The United Nations predicts that by 2022, India will surpass China as the most populous nation. India's population and economy is growing at insurmountable speeds and the global community is taking notice. Canada and the rest of the world look to this booming country for political and trade opportunities. Partha Mohanram, director of the India Innovation Institute at the Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto, joins The Agenda to discuss how India's economic promise and potential could have an effect on Canada and Canadian-Indian relations.
Economics and the EU
May 31, 2016
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