In reality, the U.S. is by far the world's largest economy.
US 2010 GDP $14.62 trillion.
China's 2010 GDP $5.75 trillion.
Japan's 2010 GDP $5.4 trillion.
By some economic measures, the gaps between the world's leaders are even wider: China's per-capita GDP is about $4,000, compared with Japan's $42,000 and the USA's $47,000.
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