Here's a little tidbit:
China’s gross domestic product will rocket $8 trillion in the next five years to $19 trillion. The U.S. GDP will grow $3.5 trillion in the same timeframe to $18.8 trillion. And it will be in that year - 2016 - that China's slice of world output will start to edge past the United States': 18% versus 17.7%. In the years after, that gap is forecast to widen.
Not sure how the Malays feel about this.
P.S. I should explain my choice of post titles more often. This particular song was written over 35 years ago.
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