December 17, 2012

Why India Will Displace China

A. Gary Shilling, Bloomberg

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Most of us still look at China, the world’s second-largest economy, as the undisputed leader among major developing countries. In the long run, however, I’m betting on India to emerge as the more significant global economy.

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