Emerging giants: Can India emulate China's recent growth?
China and India are the biggest engines of emerging-market growth, but why is there such a disparity between their recent growth rates, and can India ever emulate China's meteoric rise?
15 December 2021
China and India are the biggest engines of emerging-market growth, but why is there such a disparity between their recent growth rates, and can India ever emulate China’s meteoric rise? The investment communications team’s Matt Goodburn talks to global analyst Richard Bullock and portfolio manager Ian Smith.
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