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Welcome to India
“I am deeply committed to the cause of education and would like to see every person, man and woman, boy and girl, be touched by the light of modern education. Empowerment of women is particularly important to me as I believe this leads to the empowerment of the nation.”
———— Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil, President of India

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Brief Profile & Key Economic Indicators
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Official Name: Republic of India Location: Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and Pakistan Population: 1.13 billion Languages: Hindi (national language primary tongue of 30% of population); English enjoys associate status but is the most important language for national, political, and commercial communications
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Brief Profile & Key Economic Indicators
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Currency: Indian Rupee (Rs) Capital City: New Delhi Financial Center: Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) GDP: $1.16 trillion Per Capita (PPP): $4,139 (2007-08)

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People’s Life Condition
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2005/06 India literacy rate of 67% poverty rate of 27 percent Life Expectancy was 63 years old Birth Rate 23.5 ‰ Mortality rate 7.5 ‰(newborn infant mortality rate was 57 ‰) Clinics and hospitals 32,000 Registered practitioners 660,000
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Economic Analysis
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is the world's second largest small car market is one of only three countries that makes its own supercomputers is the fourth largest economy in the world (measured in terms of purchasing power parity) is one of six countries that launches its own satellites 100 of the Fortune 500 have R & D facilities in India
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Economic Analysis
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has the second largest group of software developers after the U.S. lists 6,600 companies on the Bombay Stock Exchange; only the NYSE has more is the world's largest producer of milk, and second largest producer of food, including fruits and vegetables sends more students to the U.S. colleges than any other country in the world. In 2007, over 84,000 Indian students enrolled in the U.S. Indian pharmaceutical industry is the world's second largest after China
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Economic analysis data
GDP growth : 8.7% Exchange rate: 1 USD = Rs 47.83/85

Inflation rate : 5.5%

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India’s International Balance
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Trade Deficit is becoming increasingly serious India's exports 279.8 billion dollars, 168.8 billion dollars in import(07) Since 1991 : attract foreign investment India has cheap labor (mainly laborintensive)

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Indian resources
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Rich in resource Railway : the largest state-owned sector Road transport : national freight and passenger traffic of 70% and 85% Shipping capacity of the world's first 17. Technology engineers and information enterprises win the respect of the world. Bombay : religious, ethnic, linguistic diversity

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Developments in science and technology
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Investment in R&D is much too low to afford intellectual, cre

ative or monetary satisfaction. Fields mainly : agriculture, energy, medicine, space, basic sciences, and engineering sciences. India's annual outlay on R&D aggregates to a mere 0.7 percent of GNP or Rs.2,800 crore annually( the Human Development Report 2001).
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Developments in science and technology
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Skill development of labour force is fundamental One of the largest labour forces in the world The least number of skilled workers 44 percent of labour force was illiterate(99-00) 33 percent had schooling up to secondary education level only.(99-00)

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Media
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The media : broadcast,cable TV,publishing,entertainment industries. The broadcasting&cable TV : all terrestrial,cable and satellite broadcasters of digital and analog television programming. The publishing : books,newspapers,magazines. The movies&entertainment industry : Producers and Distributors of public entertainment formats. $ : A Huge Market
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Conclusion
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India’s infrastructure, transportation, energy, environmental, health care, high-tech, and defense sector requirements for equipment and services will exceed tens of billions of dollars in the mid-term as the Indian economy globalizes and expands.
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Conclusion
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India’s Gross Domestic Product, currently growing at over 8 percent, makes it one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Construction of nearly everything from airports to container ports to teleports is setting the stage to remake India.
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Conclusion
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India’s entrepreneurs and technologists have the dynamism and knowledge to make their country a global economic power. In particular, the industray of Education & Food is most promising according to the Statistics it’s been shown above .
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Thank You for Listening !
Thank Li Yuan 、Lin Xiaonan 2 !

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