Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Asian economic growth linked to technology


"Japan, South Korea, Singapore and, more recently, China and India doubled their income per person within a decade. Some went on to repeat this achievement two or three times....Now that process of catch-up - and the global spread of the latest technology - has shifted from the developed countries to the developing countries. Japan was the first, followed by South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, with China getting going in the 1980s and India in the 1990s. More will follow."




Source: Asia has nearly caught up, now to converge
November 3, 2012
Ross Gittins
The Age.com