印度网友：这很大的责任都于印度公司的出口服务。 我们进口超过60％的商品，造成的赤字要远远大于出口的服务。事实上，出口服务只是增强了卢比兑美元汇率。 另一方面，中国的货币被低估了，其便宜的劳动力，电力，快速运输和良好的基础设施辅助制造业。 另一方面，印度仍然处于如对付例如像Mamota didi政治家的阶段!!!!!!
Why isn't India a manufacturing powerhouse? What can India learn from China?
Anup Mohan, Indian, Working in China for over 1.5 Years
I have been working in China for over a year now and there are many observations that I have made. I will divide it in few categories for you to get a better understanding.
a.Roads and Highways - China has the world’s largest network of Expressways. They have been planned and were constructed as 6–8 laned from the beginning itself. Also, one of the things I love about highways in China is that most of the times they are vertical as in they are constructed as long bridges, in Indian term just like a super long flyover. It is extremely smart since it doesn't require land acquisition (A major problem in India) and still fulfills the purpose and doesn't create a problem with the land owner.
a.公路 - 中国拥有世界上最大的高速公路网。公路被规划好并且从一开始的建造就是按6-8车道的标准。另外，我喜欢中国高速公路的事情之一是，在大多数时候，它们是垂直建设的，公路被建造成长桥，如果按照印度的标准，中国公路就像一个超长的天桥。这是非常聪明的，因为它不需要征地（印度的一个主要问题），而且符合目的，不会造成占地的问题。
b.Housing - One thing I absolutely love about China is its strong will to accommodate every single person in it. No matter which city I go to, big or small, metro or normal, I always find super tall apartment buildings that are as high as 40–50 floors. Again, as in highways, going vertical than horizontal (As in India). These are luxurious apartment for rich class as well as lower income apartments. Accommodating the world’s most powerful middle class is a daunting task in itself.
c.Bullet Trains - Imagine this, in 2008 China didn't have High Speed Trains where as in 2012, it had the longest network of High Speed Trains in the world. Such magnanimous construction of bullet trains on a national level has never been thought of attempting than in China. These trains don't just carry people but has become an economic backbone of China. And yes, the train stations are giganticly massive and even the ones in some small cities are better than many Tier 2 cities’ airports in India including Delhi Domestic Airport (T1D).
c.子弹头火车 - 想象一下，在2008年中国还没有高速火车，但到了2012年，它拥有世界上最长的高速火车网。这样庞大的子弹头列车建设从未被认为能在中国实行。这些火车不仅仅是能载人，而且已经成为中国的经济脊梁骨。火车站是无比巨大的，甚至在一些小城市，也比印度的许多二线城市的机场还要好包括德里国内机场（T1D）。
d.Overall infrastructural development - If there is one reason of why China is, what it is today, the building block of that in Infrastructure. Once I went to Ningbo, a city famous of universities and about 3 hours away from Shanghai. It is not a metro city as such and not that famous/big too. But I was shocked while walking on the road with 16 lane highways and 20–30 floor buildings in each side. The view and architecture and the infrastructure of such a small city is incomparable with our Delhi and Mumbai. The amount of planning and money that have gone into it is evident by looking at it for a second.
d.全面的基础设施建设 - 如果有一个原因为什么是中国，为什么是今天，那就是基础设施建设。一次我去了宁波，去一所着名的大学，距离上海约3个小时。宁波不是一个地铁城市，也不是那些有名的大城市。但是在路上行走时，我感到非常震惊，每条高速公路有16条车道和车道两边的20-30层高楼。这样一个小城市的景观，建筑和基础设施是德里和孟买是无法比拟的。通过观察一秒钟你就可以得出这需要海量的计划和金钱。
2.Living and Lifetsyle
a.No Cash - One of the things I absolutely love about China is that if I don't have cash, I don't need to worry about anything. Imagine, if you could pay at a super market through whatsapp? That's what wechat does to you. BTW, I always say there are 2 gods in China. One is wechat (Chinese version of whatsapp) and second is Taobao (read more about it in the next point). I don't carry cash and always use wechat pay in taxis, super markets, cafes and so on.
a.无现金生活 - 我超级喜欢中国的事情之一是，如果我没有现金，我不需要担心任何事情。想像一下，如果您可以通过whatsapp在超级市场上付款？对，这是wechat对你做的。 顺便说一下，我总是说中国有两位神。一个是wechat（中文版的whatsapp），第二个是淘宝，我已经习惯了不携带现金，总是在出租车，超级市场，咖啡馆等地用微信付款。
b.E-Commerce - China already has the biggest E-Commerce market on the planet. As I was talking about the 2nd God of China I.e. taobao, an online shopping website much like ebay, owned by Alibaba sells everything from a wife (YES!) to airplanes and even trains. In order to boost e-commerce, alibaba is investing into rural internet sector. People love to shop online in China and many of them wait for hours because there will be a sale post that wait.
b。电子商务 - 中国已经在全球拥有最大的电子商务市场。正如我在谈论中国的第二神。淘宝网，一个非常像ebay的在线购物网站，由阿里巴巴拥有，从老婆（YES！）到飞机，甚至火车都卖。为了推动电子商务，阿里巴巴正在投资农村网络。人们喜欢在中国网上购物，其中许多人等待几个小时，因为会有秒杀机会。
c.Health and Healthy - When I was working in India, I was considered a fit person. The moment I moved to China, I was the fattest person on my team. Chinese people have the highest standards possible for fitness and being healthy. There were many instances during my experience here when I would eat something sweet (say putting sugar in coffee or an ice-cream) and the people around me would make fun of me saying, this is not healthy and will make you have diabetes, etc. Their food is also made in such a way that it's healthy. No wonder I have lost 18 KGs in 1 years (from 88 to 70).
c。健康与健康生活 - 当我在印度工作时，我被认为是一个标准体重的人。当我搬到中国的那一刻，我是我们队中最胖的人。中国人拥有健康最高标准。在我待在这里的经历中，有很多情况下，我会吃点甜点（比如把糖放在咖啡或冰淇淋里），周围的人让我关心的说，这不健康，会让你有糖尿病等，中国人的食物也是以健康的方式制作的。难怪我在一年内甩了18公斤的膘（从88到70）。
d.Governed Internet - As much as people don't like to see it this way. As its famously known, Chinese Internet has firewall restrictions that doesn't allow people to use global internet content and has even banned websites like Google, Facebook, etc. I have always thought that having restricted Internet is better than having free internet due to many reasons as follows -
d.监管的互联网 - 尽管可能很多人不喜欢看到这样的内容。众所周知，中国互联网具有防火墙限制，不允许人们使用全球互联网，甚至禁止像Google，Facebook等网站。我一直认为，监管互联网比得到免费的互联网要好的多，原因如下 -
i.Terrorism - You will be shocked to know this but there was a team when no one on my team knew about ISIS, at a time when it was all over the media because internet was governed and everything related to it was blocked by the government. It's a complete solution to all the problems that many countries face today.
i.恐怖主义 - 你会惊讶地知道这一点，当我的团队中没有人知道ISIS的时候，在媒体上，因为互联网被管制，与之相关的一切恐怖信息都被政府所封锁。这是许多国家今天面临的所有问题的完美的解决方案。
ii.Local Version Creation - Yes, since global websites don't work that gives the economy a chance to create a local accustomed version. This in turn boosts job creation.
ii。本地互联网版本创建 - 是的，因为全球网站不能在中国工作，这给了中国人有机会创建本地习惯的互联网版本。这反过来又增加了创造就业机会。
iii.Helps maintain positivity in people - Many a times, as an Indian I read articles and blogs about Indians hate India. About how everything is just not right and then a blame game begins. Another way of dealing with it is how Chinese do it, have a problem and then invite solutions from people, hire them and let them take it further.
iii。帮助人们保持积极性 - 很多时候，作为印度人，我读了很多关于印度人的文章和博客都是说印度人恨印度。关于一切如何不正确，然后导致一个奇怪的游戏开始。处理这个问题的另一个办法是看中国人怎么做，有问题，然后邀请人们解决问题，聘请他们，让进一步去处理。
e.Food Timings - Breakfast Around 9. Lunch at 12–1. Dinner at 5–6. The best. No one eats anything after dinner as it's considered unhealthy. Everyone respects this time. It gives enough time to digest food and not like India where we eat and then sleep without any time for digesting food.
e.吃饭时间 - 早餐约9点，中餐12-1点。晚餐5-6点。这是最好的。晚餐后没有人吃任何东西，因为它被认为是不健康的。每个人都尊重这一次。这给了胃足够的时间消化食物，而不是像我们在印度，吃完后就睡觉，没有任何时间消化食物。
3.People and their Characteritics
a.Installation of ‘being proud’ of my history - Chinese are taught to be proud of their history. They often consider their history as the oldest , which factually is wrong. But it's a famous saying in China that you are experiencing 5000 years of history and 30 years of continuous economic development, in China. The percentage of Chinese people knowing the names of each emperor who has ever ruled China will be atleast 50% more than India. When I was in the class 10th, I learnt French Revolution and more about international history but Chinese learn about themselves first.
b.Efficiency of People and Commitment - I often say this. If an Indian takes 10 hours to accomplish a task, the same can be done in 3 hours by a Chinese. We, Indians, have had a lazy atmosphere to grow in. For example, need a tea every couple of hours for which we will take a break, and so on and so forth. You will be shocked to know that generally there are no work timings in China as they are in India. It always workS according to the tasks, if you finish early, leave early, if you finish late, leave later. Not like India, where you constantly keep looking at the watch, waiting for the time to end.
b。有效率的人民和信守承诺 - 我经常这样说。如果印度人需要10个小时才能完成任务，中国人可以在3小时内完成任务。我们印度人有一种增长的懒惰氛围，例如，每几个小时就需要喝茶休息，等等。你会很惊讶地知道，中国一般没有工作时间，不像印度。中国人总是按照任务工作，如果你早点完成，就早点离开，如果你做不完，就推迟再离开。不像印度，你经常要看着手表，等着下班。
c.Neutral Sentiments about India - You will be shocked to know this. Many times I asked people of what do they think of India. And most of the replies I get are ‘Growing Economy’, ‘Buddhism’. Now, when I ask the same question in India, people say ‘enemy’ ‘unreliable’, etc. Sometimes I even asked them if they know about the current ongoing border disputes between India and China, or even about 1962 war. Shockingly, they don't.
c。关于对印度的中性情绪 - 你会惊讶地知道这一点。很多时候，当我问人们他们对印度的看法。我得到的大部分答复是“经济成长”，“佛教”。但是，如果我在印度问同一个问题时，印度人们会说“敌人”是不可靠的“等等。有时甚至问他们是否知道当前正在进行的印度与中国之间的边界争端，甚至是1962年的战争。令人震惊的是，中国人都不知道。
4.Government and Administration
a.Effective Management - I will give you an example. Many times, I see some people who keep walking on the street with a picker and a box. They keep collecting the leaves dropped on the road for the trees above. They keep doing that throughout the day. Obviously, they work in the municipal department. Another example, I have been to 18 countries but I haven't seen a city as green as Beijing. It's remarkably true. Another example, the pollution system in Beijing. It's divided in 5 levels and the most extreme levels have implications that shut factories down and even declare a holiday. The fact is, that everyone follows it.
a。有效管理 - 我会给你一个例子。很多时候，我看到有些人在街上走着，一边拿着一个扫帚和簸箕。他们不断收集落在路上的树叶，上面的树枝。他们一整天都在这样做。显然，他们在为市政部门工作。另一个例子，我去过18个国家，但我还没有看到像北京一样绿色的城市。这是非常真实的，又如，北京的污染体系分为5个层次，最极端的层面是有关闭工厂关闭甚至宣布假期。事实是，每个人都遵循它。
b.Upliftment of all sections - China has the world’s biggest middle class. Below that, even the lower class which lacks education, skills and lives in villages get employment opportunities like if there is a cloth manufacturing factory in the vicinity or the nearest city then the people in the village will be taught on how they can contribute to it in the easiest ways possible. So in such a case, they are taught ironing and then ultimately become employed. China has engaged everyone and every class of the society with its economic miracle.
b。阶级的转换 - 中国是世界上最大的中产阶级。在此之下，即使是缺少教育和技能，生活在村庄的下层阶级也提供就业机会，如在附近或最近的城市有制衣厂，就会教会村里的人们如何在最简单的方式下做可能的贡献。所以在这种情况下，人们被教育，然后最终被雇用。中国已经实现了个人和社会各阶层的经济奇迹。
a.Start up Environment - China has the highest number of start up incubators, VCs, Angel Investors in the world. Many of the incubators are managed by the government. The government is actively involved with it and the youth is increasingly getting diverted towards entrepreneurialism, much higher than India. Eg. All Chinese phone companies in India are start ups except few.
a.启动环境 - 中国在世界上首先建立了企业创业孵化器，风投，天使投资者人数最多。许多孵化器由政府管理。政府积极参与，青年越来越多地转向创业主义，这远高于印度。例如。印度的所有中国电话公司都是初创企业，除了少数。
b.Indigenousization - As explained earlier, when everything has a local version, it creates more employment opportunities for the economy and promotes innovation as people try to make it better and align it with local customs and tradition. For a country like India, it can generate a lot of employment. For example, Tata Indica (the first indigenous car made in India) had involved and engaged more people than any other car, primarily because others were simply made and sent to India where Indica was thoroughly researched project involving knocked down details of each aspect.
b。本土化 - 如前所述，当一切都有本地版本的时候，它会为经济创造更多的就业机会，并促进创新，因为人们试图使之更好地与当地的习俗和传统保持一致。对于像印度这样的国家，它可以产生大量的就业机会。例如，塔塔印度（Tata Indica）（印度制造的第一辆本土汽车）聘用了比任何其他汽车公司更多的印度人，主要是因为其他公司只是把半成品发往印度并简单地制造，所以印度被彻底排除研究的项目涉及到每个方面的细节之外。
c.Innovation- Chinese invest a lot of resources into Innovation. For eg, the problem with ever increasing screen sizes of smart phones was their batteries. Chinese came up with the concept of a power bank. Today, you will not find even a single power bank not made in China. Indians on the other side focus more on accomplishment than challenging the paradigms to innovate.
c。创新 - 中国投入大量资源进行创新。例如，智能手机屏幕尺寸不断变大导致电池续航问题。中国人想出了一个充电宝的概念。今天你甚至不会找到一个没有在中国制造的充电宝。另一方面，印度人更注重成就，而不是挑战创新的范式。
d.SEZs- Shenzhen, One of the biggest SEZs in China is a role model for SEZ in the world. Every electronic product which is made in China will be made in Shenzhen, from a Samsung LED TV to a fake charging wire. And yes, everything is exported to all over the world through Hong Kong (A global financial hub) from Shenzhen. What a combination to learn from!
a.Live in Dormitories - One thing I absolutely love about Chinese education system is that it is mandatory for you to live in a dormitory while studying in the university. I have grown up in Delhi, living with my parents where everything was given to me in a plate. In India, A lot of of cities have ‘colleges’ where you go in the morning and come back in the afternoon/evening. This teaches us education but not life, a very essential part of university education is missed out on. Compare that with Chinese, who would have to live in a university outside his/her parents cocoon where he/she would not just learn studies but also about how to live among others, how to live by yourself, how to manage your finances, etc etc. Since it is mandated in China, a Chinese graduate would score much higher than an Indian in terms of life’s education over university education.
a.住在宿舍里 - 我超级喜欢中国教育制度的一件事是，在大学读书时，你必须住在宿舍。我在德里长大，和我父母住在一起。在印度，很多城市早上都有上“大学”，下午/晚上回来。这教导我们只是接受教育而不是生活，大学教育的另一个非常重要的部分被忽略了。与印度人相比，中国学生必须住在他/她的父母保护之外的一所大学，他/她不会只学习学习，而且还有如何生活在别人之间，如何自己生活，如何管理你的财务等，中国毕业生在中国的任职期间，在大学教育方面的生活教育比印度人高得多。
b.Army Training - Army training is mandated in all state and federal universities in China. This is where they are taught to be proud of their history, of their legacy. Also, this training consists of Living in a forest for a week or 2 to live in an army lifestyle. By going through such an experience, a young person automatically becomes supportive of the army by looking at the everyday challenges they go through to protect their country. Imagine this in Chhattisgarh, for fighting Marxists? Or even Kashmir? I have met many Chinese people outside China and history always remains in their veins.
b.军训 - 军训是在中国所有州立和联邦大学授权的。这是他们被教导为他们的历史和遗产感到自豪的地方。此外，培训包括在一个森林里生活一个星期，或者2个星期，经历生活在一个军队的生活方式。通过这样的经历，一个年轻人通过观察他们通过的日常挑战来保护自己的国家，自动成为对军队的支持。想象一下这个在Chhattisgarh，为了战斗的马克思主义者？甚至克什米尔？我遇到了在中国以外的很多中国人，历史依然存在于他们的血脉中。
These were many experiences that I could think of. There are many more on the back of my mind.
In the end, China has a lot to learn from India And India has a lot to learn from China. The question is, how much are they willing to accept each other in order to learn from each other? Think about it.
Keertana S, Economics Freak and Indian
India isn’t a manufacturing powerhouse because most businesses in our country’s policies have historically favored a move towards the tech and service sector more than manufacturing. Moreover, less focus on maintaining infrastructure, unreliable power supply etc. have added to this. While assembly plants do exist in cities such as Pune and Chennai, in Indian plants these operations are also increasingly automated.
An interesting question to ask, though, is whether India needs to learn from China and follow their exact path to progress. While China’s ascension to stardom has been backed by a flourishing manufacturing sector, India’s strengths have, through incidents of last three decades (and especially due to its active involvement during the IT boom of 1990s), been in the services and Tech Industry. And that has been doing us great good, because India is perhaps the only developing country with such competitive advantage in the tech and communication services sector. Perhaps, India’s rise to superpowerdom can occur by focusing on these strengths in services instead of on manufacturing.
The RBI Chief Raghuram Rajan said, a “Make for India” campaign would be better for our country than a “Make in India” campaign endorsed by Modi. With demand for cheap manufactured goods growing at a slower pace than during China’s rise, India may have a hard time asserting its advantage and finding new markets for its goods. Like China today, India may have to rely on domestic demand to fuel its growth. And yes, domestic demand for more manufacturing, especially in building better infrastructure to re-energize our crumbling bridges, roads, houses and trains, will definitely be a booming market for Indian manufacturing to target. Globally, however, there are already enough countries way ahead of ours, who have through the last several years built a great competitive advantage in a market we are just seeking to enter.
So what India can learn about China, and from looking at its current slowing growth from a historic concentration on manufacturing, is to not also solely rely on being a manufacturing powerhouse, but instead focusing on its recently well-developed strength in services.
Garima Namdeo, Besotted by Quora!
A large blame of this lies on Indian companies exporting services. What happens is we import more than 60% goods than we export n the remaining deficit in covered by the export of services. In fact Exporting services has strengthened rupee against dollar. China on the other hand has kept its currency undervalued.
Cheap labour, electricity,speedy transport and good infrastructure aided manufacturing sector. India on the other hand is still at a stage where it has to deal with politicos like Mamota didi!!!!!!
这很大的责任都于印度公司的出口服务。 我们进口超过60％的商品，造成的赤字要远远大于出口的服务。事实上，出口服务只是增强了卢比兑美元汇率。 另一方面，中国的货币被低估了，其便宜的劳动力，电力，快速运输和良好的基础设施辅助制造业。 另一方面，印度仍然处于如对付例如像Mamota didi政治家的阶段!!!!!!
Gurudutt Mallapur, Proud to be Bharatiya
Why things are the way they are in India and China:
China was/is communist i.e. pro-labour, anti-rich. Today it has realised that jobs for labour will only come from rich industrialists. However they've just allowed industrialists to make money and provide jobs. Everything else - esp. state control by communist party and army - remains as strong as ever. Orders come from above and are implemented at once unlike in democractic India.
中国是共产主义，即亲劳工，反对富人。但是中国今天已经意识到，劳动就业只会带来自富有的实业家。然而，他们只是允许企业家赚钱和提供工作。所有的一切 - 尤其是共产党和军队依然如往昔一样强大控制一切。订单来自GCD和军队，并且立即执行，不像印度的脱口秀。
China started this change around 13 years ago while India was still shackled with red-tape and anti-industry laws and policies with lots of subsidies to get votes. They took the route of becoming low-cost 'assemblers' of components made by other Asian countries. This yields labour-intensive low skill jobs. This is also an extremely polluting and dangerous business which lays waste to the land, rivers and forests.
Investments have come in from Chinese diaspora based on family and village connections. US and Europe found it difficult to bring down labour-costs and pollution controls. So they outsourced the dirty work to sweat-shops in China and SE-Asia.
India on the other hand took a different turn. If you look back at Socialist India of Nehru's dreams and see the Raj-Kapoor movies it also sang the tune of 'Gareebi Hatao' and was anti-industrialist with it's License Raj syndrome. It took us a drain on balance of payments and Gold Reserve hypothecation to loosen this mind-set during Narasimha Rao rule. Latest UPA 10 years rule has seen unprecedented scams and imports without limit. This lead us back to current 'kangaali' i.e. empty pockets.
另一方面，印度也有不同的反转。如果你回顾社会主义印度的尼赫鲁的梦想，看Raj-Kapoor的电影，它也唱“Gareebi Hatao”的曲调，这是反对实业家综合症。在Narasimha Rao统治期间，我们大大减少了国际收支和黄金储备。
Capitalism OR Communism when taken to extremes will both lead us down a deep pit!!
S. Gurumurthy talks about the evolution of both these recent ideologies and contrasts with the Bhaaratiya way of looking at economics as one part of a larger whole (dharma, artha, kama, moksha) :
Even if we don't go back to a simpler society as described by Gurumurthy, still we need not copy the West/China wholesale.
India must work on its own strengths rather than blindly copying others. At the very least adapt their solutions to our conditions.
Things to learn from China :
Manufacturing can give quick jobs but at the cost of pollution and laying waste to the environment.
We cannot import food/water for such a huge population if this happens.
We should seek out better quality and less polluting work by training our working population better than China. We can plan this transition from the outset so as to parallelly work on hi-tech work and crude manufacturing.