If Current Trends Continue, China May Emerge as the World's Largest Economy by 2020.
Discuss the possible implications of such a development for
(1) The world trading system.
(2) The world monetary system.
(3)The business strategy of today's European and U.S. based global corporations.
(4)Global commodity prices
The world trading system would clearly be affected by such a development. Currently China enjoys a somewhat privileged status within the World Trade Organization as a ―developing country. Such a rise to eminence, however, would clearly force it to become a full and equal member, with all the rights and responsibilities. China would also be in a position to actively affect the terms of trade between many countries. On the monetary front, one would expect that China would have to have
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