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superpower

1. an extremely powerful state, such as the US
2. extremely high power, esp electrical or mechanical
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The emerging superpower, she argued, had recognised the potential for investment in the continent.
India on track to beat France, Germany and UK on GDP':The founder of India's second largest bank told delegates at the EFQM forum in Cardiff yesterday that China was not the only emerging superpower threatening European economic dominance.
China, identified as an emerging superpower that might one day challenge the current world order, has its own worries about how its Muslim population might respond to any war on terrorism that escalates into a modern-day crusade.
and French broadcasters to produce a four-part documentary series that will chronicle the monumental changes unfolding in the world's most populous nation, and how this emerging superpower will reshape our world.
To the world at large, India presents a large, untapped economy that has made rapid progress over the past few decades and is now hailed as an emerging superpower.
China, the emerging superpower of the 21st century, is still looking for its global political role and is always in a fraught position with regard to issues of human rights, even outside its Asian sphere of influence.
China is an emerging superpower with global ambitions.
That makes India an emerging superpower among the world's leading outbound markets.
A PHOTOGRAPHER'S voyage to Brazil 121 years ago is being used as a catalyst to boost trade between the emerging superpower and Birmingham.
APIONEERING photographer's voyage to Brazil 121 years ago Avoyage to Brazil 121 years ago Ais being used as a catalyst to boost trade between the emerging superpower and Birmingham.
US PresidentBarackObamahas said Washington welcomesChina's rise but that engagement withBeijingwould not come at the expense of its Asian allies -- as Chinese state media greeted his arrival in the region with a broadside accusing theUnited Statesof wanting to "cage" the emerging superpower.

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