Asia will be over half of the world economy in 2028

Asia is about 60% of the world’s population. There are about 7.7 billion people in the world and 4.6 billion are in Asia.

In 2030, the world will have about 8.56 billion and Asia will have nearly 5 billion people.

Asian countries are still maintaining GDP growth of 4-8% depending upon the country. This is 1 to 5% faster annual growth than the rest of the world.

On a purchasing power parity (PPP) basis, Asia will have 42% of the world economy next year. This is two thirds of the level if the people in Asia had the average world income level. On an exchange rated basis, Asia will have 33% of the world economy next year. This is a little over half of the level if Asia had the average world income level.

There has been huge progress from prior years and decades.

Based upon the IMF projections for 2023, Asia will move up to 45% of the world economy based on PPP and to 35% of the world on an exchange rated basis. Asia will be picking up nearly a percentage point of world economic share for PPP. Asia will surpass 50% of the world economy in PPP around 2028.

On an exchange rated basis, Asia will not get to 50% of the world economy until about 2040.

Asia’s share of world population will drop to about 55% around 2040.

In the 2050s, Asia will pass the overall average world income level.

Africa will be adding 300 to 400 million people every decade. Most of the people in Africa will still be very poor.

The IMF has projections of GDP (gross domestic product) both in nominal exchange rated terms and in purchasing power parity terms.

Purchasing Power Parity Projection

China and India dominate with around 60-66% of the population and 60-70% of purchasing power parity GDP.

Exchange rate GDP projection

China and India dominate with around 56-65% of nominal GDP.

148 thoughts on “Asia will be over half of the world economy in 2028”

  1. You wrote that China’s GDP in 2027 will be 27.054 trillion. Does this mean the US will be around 28.4 trillion because I doubt China will catch the US by 2027 , probably 2029 or 2030

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  2. Well if wealth inequality keeps rising there will be WW3.No government currently has any idea how to slow down the billionaires getting everything with robotics and automation and software.

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  3. The world is what it is and was always going to become what it isHowever hegemony is always a fleeting thing and with acceleration being what it is Chinas “empire” of dominance may only last 20 years.Romans 2000Byzantian 1000Ottomans 600British 200USA 70China 20Robots & AI 10Aliens ??

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  4. So called democracy gave us trump and the people dangerously against climate change for short term monetary gains. If an uneducated person can influence enough idiots in the public to become climate change deniers. That is why today we have trump, plus an appointed climate change change denier at head of EPA. ___________Ironically in the age of automation and AI, China is forecasted to have a massive 20 percent growth according to business insider, simply because of the government they have. Google “AI could bring a fresh surge in China’s economic growth, outpacing the US — partly because Beijing is ‘so concerned about social stability'” ___________They do have a democracy but more among their 75 million party members who hold general elections and majority are disportionately more educated in science and economics than china’s General population Of 1.4 billion.

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  5. In other words, China is waxing the US with their economic growth US will soon stall due to high debt and losing of dollar dominance DittLuca Mazza for prez !)

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  6. You mean you prefer to listen to data made from a verified grant whoring group of fellow grant-whore peer reviewed studies…while you refuse to read peer reviewed work from scientists who call them out on their BS.

    That’s right…there is a DEBATE going on in the scientific community. Always has been.

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  7. “Climate change is the science of stating that greenhouse gases and carbon emissions are warming the earth artificially. ”

    No, Global Warming Fraud is. You folks just changed the name when it became obvious that your models predicting Manhattan would be under water by 2008 proved to be bupkiss.

    And then you can claim people calling you out for your BS are ‘climate change deniers’.

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  8. Keep trolling for the Global Warming Fraud, pal.

    No really! It’s not like the internet doesn’t already have trolls like you on it, after all.

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  9. You mean you prefer to listen to data made from a verified grant whoring group of fellow grant-whore peer reviewed studies…while you refuse to read peer reviewed work from scientists who call them out on their BS.

    That’s right…there is a DEBATE going on in the scientific community. Always has been.

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  10. “Climate change is the science of stating that greenhouse gases and carbon emissions are warming the earth artificially. ”

    No, Global Warming Fraud is. You folks just changed the name when it became obvious that your models predicting Manhattan would be under water by 2008 proved to be bupkiss.

    And then you can claim people calling you out for your BS are ‘climate change deniers’.

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  11. Warrentheactualape….. And I get why you insist on AGW label.. Like I said before, there is more than one variable. Even with the natural sources of climate chsnge, they will kill the earth in about tens of thousand years absolute minimum. The man made one’s are much more potent and faster and kill alot sooner. If you do the math, like an actual scientist. You can calculate the variables. Instead of sticking your head in the sand cos brietbart told you so. You didn’t even bother to acknowledge the mar’s atmosphere comment cos you know you got owned. Regardless I’m not going to bother continuing to argue with a climate change denier the same way I give up on arguing with flat earthers. Both are so entrenched in conspiracy theory and call actual facts fake. Irinically flat earthers like to argue with actual scientists. Just to make themselves feel smart and exception on an area they know little about. So stop projecting. And stop Replying to me loser. With your groundless blanket accusations.

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  12. Now you’re just embarrassiig yourself. You are a climate change denier. Climate change is the science of stating that greenhouse gases and carbon emissions are warming the earth artificially.By denying that theory and saying it’s fake. You are by definition, what the world today calls a climate change denier. Google “climate change denier” then google “age” denier. The latter is used in amaterish conspiracies websites but the former is used in major news sites ls like “the guardian”, Forbes and Wikipedia. Lol

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  13. I rather listen to data made from a wide verified group of peer reviewed studies from actual scientists around the world, than listen to a bigot who has serious deep seated pathological issues. With an immature and predicable black and white bias against any news that make them uncomfy. Calling it fake does not make it fake so do yourself a favor and go read brietbart or fox news. Cos other news sites like Forbes, business insider, vox, etc tell it like it is and would only upset you with the truth.

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  14. The numbers do show that India and China had bigger economies than the European powers up until the 1800s.However this ignores several things:1. India, as a coherent political state, didn’t exist at the time. It was a general geographical region with a degree of shared culture. But a host of small, medium and large independent and semi-independent states often in conflict with each other. Referring to “India” was similar to referring to “Europe” or even “Christendom”. Current calculations of “Indian” population, GDP etc. are projecting backwards from current (1948) national boundaries.2. Even China, which was a coherent state, was terribly weak and uncoordinated. During the conflicts with England in the early 1800s, it was calculated that the Chinese economy was several times the size of Britain’s, but the British central government income was several times the size of Chinese central government income. And it is central government income that allows fielding military forces.Having another 50 million subsistence farmers barely able to feed themselves adds to your total numbers, but doesn’t yield any decent tax revenue. At least not once all the local lords and sub-kings have taken their share.3. Although the Europeans were smaller overall, they had areas where the per-capita income and wealth was much higher. And this allowed generating and paying for high technology such as transoceanic ships with cannon and navigation able to travel round the world and function as a military force. The Chinese in particular had the technology, but weren’t able to sustain such forces financially for more than a few years. (See Voyages of Cheng Ho.)

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  15. There’s no such thing as a ‘climate change denier’. There is such a thing as an AGW denier. But your type always uses falsely uses the former label deliberately because you don’t want to deal with the latter label, which is the truth.

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  16. “Wow. For grant money. Is their integrity really for sale? “UH, yes. In practice that is EXACTLY how it works out. Try taking away the grant money. So how they eat or pay the mortgage after that.Bingo!

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  17. “Business Insider” is an American financial and business news website published by Insider Inc. “So? Doesn’t change the fact that it is a wu mau rag for Next Big China”What is your issue with business insider? “What is YOUR issue with it? Other than you worship it or something.”…And they were quoting the chief economist at one of the world’s leading consulting firms at the UK arm of global professional services firm PWC”Which, by definition, makes them China’s bytch. Pay attention to how the world really works.

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  18. The numbers do show that India and China had bigger economies than the European powers up until the 1800s.

    However this ignores several things:
    1. India, as a coherent political state, didn’t exist at the time. It was a general geographical region with a degree of shared culture. But a host of small, medium and large independent and semi-independent states often in conflict with each other. Referring to “India” was similar to referring to “Europe” or even “Christendom”. Current calculations of “Indian” population, GDP etc. are projecting backwards from current (1948) national boundaries.
    2. Even China, which was a coherent state, was terribly weak and uncoordinated. During the conflicts with England in the early 1800s, it was calculated that the Chinese economy was several times the size of Britain’s, but the British central government income was several times the size of Chinese central government income. And it is central government income that allows fielding military forces.
    Having another 50 million subsistence farmers barely able to feed themselves adds to your total numbers, but doesn’t yield any decent tax revenue. At least not once all the local lords and sub-kings have taken their share.
    3. Although the Europeans were smaller overall, they had areas where the per-capita income and wealth was much higher. And this allowed generating and paying for high technology such as transoceanic ships with cannon and navigation able to travel round the world and function as a military force. The Chinese in particular had the technology, but weren’t able to sustain such forces financially for more than a few years. (See Voyages of Cheng Ho.)

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  19. I strongly doubt that in the year 1750 India was the biggest economy or the 2nd I assume the UK or France was. You are just Bstting

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  20. No. India came under British Crown in 1857 and till 1947. In 1818 Hindu Maratha Empire lost war with British and that was the turning point of Indian History and start of downfall of Indian Economy.

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  21. There’s no such thing as a ‘climate change denier’. There is such a thing as an AGW denier. But your type always uses falsely uses the former label deliberately because you don’t want to deal with the latter label, which is the truth.

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  22. “Wow. For grant money. Is their integrity really for sale? ”

    UH, yes. In practice that is EXACTLY how it works out.

    Try taking away the grant money. So how they eat or pay the mortgage after that.

    Bingo!

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  23. “Business Insider” is an American financial and business news website published by Insider Inc. ”

    So? Doesn’t change the fact that it is a wu mau rag for Next Big China

    “What is your issue with business insider? ”

    What is YOUR issue with it? Other than you worship it or something.

    “…And they were quoting the chief economist at one of the world’s leading consulting firms at the UK arm of global professional services firm PWC”

    Which, by definition, makes them China’s bytch. Pay attention to how the world really works.

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  24. No. But you can check about Maurya Empire, Mughal Empire and many. Anyway this article is not related to world empires. It is for world economy. You can check about size of Indian economy in past. Till year 1800, India was either first or second biggest economy. And it will again restore the same position in 30 years.

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  25. May be you are not a Hindu! Do you know about Veda? What is first book? Read about Indian economy and spiritualism. Still entire east is following Hinduism/Budhism that originated from India. Don’t limit your knowledge upto ‘YUGA’ only.Hinduism/Budhism is not like a religion. It is a system of basic concepts and much more than a religion.

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  26. Is this article related to world empires or world economy?? Don’t be distracted from point. And tell me who has ruled the whole world at a time.But you can check about size of Indian economy in past. Till year 1800 India was either first or second biggest economy. And it will again restore the same position in 30 years. Keep on smiling!!!

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  27. No. India came under British Crown in 1857 and till 1947. In 1818 Hindu Maratha Empire lost war with British and that was the turning point of Indian History and start of downfall of Indian Economy.

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  28. It is a good point that the 75 million Chinese who get to vote in their internal communist party elections is comparable to the approximately 100 million who vote in US elections.

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  29. The Indian’s ruled the world in a previous cycle of Yuga, the great Hindu cosmological cycle of 4.3 billion years which repeat over and over again.Clearly our world was created at the start of this Yuga, so it was some other world that the Indians ruled.

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  30. Warren… c’mon man think….American Millennials living in Mum’s basement with a $5000 video game system and an anime cuddle pillow are clearly in the TOP 20% of the world, wealth wise.In the event of any revolution they’ll be on the defensive. They certainly aren’t the ones who’ll be rising up.

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  31. Seriously?? Business Insider” is an American financial and business news website published by Insider Inc. What is your issue with business insider? And they were quoting the chief economist at one of the world’s leading consulting firms at the UK arm of global professional services firm PWC.

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  32. You are such a derivative thinker. You realise climate change has more than one variable like greenhouse gases, etcAnd last time I checked, Mars does do nave the same atmosphere as it’s composed mostly of carbon dioxide and 100 times thinner than ours. Do you think climate change only has one variable?And as for falsified bs rigged data. Like I said before, ever counyry seems to produce the same data. They have no political bias in common. But change deniers all have one thing in common. Majority has no science degrees but all of them think that globalist are out to get them. They all have political bias in common. Lol go figure

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  33. Wow. For grant money. Is their integrity really for sale?And they are not worried that other scientists would expose their work as fraud. That would be a criminal offense and easily discoverable and be on the news in a short period. When scientists from Other countries make claims that their data is not real. In fact it seems other countries departments all agree on Climate change including America except for a group of fringe armchair scientists that have pathological trust issues and every ONE OF THEM claims globalist are out to get them. Omg. That is what they have in common and most have zero science degrees. go figure.

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  34. “Yeh and climate change science is done via actual data and research.”You misspelled ‘Falsified/rigged data and BS for research.’Or where you actually talking about solar science where it HAS been proven that solar activity has WAY more to do with climate change than anything else? This is why global warming was detected on Mars and elsewhere at the same time it was here. Guess those Martians were driving a load of SUVs there too, eh?

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  35. Yeh and climate change science is done via actual data and research. Not some speculations from armchair scientists who don’t bother to do their research but believe in any facts if they are backed by someone who also claims globalist are out to get them.NASA, other countries’space programs and energy department had scientists who independantly studied the effects and took sattelite imagery. It’s hard for one country to fake the sattelite imagery and expect the others to buy its data as real. But they all came up with the same data. Aka 100% reproducible experimentation/observation. That scientists have consensus on its validity. As for polar bears. Are you kidding me. The effects of climate change is approx 1 generation away. Just because you can’t see the devasting effects now does not mean it will never come.Climate change deniers, flat earthers need to take a rod out of their ass as they are like bible pushers. there truly is no point to argue with a Bible pusher when he ignores science and call them propaganda and sticks to his own cult like a sheep, es you. An show them evidence that 5hey are wrong but they are too biased to be open to actual facts.

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  36. It would be hilarious to laugh at climate change deniers except if they won, it would be a sad world. China may be a polluter but they have 4 times the people in America. Yet only barely 2 times the pollution of America.On per capita basis, America is a much worse polluter which does not give china an excuse to match up.But I’m not going to bother argue whether climate change is real with bigots. But climate change is a valid case and the world needs to work together regardless And bigot like climate change deniers are the embarrassment of America today. Outside Europeans, Asians, Pacific islanders, are shaking their heads at how far America has fallen when it come to Paris pact. And what the issue with flat earth era. They too also think “globalist” are conspiring against them. It amazes me how many idiots are climate change deniers on this site.

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  37. Lol you should be taking your own advice. Give me a source of climate change denial online. It’s majority sketchy and amateurishly made websites from nobodies.One of them has an amerucsn Eagle and claims globalist conspiracy. He is no scientist but blabs on about agenda. Whereas NASA, united nations, departments of energy from various countries, top scientists from Stanfird, Oxford aka people with actual science skills vs those who have zero degree in science but are purely biased by politics that they ignore facts wilfully

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  38. No. But you can check about Maurya Empire, Mughal Empire and many. Anyway this article is not related to world empires. It is for world economy.
    You can check about size of Indian economy in past. Till year 1800, India was either first or second biggest economy. And it will again restore the same position in 30 years.

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  39. It is easy to have high growth rates when you start from almost nothing but have plenty of manual labor. That is coming to an end as their economy and demographics run out of steam.

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  40. May be you are not a Hindu! Do you know about Veda? What is first book? Read about Indian economy and spiritualism. Still entire east is following Hinduism/Budhism that originated from India. Don’t limit your knowledge upto ‘YUGA’ only.
    Hinduism/Budhism is not like a religion. It is a system of basic concepts and much more than a religion.

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  41. You wrote that China’s GDP in 2027 will be 27.054 trillion. Does this mean the US will be around 28.4 trillion because I doubt China will catch the US by 2027 , probably 2029 or 2030

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  42. Is this article related to world empires or world economy?? Don’t be distracted from point. And tell me who has ruled the whole world at a time.
    But you can check about size of Indian economy in past. Till year 1800 India was either first or second biggest economy. And it will again restore the same position in 30 years. Keep on smiling!!!

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  43. “Geezus, another climate change denier. “Ah yes, the InstaCanard you throw when confronted with the truth called Global Warming Fraud.Scientific ‘experts’ told us that Manhattan would be underwater by 2008, remember?Al Gore told us the polar bears were toast. Instead, their population has more than doubled.And last: Science is not conducted via ‘consensus’. It is conducted by 100% reproducible experimentation/observation.

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  44. “So called democracy gave us trump and the people against climate change,”WHAT ‘democracy’? The US does not have…nor EVER had…a ‘democracy’.”Whilst ignoring the top scientists who actually did their research and data.”For grant money, yes?

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  45. “Ironically in the age of automation and AI, China is actually forecasted to have a massive 20 percent economic growth according to business insider, primarily because of the government they have.”Hahahahahah. Key words: “according to Business Insider” <– wu mau rag for Next Big China!

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  46. …hahahaha. You meant to say: “Indians claim to have ruled the world for 5,000 years when in fact it never did”There. Fixed it for ya.

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  47. “Well if wealth inequality keeps rising there will be WW3.”What? Millennials can’t even move out of their parents’ basements (even in this good economy). What makes you think that they will be able to afford to buy a gun? Let alone have the ambition to fire one in anger at their government? Keep dreamin’

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  48. There are no laissez faire capitalist economies. All there is are economies with different degrees of governmental involvement. The basic problem with corruption is the degree in which rentiers collect income without producing anything. Corruption is a strong disincentive to investing in an economy.

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  49. The major problem with democracy has always been the ignorant but restricting voting to a selected population is also a problem. My suggestion is that the educated have a moral duty to vote.

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  50. It is a good point that the 75 million Chinese who get to vote in their internal communist party elections is comparable to the approximately 100 million who vote in US elections.

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  51. The Indian’s ruled the world in a previous cycle of Yuga, the great Hindu cosmological cycle of 4.3 billion years which repeat over and over again.

    Clearly our world was created at the start of this Yuga, so it was some other world that the Indians ruled.

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  52. Warren… c’mon man think….

    American Millennials living in Mum’s basement with a $5000 video game system and an anime cuddle pillow are clearly in the TOP 20% of the world, wealth wise.
    In the event of any revolution they’ll be on the defensive. They certainly aren’t the ones who’ll be rising up.

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  53. “Yeh and climate change science is done via actual data and research.”

    You misspelled ‘Falsified/rigged data and BS for research.’

    Or where you actually talking about solar science where it HAS been proven that solar activity has WAY more to do with climate change than anything else? This is why global warming was detected on Mars and elsewhere at the same time it was here. Guess those Martians were driving a load of SUVs there too, eh?

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  54. its hilariously ironic listening to someone talk about so called climate change and hating on america (cleanest air in the world) all the while defending China.. biggest polluter in the world… cant make it up… hilarious

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  55. Well if wealth inequality keeps rising there will be WW3.No government currently has any idea how to slow down the billionaires getting everything with robotics and automation and software.

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  56. I wish climate alarmist spent 20 minutes a day for a few years reading all the information available to them about “climate change” I don’t mean trying to read some of the absurd papers that claim what might ,could, possibly, happen. I mean the literature that points out where those papers are so wrong. If you read the facts, saw the political moves made to stifle opposition, read the facts of the climate change funding programs. Saw and understood the basis for the claimed 97%, and all the other :”facts” you would be embarrassed by your naivety.

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  57. You wrote that China’s GDP in 2027 will be 27.054 trillion. Does this mean the US will be around 28.4 trillion because I doubt China will catch the US by 2027 , probably 2029 or 2030

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  58. Romans Empire lasted 1000 or 2000 years? You got to be kidding The empire started with Caesar around 40 BC and went on until 476 Romans really ruled Europe for 200-300 years not more

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  59. “Geezus, another climate change denier. ”

    Ah yes, the InstaCanard you throw when confronted with the truth called Global Warming Fraud.

    Scientific ‘experts’ told us that Manhattan would be underwater by 2008, remember?

    Al Gore told us the polar bears were toast. Instead, their population has more than doubled.

    And last: Science is not conducted via ‘consensus’. It is conducted by 100% reproducible experimentation/observation.

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  60. “So called democracy gave us trump and the people against climate change,”

    WHAT ‘democracy’?

    The US does not have…nor EVER had…a ‘democracy’.

    “Whilst ignoring the top scientists who actually did their research and data.”

    For grant money, yes?

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  61. “Ironically in the age of automation and AI, China is actually forecasted to have a massive 20 percent economic growth according to business insider, primarily because of the government they have.”

    Hahahahahah. Key words: “according to Business Insider” <-- wu mau rag for Next Big China!

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  62. “Well if wealth inequality keeps rising there will be WW3.”

    What? Millennials can’t even move out of their parents’ basements (even in this good economy). What makes you think that they will be able to afford to buy a gun? Let alone have the ambition to fire one in anger at their government?

    Keep dreamin’

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  63. There are no laissez faire capitalist economies. All there is are economies with different degrees of governmental involvement. The basic problem with corruption is the degree in which rentiers collect income without producing anything. Corruption is a strong disincentive to investing in an economy.

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  64. The major problem with democracy has always been the ignorant but restricting voting to a selected population is also a problem. My suggestion is that the educated have a moral duty to vote.

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  65. Geezus, another climate change denier.If you want to talk politics, America’s political candidates campaigns are funded by Big Oil shamelessly. And America somehow is always getting into destructive wars at oil rich Middle East, against the paris climate change pact, and giving Saudi Arabia a blind eye for killing a journalist. Yet the global scientific consensus from America, Europe, Asia, Australia, etc who actively does research all agree *independantly*, that ozone layer is getting thinner via space sattelite imagery. They have no political nor ideological bias in common yet all agree and can back the climate change facts. At this rate, it would be 21 years before it would be too late yet Big Oil knows how to influence impressionable paranoid people who ate also the stubborn bigots that would argue with you relentlessly that the world is flat despite the evidence . Omg, don’t tell me your a flat earther too?? lol

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  66. ” the top scientists who actually did their research and data. ” What data and top scientists do you mean? If you think about the CO2 threat, it’s scientifically rejected, not even an increased greenhouse effect in total has been detected and in the carbon dioxide’s active bands there is no measurable effect increase. But you might think of politicized research where anyone who does not research in relevant disciplines is called top scientists? Keep in mind that it is bad that the CO2 threat is not subjected to scientific review?Worse, not allowed to be solved with energy systems that have the potential to compete against oil and coal globally. Mass production of GenIV is the only technology we now know works for a global welfare by 2050, which in turn is the minimum requirement for a human plateau of the number of people. Without global welfare no global environmental protection or reduced migration pressure from poor countries. The climate war is not about environment or climate, just about political power.

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  67. The world is what it is and was always going to become what it isHowever hegemony is always a fleeting thing and with acceleration being what it is Chinas “empire” of dominance may only last 20 years.Romans 2000Byzantian 1000Ottomans 600British 200USA 70China 20Robots & AI 10Aliens ??

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  68. its hilariously ironic listening to someone talk about so called climate change and hating on america (cleanest air in the world) all the while defending China.. biggest polluter in the world… cant make it up… hilarious

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  69. Well if wealth inequality keeps rising there will be WW3.

    No government currently has any idea how to slow down the billionaires getting everything with robotics and automation and software.

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  70. I wish climate alarmist spent 20 minutes a day for a few years reading all the information available to them about “climate change” I don’t mean trying to read some of the absurd papers that claim what might ,could, possibly, happen. I mean the literature that points out where those papers are so wrong.
    If you read the facts, saw the political moves made to stifle opposition, read the facts of the climate change funding programs. Saw and understood the basis for the claimed 97%, and all the other :”facts” you would be embarrassed by your naivety.

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  71. That has proven to be incorrect. Reasonably corruption free govt engaged in key areas of the economy continue to outperform the laissez faire type capitalist economies in quality of life and human development. Look no further than Nordic countries, or Singapore ( for a bit further away) , USA model is failing to do what a government is supposed to do.

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  72. Ironically in the age of automation and AI, China is actually forecasted to have a massive 20 percent economic growth according to business insider, primarily because of the government they have. Google “AI could bring a fresh surge in China’s economic growth, outpacing the US — partly because Beijing is ‘so concerned about social stability'” ___________ China do have a democracy but more among their 75 million party members who hold general elections and majority are disportionately more educated in science and economics than china’s General population Of 1.4 billion.

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  73. So called democracy gave us trump and the people against climate change, for short term monetary gains. Whilst ignoring the top scientists who actually did their research and data. Basically an uneducated person can influence enough idiots in the public to become climate change deniers. That is why today we have trump, plus an appointed climate change change denier at head of EPA. With their heads in the sand. ___________

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  74. So called democracy gave us trump and the people dangerously against climate change for short term monetary gains. If an uneducated person can influence enough idiots in the public to become climate change deniers. That is why today we have trump, plus an appointed climate change change denier at head of EPA. ___________Ironically in the age of automation and AI, China is forecasted to have a massive 20 percent growth according to business insider, simply because of the government they have. Google “AI could bring a fresh surge in China’s economic growth, outpacing the US — partly because Beijing is ‘so concerned about social stability'” ___________They do have a democracy but more among their 75 million party members who hold general elections and majority are disportionately more educated in science and economics than china’s General population Of 1.4 billion.

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  75. ” the top scientists who actually did their research and data. ”

    What data and top scientists do you mean?
    If you think about the CO2 threat, it’s scientifically rejected, not even an increased greenhouse effect in total has been detected and in the carbon dioxide’s active bands there is no measurable effect increase.

    But you might think of politicized research where anyone who does not research in relevant disciplines is called top scientists?

    Keep in mind that it is bad that the CO2 threat is not subjected to scientific review?

    Worse, not allowed to be solved with energy systems that have the potential to compete against oil and coal globally. Mass production of GenIV is the only technology we now know works for a global welfare by 2050, which in turn is the minimum requirement for a human plateau of the number of people.

    Without global welfare no global environmental protection or reduced migration pressure from poor countries.

    The climate war is not about environment or climate, just about political power.

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  76. The world is what it is and was always going to become what it is

    However hegemony is always a fleeting thing and with acceleration being what it is Chinas “empire” of dominance may only last 20 years.

    Romans 2000
    Byzantian 1000
    Ottomans 600
    British 200
    USA 70
    China 20
    Robots & AI 10
    Aliens ??

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  77. A few decades isn’t a long time. My point was that China will inevitably be the world’s leader. Militarily the two countries will be unequal but mutually unable to take the other.(Can’t) all your base are mine

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  78. I’m sure his mom will be able to afford shoes, china sell shoes $3.25-4.68/Pair 100 Pairs (Min. Order). She can resell the excess to her friends or on ebay.

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  79. Bunch of bullsnort. In Italy you have big freedom and no growth since the 1980s In China you have dictatorship and highest growth since the 1980s You definitely have no clue of what you are talking about

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  80. In other words, China is waxing the US with their economic growth US will soon stall due to high debt and losing of dollar dominance DittLuca Mazza for prez !)

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  81. To escape the middle income trap it require a certain amount of freedom from government interference and from corruption. I don’t expect 4-8% growth from year to 2028. I fully expect a few years of negative growth and pain between now and 2028.

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  82. To escape the middle income trap it require a certain amount of freedom from government interference and from corruption. I don’t expect 4-8% growth from year to 2028. I fully expect a few years of negative growth and pain between now and 2028.

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  83. That has proven to be incorrect. Reasonably corruption free govt engaged in key areas of the economy continue to outperform the laissez faire type capitalist economies in quality of life and human development. Look no further than Nordic countries, or Singapore ( for a bit further away) , USA model is failing to do what a government is supposed to do.

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  84. A few decades isn’t a long time. My point was that China will inevitably be the world’s leader. Militarily the two countries will be unequal but mutually unable to take the other.
    (Can’t) all your base are mine

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  85. To escape the middle income trap it require a certain amount of freedom from government interference and from corruption. I don’t expect 4-8% growth from year to 2028. I fully expect a few years of negative growth and pain between now and 2028.

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