India and China seek economic integra...

India and China seek economic integration

There are 9 comments on the Asian Correspondent story from Nov 9, 2013, titled India and China seek economic integration. In it, Asian Correspondent reports that:

The recent endorsement by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of a multi-billion dollar construction corridor encompassing Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar - if it materializes - could redraw the economic and geopolitical map of Asia.

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Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#1 Nov 10, 2013
Two huge countries with enormous populations, potentially if things go right at least 10 trillion dollars in trades.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#2 Nov 10, 2013
USA and Russia trying to contain China, what a laugh.
Only the Jews can, we controlled the USA and now we will control China and India, just watch.
YEAH

Singapore, Singapore

#3 Nov 10, 2013
Go go China! Go go India!
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#4 Nov 10, 2013
I thought India was our ally? We give and sell them the latest weapons to contain China and now they want to team up with China, how ungrateful and what a traitor.
AZN

Toronto, Canada

#6 Nov 10, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
I thought India was our ally? We give and sell them the latest weapons to contain China and now they want to team up with China, how ungrateful and what a traitor.
India should settle scores with Pakistan first.
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#7 Nov 12, 2013
Based on our Malaysian experiences in India, foreign investors in India will be played out.

They discovered too late that the cash scrapped Indians only wanted their MONEY!

As for domestic market, it is basically a lot of very hot air and optimistic projections prepared by professional CONMEN.

Is GE making money for its huge investment there? That is where they refocus their market back to China which has a much better ROI for a smaller investment.

IMO China is merely doing its part to reduce hostility at the border. A destabilized India is not GOOD for China.

It is quite obvious China is not in a race with India as she is already in a league by herself.

Sending a 14 kg satellite to Mars is no big feat to a Space Giant like China otherwise China would not have piggyback her Mars payload on a Russian rocket that failed. In other word, it is a low priority project for China. Unlike what the West tried to depict. A moon mission is more realistic and the wonderful thing is, it is next to Earth and thing can be accomplished within a lifetime.
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#8 Nov 12, 2013
Next if USA has not distracted herself with so many issues in International Politics Arena e.g. poking her nose into other countries or playing POLICEMAN of the WORLD, today we already have a US LUNAR BASE on the MOON. And maybe USA have already established some exclusive rights there for themselves says MINING, etc.

Now American can only watch while China will completed what USA failed to finish in the first place.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#9 Nov 12, 2013
This integration will put China and India in the forefront. But if the USA is smart, we can make things happen too, we can play off of that.
AZN

Toronto, Canada

#10 Nov 12, 2013
It is so Amazing wrote:
Based on our Malaysian experiences in India, foreign investors in India will be played out.
They discovered too late that the cash scrapped Indians only wanted their MONEY!
As for domestic market, it is basically a lot of very hot air and optimistic projections prepared by professional CONMEN.
Is GE making money for its huge investment there? That is where they refocus their market back to China which has a much better ROI for a smaller investment.
IMO China is merely doing its part to reduce hostility at the border. A destabilized India is not GOOD for China.
It is quite obvious China is not in a race with India as she is already in a league by herself.
Sending a 14 kg satellite to Mars is no big feat to a Space Giant like China otherwise China would not have piggyback her Mars payload on a Russian rocket that failed. In other word, it is a low priority project for China. Unlike what the West tried to depict. A moon mission is more realistic and the wonderful thing is, it is next to Earth and thing can be accomplished within a lifetime.
True, India is all hype with no substance.

In other words, India is a total con job which was falsely promoted as China's equal by the Indian conmen and their neo-con supporters in the west.

India will be a drain on China with this kind of senseless integration.

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