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英国硕士论文:外国直接投资-印度和中国的比较(10)

时间:2017-12-27 15:43来源:www.ukthesis.org 作者:英国论文网 点击联系客服: 客服:Damien
 
Economic Performance: The mobilizing domestic resources for economic development where performing well during 1950's and 1960's. It was possible to raise per capita income and living standards even in these populous countries after a big push argument for development working in reality to achieve demon- started in practice.
 
Table - 1: India's: major economic industries. (Source: Park, J. H. 2002 p.75)
 
India and China are hindered by statistical problems of estimating the relative comparison of economic performance for China's national output and population, while India's data are believed to be more protected. After a number of researchers it is agreed that until the 1970s China grew faster than India. With all the mobilizing resources and channeling the investment activities will affect the promoted artificially, selected and well protected for attaining social and political processes that emerge gradually over time (Park, J. H. 2002).
 
The Origins of Economic Reform: The two largest populated countries India and china where called as two Asian giants, but at the end of 1970s, it was clear that the winner of "the developmental race" is neither India nor China, race ended with a dark horses as the race in two Asian giants was soon lost, with the developmental strategies of four little East Asian tigers and became the focus of universal attention, at that movement the economic achievements by the East Asian NICs where extraordinary and historic, and their success has been appropriately coined as "the East Asian miracle." China and India, realized that their economies were under-performing, facing a number of problems of bitter with their own leadership, casting a shadow of policy instability and uncertainty. Due to disorder of Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) disruption to economic development had increased the genuineness and sensitivity of China's economic to overcome underperformance, at that movement "a sense of political crisis and disillusionment with the established political framework that made radical economic reform possible" (Pieter, B. 2007, p.69) heightened the confidence for success with the cooperation of Chinese-based economies of Hong Kong and Taiwan than the success of Japan and Korea, the Politburo for China's new economic policy of opening up to the outside world with a winning support is achieved at the end of 1978. The China's economic reforms achieved a full swing in 1984 with a increase of output at approximately about 9 percent per year on average and per capita income more than doubled in a short time span with great confidence and struggle, with the success story of China's open-door policy the economic reforms increased heaviness for the reform in India. The average annual growth rates of real GNP of India had not more than 4 per cent for first 3 decades after independence and started growing economic performance during the period of 1960 to 1990 with a per capita GDP growth rate of 7 per cent approximately in the East Asian NIC, at the same time 5 percent of china's and only 2 per cent for India which was one of the lowest among all Asian development banks.(责任编辑:quanlei_cai)


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