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08 May 2009

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ASHUTOSH MISHRA

may I have more detailed report on India, alongwith reasons there off?
ASHUTOSH MISHRA
RAIPUR (CHHATTISGARH)
INDIA

Phil Goetz

Thank you; it drives me crazy every time politicians encourage consumers to spend more.

But I wonder what fraction of "investment" in India and China is really public monies directed into unprofitable projects by companies owned by well-connected people. I was in Kunming, China, in 2000; and there was a single fancy hotel for westerners, which had only three guests that I saw. They were building about ten more hotels just like it within a few blocks.

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