The Complexity that is India

By Balbir B. Bhasin
published by Business Expert Press 2012
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The Innovator's DNA: Mastering the Five Skills of Disruptive InnovatorsIndia is a major economic force in the global economy with an estimated gross domestic product (GDP) of $3.8 trillion, placing it on a par with Japan. By the end of 2013, it may be the third largest economy after the US and China.

This book, available as individual chapters, focuses on the business opportunities India offers the world. As the author explains in the introduction:

‘India offers tremendous opportunities for investment and business. It is a thriving democracy. It has a capitalist economy that has a high savings rate…India has a large talent pool that is English speaking. Its massive population is young and well educated…India’s banking sector is strong…The financial system is well regulated.

‘Yet, India is a “love it or hate it” country with great potential but one that no one pretends is easy to manoeuvre.’

This book provides keys to success, including guidelines for selecting partners and appointing agents, as well as negotiating techniques that work in India. It also provides a comprehensive list of web resources to help the reader explore further and connect with government and private sector bodies.

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About the authors

Balbir B. Bhasin has over 19 years of global management and entrepreneurship experience in North America, Asia, Africa and Australia. He is an expert in strategic planning and positioning, emerging markets, entrepreneurship, global negotiations, organisational diagnosis, staffing and development. He currently works as a consultant for Evalueserve Circle of Experts and the Gerson Lehrman Group, New York.

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