GDP is a kind of misleading yardstick:
Every country boosts their GDP by government spending. However, China
spends most in infrastructure while the US spends in the endless wars to
be the big brother and welfare to buy votes. The line between investing
and consumption is fuzzy.
2. 10% over the first 25 years is sustainable for a emerging economy. After that, 5% is fine.
the earning growth of corporations, we also need to check many other
factors that would affect future earnings. Actually China can improve
their citizens' living standard without increasing GDP such as paying
attention to pollution, food regulation, corruption