India Vs China A comparison of Economic Growth, Military Power, Educational growth, Manufacturing Growth

India Vs China A comparison of Economic Growth


As we all aware of the relations between India and China both are rival country. These two countries are in touch because of political and business relations. Tensions and aggression are on the boundaries from china side are bound to be continuing. let’s compare India Vs China: A comparison of Economic Growth, Military Power, Educational growth, Manufacturing Growth.

Of course, we all know that today China is a well-developed country. So let’s compare both GDP Annual Growth. In respect of China, it has 6.0% GDP Annual Growth rate where India has 7.5%. So in such cases, India has bitten from 1.5%  to China and if we focus for the year 2020 where China 6.33% and India 7.55%. So here also India is 1.22% before from China.

The resource says that these two Asian nations are looked at as main contenders for assuming Super Power. Presently comparative data shows that today China is before from India in respect of Military and Economic Power, But it’s not mean that China much more before from India and China can beat to India if the war happens.

India vs China Take First Positive Angle

It seems that today China is a big runner and it can overtake the USA. Today China aggressively has hard hold to the Global Market in their hand, but it doesn’t mean that China can hold to the Global market for a long time because China produces nondurable goods, whereas India is advanced in heavy engineering on its own, having in-house developed engineering force that is globally applauded.

India Vs China A comparison Economic Growth of Banking Sector

In the banking sector, China is suffering from heavily loan, no matters whether it’s housing loan or industry loan. It seems that many Chinese banks are standing on bankruptcy line and many banks have declared. So this burden can pull down to China in future. In short just focus on the below chart, it shows that where India and China both rival countries are reaching in 2030.


Chinese political system and economic system both are entirely different from each other and keeping a balance between both for a long time it’s not an easy task.

The ambition of China and India to be a “superpower” in Asia. The two most powerful countries have respectively the largest and second largest militarizes in Asia, as well as the highest and second highest defense budgets.  Being an Indian when some military power chart comes into the picture, Indian get shunned and start thinking that how China before from India, what Chinese have done.

As we all know that China has a Tag of “Nondurable”, which means that “Lamba Tikta Nahi”. This Tag has published from global civil society. In Respect of India, they called us as “Long Durable”, it means “Chalte Jao- Chalte Jao”, which Tag has been awarded from global civil society.

Compare Indian and China Military Power

It’s known that India and China are the two most populated of any country in the world. Below comparison chart shows that what ability these two countries are caring with. See these two giant countries how to manage their armed forces broken down by army, navy, air force, Strategic forces and reserve size. Both giant countries had very comparable military spending pattern. However, over the last 12 years, while India’s spending has remained relatively constant.


Education Comparison of India and China

From the beginning, we all know that India and China these two nation is a big giant country in Asia, When the world finds them in respect of student enrollment also they are in the race by 2.91 crores and 2.67 crores respectively. While both countries Indian and Chinese higher education system is involving to build a better economic system. They have taken a different path and this has shaped their social and economical Tag in a different way.

China and India have faced similar conditions and challenges in education two build their economy and to become a “Super Power” countries. The respective successes and challenges of the Chinese and Indian education systems offer valuable lessons for both countries and for the rest of the developing world.


India Vs China Manufacturing Sector

Manufacturing costs have risen in China fueling speculation that ‘Make in India’ may be the future of global manufacturing. But India truly has the power to overtake China, a country which has dominated the global manufacturing industry. India has a great future in the manufacturing sector. No country has successfully developed without having resources and that Indians like to think that they are good at math, and information technology and the Internet. Indian manufacturing has been remarkably efficient and productive… back in 2002.


Hope India overtakes China soon. To become a Super Power country it needs total contribution from its every Indian member with the positive thought process. Each has its own work and responsibility. So make a commitment and give a promise to self to become a success in our life, by becoming successful it’s easier to contribute India to make a Super Powerful country.

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