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   Last year China grew by 7.4% in real terms, United States economy has shown about 2.2% growth (october IMF estimate), European Union - about 1.4%. Who will be the leader in the next year and the mid-term horizon? Are current growth rates sufficient for countries to keep their share of world GDP (check the US and China on the line chart, for example)? Who gonna be a winner and who is gonna lose in the global competition? How different growth rates of economies are changing the global landscape?

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(all numbers from International Monetary Fund World Economic Outlook dataset)

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