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Cars are seen at a parking lot in Gurgaon, in the northern Indian state of Haryana. Auto manufacturing is just one of the global industries bullish on the future of business in India. (MANSI THAPLIYAL/MANSI THAPLIYAL/REUTERS)
Cars are seen at a parking lot in Gurgaon, in the northern Indian state of Haryana. Auto manufacturing is just one of the global industries bullish on the future of business in India. (MANSI THAPLIYAL/MANSI THAPLIYAL/REUTERS)

Competing to win

Canada Inc. is missing the India opportunity Add to ...

William Polushin is founding director of the Program for International Competitiveness at the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, and President of AMAXIS, an international business and operational development services firm. The Competing to Win blog series can be found here.





A good friend of mine from Edmonton (thank you, Colin) sent me an e-mail a couple of days ago with the following quotation at the end of his message:

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