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Its frustrating to pick up the phone to call your customer and the line is dead Or your shipment is delayed in customs and no one provides answers However 950 million people do live and conduct commerce and make profits in India and you can too Agarwal Alpa 1996 pp 6 South-East Asia is the place to be in todays world Highly successful companies and new kinds of business methods make several Asian countries famous for their fast growing markets except India This country counting the 2nd world largest population has great potential but cannot turn it into reality Between 1960 and 1990 Indias GDP lagged far behind average level of Asian countries with an average growth of almost 4 Over the same period Pakistans GDP grew by 5 a year Indonesias by 6 Thailands by 7 Taiwans by 8 and South Koreas by 9 Collyns Charles 1997 pp 3 India is often compared with China because they have many similarities a huge market great needs of infrastructure telecommunication power transportation and investment But China is growing in all these areas while India lags behind The opening of the market in 1991 was a starting point to catch up with other Asian countries Although progress is made the door to Indias market is still not wide open The country faces too many problems as a result of their past This paper highlights in particular the problem of energy supply a serious necessity in a growing market The need for Foreign Direct Investment in this sector is the anomaly which is point of discussion The paradox of Indias needs and their political behaviour will be explained by their history of government policy and a power company that became famous as a model for political trouble in India History India independent since 1947 is ruled by central planning government controls subsidies and
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