Though India was once a rising Asian giant, foreign investors are becoming increasingly bearish on the country. The WSJ's Deborah Kan talks to Paul Beckett about why India is no match to China.
尽管印度曾是一个冉冉上升的亚洲巨人，然而外国投资者变得越发看淡这个国家。华尔街日报的Deborah Kan和Paul Beckett谈论关于为什么印度不是中国的对手。
5:53 pm January 3, 2012
.When it comes to talking big and delivering little, no one beats the Indians.
5:57 pm January 3, 2012
.Comparing India with China is an insult to China. They are of totally different levels.
6:00 pm January 3, 2012
.India had 7 years to prepare for the Commonwealth Games and yet it still managed to make a mess and get itself humiliated in front of the world. That tells you something about this country and the mentality of its people.
6:42 pm January 3, 2012
.People love to compare India with China because they are 2 biggest developing countries in the world and one is a democracy (a total bureaucracy in reality), but the other is communist (turbo capitalist in reality). I don’t see any chance for India to match China if you know India’s GDP was three times as big as China’s not long time ago, but today only around the half what China has. Is the future can be better for India? No because the country is not as developed as the West but has the short term politic of the West (no long term investment like infrastructure projects, but big deficit).
3:08 am January 4, 2012
.India said to build the world’s second largest international military. Naval force hardwares from Russia, Germany, Dutch….., Airforce hardwares from Russia, US, Europe…… Army from ……… You have to give them an applause for their logistic support ability.