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You say that, but the US middle class is living on debt while the Chinese middle class is on the rise (and the demand for luxuries is growing very fast over there) so you are looking at a stagnant/declining market versus a growth market. If the US wants to import a lot less, and get it from their own soil instead, that also means cost will go up which means the average household is not capable of buying as much as they used to do.Sorry bud the math doesn't add up
Also Chinese consumers won't replace the US middle class anytime soon.
It doesn't take much in economy classes to see which is more promising. And that doesn't even consider the difference in size. China's got pretty damn many people.
I know its old, but