India Interruptus?

Ferguson, Tim
April 2007
Forbes Asia;4/23/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p7
The author comments on the prospects for the Indian and U.S. economies. He notes that globalization will force India to liberalize its market. He assesses the service industries of India, including education and retail sectors. He believes that the U.S. government could reverse tax cuts and other market-friendly policies.


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