China: the Emergina Super Power

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China – Emerging “Super-Power”

China is well known to be one of the most vast and economically prosperous nations of our time. Chinas’ population accounts for a little over a fifth of the worlds’ population. Rigorous learning standards and strong drive to move forward they are well on their way to gaining super-power. Chinas economy has a high demand for raw materials making it a well valued country when it comes to sustaining nations through global trade. China also has many foreign investments and takes part in foreign diplomatic matters despite its communist government. Recently China has named itself lead negotiator with North Korea due to the nuclear researching. China has also allied with Russia “In an attempt to shape central Asia’s future”.

China and Russia are trying to be as diplomatic as possible to prevent WWIII. With North Korea refusing to stop their nuclear researching program it puts not only Russia, China, Japan and many other neighboring countries in immediate danger but other countries and continents as well. With Korea having nuclear tests without following the United Nations protocol and refusing to cooperate everyone has the right to worry even though North Korea claims “the United States has jumped to conclusions.”

Over the past three decades China has risen to the top of the worlds’ economies. Once considered to be a weak second-world country China is now steadily growing despite the worlds’ economic plummet. With such a massive manufacturing market I believe it’s only a matter of time before China dominates the global market. "China's rise as a manufacturing base is going to have the same kind of impact on the world that the industrialization of the U.S. had, perhaps even bigger," stated Andy Xie, a Hong-Kong based economist with Morgan Stanley.”.

China has been affected by the United States economic collapse but what they chose to do was invest $292.5 billion for the next two years towards...
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