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India Can Dethrone China as the World’s Manufacturing Power？ | The National Interest
This is stupid. We don't have to dethrone anyone. There is nothing in wrong in building manufacturing muscle and become successful as India has a huge captive market. Just because we can't become #1 in exports, doesn't mean we shouldn't invest.
Yep. Media loves to pit India against China. I mean apart from the population size we barely have anything in common.
I think we shouldn't do it even if we could the conditions that the majority of Chinese works work in are just sweat shops not having more sweat shops in India is a plus in my book
Their gdp is like over 10k I think? I think those sweatshops or factory might benefit India a bit
high GDP per capita does not correlate with good living conditions for the people
as for more sweat shops in your own country only means most of your people can't afford the shit they make in those shops
I believe noone could. China has already cemented its position as the World’s factory for possibly the next 100-200 years.
They could only be dethroned by US if the latter wants to bring the manufacturing back to the North America. But, US won’t do it or the American Capitalists won’t let it happen since they got used to the big fat profits that is only possible with the lowest manufacturing cost that China offers with the established supply chain.
100-200 years is a stretch. Imo we can safely say China will still be at the top for atleast 20-30 years.
This is nonsense. Chinese labor pool is shrinking rapidly.
Most of Chinese manufacturing is controlled by Taiwanese.
I shouldn't. Manufacturing industries are oversaturated with almost whole of ASEAN countries have focused on. Instead India should focus on improving services industries where it can get the best result as compared to expenditure spent.
Keep churning out subpar software engineers. High paying it jobs will remain in the west unless Indian it companies rise like it did in China.
I believe, we have our expertise in the service sector and should build infrastructure to empower the service and IT sector for both domestic and international companies.