China and India a Political Comparison
POL353: Comparative Politics
Instructor: Pamela Hunter
India and China are two very interesting and fascinating countries when one discusses their political systems, political cultures, economic growth, and they have world’s two largest populations. Looking into the future of both countries with so many dynamic things each possess’ shows a great opportunity for both countries to do great things. While they are two very different cultures, they both will contribute greatly to the world.
The countries of China and India are both very fascinating and are making their presents felt in the world. Each contributes in its own way. China due to the U.S. economic growth as seen a rise in exports “China's export volume was stronger than expected in July, surging 14.5 percent from the previous year to USD 212.9 billion, China's General Administration of Customs said in a statement Friday. The sharp rise in exports lifted China's trade surplus to a record USD 47.3 billion last month.” (PNA, 2014) It is no secret that China is one of the biggest exporters in the world and thus plays a valuable part in the world economy and will no doubt continue ot do so in the future. India’s economy is expected to grow 6.4% in 2013-14. “Gross domestic product is forecast to grow 6.4 percent in 2013-14, up from 5 percent in the previous year, which was the slowest pace in a decade. Rangarajan hinted that estimate for 2012-13 might be lifted upwards.”(RTTNEWS, 2013) Each has great importance in the world economy. While this paper is not about the economies of China and India but the examples above does give a hint to their importance and place in the world. China is a communist country. One thing to keep in mind is that the political environment in China is moving the country into a full established market economy. China-Britain.org describes...