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http://www.cnn.com/ASIANOW/asiaweek/magazine/2000/0818/bottomline.html

Mexico's OFFICIAL Personal Savings rate is 17%, compared to our 15%--but they don't have all the HUGE debts which we have, which means their savings go in their pockets while ours are spent by morons like Klintoon http://fathersmanifesto.net/bottomline.htm Personal Savings objectives establish which country is the best long term economic strategist, which means it ain't us.

Second, our per capita exports are only 69% greater than Mexico's ($2,651 vs. $1,548 per capita), BUT this is far offset by the fact that our exports are putting us into DEBT, as evidenced by the fact that our NEGATIVE current account balance is almost 9 times bigger than Mexico's ($1,337 vs $151 per capita).

Third, this means that our foreign debt per capita, which is ALREADY almost twice as high as Mexico's ($2,964 vs. $1,687 per capita) will spiral OUT OF CONTROL very, very soon--if it is not already out of control.

While we spend almost 11% of our GDP on "health care", Mexico spends less than 1%, yet Mexico's life expectancy is only 3 years shorter than ours (74 vs. 77 years), which means that they have another 10% of GDP which can be (and probably is) dedicated to the growth side of their economy. This is a MAJOR economic advantage over our current economic model.

Without any "help" from us, Mexico will be eating our lunch on their own pretty soon--not because of fantastic growth in Mexico, but because of STUPIDITY in the US, similar to what got us in the business of giving reparations to all kinds of non-victims like "holocaust survivors".

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From Our Correspondent: The Trials and Tribulations of the Election Commission
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AUGUST 18 , 2000 VOL. 26 NO. 32 | SEARCH ASIAWEEK

The Bottom Line
Ranked By GDP Growth

Country GDP growth Per-capita GDP (PPP) Per-capita GNP (nom.) Population (millions) Population growth Inflation CPI Exports 12 months Curr. acct. balance Reserves (excl. gold) Foreign debt People per tel. Life expect. Net users/ 10,000 pop. People/ TV
Hong Kong 14.3% $21,830 $23,597 7.0 2.3% -4.5% $185b. $9.2b. $96.3b. 1.5 79 1,428.6 3.0
South Korea 12.8% $12,445 $8,581 47.1 0.9% 2.9% $161b. $17.3b. $90.1b. $141.5b. 2.1 72 2,123.1 2.9
Malaysia 11.7% $7,370 $3,248 23.0 2.4% 1.3% $83.9b. $12.6b. $33.4b. $40.9b. 5.0 72 652.2 4.7
Singapore 9.1% $27,740 $22,710 3.9 0.7% 0.8% $115b. $21.5b. $75.2b. 2.0 78 2,435.9 2.6
China 8.3% $3,275 $783 1,275.0 1.0% 0.5% $219b. $15.7b. $156.6b. $157.7b. 11.6 71 69.8 3.7
Mexico 7.9% $8,420 $4,838 98.2 1.9% 9.4% $152b. -$14.8b. $31.9b. $165.7b. 7.6 74 137.5 4.0
Taiwan 7.9% $17,495 $13,248 22.1 0.8% 1.4% $130b. $4.2b. $113.1b. 1.8 75 2,167.4 3.1
Fiji 7.8% $3,580 $2,219 0.8 1.5% -1.0% $0.5b. -$0.05b. $0.4b. $0.2b. 8.9 73 62.5 11.1
Russia 7.3% $4,310 $1,235 147.2 -0.1% 20.2% $88.5b. $31.5b. $15.9b. $120.5b. 5.1 68 366.8 2.5
Maldives 6.8% $3,395 $1,167 0.3 3.0% -5.1% $0.1b. -$0.02b. $0.1b. $0.1b. 12.5 67 50.0 25.4
Afghanistan 6.0% $720 $150 21.9 1.9% 14.0% $0.2b. -$0.1b. $0.2b. $5.4b. 390.0 46 n.a. 83.3
Bhutan 6.0% $1,570 $450 0.8 2.3% 9.2% $0.1b. -$0.1b. $0.3b. $0.2b. 66.5 61 n.a. 175.4
India 5.8% $1,760 $436 1,000.0 1.9% 5.0% $39.2b. -$3.8b. $33.8b. $99.0b. 45.5 62 45.0 14.5
Turkey 5.6% $6,655 $2,820 65.5 2.1% 58.6% $30.0b. -$5.5b. $24.6b. $101.0b. 4.0 68 91.6 3.5
New Zealand 5.5% $17,025 $13,020 3.8 1.0% 2.0% $13.1b. -$4.5b. $3.7b. $54.7b. 1.4 77 1,578.9 1.9
Egypt 5.3% $3,075 $1,390 65.5 2.2% 3.0% $5.7b. -$2.6b. $14.0b. $34.1b. 16.6 65 67.2 8.6
Pakistan 5.3% $1,570 $492 138.6 2.6% 3.9% $8.3b. -$1.8b. $1.3b. $29.7b. 49.0 63 4.5 15.4
Thailand 5.2% $6,020 $1,949 62.6 1.5% 2.0% $62.3b. $11.0b. $31.1b. $70.3b. 12.1 69 159.7 4.4
U.S. 5.2% $33,872 $33,799 274.6 1.0% 3.7% $718b. -$367.2b. $56.0b. $814.0b.* 1.3 77 4,501.1 1.2
Canada 4.9% $24,870 $20,242 30.6 0.9% 2.9% $254b. $2.2b. $29.9b. $237.0b.* 1.3 79 4,339.9 1.5
Myanmar 4.5% $1,200 $765 48.9 2.1% 6.2% $1.2b. -$0.4b. $0.3b. $5.1b. 194.1 60 n.a. 142.9
Bangladesh 4.4% $1,040 $299 130.0 2.2% 3.8% $5.5b. -$0.3b. $1.4b. $16.4b. 336.5 60 0.5 143.2
Australia 4.3% $20,770 $20,142 19.1 1.2% 3.2% $58.5b. -$22.4b. $12.7b. $156.2b.* 1.5 78 3,581.2 1.6
Sri Lanka 4.2% $2,625 $827 19.1 1.2% 6.8% $4.7b. -$0.3b. $1.6b. $7.6b. 32.9 73 10.5 12.0
Indonesia 4.1% $2,940 $617 209.4 1.6% 4.6% $55.4b. $4.7b. $26.3b. $138.0b. 34.4 65 19.1 6.8
Cambodia 4.0% $1,240 $270 11.0 2.5% -0.9% $0.8b. -$0.2b. $0.5b. $2.2b. 397.1 53 0.6 115.5
Laos 4.0% $1,325 $258 5.4 2.9% 86.7% $0.4b. -$0.2b. $0.1b. $2.2b. 153.6 53 n.a. 101.0
Vietnam 4.0% $1,755 $320 80.3 2.3% -1.2% $10.0b. $0.7b. $2.1b. $21.6b. 38.8 68 1.9 6.1
P. N. Guinea 3.9% $2,700 $1,005 4.4 2.3% 13.2% $1.9b. -$0.03b. $0.2b. $2.3b. 49.0 57 0.2 11.2
Mongolia 3.5% $1,520 $396 2.5 1.7% 4.4% $0.5b. -$0.1b. $0.2b. $0.7b. 24.2 65 4.8 17.3
Philippines 3.4% $3,380 $1,046 75.8 2.3% 4.2% $36.3b. $8.0b. $14.1b. $52.2b. 27.0 68 42.2 7.9
Switzerland 3.4% $26,420 $37,145 7.2 0.6% 2.0% $93.9b. $29.2b. $30.1b. 1.1 79 2,361.1 2.3
France 3.3% $23,030 $24,018 59.3 0.5% 1.7% $292b. $36.7b. $38.5b. $45.0b.* 1.5 78 1,517.7 1.7
Germany 3.3% $22,140 $25,488 82.6 0.3% 1.9% $541b. -$21.1b. $61.7b. 1.8 76 1,924.9 1.8
Nepal 3.3% $1,100 $225 23.4 2.3% 1.8% $0.5b. -$0.1b. $0.8b. $2.4b. 112.9 57 6.4 185.2
Brazil 3.1% $6,400 $4,710 165.9 1.9% 5.6% $51.2b. -$23.8b. $29.3b. $179.0b. 6.6 68 409.3 3.6
Britain 3.1% $20,890 $24,770 59.1 0.3% 3.3% $267b. -$20.7b. $30.1b. 1.9 77 2,656.5 2.2
Italy 3.0% $20,840 $20,115 57.8 0.1% 2.7% $232b. $5.3b. $25.5b. $20.9b.* 1.9 78 1,609.0 2.1
Iran 2.6% $5,545 $2,500 68.5 3.4% 19.3% $13.0b. -$1.9b. $5.0b. $20.6b. 8.2 70 14.6 6.8
Brunei 2.5% $20,100 $20,400 0.3 3.2% 1.0% $2.3b. $0.8b. $20.0b. 3.8 76 333.3 3.1
South Africa 2.5% $7,660 $2,979 43.5 2.2% 5.1% $29.2b. -$0.8b. $6.4b. $17.2b. 6.9 65 372.9 8.0
Nigeria 2.3% $930 $340 110.6 2.9% -1.7% $9.0b. -$4.2b. $4.1b. $35.0b. 257.8 53 0.8 17.5
Kenya 1.8% $1,135 $325 32.2 3.4% 5.1% $2.0b. -$0.4b. $0.7b. $7.4b. 62.7 59 14.0 40.0
Japan 0.7% $23,480 $34,715 126.8 0.3% -0.7% $434b. $116.6b. $334.5b. 1.5 80 1,672.7 1.4
Saudi Arabia 0.5% $10,265 $6,648 20.9 2.8% -1.2% $48.5b. -$1.7b. $16.8b. $16.7b. 7.0 70 9.6 3.8
Macau -2.9% $17,500 $14,145 0.4 2.0% -1.5% $2.2b. $2.3b. $2.3b. 1.5 76 750.0 3.6

*Net Foreign Debt. n.a., not available.
These figures are the latest available from national and multilateral sources (telephone data from Intl. Telecom. Union). These statistics will appear only occasionally: GDP (PPP), savings, foreign debt, literacy rate, urban population, people per doctor, infant mortality, people per TV and calorie intake. Gross domestic product (GDP) is the value of all goods and services produced in one year. Purchasing Power Parity (PPP, based on World Bank ratios) takes into account price differences between countries, for a more accurate measure of national wealth. Gross National Product (GNP) is GDP plus payments from abroad from investments and labor, minus similar payments to foreigners.



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