India not even close to where China was 5 years ago: Chinese daily
BEIJING: Taking a dig at an American media report that India replaces China as next big frontier for the US tech companies, an article in state-run Chinese daily said India was “not even close” where China was five years ago.
Commenting on the New York Times report that “India replaces China as next big frontier for US tech companies” after meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping with the executives of US tech companies during their recent visits to the US, an article in the Global Times today pointed to the inability of the BJP government to get the GST legislation through the Parliament.
Suresh Chabria (Chennai)
We will overtake you. The greatest asset for India is the command of the English Language. Chinese are ruled by military dic*torship.They have no freedom of speech and no right to private property. They are just like slaves being made to work with the barrel of the gun pointed towards their head.What is the use of such existence. Chinese are trying to migrate to other countries to lead a better quality of life
Shashi Ranjan (Unknown)
It is well said. India needs aggressive policy making, implementation and monitoring, to exceed China. There are many areas where India needs to work hard to catch up China
Pug Pug (Unknown)
We are over estimating ourselves
Smells like frustation , just like pakistan does…
i have to grudgingly admit that all the points raised by the chinese daily (even if state-run) make sense and they could be right..
Rajesh Makharia (mumbai)
Chinese daily is being generous. India is actually behind China by 25 Years.
Ansh sharma (Unknown)
Strange.. but one thing is for Sure India needs a lot of catch up
Subrata Pramanick (Kolkata)
Where was China during Mahabharata time
Col Ranbir Lamba (PTA) replies to Subrata Pramanick
building china wall
Vishwanath Purohit (Unknown)
Don’t worry it will catch you soon. The way Modiji is working hard surely results will start coming after few years.
It is only a matter of time