For Richer or for Poorer

Robinson, Simon
November 2007
Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/12/2007, Issue 44, p7
The article discusses the political and economic state of India as of 2007, noting that the country is a nation of contrasts. The Indian economy was in the trillion dollar range and growing at a rate of nine percent per year. An international summit hosted by "Fortune" magazine in New Delhi is described, as is a peaceful protest march by landless peasants through the same city, which highlighted the enormous gaps between rich and poor.


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