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Xinhua — Image of China changes at “China speed,” U.S. experts say

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Meanwhile, a new Ipsos Global poll about countries with positive influence on world affairs found China ranks 8th with a score of 49 percent, 9 percentage points higher than the United States. Daniel Rosen, founding partner of Rhodium Group, said on Tuesday at a forum in New York that according to his tracking of China's innovation progress, in 18 months from now, the share of China's industrial output from innovation will surpass that of the United States. "Now China's image is obviously a very powerful country, both militarily and economically," said David Reibstein, professor with Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, in a recent interview with Xinhua. "It is the second most powerful economy in the world and growing and getting closer to the most important

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Meanwhile, a new Ipsos Global poll about countries with positive influence on world affairs found China ranks 8th with a score of 49 percent, 9 percentage points higher than the United States.
Daniel Rosen, founding partner of Rhodium Group, said on Tuesday at a forum in New York that according to his tracking of China's innovation progress, in 18 months from now, the share of China's industrial output from innovation will surpass that of the United States.
"Now China's image is obviously a very powerful country, both militarily and economically," said David Reibstein, professor with Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, in a recent interview with Xinhua.
"It is the second most powerful economy in the world and growing and getting closer to the most important economy of the world," said Reibstein, who inaugurated the Best Countries ranking in 2016 jointly with U.S. News & World Report....
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