India today is a consolidated economic power and one of the most dynamic countries in the world. It is also one of the emerging markets that offer more medium term opportunities in sectors such as telecommunications, energy, infrastructure and consumer goods, among others. On the other hand, its economy bases are solid and predict continued success for the future. Its growth forecasts reaffirm the country as one of the motors of development and of the future international economic recovery.
Little is known in the West about the philosophical climate of ancient China. People talk about its most distinguished thinkers and their ideas but, even among academics, the idea that discourses were private prevails, exclusively aimed to powerful men.
The reaction of the Indian society towards the group rape of a young student in Delhi in last December revealed that something is stirring up the foundations of this society. Such a spontaneous response had never been seen before. It was a strong and energetic protest against the impunity before the abuse on women.
Sufficiency economy is a respected practice in Thailand that aroused at the end of the 70's and is based on a sustainable development philosophy through the integration of three dimensions: physical, social and spiritual.