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The fast-paced economic and political changes across the world are forcing India to be more globally-oriented. This paper traces these global changes in a historical perspective and examines how India can be integrated into the global economy. It discusses the primary growth engines at different phases of the world growth cycle and suggests the main area around which there is a need to reengineer the country for global competitiveness. While Western Europe and the US/Canada engineered the 18th and the 19th century growth respectively, the author sees the large emerging nations as the 21st century growth engines and purchasing power parity (PPP) as the new measure of economic growth.
Making India Globally Competitive

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