Chinese Guangdong province's GDP to surpass S.Korea's in 2 Years.

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  1. badguy2000

    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    well. S.korea's medias reports that if CHinese Guangdong Province were a independent country, its GDP now would rank 16th in the world, just a bit less than S.Korea and India's.

    It reports that Guangdong's GDP is expected to surpass S.Korea in 2 years.

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  4. redragon

    redragon Regular Member

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    Jeez, Bad guy, you are still here doing the bragging, do more hard works, we have a long way to go, and we will never stop even if we really are at the top of the world, so drop those feeling good news, be focus.
     
  5. Rage

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    This is not true. For ultimately, Guangdong is not a nation. You still have 40% of your territory: your interior regions living in deep poverty.

    Not so long ago (2003), measured in terms of per-capita income, Gujarat would be the richest state in Asia, if it were a state of its own. It still is growing at a healthy 11-12%.

    Besides, I don't know how you call Guangdong's GDP "a bit" less than India's. Guangdong's GDP as of 2009, was $572.12 billion. India's GDP as of 2009 was $1.253 trillion. That's more than half !
     

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