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China and India: When Over-Investment Is A Good Thing

By John Richardson

WHEN is over-investment a good thing? This was another question the blog was left pondering after a good conversation with a Beijing-based training delegate during ICIS Training’s recent China Seminar in Bangkok.

She made the point that …

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India PVC Reflects Macro Problems

By John Richardson

WHAT is happening in India’s polyvinyl chloride (PVC) sector reflects some of the macro-economic challenges we discussed earlier this week.

An additional 8.5m tonnes of PVC pipes demand could be generated in the space of just five …

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BRICS Version 2

Mind the gap – India’s rich and poor

 

 

Source of graph: http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/sonalde-desai-the-great-indian-poverty-game/469351/

 

By John Richardson

INDIA’S economy is expected to grow at its slowest pace for a decade as a result of political gridlock, tight monetary policy …

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BASF Highlights Changes In Growth

 

Martin Brudermüller

Source of picture: BASF

 

By John Richardson

“THE struggle over China’s future direction seems to be harder fought than we had imagined,” said BASF vice chairman Martin Brudermüller last Thursday, in a German newspaper interview.

“There …

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