China's national competitiveness slightly stronger than India

15:28, October 25, 2010      

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China's overall national competitiveness is slightly stronger than India, while India is ahead of China in some areas, said Ni Pengfei during the seminar on national competitiveness report on Monday.

Ni, editor in chief of the report, summed up five aspects at the seminar, run in Beijing, when issuing the report, according to China News Service.

First, in terms of the overall global situation, superiorities of developed counties are still strong, but emerging countries are rapidly rising.

Second, China's comprehensive competitiveness has seen a leapfrog promotion over the past two decades, and it has huge potential and strong capability to catch up with and surpass developed nations in the future.

Thirdly, China's core competitiveness is not consistent with its status as a great power, and the structure became a bottleneck to the advancement of competitiveness.

Fourth, there is a large gap between China and the United States, the competitiveness of which maintains the absolute leading position in the world.

Fifth, China's overall national competitiveness is slightly stronger than India, but India is ahead of China in some areas.

Sixth, there is a large gap between China and Japan, which still plays a leading role in Asia.

By Liang Jun, People's Daily Online


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