6 edition of Globalisation in China, India, and Russia found in the catalog.
Globalisation in China, India, and Russia
Contributed paper presented earlier at seminar moderated by Centre de Sciences Humaines and India International Centre on 19-20 December 2002, at IIC, New Delhi.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Globalisation in China, India, & Russia|
|Statement||editors, Jean-François Huchet, Xavier Richet, Joël Ruet.|
|Contributions||Huchet, Jean-François., Richet, Xavier., Ruet, Joel., France. Ambassade (India). Centre for Human Sciences., India International Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||2007394854|
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No study of globalization is complete without an analysis of these formerly socialist players, according to this collection of essays on the current posture between government and global firms in China, India, and : Hardcover. No study of globalisation is possible, nor is it thinkable, without referring to China, India, and Russia, that is to say, without an analysis of their firms and including them in the global network of firms.
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China is also the world's fastest growing consumer market and second largest importer of goods. Since the early s, China has averaged s real per capita growth of more than 8% a year.
In theory, then, the globalisation of trade in goods and services would benefit consumers in rich countries by giving them access to inexpensive goods produced by cheaper labour in poorer countries, and this demand, in turn, would help grow the economies of those poorer : Nikil Saval. This China-driven alliance will comprise Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Japan and South Korea – as well as the ASEAN region.
InASEAN was the seventh-largest economic power in the world. It was also the third-largest economy in Asia, with a combined GDP of US$ trillion – higher than all of India.
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