Chindia: How China and India Are Revolutionizing Global Business

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2007 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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The best minds at BusinessWeek explore ways your company can survive-and thrive-amid the business growth and innovation of China and India

The economic rise of China and India has changed the way the world does business-and today's companies need to step up their game. This in-depth report, edited by a senior writer at BusinessWeek, goes behind the headlines of the new “megamarkets” to explore how your company can stay competitive. With a diverse array of viewpoints, ideas, and forward-thinking strategies, Chindia discusses new avenues businesses can use to embrace change and encourage growth.

  • Brings together reporting and analysis on China's and India's emerging markets, from the reporters of the world's most widely read business magazine
  • Provides need-to-know information for you to plan for the future of your business
  • Features an introduction from Engardio, as well as chapter introductions explaining how the stories fit together and concluding summaries of major points for each chapter

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Review: Chindia: How China and India Are Revolutionizing Global Business

User Review  - Alexis - Goodreads

Admittedly, I skimmed sections of this book while reading other sections with great care. I learned a lot about the current economic and social pictures of India and China, and how they will impact ... Read full review

Review: Chindia: How China and India Are Revolutionizing Global Business

User Review  - Kevin Wilhelm - Goodreads

I'm reading this for a class at work. You need to read to understand where the world economy will be in 20 years. The US will be slipping to 2nd and 3rd to India and China. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Pete Engardio has won numerous major awards for his coverage of global economic issues as a senior writer at BusinessWeek. He was the magazine's Asia correspondent for six years and is coauthor of the 2000 book Meltdown: Asia's Boom, Bust, and Beyond.

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