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Post time 2010-6-29 11:36:18 |Display all floors

Reply #2 manoj10's post

You probably realize that "something strange" is happening in India!

Wa ha ha ha

I am just worried about post 2012 for India!
Kashmir, Pakistan, Afganistan?

Poor delivery, poor documentation, weak financial markets, poor logistics, strange investment decisions!

Hmmmmmm

Interesting!


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Post time 2010-6-29 12:13:47 |Display all floors
BRICS is deveoping fast
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Post time 2010-6-29 12:26:37 |Display all floors

Reply #9 buenotech's post

Would say BR(I)M  will develop fast in event of CHINA + BR(I)M cooperation!

Each bloc of states have synergistic compatibility!
India has "electricity capacity" - energy availability limitation - only enough to MAX at US$4,000/capita!
IF their marshal clan and political-industrial elite does the right policies!

Sure!

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Post time 2010-6-29 12:58:38 |Display all floors
I think so!

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Post time 2010-6-29 14:01:17 |Display all floors
can be but need to change many things. Most important, Indian attitute need to change (espicially norther Indian).

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Post time 2010-6-29 14:01:43 |Display all floors
India's sky-high inflation is worrisome.
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Post time 2010-6-29 15:34:40 |Display all floors
----India should be overtaking China in 2020


India's GDP growth has come in at a strong 8.6% during the quarter ended March 2010, although this has failed to cheer the markets. (That’s true)

Following are the excerpts from an Indian’s posted blog:


India should be overtaking China in 2020 according to many analysts of India. In the past decades, India has been the world’s number one in starvation deaths, foreign aid and bribery.

In the 2000s, it was transformed from a chronic under-performer to a potential superpower. Here are eight predictions of what it will look like in 2020. India will overtake China as the fastest-growing economy in the world. China will start ageing and suffering from a declining workforce, and will be forced to revalue its currency. So its growth will decelerate, just as Japan decelerated in the 1990s after looking unstoppable in the 1980s. Having become the world’s second-biggest economy, China’s export-oriented model will erode sharply — the world will no longer be able to absorb its exports at the earlier pace.

Meanwhile, India will gain demographically with a growing workforce that is more literate than ever before. The poorer Indian states will start catching up with the richer ones. This will take India’s GDP growth to 10% by 2020, while China’s growth will dip to 7-8%.


India will become the largest English-speaking nation in the world, overtaking the US. So, the global publishing industry will shift in a big way to India. Rupert Murdoch’s heirs will  his collapsing media empire to Indian buyers. The New York Times will become a subsidiary of an Indian publishing giant.

In the 2000s, India finally gained entry into the nuclear club, and sanctions against it were lifted.

By 2020, Indian companies will be major exporters of nuclear equipment, a vital link in the global supply chain. So, India will be in a position to impose nuclear sanctions on others.

Islamic fundamentalists will take over in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The US will withdraw from the region, leaving India to bear the brunt of consequences. Terrorism will rise in India, but the economy will still keep growing. How so? Well, 3000 people die every year falling off Mumbai’s suburban trains, and that does not stop Mumbai’s growth. Terrorism will bruise India, but not halt its growth.

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