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Post time 2006-4-21 13:40:43 |Display all floors
In 21st century,China and India will grow rapidly,which is  an incontrovertible truth.
However,how can we see the role between China and India.They will be competitor to each other?Or,they will be coopertion,in the recent future?
And then,who will win In the fierce development between China and India competitior.?

Why couldn't this be a win-win competition?

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Post time 2006-4-22 07:47:10 |Display all floors

Unfortunately for India

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Post time 2006-4-22 08:24:06 |Display all floors

If China is the dragon, India will be the Tiger.

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Post time 2006-4-24 08:23:01 |Display all floors

Channel 4's Chief has been got at by the UK's Totalitarian Dictatorship

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Post time 2006-4-24 13:37:27 |Display all floors

I already said...India is the ELEPHANT!

..the elephant is a VEGETARIAN...

..it is slow and lumbering...
..but if it gets angry....wow....mad destruction...

..in hot weather, elephants spends time on the water pool...
..cooling itself.....

..India could be another Japan...
..but it needs a different work ethics....
...moreover..it needs market access.....with it size being so large, with so many young people.....A VERY LARGE MARKET access....to become as successful as Japan..

Cheerios!

The Indian government needs to control expectations..populations growth..otherwise a TIME BOMB!!!!!!

Well, in the meantime..it could like "clean up the cities"...put many people in useful employment,....set up "low cost housing".....to give its poor some "capital"....

still, resource poor.....
...energy pooor.....
...water pooor...
...VERY HOT HOT nation....
....people addicted to curry.....fats in food....
...now high petrol prices....goodbye automotive business...


a lot of work!

Green Dragon

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Post time 2006-4-27 17:27:39 |Display all floors

The name of the dragon...

Originally posted by jgongliang at 2006-4-21 13:40
In 21st century,China and India will grow rapidly,which is  an incontrovertible truth.
However,how can we see the role between China and India.They will be competitor to each other?Or,they will be ...



is CHINDIA.

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Post time 2006-5-1 09:44:58 |Display all floors
Originally posted by flotsam at 2006-4-24 10:23
.... when the UK has no freedom of speech, no freedom of the press, indefinite detention without trial, gerrymandered elections that "would shame a banana republic" and will soon have compulsory ID cards recording "transactions" on a central database.


Flotsam, please educate us on where China has greater freedoms & equality compared to Britain.

The other points made by the "nazi" correspondent with respect to India, seem like commonsense.
India has a great deal going for it, democracy and multilingual (English) fluency not being the least.

Chinese and Indian persons have equal ability to be successful, you only have to look at expat communities of Chinese or Indians in other countries like Britain, Australia, USA, Canada etc. However for those who live "at home" within their own countries borders, the freedoms are greater for individual Indians to reach their potential. It's not as dependent (as it is in China) on one's political affiliations.


JB
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

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