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IMF、「中国の経済がアメリカを上回った」
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投稿者 手紙 日時 2014 年 10 月 10 日 00:09:00: ycTIENrc3gkSo
 

件名:IMF、「中国の経済がアメリカを上回った」
日時:20141009
媒体:IRIBイランイスラム共和国国営放送・国際放送ラジオ日本語
引用:http://japanese.irib.ir/news/latest-news/item/49003-%EF%BD%89%EF%BD%8D%EF%BD%86%E3%80%81%E3%80%8C%E4%B8%AD%E5%9B%BD%E3%81%AE%E7%B5%8C%E6%B8%88%E3%81%8C%E3%82%A2%E3%83%A1%E3%83%AA%E3%82%AB%E3%82%92%E4%B8%8A%E5%9B%9E%E3%81%A3%E3%81%9F%E3%80%8D
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IMF・国際通貨基金が、「中国の経済は、世界最大の経済大国アメリカを上回った」と発表しました。

プレスTVによりますと、IMFはアメリカの通貨残高を17兆4000億ドルと推定しており、一方、中国の通貨残高を17兆6000億ドルとしています。

IMFのこの報告によると、世界経済における中国の割合は16.48%、アメリカの割合は16.25%とされています。

IMFはまた、2019年までに、中国はアメリカを経済的におよそ20%上回るとしています。

一方、2005年の中国の経済規模はアメリカの半分以下でした。

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//memo
*「中国の夢」特集サイト
http://jp.xinhuanet.com/zt/chinadream/index.htm

*世界経済は「新たな中庸」と「新たな勢い」の分岐点に近づく
http://jp.xinhuanet.com/2014-10/09/c_133701854.htm

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01. 2014年10月10日 07:21:53 : jXbiWWJBCA
中国経済はハードランディング危機に直面=IMF
2014年10月9日(木) 10時26分(タイ時間)

【中国】国際通貨基金(IMF)チーフエコノミストのオリビエ・ブランチャード氏はこのほど、中国が中期的にハードランディングのリスクに直面するとの見解を示した。

 14年、15年の経済成長予想はそれぞれ7.4%、7.1%を維持したものの、過剰生産問題や信用リスクがネックになるとみている。市場では、中国の抱えるリスクが過小評価されていると指摘した。財華網が8日伝えた。

 ブランチャード氏は、インフラ建設投資の増加や中小企業への支援政策、輸出の改善が中国経済の成長を支えると分析。ただ、15年については、銀行やノンバンクによる融資の伸びが鈍化するほか、投資や不動産業界の軟化を受けて経済成長率が減速すると予測している。

 一方、14年、15年のインフレ率はそれぞれ2.3%、2.5%を予想。13年実績の2.6%から鈍化するとみている。《亜州IR株式会社》

中国:経済指標動向は政策の大幅な見直しに直結しない=財政部長
【中国】中国財政部の楼継偉部長は21日、オーストラリアで開催された20カ国・地域(G20)財務相・中央銀行総裁会議に出席した際、一つの経済指標の変動によって政策を大幅に修正することはないとの考えを示した。
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02. 2014年10月10日 07:25:45 : jXbiWWJBCA
America usurped: China becomes world's largest economy - putting USA in second place for the first time in 142 years
Figures show the Chinese economy is worth $17.6 trillion, compared to America's $17.4 trillion
The IMF estimates China's economy will be worth a whopping $27 trillion in 2019
The US has been the global economic performance leader since it overtook Britain in 1872
White House seemed oblivious on Wednesday, crowing that 'the economic policies that this president put in place are the envy of the world'
By HUGO DUNCAN and DAVID MARTOSKO, US POLITICAL EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 00:39 GMT, 9 October 2014 | UPDATED: 14:13 GMT, 9 October 2014

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China has toppled America to become the biggest economy in the world, according to figures from the International Monetary Fund.
The White House seemed caught flat-footed by the news, crowing on Wednesday about America's relative economic strength in comparison with the rest of the world.
The US has been the global leader since it overtook Britain in 1872, but has now lost its status as top dog.
The latest IMF figures show the Chinese economy is worth $17.61 trillion compared with $17.4 trillion for the U.S.
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Economic battle:The International Monetary Fund has indicated that China, and not the US, is now the biggest economy in the world
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Economic battle:The International Monetary Fund has indicated that China, and not the US, is now the biggest economy in the world
Out of the loop? US President Barack Obama touted America's manufacturing economy during an Oct. 3 speech at an Indiana steel company, claiming that jobs and work orders were no longer 'moving to China or other countries'
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Out of the loop? US President Barack Obama touted America's manufacturing economy during an Oct. 3 speech at an Indiana steel company, claiming that jobs and work orders were no longer 'moving to China or other countries'

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China – whose wealth has accelerated in recent decades amid rapid industrialization – is expected to extend its lead, with the IMF estimating its economy will be worth just under $26.98 trillion in 2019.
That would be 20 per cent bigger than the U.S. economy, which is forecast to be worth $22.3 trillion by then.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest seemed oblivious to the news as it percolated on Wednesday.
Asked for his assessment of the health of the global economy in the face of Russia's zero-sum economy and other troubles in Europe – including Germany's search for stimulus measures to head off a recession – Earnest crowed.
Those conditions, he said, 'make the president's policies look pretty good. They certainly make the performance of the American economy look pretty good.'
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'The United States is showing the kind of resilience that other counties are desperate for,' Earnest claimed. 'And a lot of that is due in no small part to the policies that this administration put in place.'
'There is no doubt that the economic policies that this president put in place are the envy of the world,' he boasted.
Earnest added that the White House is 'hoping that the economy of our allies and partners around the globe strengthens. We certainly would like to see that happen.'
He cited 'a tremendous record of progress that we have made here in the United States ... occurring against the backdrop of a global economy that continues to struggle.'
White House touts economy day before China takes No.1 spot

That, Earnest told reporters, 'is an indication of how strong the America economy is.'
President Barack Obama himself showed his confidence in a U.S.-centered manufacturing economy on October 3 during a speech in Princeton, Indiana.
'About 10, 15 years ago, everybody said American manufacturing is going downhill, everything is moving to China or other countries,' Obama said. 'And the Midwest got hit a lot harder than a lot of places because we were the backbone of American manufacturing.'
'But because folks invested in new plants and new technologies, and there were hubs that were created between businesses and universities and community colleges so that workers could master and get trained in some of these new technologies, what we've now seen is manufacturing driving economic growth in a way we haven't seen in about 20-25 years.'

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Flat-footed: White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest claimed on Wednesday that 'there is no doubt that the economic policies that this president put in place are the envy of the world'
Silver lining: Without adjustments for living costs, the Chinese economy is still smaller than that of the US
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Silver lining: Without adjustments for living costs, the Chinese economy is still smaller than that of the US
The latest IMF figures show the Chinese economy is worth $17.61 trillion, compared with $17.4 trillion for the US
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The latest IMF figures show the Chinese economy is worth $17.61 trillion, compared with $17.4 trillion for the US
Spokespersons for several U.S. senators who serve on the Finance Committee did not respond to requests for comment. Two Republican aides said on background that they wouldn't be offering a critique.
The new IMF analysis is based on a statistic called 'purchasing power parity' (PPP), which makes adjustments for the fact that goods are cheaper in China and other countries relative to the US.
Without these cost adjustments factored in, the Chinese economy is still smaller than that of the U.S., at $10.3 trillion.
But experts have described the toppling of America after nearly 150 years by China, even on the PPP measure, as a 'symbolic' moment for the global economy.
China enjoyed three decades of double-digit growth before the global downturn, as industrialization and sweeping economic reforms created a new powerhouse in the East.
Growth has slowed in recent years but remains strong by Western standards with the IMF forecasting expansion of 7.4 per cent this year and 7.1 per cent in 2015.
By contrast, the IMF is predicting growth of just 2.2 per cent in the US this year and 3.1 per cent next year.
Financial powerhouse: In the last decade alone, the skyline of major cities in China, such as Shanghai (pictured), have been completely transformed as the economy grew in leaps and bounds
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Financial powerhouse: In the last decade alone, the skyline of major cities in China, such as Shanghai (pictured), have been completely transformed as the economy grew in leaps and bounds
NUMBER ONE FOR 142 YEARS: HOW THE U.S. OVERTOOK BRITAIN AS THE WORLD'S ECONOMIC POWERHOUSE IN 1872
Britain led the world in the industrial revolution of the mid-18th century, but America was hot on its heels.
The US underwent huge industrial expansion after its civil war ended in 1865, fueled by rapid urbanization and huge population growth – including the immigration of nearly 30 million Europeans.
In 1872, its economy overtook Britain to become the world's largest, a position it held for the next 142 years.
Productivity, leading brands and innovation, coupled with the success of the US dollar and the fact that 62 per cent of the world's financial reserves are held in the currency, kept America on top.
Meanwhile, the economies of Britain and other European powers were ravaged by two world wars. Britain borrowed heavily from America during the Second World War and received a further $4.3 billion in 1945.
China was the world's leading trading nation up to the 18th century, until control of its ports and trade were taken over by imperial nations in Europe. Under Communism it remained inward-looking, until 1980 when the government started to allow foreign investment.
The Fund said Tuesday that the U.S. and the UK 'are approaching economic lift-off' as they bounce back from the recession.
But Olivier Blanchard, chief economist at the IMF, warned that 'potential growth is lower than it was in the early 2000s' for much of the West, including the U.S. and the UK.
He added that China is 'maintaining high growth' which will slow in the coming years to a more 'healthy' level between 6 per cent and 7 per cent. Arvind Subramanian, senior fellow at the Washington-based Peterson Institute and an expert on China, recently highlighted the 'symbolic' importance of China overtaking the US.
'China is very big and getting bigger,' he said. 'It's not to be underestimated.'
The news that China is now the largest economy in the world is an embarrassment for Barack Obama and ends America's 142 years at the top.
Britain had out-produced the U.S. and its European rivals for much of the 19th century, at the height of the industrial revolution and with trade links across the Empire. But the US caught up as a growing population, the expansion of the railways and a focus on industry as well as agriculture boosted its economy.
China's wealth has accelerated in recent decades amid rapid industrialisation. Pictured, a car factory in Beijing
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China's wealth has accelerated in recent decades amid rapid industrialisation. Pictured, a car factory in Beijing
China has a population of around 1.3 billion – four times that of the US – but its economy has only just become the biggest
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China has a population of around 1.3 billion – four times that of the US – but its economy has only just become the biggest
The PPP measure of output makes India the third largest economy, followed by Japan in fourth place and Germany in fifth.
Russia, Brazil, France, Indonesia and the UK make up the rest of the top 10 in that order.
Many economists believe the PPP measure of an economy is the fairest measure because it takes into account the cost of living in different countries.
For example, although wages are typically far lower in less developed countries than in mature economies, goods and services are often also cheaper, which affects individual consumers' comparative purchasing power.
But critics argue that analysis does not take into account how well off people actually are.
China has a population of around 1.3 billion – four times that of the U.S. – but its economy has only now become the biggest.
That means Americans are typically far wealthier than their Chinese counterparts, and better off than people in other emerging markets that benefit from huge work forces and more rapid growth.
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03. 2014年10月10日 07:35:36 : jXbiWWJBCA
つまり、あくまでもPPPベース

04. 2014年10月10日 12:13:44 : Ptmi8gm10c
一人当たりでは中国はアメリカの1/6と言うことになるのか、こんな比較に何の意味も無い、スエーデンとインドネシアをPPPで比べるみたいなものだろう。

05. 2014年10月10日 16:17:51 : LMcQpa07KY
口惜しいのぉ。ネトウヨ口惜しいのぉ。
御嶽山で吹き飛ばされるし、株は暴落するし、口惜しいのぉ。

06. 2014年10月11日 02:25:32 : zRTdn2KyB6
中国にため口ついて無用な政治混乱引き起こした 安陪晋三
昔父親が敗戦時、多くの日本人が本国帰還させることに尽力した恩人の娘の
大統領に、恩知らずの政治謀略、鬼畜だとこれじゃみんなその国の人
信じてもおかしくない。
まあ確かに下劣な政治だけどね、国内のうちは海外で騒がないけど
勇敢で知られるロイターに喧嘩売ったのは世間(世界)知らずもはなはだしい。


07. 2014年10月11日 07:54:57 : Qk0z0gVGLY
涙目のネトウヨがPPPがどうとか言ってるね。

物価補正いれた$10.3 trillionの差もすぐ追いつかれんじゃねーの?笑えるw


08. 2014年10月11日 09:10:14 : NuibqpaIFM
つまり北京は優秀なのだよ
北京は優秀な者しか上に上げないシステムができている
それに引き換え日本はなんと無能なことか
学歴だけで真の能力を見ない
このことは日本にとって不幸なことなのだ
ノーベル賞の中村氏が言っている
「日本は超難関のウルトラクイズみたいな大学受験システムが、つまらない人間をつくりだす元凶だ」
ノーベル賞とて一昔前の成果
今後日本人がノーベル賞を取ることはどんどん減っていく
それに引き換え中国は間違いなく大幅に増えていく



09. 2014年10月11日 11:10:11 : FPhSdJ1FgU
散々中国経済崩壊のニュースを嬉しそうに漁ってきたネトウヨは確かに涙目だろうな。

10. 2014年10月11日 14:48:32 : KweIEmysQQ
ユダヤアングロサクソン中心に回っているような世界を変えるためにも、中国にはこれからもがんばってほしいものだな。

11. 2014年10月11日 21:48:57 : LwFBbh2jzI
日頃中国の情報鎖国を笑う我が国だが、実は情報鎖国なのは日本ではないのかと思う今日この頃。

12. 2014年10月12日 13:03:27 : 2sHGDMrJXU
08、中国ではノーベル賞級の研究者は共産党一党独裁を嫌って欧米に移住するか、早めに研究成果を売って大金を手に入れるかのどちらかだろう。

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