The Impact of India - Elizabeth Christy The Impact of India...

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The Impact of India June 12 th 2010 Anastasia Martin Comparative Politics Rasmussen Business College The Impact of India India’s economy has been doing well.”India has opened its economy to the global market; so far the growth has increased by between 4 and 7 percent a year since the mid 1990s, but no other major dent has been put in the poverty rate and other social problems (Hauss, Charles, pg. 355).” People in India used to want to flee to the United States to start a new life, get jobs, and make something of themselves. As a third world country they lack the basic recourses like education, health care, housing, drinking water, India’s economy is finally beginning to strive, thanks to outsourcing. “India’s economic performance and, its economic potential are both superior to most of what we will see in Mexico, Iran, Iraq, and Nigeria (Hauss, Charles, pg. 360).”
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ECONOMY G123/EC100 taught by Professor Melissa during the Spring '10 term at Rasmussen College.

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