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By Neil Gregory, Stanley Nollen, Stoyan Tenev

ISBN-10: 0804762805

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During the last 15 years, the dual giants of Asia—China and India—have jumped at the chance supplied via the IT revolution to turbocharge their financial progress. India has develop into a software program companies powerhouse, whereas China churns out a lot of the world's IT undefined. How did those nations in achieving international competitiveness so quick? Why did software program predominate in a single and the other?This publication represents the 1st try and transcend anecdote and generalization in discussing the unheard of emergence of those new industries over the sort of brief interval. It provides the 1st rigorous comparability of the expansion functionality of production and software program companies sectors in China and India. It examines the commercial context and the company atmosphere for personal company in China and India, and considers how a ways changes in monetary regulations or the company atmosphere can pass in explaining the saw differences among the 2. The booklet concludes via comparing factors for the expansion functionality of and software program in each one state, drawing conclusions for destiny monetary rules and company suggestions.

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It is hoped that the findings from this study will contribute to understanding the way the business environments in China and India affect the performance of firms and that the findings will identify barriers to private sector growth in general, and in the manufacturing and services sectors in particular. We hope it will also improve knowledge about the dynamics of the growth of the electronics manufacturing and IT services industries in developing countries and more generally show the ways in which variations in the business environment affect the growth of different industries.

Firms with sales revenue of more than $50 million constituted only 1 percent of the number of firms in the industry but together had 90 percent of the industry’s revenue, while 90 percent of the firms had sales revenue of less than $3 million. 9. China: Chen and Hu (2002) for employment, sales revenue, and ownership statistics; CCID (2002) for employment and main line of business statistics; Tschang and Xue (2002); Translations from Chinese to English by Qi Lei and calculations from these sources by Qi Lei and Stanley Nollen.

By analyzing the importance of the various national and firm-level differences, conclusions can be drawn about the reasons for the different growth patterns of their respective industries. We also use these analyses to suggest conclusions about the impact of investment climate and government policies on enterprise development. The first step was to document the differences and similarities between the Indian and Chinese software industries, and then between the two countries’ hardware industries, to determine which among many features are critical in explaining their radically divergent development paths.

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