• To be sure, there are many areas in which China does rank first in the world.

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  • StatCounter presents its data as is, and even though other counts of world-wide Internet users generally rank China first, the company's reading suggests that China ranks 22nd in the world in Web usage.

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  • Why shouldn't more be asked from a place that, as well as being the world's most-populous country, is already its biggest exporter, its biggest car market, its biggest carbon-emitter and its biggest consumer of energy (a rank China itself, typically, contests)?

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  • China's leaders will want to show the world the progress they have made and give their people greater confidence that China will make it to the top rank of nations, thus consolidating the leaders' legitimacy.

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  • With high inflation levels and the government's loosening of the yuan, which has steadily gained against the dollar, business hub Shanghai, China, moved up two spots to rank 24th in the world, at just under 2% less expensive than New York.

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  • The Chinese sports hero also topped all his countrymen to rank No. 1 on our first Forbes China Celebrity List, released today by Forbes China, the Chinese-language edition of Forbes magazine.

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  • He is an unknown, callow youth between 28 and 31 years old, promoted to the rank of major-general by his father after some military training in China.

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  • In China and India, diamond jewelry stands as the clear favorite among women asked to rank their preferred luxury gift, ahead of vacation trips, fashion accessories, cash and electronics.

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  • The Gaokao is China's national educational test, given to 10 million secondary students to determine their rank and placement at university.

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  • Today (July 14), Peabody announced a deal with the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China to develop a 50 million ton per year surface mine a giant project that would rank as one of the biggest coal mines in the world.

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