2010-08-13financialsense.com

India may become surprise "driver" of global growth, with even more true growth than China over the next few years or decades. This comes from a trend of gradual liberalization of the economy, especially rooting out local government corruption. So, interestingly, the non-US "growth case" does not entirely rely on China. India's much more slow-and-steady growth will (according to this camp) provide a basis for consistent global growth for many years to come.


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