23. Januar 2007
Our China-India Chartbook presents a graphical overview of economic and social indicators in both China and India and highlights the changes that have taken place over the past decade. Both countries have experienced strong growth, which has led to improvements in health, education, and poverty reduction. While they emerged unscathed from the global financial crisis, they still face macroeconomic challenges such as containing inflation pressures and reducing external imbalances. Progress has been made on improving infrastructure and strengthening banking sectors. The next decade will likely see both economies continuing to grow strongly, with the sources of growth more evenly balanced between domestic and external demand.