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The data is from the International Monetary Fund.
This chart is a list of countries organized by by GDP (or purchasing power parity) in the trillions. It's a 2022 Estimate.
This data is from the United Nations.
Above is a chart for top ten countries by share of global manufacturing output in 2019.
What this data shows is that China is responsible for about a third of the world's manufacturing.
China’s industrial base is now almost twice the size of America’s.
(The largest dam in the world is pictured above)
In the last twenty years, China has built up its cities and infrastructure at an unprecedented rate. Its urban population has almost doubled.
Some estimates even say that China uses more concrete every 2 years than the U.S. used in the entire 20th century.
The grey wall of China: inside the world's concrete superpower (The Guardian, 2-28-19)
China High Speed Train Facts - Longest, Fastest & Craziest (China Discovery)
CHINA IS THE WORLD'S TOP PRODUCER OF STEEL
China is now the top steel producer in the world.
Today, steel is the world’s most commonly used metal and most recycled material.
Global steel production has more than tripled over the past 50 years, despite nations like the U.S. and Russia scaling back.
Visualizing 50 Years of Global Steel Production (Elements)
Video: The Countries that Produce the Most Steel in the World (Facebook)
World Future Fund Reports
A World of Change
As Western imperialism declines, older global powers are reborn.
China Emerges as a Manufacturing Superpower
These are the top 10 manufacturing countries in the world (World Economic Forum, 2-25-20)
China Is the World's Manufacturing Superpower - United Nations Data (Statista, 5-4-21)
List of Countries by GDP (IMF)
List of Countries by GDP (Wikipedia)