Tagged: India.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: how long leaders stay in office in different countries. Countries in the Middle East tend to hold on to their leaders longer than anywhere else (a little over eight years on average). Africa comes next at more than seven years.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: all the phones in China. China is about to sign up its billionth mobile subscription; India is not far behind with over 900m. The Chinese numbering system theoretically allows for 100 billion mobile numbers, and India’s 10 billion, so neither is likely to run out of numbers anytime soon.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: fastest growing nations. Global economic growth is originating almost exclusively from the emerging world, according to a new forecast from the International Monetary Fund.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: the world’s biggest armed forces. In absolute numbers, America, China and India keep the biggest militaries. But the most heavily militarised country of all is North Korea, where there are 49 military personnel for every 1,000 people.

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India in Africa: Catching up

 

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