OK, So China Will Surpass the U.S. Economy. Then What?

Investors sit in front of an electronic stock board at a securities brokerage in Shanghai, China, on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Foreign investors are about to get a bargain. At least, that's the optimistic slant after Chinese equities slumped for the longest stretch since 2013, taking valuations back to two-year lows right before they feature on MSCI Inc. indexes from June 1. Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Experts predict that within just a few decades, China’s growth will slip behind the U.S.