Deepa Vasudevan on Fri, Jan 30th, 2015 2:10:05 pm
It will take a few decades of consistent growth for India to reach the level of China. For this, the key strategies required are political stability, structural reform, education and skilling of labour force, and better poverty management through techniques like targeted food subsidies.
Website CMS Administrator on Fri, Jan 30th, 2015 2:04:09 pm
This blog attempted to compare India and china on some key economic parameters. It is usually difficult to get social and political data from China, as you may be aware. The National Bureau of Statistics China website is a useful starting point for looking at basic social data on China. Hope this link is useful for you.
Rajesh kr singh on Wed, Jan 28th, 2015 3:45:59 am
it's a fantastic clarification on basics but required more clarification how chaina is differ from india in context of political, economical,technocal and social and education ???
C R GOPINATHAN NAIR on Tue, Jan 27th, 2015 3:32:59 am
Is there any hope of Indians achieving per capita GDP comparable with China, if not US in few decades? If there is no hope as per current strategies, what strategy can make it possible?
Madan Jit Singh on Tue, Jan 27th, 2015 11:16:23 am
Like balancing the Economy, balancing one's life is to know the reality & work hard. The above article is an excellent work of information. As a financial advisor ,please accept our thanks & gratitude.
Amitabh Arora on Tue, Jan 27th, 2015 10:55:11 am
Extremely good analysis. Wouldn't it be nice if start highlighting the importance of agritcultre as a core sector and reforms are more favouring increasing agicultural output and exporting the same.
Amol Chitale on Tue, Jan 27th, 2015 10:51:11 am
I entirely agree with your views.One simply cannot compare India and China on any economic parameter.China is decades ahead.
Sagar Das on Tue, Jan 27th, 2015 10:09:35 am
If we measure in absolute terms then it will be clear who is frontrunner.Obviously it is China.We shouldnt get influenced by this media hype but should get into the fundamentals to know the truth.
krishna kishor tiwari on Mon, Jan 26th, 2015 8:41:14 pm
We are growing in a democratic set up.Our growth will be more sustainable than China provided we have stable govt.( which we are now having)
AMARISH SHAH on Mon, Jan 26th, 2015 1:54:05 pm
TO GROW INDIA IT IS ONLY ALTERNATIVE TO USE SWADESHI PRODUCTS AND ESPORT OUR PRODUCTS
Biswa Ranjan Satapathy on Mon, Jan 26th, 2015 8:08:04 am
Keep sending reports
kapil nire on Sun, Jan 25th, 2015 5:03:32 am
Hmmm how should we plan to overtake China ??
Rajesh J Mehta on Sat, Jan 24th, 2015 10:52:07 pm
Three major points to be noted here. firstly, China's outperforming India in GDP growth rate over years. secondly, china is ahead of India in per capita GDP,almost five times..Thirdly, China's ahead of India in Forex Reserve,almost ten times. Basically, China is export oriented country, So its GDP depend mainly on export. Where as India's GDP constitutes almost 15% through export. So, our GDP will not be hit by slowdon of export but due to fall in crude price recently globally will help to raise India's forex reserve as India's a large importer of it. We have a mismatch in GDP growth rate compare to % of sector from where it comes. Either it should be balanced or otherwise we must have more numbers of recruitment of skileed force so GDP growth rate from service Industry will increase. So, IMF'S forecasting that India's GDP will overtake China ia a matter of joy for us but to sustain that momentum, "we have to increase our PER CAPITA GDP, FOREX RESERVES & EXPORT EVEN.' So, I am expecting a real favourable scenerio for India once it passes China's GDP & remains stable for couple of years to come.
Jitendra Vyas on Sat, Jan 24th, 2015 9:34:49 pm
Agree with your perspective ... It would require consistent long out performance to beat China .. One off year will not do