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One Response to “Does China’s rise mean the decline of the US?”

  1. jaykimball says:

    “Does China’s rise mean the decline of the US?”

    Yes. But more than that, it is not just the rise of China. It is the “rise of the rest” that naturally will stress our US economy. Even if population stopped growing today, the rise of the rest yields increasing income and associated consumption in developing nations. Developed nations slice of the pie (in a finite world) must shrink, as the developing nations share increases. I posted some charts on this. See: http://8020vision.com/2010/06/21/the-real-population-problem/

    Jay Kimball
    8020 Vision