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What China’s New Leadership Means for China-India Ties

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China’s communist party leadership turnover at the 19th party congress, at the Central Committee, Politburo, and Standing Committee levels, is at an unprecedented high level of nearly 70 percent.

Despite such massive reshuffling, despite some behind-the-scenes infighting, w…

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Emerging Markets, Diverging Futures

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The term emerging markets didn’t exist in 1980. Before then, poorer countries of the world were called underdeveloped economies and often the third world. The most charitable term was to call them developing economies. This approach was valid since the poor economies weren’t going anywhere. B…

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Globalization – A Double-Edged Sword

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By virtually every measure - growth in international trade, foreign direct investment or cross-border flows of technology - globalization is becoming increasingly pervasive. Many of the barriers that kept the industries and economies of different countries relatively isolated from one another are…

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What Is A Global Company?

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Ask ten different executives “What is a global company?” and, more likely than not, you will get ten different answers. Some might argue that a global company is one that is pursuing customers in all major economies, in particular the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Others might argue that you ar…

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Second Edition of THE QUEST FOR GLOBAL DOMINANCE Released

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Publishers (Jossey-Bass/Wiley) have just released The Quest for Global Dominance, 2nd edition – a major update to one of the world’s most respected guides to how a company can design, implement, and reassess its global strategy. Co-written by China India Institute’s co-founders Anil K. Gupta a…

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