China’s economy predicted to overtake US by 2032

China is predicted to overtake the U.S. economy by 2032, according to a new report by London's Centre for Economics and Business Research

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for the past decade, US administration has overplayed its position in each and every situation. We constantly fails to acknowledge that there are other buyers out there. 

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We threaten to close a Ford factory in Mexico, China would love to open a car factory in Mexico. We will no longer buy lumber from Canada, China would love to buy lumber from Canada
 

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I would say, watch out for India too

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This is hardly a Democrat/Republican issue, nor is it anything that was not predictable 25 years ago.

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4 minutes ago, Meanwhile said:

This is hardly a Democrat/Republican issue, nor is it anything that was not predictable 25 years ago.

Right. China has a very large population happy to live at a lower standard of living, compared to the United States. And, the Chinese government coordinates everything, leading to low-cost, high efficiency manufacturing. Add to that the low standards for pollution

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We had an advantage in high technology for a long time, but they are also catching up very quickly

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7 minutes ago, Meanwhile said:

This is hardly a Democrat/Republican issue, nor is it anything that was not predictable 25 years ago.

The forward-looking schools should consider teaching Mandarin ultimately

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14 minutes ago, Stephen said:

I would say, watch out for India too

India is poised for intellectual take over probably sooner

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How many Trump products were made overseas? I mean, we have to start somewhere with bringing the jobs back to US

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