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mossen

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And also what's the rate of MNCs setting up their factory in india?

It has picked up in recent years, but the Indians are complaining that most of it is "built to print" and much less actual technology transfer. This has been an irritant even with close friends like Russia and it's no different with Rafale jets.
 

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It has picked up in recent years, but the Indians are complaining that most of it is "built to print" and much less actual technology transfer. This has been an irritant even with close friends like Russia and it's no different with Rafale jets.
Will it be a threat to China? Will it make india a large and strong manufacturing nation in the future?
 

siegecrossbow

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Will it be a threat to China? Will it make india a large and strong manufacturing nation in the future?

They could if they actually put their noses to the grindstone instead of dreaming about Akhand Bharat all day.
 

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What do you think about tata plan to manufacture semiconductor?

Unless Indians get cutoff by Western suppliers there would not be any genuine efforts to develop semi-conductor. Look at the best indigenous tech they have -- rockets, ICBMs, nuclear weapons. Those are all things that they cannot acquire easily via import.
 

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Unless Indians get cutoff by Western suppliers there would not be any genuine efforts to develop semi-conductor. Look at the best indigenous tech they have -- rockets, ICBMs, nuclear weapons. Those are all things that they cannot acquire easily via import.
What do you make of the durability of Colombo Port City, suprised there is almost no discussion on this
 

mossen

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Unless Indians get cutoff by Western suppliers there would not be any genuine efforts to develop semi-conductor. Look at the best indigenous tech they have -- rockets, ICBMs, nuclear weapons. Those are all things that they cannot acquire easily via import.
Wasn't Brahmos co-developed with the Russians? AFAIK the most crucial parts of that that missile (engine etc) are Russian.
 

AssassinsMace

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India is the democracy the West wishes China were. I'm not talking about India being a shining example of success. I'm talking about how democracy hinders the economy of poor countries. Economies from nowhere take a lot longer than an election cycle to get going. Poor people think about themselves first meaning if they personally don't experience the rewards of electing any individual within an election cycle, they're going to vote the person in office out and then economic reforms start all over again because it didn't work with the previous office. That's where corruption breeds. How many "successful democracies" are out there that were full democracies from the beginning. The West raped the world and got rich before they became democratic. Today they're scared of critical race theory which is about telling the truth of how they got where they're at today because they want to prevent happening to them what they want China to do. We hear the anti-China faction whine how Beijing hides the truth from its citizens because if they were told the truth, the Beijing government would fall apart. What they want to happen to China, they hypocritically know will happen to them. In a democracy, that fate happens easier because all they have to do is vote.
 
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