India Economic Summit 2005
Meeting India’s resource needs for future infrastructure development is a long-term industrial challenge and will require adjustments in consumption patterns both within the country and across the region. The public and private sectors must develop a holistic approach to the problem, linking capacity, efficiency and sustainability. The struggle for future financial and natural resources is a simplified view of India’s growth challenge. But the implications are that India will embrace a foreign policy that promotes closer commercial ties to Africa, the Middle East and East Asia. The sheer size and scale of the future Indian economy will also bring new dimensions to regional and global competitiveness. [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information] The web site is no longer available.
|Conference venues:||New Delhi|
|Organizers:||World Economic Forum|
|Classification:||A1 - General Economics ; F0 - International Economics. General|