India's Peaceful Rise

Yew, Lee Kuan
December 2007
Forbes Asia;12/24/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p20
This article states that even though the economy's annual growth rate has been 8% to 9% for the last five years, India's peaceful rise has not led to unease over the country's future. Instead, Americans, Japanese and western Europeans are keen to invest in India, ride on its growth and help develop another heavyweight country. China's peaceful rise does not elicit similar reaction to India's because India is a democratic country while China is a communist country.


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