China Economy to Overtake World 5 Years Earlier

“Did you guys see the latest business report?”

Yes, when you cripple your own economy with virus nonsense, that definitely helps the Chinese.

For certain.

The Week:

China is on course to overtake the United States as the world’s biggest economy by 2028, the Center for Economics and Business Research predicted in a report released Saturday. The two countries have long been expected to swap places, but CEBR anticipates the pace has accelerated thanks to China recovering more quickly from the COVID-19 pandemic.

A year ago, the CEBR pegged 2033 as the transition year, but China’s economy is expected to grow by 2 percent in 2020, the lone major global economy to expand, while the U.S. economy is expected to contract by 5 percent. The report also anticipates China will become a “high-income economy” by 2023, though living standards are expected to remain much lower than in the U.S.

China is not an outlier in its region when it comes to future economic growth. “Other Asian economies are also shooting up the table,” said Douglas McWilliams, the CEBR’s deputy chair.

It’s almost like the West must be planning a war with China, otherwise they never would have done this coronavirus agenda to collapse their own economies.

I guess that’s a fun thing to wait for in 2021.