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A Midwest passage to India, Part II

When I last left you, it was in the middle of a week's trip to India as part of an Illinois trade mission to open up a new trade office in that country. The initial part of the trip took me to Delhi (both New and Old), the ancient capitol of Agra (home to the Taj Mahal among other things). We then moved on to Mumbai (Bombay) for the last part of the trip. I promised ......

Full article >>> Sao Paulo, Brazil 3,110 18.3 5,897 7. Mumbai (Bombay), India 1,680 18.2 10,893 8. Delhi, India 570 15.0 26,832 9. Shanghai, China 1,514 14.5 9,583 10. Kolkata (Calcutta), India 690 14.3 2......

Full article >>> 00$43,500 Administrative states28 states/7 territories50 states/1 district Type of GovernmentDemocracyDemocracy Labor Force509.3 million151.4 millionExports$112 billion$1.024 trillion Imports$187.9 billion$1.869......

Full article >>> 600 million people fall in? Probably most earn above the poverty level and make a living in the countryside in the agrarian sector. There is a small but also growing wealthy class. I haven't seen any numbers, but if one took the top two percent of the population, some 20 million to 25 million people, you would have the upper middle class to the upper class of Indian society, where you are seeing s......

Full article >>> India is clearly lacking in all kinds of infrastructure, but particularly urban infrastructure. It is impossible to traverse major cities in less than one hour during the day. Streets are clogged not only with the sheer mass of people but reams of taxis consisting of modified golf carts (my terminology) that hold anywhere from three to six people (don't ask me how) and what looked to be Indian kno......

Full article >>> pears that Indian air travel is poised for significant growth (both internal as well as to/from India). I am actually kind of surprised that more U.S. airlines have not jumped into the Indian market. The only ones currently offering direct flights are American from Chicago and Continental from Newark. The airports will need a significant facelift if they ar......

Full article >>> ding 5,000 scientists in 38 different labs.

The Secretary for Biotechnology in the Ministry of Science & Technology.

The Bombay Stock Exchange.

The State Bank of India and YES Bank (the latter an investment bank involved in the Pharma and biotech sector).

The Secretary of Industries, Energy, and Labour, for the St......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 04/10/07


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