Which nation do you believe will be the leading economic power in next decade?

  2. safiq ali patel profile image72
    safiq ali patelposted 5 years ago

    China and India. Simply because they have the highest population and so also have the highest number of consumers and workers. Both China and India in 2012 focus their populations on education and so will have the highest number of highly skilled workers too. I expect the UK and America to fall somewhere to the middle or bottom of the leading economic power table. Australia and Canada I think will also emerge as leading economic powers in the next decade. America was the great economic superpower but it's budget deficit and its large scale security issues will make it harder for America to stay high up their in the league of Economic superpowers.

    1. Mash 99 profile image45
      Mash 99posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      If you been asked to select one from China and India, what would be your choice?

    2. safiq ali patel profile image72
      safiq ali patelposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      ERmm.....I think India. In real terms China stands the best chance of growth because of sheer large numbers of population. But China's economic growth may slow down because it's government is hostile towards economics.

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    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    In my opinion, this will be China. Because of cheap labor, non-monitoring of pollution, high tariffs, cyber stealing ideas for products from other Countries, and basically not having any rules when playing the game. They are simply cheating by not playing by the rules that other nations trade by.

    1. Mash 99 profile image45
      Mash 99posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      If China abide by the rules and regulation then who you think can take over

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    Old Empresarioposted 5 years ago

    It will be one of the far-eastern nations; Japan or China. The US will be their global junior-partner if it doesn't kick off into a religious civil war after its economic slowdown occurs. The future of the world lies in economic and social re-structuring, developing energy, space exploration, and the death of Monotheism.

    1. Mash 99 profile image45
      Mash 99posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      religious war...
      between whom???

  5. wba108@yahoo.com profile image80
    wba108@yahoo.composted 5 years ago

    It will still be the United States. As much as China is emerging, its still a communist dictatorship and I can't see it having a dominant economy until that changes. India is still a socialist country, Japan is in decline although will remain an economic powerhouse.

    1. Mash 99 profile image45
      Mash 99posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Don't you see that China has reached here in the same capacity, the communist dictatorship.

    2. wba108@yahoo.com profile image80
      wba108@yahoo.composted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I believe China has only gotten as far as it has by implementing some free market reforms but I doubt it will continued to do so unless the communist regime is toppled or steps down which may happen.

 
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