January 15, 2011 SouthAmerica: That's no big deal when you consider that a $ 7.00 hamburger of today, it will cost $ 50.00 or more in 2030. ***** Americans Figuring Out Who Is World's No. 1: By William Pesek Bloomberg News - Jan 13, 2011 http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-...world-s-no-1-commentary-by-william-pesek.html ...When John Calverley, global head of macroeconomic research at Standard Chartered Bank in New York, predicts annual world output will rise to $308 trillion by 2030 from $62 trillion today, Asia is a major reason why. Calverley expects China and India alone to account for 33 percent of gross domestic product, compared with 12 percent by the U.S. and 3 percent by Japan. .