Put it altogether and it is very difficult - at best - to see how this plays out. It can also be added that democracy has advantages over dictatorship - and vice versa. It can also be added that there are other unknown variables. For example, China and India just recently had a serious border clash. Imagine if that becomes all out war - both being nuclear powers to boot. It is not difficult to imagine how that would impact the Chinese economy, unless the US were drawn in.Suffice to say the variables are almost infinite and the trends are not inevitable in perpetuity. That said - and although I did not vote - at the moment the edge actually goes to the US. The paradox being that, thanks to its past population control policies, China will grow old well before it grows rich.
Why do you think that? i thought Chinese people loved China more than anything
Well of course but still many Chinese people move out of China that's why there are so many Chinatowns and Chinese immigrants in Western countries duh ha ha
amount of people moving out is so less compared to living there.
Well I'm one of the Chinese whose family moved to America so I cannot speak for all of them but it's fair to say more Chinese move out of China than Americans move out of America.
Because there are so many more Chinese than American
Well yes that is true but even if we calculate by percentage Chinese people leave their country more than Americans. www.macrotrends.net/.../net-migration However as someone living in America I don't think America is perfect and still sometimes dream of living somewhere else so I don't mean to demean China or America but see that different places often fit different people at different times
Thank you for mho
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no not till now
How come? Hasn't China always been more relevant?