Comparative overview of economic profiles and roles of China and India in Asian international production networks
In: India: A New Player in Asian Production Networks?, Studies in Trade and Investment 75
This chapter undertakes a comparative analysis between China and India, with a view to understanding the divergence in the performances of the two countries. Chapter II begins with a comparative overview of the differences in the economic structures of the two countries, followed by a detailed examination of the roles of the two countries in the current landscape of Asian IPNs
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