Relazioni Economiche dell'India con il Mondo: Difficulta della Cooperazione Sud-Sud (Economic relations of India with the Third World..)

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The same development strategy and economic policy that has made possible the creation in India of a large and variegated industrial structure, appears also responsible for the modest impact of Indian science and technology on its manufactured production. The effects of what has been defined as the "Indian paradox" have extended to its co-operation with Third World, limiting India's ability to penetrate these markets with its manufactures, particulary with the non-traditional ones. Further isolated after the collapse of the former Soviet Union, India needs to review its priorities more fundamentally than the timid economic reform presently being attempted.
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Pages (from-to)275-308
Number of pages34
JournalEconomia e Banca
Publication statusPublished - 1992

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