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China and U.S. GDP: Purchasing Power Parity – chart

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Source: International Monetary Fund. “As the chart shows, China’s economy first passed the U.S. in 2017. It is projected to be more than 16 percent larger this year, and by 2025 is projected to be almost 40 percent larger by 2025.” Dean Baker

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China and U.S. GDP: Purchasing Power Parity – chart

Source: International Monetary Fund.

“As the chart shows, China’s economy first passed the U.S. in 2017. It is projected to be more than 16 percent larger this year, and by 2025 is projected to be almost 40 percent larger by 2025.” Dean Baker

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