The phenomenal growth of China and India Of the many successes in recent times, two stand out: China and India. The two countries are by their sheer size economic giants and while they grow at the rates observed in recent years decades in the case of China it is obvious that their transformation will have profound effects, not just internally but for the rest of the world. Such effects, already in evidence, are a combination of new market opportunities arising from enhanced purchasing power and greater competitiveness of these mega-economies as producers of selected products. It is important to assess the likely impact in order to put in place policies and strategies that anticipate the changes so as to best capitalize on emerging opportunities, while also attenuating whatever anomalies could arise in subsectors that cannot meet the challenges.
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The economy of Asia comprises more than 4. Moreover, Asia is the site of some of the world's longest modern economic booms, starting from the Japanese economic miracle — , Miracle on the Han River — in South Korea, economic boom — in China and economic boom in India —present. As in all world regions, the wealth of Asia differs widely between, and within, states. This is due to its vast size, meaning a huge range of different cultures, environments, historical ties and government systems.
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Vietnam is a growing heavyweight in Asia, and companies and investors could focus on this bright spot as uncertainties cloud the global economic outlook, a DBS Bank report said on Tuesday. The South-east Asian country's economy grew by 7. By comparison, Singapore's economy grew by 3. Robust growth in private investments and its manufacturing industry, particularly the electronics cluster, and competitive wages have propelled Vietnam's economic rise, the report noted.