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India vs. China - New World Powers

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Task: Provide an evaluation of 2 articles - one about China beating India and one contending this view.

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Hi,
You are being asked to do an evaluation of 2 articles - one about China beating India and one contending this view. This means that you will have to look at each article and form your own evaluation, making a decision or judgment about each. I suggest following this outline:

1. Article 1 Evaluation - 400 words
- Publication details - 100 words
- Arguments 100 words
- Support by facts & logic - 400 words
- Critique on conclusion - 100 words

2. Article 2 Evaluation - 400 words
- Publication details - 100 words
- Arguments 100 words
- Support by facts & logic - 100 words
- Critique on conclusion - 100 words

3. Conclusion - which article do you think is most convincing? 200 words

Having settled on this, you can now work on your evaluation. The solution below follows the suggested outline. It is up to you to utilize it accordingly. Good luck with your studies.

Sincerely,
OTA 105878/Xenia Jones
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Article 1 Evaluation

This particular article discusses the growing economy of India, and why, according to the author 'India will beat China'. The following are the article details:

â?¢ Author: William Nobrega
â?¢ Title: Why India Will Beat China
â?¢ Publication Details: Bloomberg Business week, July 22, 2008

William Nobrega is an essayist and journalist for Business week. This particular piece is opinion-based wherein Nobrega relates his views and opinions based on several factors that, for him, matter, in weighing up the debate of whether India or China will prevail as the foremost economic and social Giant in Asia. He declares: "An entrenched and vibrant democracy will ultimately drive India to outperform China socially and economically," making Nobrega take the case of India over China in this particular debate.

Nobrega offers the following logical and social observations:

"As India becomes urbanized many families will choose to sell or borrow against their land so that they can start businesses, buy apartments, or provide education opportunities for their children. India is at the beginning of a gradual migration that is being driven by the development of high-end manufacturing and other sunrise industries that will require a vast pool of semiskilled and skilled labor...This transition will facilitate the sale of land holdings by an ...

Solution Summary

The solution provides an evaluation of the following articles: "India vs. China: Whose Economy Is Better?" by Michael Schuman and "Why India Will Beat China" by William Nobrega. The solution includes a suggested outline to help students in putting together the 2 article evaluations in one evaluative essay on the topic of India vs. China. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic. a word version of the solution is also attached.

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