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Chindia: how China and India are revolutionizing global business

Author: Engardio, Pete Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 384 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0071476571Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Chindia How China and India Are Revolutionizing Global Business Contents Preface vii 1 Introduction Investment 1 Market Power 3 Industry Strengths 4 Business Culture 8 Social Challenges 10 2 The Rise of Chindia 13 A New World Economy 14 Crouching Tigers, Hidden Dragons 23 Why India May Be Destined to Overtake China 27 What's Next for China's Miracle? 31 3 The New Global Paradigm 35 The New Global Job Shift 36 The Rise of India 45 The Way, Way Back Office 55 For India's Tech Grads, There's No Place Like Home 57 The China Price 59 A Tale of Two Furniture Makers 70 Sucking the Life out of Hoover 74 Dipping a Yankee Toe in China 77 India: An Agent of Change 80 4 The New Corporate Model 87 Asking the Right Questions 88 Taking a Page from Toyota's Playbook 93 Ratan Tata: No One's Doubting Now 98 The State's Long Apron Strings 104 China's Power Brands io6 China's Free Range Cash Cow 114 TCL Multimedia's Global Agenda 117 "Survival of the Fittest" at China Netcom 120 Who's Got Performance? 122 5 The New Megamarkets 125 It's Getting Hotter in the East 126 A Thousand Chinese Desires Bloom 132 China: Go West, Westerners 137 GM and VW: How Not to Succeed in China 141 China: Let a Thousand Brands Bloom 144 Sitting Pretty in Shanghai 148 India's New Worldly Women 152 Getting the Best to the Masses 155 GE's Indian Adventure 159 How Cummins Does It 163 6 The Leap Ahead 169 A New Lab Partner for the US.? 170 High Tech in China: Is It a Threat to Silicon Valley? 173 China Ramps Up 182 Scrambling up the Development Ladder 186 India and Silicon Valley: Now the RandD Flows Both Ways 191 IBM's Passage to India 193 A Brain Trust in Bangalore 197 7 The Financial Challenge 203 The Great Bank Overhaul 204 Betting on China's Banks 210 Tiny Loans, High Finance 216 India: Who Wants to Build Some Roads? 218 Private Equity Pours into India 222 China's Bourses: Stock Markets or Casinos? 225 China Is a Private-Sector Economy 229 8 The Education Challenge 233 Trying to Tame the Blackboard Jungle 234 No Peasant Left Behind 239 India's Whiz Kids 244 India: Big Brains on Campus 250 The Other MIT 254 The Seeds of the Next Silicon Valley 257 A Whole New School of Thought 259 Making Waves in Guangdong 261 9 The Social Agenda 265 Waking Up to Their Rights 266 Hard Labor in Guangdong 272 A Blacklisted Labor Leader Speaks Out 275 Breakdown 278 India's Untold Story 281 The Digital Village 285 The Great Wail of China 292 10 The Ecological and Energy Challenge 295 A Big, Dirty Growth Engine 296 The Greening of China 300 Winds of Change in Inner Mongolia 305 A Big Green Opportunity in China 308 A Courageous Voice for a Greener China 310 Asia's Great Oil Hunt 312 How a Thirst for Energy Led to a Thaw 318 11 The New Competitive Challenge 321 Shaking Up Trade Theory 322 Fakes! 329 Did Spark Spark a Copycat? 340 Software: Will Outsourcing Hurt America's Supremacy? 341 Jobs That Could Swim Offshore 352 Does It Matter If China Catches Up to the US.? 354 America's New Competition 358 How to Level the Playing Field 363 References 367 Index 375

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