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Post time 2012-11-30 12:36:14 |Display all floors
India, China account for 40 percent of new mobile connections in Q2: Reports


India and China accounted for around 40 percent of the estimated 140 million net additions in mobile subscriptions across the world during the April-June quarter this year, a report by Ericsson has said.

"India and China added around 20 million and 40 million subscriptions respectively of the estimated 140 million net additions during Q2 2012," Ericsson said.

The mobile penetration in India has also reached 75 percent as on August 2012, while the overall penetration stood at 89 percent.

Globally, the total mobile subscriptions reached 6.3 billion. However, the actual number of subscribers is around 4.3 billion, since many have several subscriptions.

Mobile subscriptions have grown around 11 percent on year-on-year basis.

The report said there is continued strong momentum for smartphone uptake in all regions.

"Approximately 40 percent of all mobile phones sold in Q2 were smartphones, compared to around 30 percent for the full year 2011," it added.

The report said as only around 15 percent of the worldwide installed base of subscriptions are for smartphones, there is considerable room for further uptake.

Mobile broadband subscriptions have grown around 60 percent year-on-year and have reached above 1.2 billion, the report said.

Mobile data traffic doubled between Q2 2011 and Q2 2012, while the voice traffic continues to grow at a steady rate, mainly driven by new subscriptions in Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa.


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Post time 2012-12-1 11:24:38 |Display all floors
The rise of Asian giants

China India need to redifine ties

In coming decades, China India would be world's largest economies and we need to prepare for mutual cooperation.

Border deal should be step forward towards developing shared global vision of China India.
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Post time 2012-12-1 23:46:54 |Display all floors
The OECD says that around 2030 Asia will be the world's powerhouse just as it was prior to 1800. This points to the need for India to define a global role withChina in the context of two rising powers meeting the old power, instead of seeking strategic autonomy between them and regional balance of power.

The geopolitical shift will impact cooperation, standards of living, natural resource use and global values. First, countries gain in influence more because of the size of the economy than the strength of their military.

But the implications of the rising economic power of Asia have yet to be grasped. Now, the OECD has two-third of global output compared to one-fourth in China and India.

By 2060, these two countries will have a little less than half of world GDP with OECD's share shrinking to a quarter.

The new giants will reshape rather than challenge the international system which led to their rise. Second, in addition to changes between States, there will be changes in country shares of global GDP, largely driven by ageing populations.

China will surpass the US by 2016 to become the largest economy in the world. India's GDP will equal that of the euro area in 2030 and in 2060 it will exceed that of the US, increasing from 11% to 18% of global GDP while China's share will remain at 28% during this period.

Its dependency ratio will quadruple, and the relative share of both the US and the euro area will decline. The working age population of China has peaked, while India has half its population less than 25, out of which 400 million are less than 15 years old.

Third, living standards will rise but differences will persist. China and India will experience more than seven-fold increase in income per capita by 2060, but China will be 25% above and India is expected to be only half of current US levels.

While education, skills and productivity can enhance standards of living, by 2030 demand for food and energy is expected to rise 50% and water stress can create inter-state conflict.

Fourth, dealing with global ecological limits will remain unresolved. New values based on the principle of shared responsibility and prosperity will be the basis for international cooperation; redistribution has been kept outside the UN system. Rising powers may not aspire to achieve the 'American way of life', and the UN is working on replacing per-capita income with another indicator of 'happiness'.

New global rules for the use of natural resources to raise standards of living will be vital for our continued growth. We need to figure out how to win early recognition in the new global equilibrium of power. We need to influence international organisations, secure national interest by defining a global role.

These are shaped by a combination of military strength, technological leadership and diplomatic leverage.

We should leverage our world-class software industry and focus on cyberwarfare, which has both defensive and offensive capabilities. Similarly, we have the capacity for global leadership in pharmaceuticals and new crop varieties.
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Post time 2012-12-2 00:44:44 |Display all floors
China India will have to change focus from material force and material benefit, to a global vision of sharing natural resources and technology.  This will support a new model of sustained growth different from the finance-led US consumption and Chinese production-based models.  Prosperity for four billion people who have yet to benefit from globalization, based on innovation jointly developed with China, will provide the legitimacy to reshape the future global order.


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Post time 2012-12-2 01:07:35 |Display all floors
In climate change there is already a close collaboration in china India.  With growing trade, we have the opportunity to make our two countries interdependent economically, to allay future concerns.  India will continue to grow, because of demographics and knowledge economy, long after China's growth stabilises.





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Post time 2012-12-2 01:18:51 |Display all floors
We have both not drawn the right lessons from the 1962 conflict over un-demarcated borders between two rising powers.  A border deal should be seen as a step towards developing a shared global vision that will overcome the competition inherent in the rise of two Asian giants.  We are both seeking our rightful place in world affairs, and managing this relationship will be our greatest foreign policy challenge.


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Post time 2012-12-2 19:07:36 |Display all floors
The tables turn; China woos India

Over the last few months, news reports, media pronouncements and state speeches from China, are increasingly toned towards improving relations with India. As compared to a few years ago, when India barely figured in Chinese media, let alone mindspace, the recent change is seeking to be a soothing balm over our bilateral relations.

Economics does influence politics and learning from past experiences, China knows hard tactics do not work on India. A sensitive relationship, the two nations are working on bridging softer, cultural relations as well as deepening economic collaborations before healing historical diplomatic wounds. Recent examples of China’s thrust of soft power in India includes the recently concluded India-China Music Festival sponsored by Huawei, the Chinese consulates proposal to add 20 new beds to a rural hospital and re-name it after the legendary Indian doctor who cured Chinese armymen during the Japanese War, the announcement that China will not block Indias UNSC seat by a CPC leader and the news articles on how India and China should together work in the South China Sea.

It has been well established before and China knows she can’t do without India in Asia, especially when Premier Wen Jiabao said that the world is big enough for both India and China to co-exist. and now when Western powers are fumbling for funds and the Indian economy is growing increasingly dependent o China for loans, equipment and infrastructure, Beijing knows this is a golden opportunity to woo Indians.

A new regime in place, China is keen to white-wash the policies of the past and start afresh, build stronger bridges and integrate better with India. Living in the present, Beijing is keen for Indian politicians to peace over the 1962 war and instead create stronger relationships based on our shared positive experiences and historical and cultural linkages.

Considering India is in much need of Chinese expertise to pull her out of her doldrums, maybe it is time she moves on, inculcates better ties with her neighbours and strengthens her international relations for good fences make good neighbours.



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