Why the Chinese think they’re the world’s smartest country

A new book titled “The Chinese Are the World’s Smartest Country: How They Are,” argues that China is the world, and it’s the world that’s the smartest.

In the book, the authors cite the example of the Chinese’s successful efforts to increase their literacy rate, which in the past has been at a historic low, and they also highlight China’s remarkable economic development in the 20th century.

In a country that was once ranked the poorest in the world in 1950, China now has the world GDP per capita in the top 50, and the number of people in the workforce that’s at least 25 years old is increasing.

According to the authors, these trends have resulted in a society where every citizen is a “human machine,” and that is the reason why the Chinese are the world leaders in education and technology.

The authors cite three reasons for this.

One, China is a country of large literate population, meaning it’s a very high degree of literacy and a very large pool of skilled workers.

Another is that, unlike most countries, China has a system of collective bargaining for employees.

This allows companies to have greater flexibility to hire and fire employees, and a third is that China has adopted a flexible labor market.

This is a big difference from the United States, which has a very rigid labor market and is heavily focused on the market economy.

According to the book authors, this means that there are very few workers that are truly skilled and talented and that they tend to be overworked.

The book also explains that the Chinese economy has become extremely efficient, which is why they’re able to achieve high levels of GDP growth.

The first thing that jumps out is how much China is growing.

According the authors: China’s GDP per head grew by almost $300 billion in the last three years.

This growth has been driven by an incredible leap in productivity, a remarkable increase in capital, a tremendous increase in research and development, and in the use of renewable energy.

As the authors write, “China’s economy is in fact more efficient than any other country in the developed world.”

In fact, the book states that China’s economy “has become the most efficient in the history of the world.”

What the authors fail to mention is that this is not true in every industry.

They do not address the question of whether or not the Chinese have become more efficient.

The authors do note that “the Chinese are no longer a nation of idle workers,” but that they have a high degree that “their economy is growing faster than that of most developed countries.”

The book does include a few other statistics, such as the number and percentage of workers that work for a single company, the number, and percentage who are self-employed, and how many people work in industries that require a lot of people.

However, these are all anecdotal data, and there is no real research that backs up the claims of the authors.

The only real evidence that the authors have comes from the Chinese government, which claims that their labor market has been expanding faster than the rest of the developed economy, which they have also touted as the reason for the rapid growth of China.

In fact the authors argue that the reason that China could have become so much faster than other countries is because of a government policy that allows them to have a “flexible labor market.”

According to The Next Week, the policy has allowed the Chinese to use less labor, which means they are able to make the best use of the labor that is available.

In other words, they are more able to pay their workers a living wage, which results in them having a much higher per capita GDP.

The problem with this is that it’s completely untrue.

The government of China claims that it only allows companies that have 100 percent of their workforce in a given industry to hire 100 percent more workers.

This policy allows them the ability to hire the most workers they want and they do so because the Chinese Government allows them this flexibility.

But that’s not how things work in the real world.

In fact, in the United Kingdom, where the government allows for 100 percent hiring, the workers that do get hired are the ones that do not have the skills to meet the minimum wage.