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Doing Business in India by Dean Nelson

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The Knowledge Economy

India’s higher education system is so successful that one of the government’s biggest fears is a “brain drain” of top university graduates to high-paying jobs overseas. While the government is considered not to have delivered in primary and secondary education, its higher education establishments—in particular the Indian Institutes of Management and Indian Institutes of Technology—are the envy of the continent.

Recruiting the elite

India has more graduates—around 40 million—than most countries have people. Many are drawn from the elite fee-paying schools of the main cities and the old-style boarding schools, most of which are first class. It is increasingly common for “non-resident Indians” (NRIs) living in the West to ...

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