Countries That May Thrive As China Transitions

Courtesy of STRATFOR (subscription required), an interesting graphic that examines which countries are likely to assume China’s low-end manufacturing and export-led dominance that defined its dramatic three-decade rise:

The PC16 Fact Sheet

The outlines of this group, what Stratfor calls the Post-China 16, or “PC16,” are only now coming into focus. This group includes Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda from sub-Saharan Africa; Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Vietnam from Asia; and the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru from the Americas.

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