BEIJING: A Harvard University study has projected a dramatic fall in China's economic growth to 4.41 per cent in the coming years until 2025. On the other hand, India would perform extremely well growing at 7.72 per cent during the period, Havard's Center for International Development said in a study.
"The economic pole of global growth has moved over the past few years from China to neighboring India, where it is likely to stay over the coming decade," it said.
What is significant that even Indonesia, Vietnam, Uganda, Kenya and Mexico are expected to perform a lot better than the world's sector biggest economy, according to the report.
With the BJP and Modi ji in Power this will come to fruition, Modi ji is working tireless travelly the world meeting leader and CEO encouraging them to invest in India. While the Congress Party continue to play divide and rule politics and Rahul gives support to anti Nationals and accuse the Indian Army of lies. Beware the enemies within, the secular fascists are a great danger! Caste is EVIL no Hindu is Low!
Great modi ji
In India, progress has to be visible, and building gigantic statues is one way of showing it off.
India is the World's biggest market. If we ban Chinese imports, their economy will take a severe blow! Buy Indian should be every patriotic citizen's mantra!!
WELCOME NEWS. CONGRATS INDIA. VERY PROUD.
China's current GDP Estimate is a big lie like everything else about China. The 1978 GDP of China was $155 billion. Even at 10 % compounded growth, its GDP should be around $ 6 Trillion instead of $11.5 Trillion claimed by Communist Fascist China.
Aryan India India
China will soon be a Beggar country, the whole world is going to isolate chinkis ,porkis ,North korea and saudi...
It wont take that long. It will happen in another 4 years. The amount of work put by this BJP government is tremendous. We have not seen something like this since independence.
China's bad time has started. Both militarily and economically.
China is saturated and needs market to survive it's present.