Defining Levels of Global Tech and Economic Acceleration

In order to see if there is significant global and economic acceleration there needs to be a baseline to compare against. This is unambiguous technological wealth standard to measure world-changing effects. The other measurement would be to use quality goals related for measuring changes to quality of life. Unambiguous quality measures of change would be …

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China’s Purchasing Power Economy is 30% Higher Than Official Numbers

The official purchasing power parity (PPP) statistics say that China’s PPP GDP is $24 trillion, but people can buy 30% more than those figures indicate. Reviewing cost of living data and living in China videos indicates that China’s PPP GDP is $31 trillion. There are now comprehensive online comparisons of costs between global cities. This …

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Great Power Nations of the 2050s

Great powers has been a designation given to countries since the time of Napoleon. This is for countries that have have military and economic strength and diplomatic and soft power influence. Italy has ranked as a great power since 2000. Italy seems like the weakest of the nations classified as great powers. Italy has a …

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Bangladesh Matches India’s Per Capita GDP

In 2011, India’s per capita nominal GDP was nearly double (173%) of the per capita GDP of Bangladesh but now Bangladesh has caught up with India’s per capita nominal GDP. India’s purchasing power parity (PPP) GDP per capita of $6,284 is still above Bangladesh’s $5,139. Economists Shoumitro Chatterjee, Pennsylvania State University and Arvind Subramanian, Ashoka …

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