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Economy of China and India
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Posted 2/5/09
thank god i dont live there
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Posted 2/22/09
China is in the process of overtaking the US...,and,India is sure to follow suit. The US and Western Europe-both-have peaked,and, the former -unfortunately-is in decline;whereas China and India have many more years of economic growth and development ahead of them -they have ONLY JUST BEGUN!(And,South America & sub-Saharan Africa-esp. the latter-would be wise to 'go East'...:not for Western style handouts-which,I strongly doubt that they would or should receive-but,for inspiration and in order to learn a new & better way of doing 'things'- A NEW MODEL.Both regions should be weary of being exploited and deceived by their former colonial masters.) Any way China's economic rise should be enough to provide Japan w/a good swift 'kick in the pants'! It should inspire them to rise even higher & not cause alarm bells to go off-that is..if it has.
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Posted 2/22/09
I'm so happy how fucked up america is atm!!!
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Posted 2/22/09
^it's pretty much same everywhere
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Posted 2/22/09
it's all bloody yanks fault!!! ^
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Posted 2/23/09
China and India are one of the fastest developing countries today, I wouldn't doubt if one day they surpass the developed countries when it comes to economics and manufacturing. Having a large thirst for resources like oil and fuel helps those countries on their way of being developed.

About the recession, it is caused by greedy men, sloppy rules on the financial system, and a wasteful lifestyle of the country. Nothing lasts forever, especially prosperity. There are always ups and downs and I think Americans with their whining and complaining attitudes are not prepared for the worst. In the Philippines, nothing new.
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Posted 4/13/09
World economy problem is the concern of all
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Posted 4/13/09
This is your homework, and you are cleverly manipulating us for answers.

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Posted 5/27/09
dont know wat to say
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Posted 6/28/09
1. Recession is already here, nothing we can do but try to make the effects less damaging.
2. More people= more resources neccessary.
3. There is very little the USA can do to affect Chinas consumption of oil and other fossil fuels. For example - If the USA were to decide that they don't want to sell oil to the Chinese anymore, and demand their allies to do so as well. China seems screwed, right? But in actuality it's not. The oil nations in the middle east would still sell the oil. Though more oil being consumed will force prices up as there is less of it around, basic economics, etc.
4. China and India are 2 very densely populated developing countries. As such they need more resources to keep their economies stable and anything above that to increase the capacity of their economy. A good example of this (Again, America) was that the American economy needed an economic growth of 15%/annum to sustain it's population. However, the economy is only expanding at 8%/annum and the population is increasing - conditions will worsen. The difference between America and India/China is that America is already pretty developed - China and India have bad conditions as is, they can't afford them getting any worse.
5. The G8 nations can do very little to force either country to reduce their carbon emissions as they are developing countries (yes, repetition). Thus they do not have the technology we have, readily available. They can't recycle everything because they don't have the plants, they can't filter cars/factories because they don't have the resources to get the filters etc. Even if the G8 countries withdraw from the Chinese oil market, there will be someone willing to sell to them.

Sorry for the repetition & stuff. Hope this answered your questions.
Posted 6/29/09
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Posted 9/13/09
china's ecomomy is pretty stable..
and india folowing cgina's footstep
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Posted 9/20/09
these countries are heavily populated.more people---more vehicles--more demand of fuels
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