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    • 1. ‘INDIA CAN TOP CHINA’S GROWTH BY 2014’FINANCIAL EXPRESS: 5th JAN 2010 BY: KaushikBasu (chief economic advisor in the finance ministry)<br />Group Members:<br />Archit Singh (91127)<br />Ayushman Roy (91128)<br />Chandra Vikas (91129)<br />Deepanshu (91130)<br />Dinesh Joshi (91131)<br />Gaurav Seth (91132)<br />
    • 2. Major aspects of the article<br />The economy bouncing back to 9% growth next fiscal.<br />India crossing China’s growth rate in the next four to five years is not impossibility.<br />India’s relatively large young population will help raise its savings rate to over 40% of GDP from 38%, thereby hastening growth.<br />
    • 3. Major aspects of the article<br />The economy will grow at 7.5% plus in the current fiscal on the back of the stronger growth projected in the fourth quarter.<br />A very sector-specific inflation that is taking place, and it is expected to peter out in a few months.<br />India does stand out as an economy that has handled the crisis very well.<br />
    • 4. The economy bouncing back to 9% growth next fiscal<br />Share Market has risen again from its fall to 8000 units in early 2009.<br />Demand in Global market will increase in next fiscal year<br />Poor states have also started catching up with growing states. For example Bihar <br />
    • 5. India crossing China’s growth rate in the next four to five years is not impossibility<br />China’s export-oriented model may erode sharply.<br />India will gain demographically with a growing workforce that is more literate than ever before.<br />India is learning English at an impeccable pace and will become the largest English-speaking nation in the world overtaking the U.S.<br />
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    • 7. India has already gained entry into the nuclear club, and sanctions against it were lifted. 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. <br />Labor unrest brewing in China over working conditions.<br />IMPACT: This will take India’s GDP growth to 10% by 2014, while China’s growth will dip to 7-8%.<br />Contd…<br />
    • 8. 45<br />% of total population<br />0-14, China<br />40<br />0-14, India<br />over 65, China<br />35<br />over 65, India<br />30<br />25<br />20<br />15<br />10<br />5<br />0<br />1950<br />1955<br />1960<br />1965<br />1970<br />1975<br />1980<br />1985<br />1990<br />1995<br />2000<br />2005<br />2010<br />2015<br />2020<br />2025<br />2030<br />2035<br />2040<br />2045<br />2050<br />Demographic Divide<br />
    • 9. Factors<br />Demographic shifts have powerful effects on the saving rates of both countries<br />Saving rate rises with income level<br />Saving rate rises with higher growth<br />
    • 10. India Handled Crisis Well<br />World Bank said India has done ‘extraordinarily well’ in tackling the global economic crisis with sound fiscal and monetary policies. <br />India's growth rates over the next one or two years could see a return to 8 to 9 per cent envisaged in the country's eleventh plan and its strong fiscal and monetary policies have helped counteract a decline in exports.<br />India is now a rising economic power that handled the recent economic crisis very well.<br />
    • 11. India Handled Crisis Well<br />It's contributing to world economic stability and could become the pole of global economic growth over the time. It has become global partner for the world bank group.<br />High savings rate will trigger a period of sustained economic expansion.<br />India does stand out as an economy that has handled the crisis very well.<br />
    • 12. India’s advantage over China<br /><ul><li>Demographic: India has youngest workforce among large economies
    • 13. Median age in India will rise from 25 in 2010 to 30 in 2025, while in China it will rise from 34 to 39
    • 14. UN Population Division: over next 10 years, India's working age population set to grow by 138 million - - significantly greater than the expected increase of 33 million in China </li></li></ul><li>India’s advantage over China<br />Talent pool advantage- India with 28% has the largest share of the global talent pool, China with around 11% stands next.<br />The use of English as the official business language gives India a significant edge. <br />English speaking population: India set to become the largest English-speaking nation in the world, overtaking the US.<br />Internal tension among Chinese labor due to adverse working conditions and labor laws.<br />
    • 15. Thank You<br />

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