India and China are striving hard to get to the top of the world.
The population needs work.
They require money to improve their standard of living.'
50% of Chinese are still living below the poverty line.
20% of Indians are lingering in poverty.
It is nearly half of what it was in 1970.
The Chinese and Indians make 40% of the total population of the world.
They are throwing open education, extending job opportunities by setting up factories , usiness houses.
Most of the educated are willing to move out of the country, to take up lucrative assignments.
The less educated, form a tribe called skilled labourers, become drivers, carpenters, masons, so on and so forth.
they live in humble abodes, slogging hard to earn a livelihood. They save a handsome part of the salary, which is repartiated to the countries.
India has now a evidential advantage ,as being the land for outsourcing.
the people are well versed i English, so are accomplished to take up this employment schedule.
They are prepared to work at any part of the day.
This proforma may seem to be gluttunous, but it is the spirit of intention which borders on the issue of not only helping oneself, but also the entire family , comprising of parents and siblings.
India has succeeded , to a large extent.
the soft ware boom has brought in a class , neither rich, nor poor, -a middle class.
This genre is self sufficient, but not extravagant.
make hay while the sun shines reads the maxim.
India and China have exploited the situation fully.
They are in a winning streak.