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India - The next five years

Conversations with Dina:
Says Mashelkar: 'I can confidently predict that if India plays its cards right, by 2025, it can become the number one knowledge production centre of the world.'

With India as 'the number one knowledge production centre,' and China as a [the?] driving economic powerhouse, the US and Europe may have to reconsider their places in the world, not to mention their very self-identities.

Is anyone -- which think tanks? (surely no political leaders) -- begining to do that groundwork, to dip toes in those dark, unknown waters?


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