Indian media has reported recently on the proliferation of Chinese laborers working in the country for Chinese firms in violation of visa rules. Outlook India published a lengthy report on the topic: It’s after sundown in...
by cschultz | Mar 5, 2009
Zhang Yan, the Chinese ambassador to India, announced that the Chinese government will assist other governments in fighting terrorism. He also stated that China and India should have larger roles in the upcoming G-2o summit in...
by cschultz | Feb 13, 2009
A report by the US Director of Intelligence claims that China and India will become the new power center of the world: “China and India are restoring the positions they held in the eighteenth century when China produced...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 17, 2008
On NPR’s Morning Edition, Vishakha Desai, president of the Asia Society, reviewed three recent books about China and India: Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India are Reshaping their Futures and Yours, by Tarun...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 9, 2008
The Times of India interviews Tarun Khanna, author of the newly released Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India are Shaping Their Futures and Yours: Have you revised your earlier thesis, in the article you co-wrote with...
by Timothy Lesle | Jan 31, 2008
Harvard Business School professor Tarun Khanna is about to release a book comparing the business landscapes in China and India. In an interview with the school’s Working Knowledge website, he discusses how various social,...
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 22, 2007
From OhmyNews International: The buzz in economic and market circles is the possible overheating of the Chinese and Indian economies and other similarly high-growth markets. Adding concern is the apparent threat of recession exhibited by the world’s largest importer, the U.S., and, more recently, by the failure of its subprime lenders, those catering to higher-risk […]
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 9, 2006
From Oh MyNews (link): In the early 1960s, when America and Europe enjoyed their golden era of economic growth, many Western economists viewed Asia as a gloomy place with no prospect for rapid growth. But instead the Asian tigers boomed at an alarming rate, putting on the fastest burst of growth in economic history, and […]
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