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Sunday, March 28, 2004

The raw material mindset by Subroto Bagchi Via Bworld

India has the golden chance to present itself as designer of monuments, not supplier of granite Indian business needs to consciusly move into providing higher vaue added business and this shall happen only by making right choices and shall not be a historical evolution. The article quotes Yves Doz, the world-renowned professor at INSEAD, France as saying that by doing something well, you do not automatically graduate to the next levelSubroto asks the question - which I believe requests deliberation by everyone - despite india being a well known name in areas like species, silk - why there are no equivalents of Versace, Giorgio Armani, Chanel, Yves St Laurent and Mccormick? Definitely worth pondering.
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