China And India Quotes by Ivan Glasenberg, Douglas Leone, Freeman Dyson, Theodore Dreiser, Seung Sahn, Peter Mandelson and many others.
Over two billion people in China and India need commodities to grow their economies and improve their living standards.
I routinely make trips to China and India where we have offices to continue to maintain the linkages that are necessary to run a successful business.
The thing that makes me most optimistic is China and India – both of them doing well.
If I were personally to define religion, I would say that it is a bandage that man has invented to protect a soul made bloody by circumstances. All forms of dogmatic religion should go. The world did without them in the past and can do so again. I cite the great civilizations of China and India.
You can fix your body, your heart, your diabetes. In Korea, China, and India, there are people who do yoga. They go to the mountains and do breath-in, breath-out meditation. They can live 500 years and not get sick. Keeping their bodies for a long time is possible; even flying in the sky is possible.
In the space of a decade, China and India have emerged as dramatic, dynamic competitors.
There are more obese people in the world than starving people. As China and India start to develop our eating habits – and not by accident but because agribusiness is going over there and imposing our habits on them – if the population doesn’t increase at all, we’ll have to raise twice as many animals as we do.
Some people have blithely dismissed growth in markets like China and India, saying Silicon Valley will always be the hub for tech: that everyone will come to us. Wake up: Because the numbers are showing money and talent is increasingly going elsewhere.
The key issue is the shift of the centre of gravity from the West to the East, the rise of China and India.
Today, being the biggest developing countries in the world, China and India are both committed to developing their economy and raising their people’s living standards.
China and India are friendly neighbours. We are also natural partners. Both of our countries stand for amicable and peaceful relations between countries and a multipolar world. The peaceful and friendly relations between our two countries is a blessing not just to Asia, but to also the whole world.
It’s our own throat that we are cutting in the end along with everyone else’s. We need to be exercising precisely the kind of leadership that might allow us to nudge China and India, say, onto different energy trajectories, in order to improve our own chances of surviving this century.
The cap-and-trade plan is more market driven than anything else. If you want to discourage carbon use, you have to make it more expensive, but what is crucial is that this be a worldwide program that includes China and India.
If you want your energy bills to go up, you should support an ever greater dependence on foreign oil, because the rate of new discoveries is declining as demand in China and India is growing, and the price of oil and thus the price of coal will go sky high.
Mexico is the second most important destination of U.S. exports. What does this mean? The U.S. sells to our country almost the same as it sells to all the European Union, five times what it sells Brazil. More than what it sells together to Brazil, Russia, China, and India.
A trilateral initiative by the U.S., China, and India in the Gulf, aimed at facilitating a resolution of historic problems in the region, would benefit global growth and stability.
China and India will, separately and together, unleash an explosion of demand.