No jerk, GDP has nothing to do with being a superpower especially seen with the USSR, which although in the early 70's was by far a superpower at its pinicle, it only had a GDP of 432billion. Compared to the USA's 1.2trillion from the same period your arguement is laughable and so stupid it even failed recess.<quoted text>I can see why you're not going to get nominated for the Nobel prize for economics anytime soon.
A large GDP is definitely one of the requisites for being a superpower.
NO MONEY NO HONEY!! You dig? Meathead.
China doesn't plan on being dependant on exports for economic growth forever. That's just bad strategy.
Broke ass USA and broke ass EU aren't going to remain lucrative markets indefinitely.
You obviously understand jackshit about China.
Ethiopia has a larger GDP than New Zealand yet it does not exert more power than NZ. What matters more is GDP per capita MORE than GDP figures which also include manufacturing done by foreign firms in a country and therefore not a very accurate byword for 'super-ism'.