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  1. santosh

    santosh Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    nowdays im told about Bangladesh's superiority in space research, who may also handle people in India, earth quake/Tsunami etc, similar to "NASA".....

    while its a common sense that they are just an arm to do these things in India. what Bangladesh as a Least Developed Country stands for???? their government expanses itself are dependent on the foreign aid they receive as a member of LDC members.... something which Japan, China, Korea, Brazil, India can't do, can Bangladeshi's space research do in other countries including in India?????

    except NASA of superpower US, none has this ability to these in India or anywhere else. hardly UK can be said to be their ally in this regard, none other.....

    a comparison of space research of countries of world, is as below:

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    Average GDP Growth Rate of Asian Industrialized Countries Since 1981 :tup:

    My this post is just to keep a record of the comparative 'Average' Growth rate of India with "Newly Asian Industrialized" countries, along with the Matured Industrialized Asian countries like Korea, Japan, Singapore as below.

    this effort is just to keep an eye on the Average Growth Rate of India since 1981 to 2013, as compare to other 'Asian' Industrialized Countries :tup:

    Select Country or Country Groups

    => Newly industrialized country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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    Growth Rate Comparison since 1980 to 2013, for the 34 years

    1st, China: 9.89% since 1980

    2nd, India: 6.2% since 1981

    3rd, Philippines: 3.4% since 1980

    4th, Thailand: 5.4% since 1980

    5th, Indonesia: 5.2% since 1980

    6th, Malaysia: 5.8% since 1980

    7th, Singapore: 6.6% since 1980

    8th, Korea: 6.2% since 1980

    9th, Taiwan: 5.7% since 1980

    10th, Japan: 2.1% since 1980

    Select Country or Country Groups


    and this comparison clearly tells us, how population growth rate of around 2% since 1981, with 500mil extra people this way, has covered every success of India since 1947. while total number of Middle Class of India is itself more than total population at the time of freedom, 1947 :facepalm:


    => we also have a comparison of India and China's Per Capita Income on PPP since 1990 as below, telling us the difference between Indian Open Market strategy with Chinese one since 1990...... India could have only around 5.3% growth rate for the 12 years in between 1991 to 2001, because of failing to even 'copy' the Chinese Economic Reforms in 1991 :tsk:

    India GDP - real growth rate - Economy


    BRITAIN GDP PER CAPITA PPP at 1990, $22808.53
    United Kingdom GDP per capita PPP

    RUSSIA GDP PER CAPITA PPP at 1990, $12,625.62
    Russia GDP per capita PPP

    INDIA GDP PER CAPITA PPP at 1990, $1,216.63 :coffee:
    India GDP per capita PPP

    CHINA GDP PER CAPITA PPP AT 1990, $1,100.66
    China GDP per capita PPP


    => while Average Growth Rate of India since 1951 itself stands at around 5.82% to date.....
     
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    rev10, India failed to copy Chinese Economic Reform in 1991

    Average GDP Growth Rate of Asian Industrialized Countries Since 1981


    My this post is just to keep a record of the comparative 'Average' Growth rate of India with "Newly Asian Industrialized" countries, along with the Matured Industrialized Asian countries like Korea, Japan, Singapore as below.

    this effort is just to keep an eye on the Average Growth Rate of India since 1981 to 2013, as compare to other 'Asian' Industrialized Countries :thumb:

    Select Country or Country Groups

    Newly industrialized country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    => Growth Rate Comparison since 1980 to 2013, for the 34 years

    1st, China: 9.89% since 1980

    2nd, India: 6.1% since 1981

    3rd, Philippines: 3.5% since 1980

    4th, Thailand: 5.4% since 1980

    5th, Indonesia: 5.2% since 1980

    6th, Malaysia: 5.8% since 1980

    7th, Singapore: 6.4% since 1980

    8th, Korea: 6.0% since 1980

    9th, Taiwan: 5.5% since 1980

    10th, Japan: 2.1% since 1980

    Select Country or Country Groups

    Newly industrialized country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    => here, we generally know 1991 Economic Reform as the year, till then Per Capita Income of India was higher than that of China. and this comparison clearly tells us, how population growth rate of around 2% since 1981, with 500mil extra people this way, has covered every success of India since 1947. while total number of Middle Class of India is itself more than total population at the time of freedom, 1947 :facepalm:

    => we have a comparison of India and China's Per Capita Income on PPP since 1990 as below, telling us the difference between Indian Open Market strategy with Chinese one since 1990...... India could have only around 5.4% growth rate for the 12 years in between 1991 to 2001, because of failing to even 'copy' the Chinese or ASEAN region Economic Reforms in 1991. even during 80s, the growth rate of India was at around 5.8%, before 1991 economic reform, which pulled India's growth rate down to 5.4% during the 12 years time since 1991 to 2002 :tsk:
    :facepalm:)

    first 8.0%+ groath rate was achieved by 2003-04, under Vajpayee government, and then he retired by June 2004. and it was mainly because of the investment initiatives, he adopted since 1997, and its effects we saw since 2003-04 onwards...
    even MBA degree expires in every 10 years time, clearly stating, 1991 economic reform failed to copy those like China or ASEAN region, and the blame goes to the concerned government departments as whole....

    India GDP - real growth rate - Economy

    (and yes, India then became an "investment driven growth" economy since the Vajpayee government, similar to CHina-ASEAN region, true. higher the investments in infrastructure, higher the growth rate achieved....)

    => BRITAIN GDP PER CAPITA PPP at 1991, $23,924.22
    United Kingdom GDP per capita PPP | 1990-2014 | Data | Chart | Calendar

    RUSSIA GDP PER CAPITA PPP at 1991, $15,625.62
    Russia GDP per capita PPP | 1990-2014 | Data | Chart | Calendar | Forecast

    INDIA GDP PER CAPITA PPP at 1991, $1,812.36 :ranger:
    India GDP per capita PPP | 1990-2014 | Data | Chart | Calendar | Forecast

    CHINA GDP PER CAPITA PPP AT 1991, $1,554.01
    China GDP per capita PPP | 1990-2014 | Data | Chart | Calendar | Forecast
     
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    => while Average Growth Rate of India since 1951 itself stands at around 5.81% to date.....
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    => with that, there was a 'plagiarism case' on Indian Economic Reform in 1991 too :tsk:
     
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    Comparison of 10 years of 1981-90 to 1991-2000, considering early 1991 "Economic Reform" of India

    considering even MBA degree expires in 10 years time

    sir, further to the above post, we have some fundamental analysis of India's "Economic Reform" in early 1991 as below:

    1st; we have Excel Sheet Calculation of 10 years of 'Average Economic Growth Rate of India, for 1981-90 and 1991-2000, considering early 1991 as the year of Economic Reform. and 1981-90 10years, just before 1991 Economic Reform.

    Average Growth Rate 1981-90 = 5.58%
    Average Growth Rate 1991-2000= 5.57%
    (considering, even a MBA degree expires in 10 years time, and 2001+ of India belongs to the steps taken by Mr Vajpayee government during 1998-2004 periods....)

    India GDP - real growth rate - Economy
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    2nd; while comparing with China, its 'Excel Sheet' calculation of the 10 years of 1991-2000 as below:

    Average Growth Rate of India for the 10years 1991-2000 = 5.57% (or 55.7% marks for Mr Manmohan Singh, "passed".)
    India GDP - real growth rate - Economy

    Average Growth Rate of China for the 10years of 1991-2000 = 10.4% (or, 100%+ marking for Chinese Economic Reform...)
    China GDP - real growth rate - Economy

    3rd; we just discussed, if India suffered with Asian Economic Crisis during the 1998+, then the same is true for China also???? and if India's Economic Reform occurred by early 1991, you have no discount of leaving the year 1991 or 1992, when the growth rate of India was lower....

    4th; Chinese Economic Reform occurred by early 80s, following ASIAN economic reforms too, which resulted in 8.0%+ average growth rate of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore etc during the whole 80s, check. and there was always a joke stating, "Per Capita Income of India was higher than that of China till 1991, as they couldn't even 'copy' Chinese or ASEAN Economic Reform of early 80s.
    and we are discussing, why the 10years period of 1991 to 2000 Economic Reform of India had 'bit' lesser growth rate than the 1981-1990 10 years period, the 10 years of just 1991 Economic Reform? (5.57% average growth rate during 1991-2000, as compare to 5.58% average growth rate of 1981-1990 period? on this Excel Sheet Calculation)

    5th; even till the period of 1991-97, the Rao government with the Finance minister Mr M.M.Singh, the Excel Sheet calculation of India's growth rate is "5.24%", much lower than 1981-90 10years period of 5.58% average growth rate..

    India GDP - real growth rate - Economy
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    6th; we find, total foreign investment in India during 1998-2004 period of Vajpayee government was much higher than 1991-97 period of Rao government. which does state more aggressive FDI policy of Vajpayee government than the Rao government. and yes, India too took the path of "Investment Driven Growth Rate", similar to China.... higher the investment in infrastructure, higher growth rate. for example of the current 5 years of plan, having around $1.0trillion investment in infrastructure, means for around $200billion a year in the $2.0trillion Indian economy on nominal terms, hence we would get at least 4%+ growth rate due to Investment in infrastructure only....
    7th; and i repeat, the calculation of Indian Economic Reform 'includes' 1991, leaving no discount for manipulation of 10years growth rate comparison of 10 years of 1991-2000 to 1981-90, the 10 years of just before "early 1991 of Indian Economic Reform"... and yes, the strategic decision is taken by the concern departments as whole, so it was more the "Rao Government Economic Reform", in its true sense....
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    8th; The Share of Agriculture in GDP:- one more dominant factor in GDP calculation of Asian Economies, whats the share of agriculture which may hardly grow at around 2% on long run, mainly in case of Asian developing economies like India-ASEAN-China????? we find, GDP's overall growth rate is mainly determinant of Industrial and Service sector's contribution.

    and for India, the 1981-90 10years time had around 35% share of Agriculture in Economy, 'on average for 1o years of 1981-90'.
    while the 1991 to 2000 10years period had around 25% share of Agriculture in GDP, "on average" of 1991 to 2000.

    means, 1981-90 period does suffer this dis-advantage too??? showing bit better performance of 80s as compare to India's Economic Reform period of 90s....
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    9th; last but not least, first 8%+ growth rate of India was achieved by the year 2003-04,and then Mr Vajpayee retired by June 2004, after 12 years of Economic Reform of early 1991.
    India logs 8.2% GDP growth rate in 2003-04

    while, even before Vajpayee government which started since 1998, "the 7 years" of 1991 to 1997 of Rao led economic reform achieved hardly around 5.24 average growth rate, as per Excel Sheet calculation from the IMF's data's as below.

    India GDP - real growth rate - Economy

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    10th; and what the "economic reform" really means for? check the growth rate of China, including ASEAN region like Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, since their early 80s economic reform, as below. over 8.0%+ growth for these economies was a news almost every year during the 80s, while this happiness India achieved after 12 years of 1991 economic reform, by the financial year 2003-04

    India is best comparable to CHina+ASEAN region 'only'. and its very true that first India had a 'late' Open Market Strategy, and also we got no learning of early 80s economic revolution in China+ASEAN.... just have a look on the 80s growth rate of China and ASEAN region as below, who had these open market strategy mainly since the early 80s..... and compare to first India's 8.0%+ growth rate by 2003-04,after 12 years of 1991 economic reform....

    Malaysia: http://www.indexmundi.com/malaysia/gdp_real_growth_rate.html


    China: http://www.indexmundi.com/china/gdp_real_growth_rate.html


    Thailand: http://www.indexmundi.com/thailand/gdp_real_growth_rate.html


    Indonesia: http://www.indexmundi.com/indonesia/gdp_real_growth_rate.html


    Singapore: http://www.indexmundi.com/singapore/gdp_real_growth_rate.html

     
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    Mumbai, January 18, 2017: Reliance Defence and Engineering Limited has successfully delivered yet another 74,500 DWT new-built Ice-class Panamax Bulk Carrier viz. ‘Sea Amber’ on January 17, 2017 to an international customer. Reliance Shipyard has delivered till date seven similar size, Ice-class Panamax Vessels to its international customers. The Ship has been built as per one of the best-in-class international standards meeting the toughest environmental emission norms as well as fuel economy (EEDI standard).

    Dimension of the Vessel are as follows:

    Length, overall : 224.90 meters
    Breadth, moulded : 32.25 meters
    Depth, moulded : 19.70 meters

    Reliance Defence and Engineering Limited Reliance Defence and Engineering Limited (RDEL) has the largest engineering infrastructure in India and is one of the largest in the world. The Company is the first private sector company in India to obtain the licence and contract to build warships. The facility houses the only modular shipbuilding facility with a capacity to build fully fabricated and outfitted blocks. The fabrication facility is spread over 2.1 million sq. ft. The shipyard has a pre-erection berth of 980 meters length and 40 meters width, and 2 Goliath cranes with combined lifting capacity of 1,200 tonnes, besides outfitting berth length of 780 meters.

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    Nothing impressive, just that some people were claiming that our commercial shipbuilding industry was dead. :sarcastic:
     
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    1990 INDIA GDP PER CAPITA PPP $1,216.63
    1990 CHINA GDP PER CAPITA PPP $1,100.66


    2015 China GDP PER CAPITA PPP USD 13571.70
    2015 India GDP PER CAPITA PPP USD 5730.14


    http://www.tradingeconomics.com/china/gdp-per-capita-ppp
    http://www.tradingeconomics.com/india/gdp-per-capita-ppp

    After 25 years, GDP per capita PPP deference between China and India shows the failure of Indian economic policies.
     
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