You won’t be able to tell the story of the 21st century without India and China as its main protagonists. Just look at the numbers in the two animated charts [provided in this article].
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…The two animated charts [below], published earlier this year by Swedish data-visualization designer Aron Strandberg, show China’s and India’s economic growth from the 1970s to their predicted levels in 2030.
- Neither China nor India appear in the world’s top economies in the chart until the 1990s, when China first emerges as a tiny blip and then zooms up the chart past Europe’s traditional economic titans and Japan. India jumps into the frame by the late 2000s.
By the end of the next decade, China and India, along with the United States, will rank as the world’s top three economies…
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