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This booklet good points policy-oriented examine papers and articles proposing insightful perspectives and knowledge on local comparative analyses and nationwide top practices on exchange and funding coverage matters for the Asian and Pacific quarter. It covers such salient matters because the internationalization of construction networks and neighborhood monetary cooperation for the rehabilitation of tsunami-stricken nations. it is usually coverage briefs and government summaries of the new monograph examine sequence accomplished by means of the exchange and funding department.

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This figure is likely to reach the $60 billion mark by 2010, according to NASSCOM estimates. Having examined India’s current status as a global IT services hub, let us examine the central question: who will be the main global IT services hub in the future: India or China? In other words, can China become a global IT services hub by competing with India, and what are the sources of China’s strengths which could undo some of India’s advantages in the field of IT-ITES—the only services segment in which the exports of India surpass those of China.

2. INDIA: A GLOBAL IT SERVICES HUB India is called a global IT services hub. An examination of the sectoral composition of its GDP for the period 1950/51-2006/07 brings out the fact that “servicization” of the production structure has taken place in India. During the 1950s, the primary sector was the dominant sector of the economy and accounted for the largest share of GDP. However, the scenario changed subsequently, especially in the 1980s. e. e. during the post-reform period). The tertiary sector emerged as the largest sector of the economy in terms of both growth rate and share of GDP in the 1990s.

These two countries were the only LDCs to receive a cumulative sum of over $1 billion each in FDI during the period and together they accounted for 82 per cent of total FDI to LDCs during 1990-2006. 15 14 15 Kiribati, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Myanmar and Tuvalu have been excluded from the discussion because of a lack of data. 10, respectively, during 1995-2005, two of the highest among LDCs in the region. 27 Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Review Vol. 4, 2008 Does the “FDI haven” offered by China divert investment that would otherwise have gone to LDCs in the Asia-Pacific region?

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