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CHINA AND INDIA:
Reshaping your world and your business
China's growth and manufacturing dominance are two of the biggest global trends of the last 10 years. India's technology, service, and outsourcing industries make it a valued partner, as well as a formidable competitor.
The stunning rise of China and India makes it clear: to survive and thrive in the new global market, you have to engage with China and India. This comprehensive guide is your road map to meeting this challenge. The book combines frontline reports from BusinessWeek's award-winning Asia staff with point-by-point commentary by the experts, including new introductions to each chapter by BusinessWeek's Pete Engardio. Inside you'll discover
WHAT YOU REALLY NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHINA AND INDIA
A crash course in their cultures, economies, and business practices
WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY ABOUT THE NEW “MEGAMARKETS”
The future of trading, manufacturing, investing, and negotiating
WHAT YOU CAN DO TODAY TO ENSURE YOUR SUCCESS TOMORROW
New corporate models, global paradigms, and other strategies
This up-to-date exploration includes award-winning special reports on key issues such as manufacturing (“The China Price”) and technology (“The Rise of India”). It's filled with the crucial information you need to compete-from the world's most widely read business magazine.
Posted September 4, 2009
China and India are both vast, dynamic countries. The pace of their progress is furious and they are earmarked to become "the planet's next economic superpowers." Many commentators on Asia fall into the trap of a stereotype, as if they are classifying China and India together under one broad title - "Chindia." However, China and India are starkly different nations, as highlighted in this book edited by Pete Engardio. For readers unfamiliar with either country, this text provides an easy-to-read introduction. It revisits some of the most common facts and fallacies about economic and business life in both states. getAbstract recommends this well-written, well-edited retrospective archive of BusinessWeek articles as an excellent historic source for anyone interested in China and India's economic emergence during the past several years.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 18, 2006
While comparing the surge of these two great economies, the author has thrown light on the similarities and differences between the economies of India & China. While he has done a fair job of this, the author while writing about India's booming private sector has focused only on a section of India's leading private sector corporations. I was amazed to find out that he has deliberately chosen to not mention the accomplishments and contribution of Reliance Group of companies,who are by far the 'Numero Uno' Private Corporation in India. Reliance has been the single largest contributor to the Indian economy for the last decade and the way they have contributed to this privatization revolution in India deserves kudos. This would amount to not mentioning Microsoft's accomplishments in todays IT world.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.