India Arriving

India Arriving

How This Economic Powerhouse Is Redefining Global Business

Book - 2008
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Once the jewel in the crown of the formidable British Empire, India has been surrounded by myth for years. After gaining independence in 1947, this often misunderstood country found itself faced with a new sense of freedom-and along with it, enormous burdens and challenges. While exotic, mysterious, and seductive, it has also become an economic force to be reckoned with. With the fourth largest economy in the world, the largest youth population on Earth, and a thriving middle class, India is the second most-preferred destination for foreign investment. But very few Americans truly understand what a rich and powerful country it has become-or its role as a global power, center of outsourcing, and potential partner with the United States. From the country's thriving film industry to its burgeoning high-tech industry as well as its attempts to stabilize its economy, India Arriving offers a fascinating glimpse into the real India, with all of its assets and all of its faults. Author Rafiq Dossani goes beneath the veil surrounding India and explores the many ways it has begun to emerge onto the world stage. He explores its birth as an independent nation and forces like poltical shifts, social reform, and education that have helped to shape a new India. Honest and revelatory, India Arriving provides a deeper understanding of a country that promises to be thenext major player in the world economy.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : AMACOM/American Management Association, c2008.
ISBN: 9780814474242
0814474241
Branch Call Number: 330. 954 DOS
Characteristics: xi, 291 p.

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