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    1. @s.el.5018
      2023-12-05

      Thank you verymuch.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š I don't know what data I need to check. I've learned about developing countries including India but it's difficult.
      When considering population, India certainly tops the list, and it has a wealth of excellent IT talent. However, it seems that its culture doesn't emphasize hard work in the same way as China does. I wonder if they can work and perform as efficiently as the Chinese?๐Ÿ˜…

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      • @AdityaJape
        2023-12-05

        china is not example to look up to they worked so much that they're fertility rates have collapsed also they worked for dollar and not building internal economy

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      • @ramsingh-pl4su
        2023-12-05

        You are mistaken
        We are fuckin hard working

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      • @mohitpardeshi
        2023-12-05

        Lmao , we work for hours and don't even get paid for overtime .

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      • @ramsingh-pl4su
        2023-12-05

        @@mohitpardeshi might be your organization is not paying for overtime.
        But still you agree that we work hard.

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      • @Leon-pn6rb
        2023-12-05

        Your perception of which populace is more hardworking is based on a surface level understanding of both, workforces in India and china. Having worked in both places I can assure you that your assessment is incorrect.

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      2023-12-05

      Awesome

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      2023-12-05

      Impeccable

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    4. @yashagar4443
      2023-12-05

      Thank you sir

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    5. @tanmaybhayani
      2023-12-05

      I think he meant to say recap instead of handicap ๐Ÿ˜‚.

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      2023-12-05

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    7. @vansang695
      2023-12-05

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      2023-12-05

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        2023-12-05

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        2023-12-05

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        2023-12-05

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        2023-12-05

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        2023-12-05

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    9. @Agastya_Muni
      2023-12-05

      Invest in India

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    10. @freedumb4883
      2023-12-05

      India's economy is mostly domestic demand and government spending. Its exports are mostly russian oil, womens garments, and grain. India has no influencial exports such as tech. These are not the quality of a growing power, these are the quality of a developing country.

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      • @jake.presents
        2023-12-05

        That's why he said 10 years, using proven indicators, and the fact that Russia vs Ukraine (proxy USA) and China vs USA will weaken all those countries involved, while neutral India keeps its head down.

        I've been around 5 states in India, living here for the better part since August 2022. Indians don't grind themselves into the ground nor burnout. I've stayed in multiple dormitories/hostels and the workers work from 8am-8pm, easefully, normally look happy and sleep & live at the hostel.

        No inflation here. A simple filling meal at a local restaurant costs me $1.25.
        1kg/2.2lb oranges also $1.25.
        Bananas, 12 for 60ยข.
        8oz Cup of fresh squeezed OJ 50ยข.
        ยฝlb /250g dates 50ยข

        They're so used to living in basic conditions that once they start organizing a bit better their exports will skyrocket.

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      • @johnnyhshify
        2023-12-05

        โ€‹@@jake.presentsbasic living? More like poverty striken. Great verbal gymnastics there. Don't forget to add mass public defecation, normalised hand rape, violence against Muslim minorities ignored by the western media, yet it wants to call itself a superpower.

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      • @freedumb4883
        2023-12-05

        โ€‹@@jake.presents you missed the point here. They don't export anything that is influential. China exports semiconductors, telecom, transportation, ships and nuclear power plants. And let's not forget the drones that Ukraine and Russia are converting into military use. And recently, they just built their first commercial airliner. India does none of those things. They won't even export beef which is the 3rd most consumed meat around the world.

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      • @ranban282
        2023-12-05

        Great. Don't invest in India, but I will, and let's see how we do.

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      • @aprohith1
        2023-12-05

        India exports its most valuable resource – people.

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    11. @sky-ev6lh
      2023-12-05

      Caste system says hiiiiii ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

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    12. @hindurashtra63
      2023-12-05

      Developing Nations in the this era have the advantage of learning from mistake made by othre Nations in the past – China, America, Britain. He is definitely right, Modi certainly focusing on Pro Development Policies. We have a long way to go but we are on the right track.

      No one is claiming India will bea First World Developed Nation like European Nations in nexty 10 years, But we certainly have the Potential of being one of the Top 3 Greatest Global Economies of this Century.

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    13. @fuzzywuzzy0549
      2023-12-05

      It's not

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      2023-12-05

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    15. @abhishekmondal4656
      2023-12-05

      Invest in India ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

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    16. @artus198
      2023-12-05

      I don't trust the deception of Whyte people ! The future is CIA – China , India, Asean

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    17. @LEVIACKERMAN-im9xz
      2023-12-05

      India is on the rise, baby! ๐Ÿ˜ŽโœŒ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณThey're like the next big thing in the global scene, and it's all because of these awesome factors

      1. Economic Boom: India's economy is like a runaway train. It's growing at an insane pace, and now it's the fifth-largest economy in the world! And with a young, growing population, there's no stopping them. Imagine a billion people all buying stuff โ€“ that's a lot of money!

      2. Tech Wizards: India is a breeding ground for tech talent. They're the kings of outsourcing IT, and they're also making waves in fields like pharmaceuticals and renewable energy. India is like the Silicon Valley of Asia!

      3. Demographic Dynamite: India's got a young, poppin' population. This means a whole bunch of future consumers, workers, and innovators. With rising incomes and education, this demographic dividend is gonna be a game-changer. โ€โ€โ€

      4. Strategic Cornerstone: India sits at a crossroads of continents, making it a power player in global affairs. They've got the ears of Europe, Asia, and Africa, and they're not afraid to speak their mind.

      5. Democratic Role Model: India is the world's largest democracy, and they're proud of it. Their commitment to democracy and human rights gives them a voice on the world stage. ๏ธ

      6. Cultural Captivator: India's got a rich, colorful culture that's captivating people all over the world. Bollywood movies, yoga, and Indian food are all the rage. This soft power makes India more appealing to other countries and businesses. ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๏ธ

      Sure, India's got its challenges. Poverty and inequality are still big issues, and their infrastructure needs some work. But with their strong economy, young population, and strategic position, India is definitely on the way to becoming a global superpower

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      • @freedumb4883
        2023-12-05

        1. India's economy is domestic demand based. No one outside of India needs anything that India produces except for maybe rice.
        2. Indian "engineers" cost $14/h. US Engineers costs $50/h. Less qualify, but cheap. Boeing learned the hard way with their 737 Max.
        3. Most of India's young lives in poverty and has no prospect of upward mobility.
        4. India doesn't not export anything of importance.
        5. Democracy don't mean crap. Most poverty-stricken countries and corrupted governments are democratic.
        6. No one cares about culture.

        India will never be a superpower until it 1) shed its colonial mentality. Most Indians can't even fathom the idea going to war with China without the US coming to their rescue. 2) Make something domestically that has influence on the world.

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