China vs Japan

In: Emerging Markets Global Economy Source: Economist

5 Jan 2010

NEXT year China will overtake Japan to become the world’s second-largest economy. Its rapid ascent has led some to question whether China will follow in Japan’s footsteps, with the bursting of a massive bubble followed by years of decline. But China is still far poorer than Japan was at its peak, and thus has more room to improve productivity.

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January 19th, 2010 at 3:39 am

Unlikely,

Japan had its economy trashed due to an U.S office meeting, simply because it had 0 sovereignty. China and Russia are developing in a sovereign manner, one with military.

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