Title: Historical Review of ino-India Relation (The Fact Sheet on India – China Relations)
Author 1-Name: Dr. Pawan Kumar Oberoi, Faculty of Commerce, Shri Ram College, Muzaffarnagar.
Author 2-Name: Dr. Tanuj Kumar, D. N. College, Meerut.
Abstract: Sino-Indian relations are based on the five principles (Panchsheel) of peaceful co-existence. How this relationship will evolve as we enter the twenty first century, especially when China formally becomes the 143rd member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a strategic decision made by the Chinese Government, under the conditions of economic globalization. Marking the new stage of China’s opening up this is an issue that has serious policy implication for India. It is possible that, given its size and growing economy, China mat become India’s major export market but it is also possible that, with its ambition to rapidly catch-up with the advanced economy of the world, China may soon challenge India’s supremacy in technology and know how and become a rival instead of a partner. China has emerged as one of the Asia’s most dynamic newly industrializing economies. In the decade following the reform China’s real GNP grew at an annual average rate of 10 percent, up from and annual rate of 6.5 percent during 1970s. Although its economy slowed in the late 1980s due to the government anti-inflationary measures, it regained momentum in the early 1990s, achieving a 13.4 percent rate of growth in 1993. china’s economy posted somewhat lower growth rate in subsequent year (nearly 12 percent) but not less that 7.8 percent even in the Asian crisis year of 1998. China has been a major recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) with and inflow of 83437 cases with US $ 111 billion (on a contract basis) in 1993. The major investors in China were Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Korea. China is, in geographical and cultural sense with a potentially vast market for Indian products. Chinese Minister of Foreign Trade and economic cooperation, set a goal of 7 percent growth for China’s total foreign trade volume in 2003. (Expected to hit 620 billion US$ this year). This year China expected actual foreign investment to exceed 50million US$. Minister also said that, about 400 out of the World’s top 500 business giants had come to China adding that high-tech, capital intensive and service industries world luring more China’s imports and exports one expected to increase three times to 2000 billion US$ 2020.
Keywords: employee attraction; pressure; turnover; retention strategies
Classification-JEL: A0, T18, C0
Citation: Oberoi, Pawan Kumar and Kumar, Tanuj. Historical Review of ino-India Relation (The Fact Sheet on India – China Relations). Journal of Commerce and Trade, April 2007; 2: 1;Pp.-38-44
Paper Code : JCT-A07-PKO-TK-6
Web Address : http://www.jctindia.org/jct/april2007-v2i1-6.pdf
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