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Interestingly, the official Chinese statistics authority did not endorse the Report conclusions, but expressed reservations with regards to methodology of the study.
*Update, 13 October 2014: The latest IMF figures show that China has the biggest fross economy measured by the purchasing power parity. It is for the first time since 1820 that China is again in the lead, this time surpassing the United StatesThe world’s biggest economies: China’s back | The Economist
What do you make of these estimates and what this "material" power transition means for world politics?
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