I keep hearing about this Geocities thing. Maybe some day I will try it.

Is 6.9% economic growth in China a credible figure?

Well, my latest employer is Chinese.
Permalink Io 
April 17th, 2017 6:19am
I'm sure it's legit. However some of it is stuff like them building empty cities, which is economic activity from their vast cash reserves, but appears to be futile.

On the other hand a lot of it is them making everything in the world and selling the parts and raw materials including iron and rare earth elements to their competitors.
Permalink Pestular Croaker 
April 17th, 2017 6:31am
I'm sure during industrialization in the 19th century europeans couldn't believe the growth numbers coming out of the US. Aren't those guys just a bunch of farmers and criminals? What do they know? They were surprised we were able to help them at all in WWI and WWII.
Permalink Pestular Croaker 
April 17th, 2017 6:32am
>> Aren't those guys just a bunch of farmers and criminals?

Doesn't this apply to Australia too?
Permalink Io 
April 17th, 2017 6:35am
Were these growth numbers so impressive?

http://socialdemocracy21stcentury.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/us-real-per-capita-gdp-from-18702001.html

Average Decadal Real Per Capita Growth Rates
Average Growth Rate 1871–1880: 1.64%
Average Growth Rate 1881–1890: 1.65%
Average Growth Rate 1891–1900: 2.04%
Average Growth Rate 1901–1910: 2.13%
Average Growth Rate 1911–1920: 1.28%
Average Growth Rate 1921–1930: 1.27%
Average Growth Rate 1931–1940: 1.54%
Average Growth Rate 1941–1950: 3.87%
Average Growth Rate 1951–1960: 1.75%
Average Growth Rate 1961–1970: 2.88%
Average Growth Rate 1971–1980: 2.16%
Average Growth Rate 1981–1990: 2.26%
Average Growth Rate 1991–2000: 1.94%
Permalink Yoda 
April 17th, 2017 7:56am
1.3 BILLION people.

No, this does not apply to Australia.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
April 17th, 2017 9:09am

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