Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Chinese Digital Challengers take on the American pioneers

Chinese Digital challengers X-BAT: Xiaomi, Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent have emerged as innovators in their own right. In the coming years, X-BAT will truly take on A-GAFT: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter; especially in the fast growing ChInSEA- Chinese, India, South East Asia.

For more, please read my Guest column in India's leading business magazine- Business India (May 11- 24, 2015).

Saturday, May 2, 2015

5 Economic Mantras for India to learn from China

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming visit to China has the potential to be a catalyst for the stirring "tiger" (India) to learn, adapt and apply the economic mantras of the "dragon" (China). Here are 5 mantras from China's unprecedented success in an article published in India's leading daily newspaper- Hindustan Times and China's No.1 newspaper on international affairs- Global Times

Global Times (Mandarin)

Hindustan Times (English)

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Seven 'sutras' in India's quest for Economic Greatness

In modern times, China has had the fastest per capita GDP growth of 30 times in the last 30 years! Now the stars are aligned for India's marathon to economic greatness with disciplined planning, pragmatism and flawless execution of the seven 'sutras'

Seven 'Sutras'- Hindustan Times


Sunday, February 1, 2015

Leadership Mantras from the 'gurus' of growth

                                    Business India Magazine- January 19-February1, 2015
(Apologies if the article is unclear when viewed on PC; please 'right click', 'save picture', read on...!)

India, America, China: Three nations & a world to win

US President Obama's visit to India puts into focus the dynamics between the three key nations in the world: Tiger (India), Eagle (USA), Dragon (China). This article lays down the 'sutras' or threads of thought on the dynamics between the three countries...'click' on Hindustan Times (below) to read on...

ChInSEA new driver of global growth

China, India and South East Asia (ChInSEA pr: qínsè) comprise almost half of humanity today. China, India and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations have been the three fastest growing economies over the past two years. Amid the global slowdown, ChInSEA contributed more than 50 percent of the global GDP growth last year. As the Brazilian economy slows down and Russia sputters, ChInSEA has emerged as the new driver of global growth....'click' on China Daily (below) to read on...

China Daily