India, a two-speed economic giant

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What if it were the great economic power of the future? India is a country in full economic turmoil driven by the technology sector. Symbol: The heads of Google, Microsoft, Adobe and IBM are of Indian origin. India is keen to conquer the world, but India suffers from serious shortcomings: particularly social inequalities, which are exacerbated by the health crisis. Unemployment there is a structural problem related to the weakness of the industrial instrument. The South Asian giant is looking for its development model.

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