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The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 15 Feb 2023

Will India be the tomb of the Western economy?

We anticipate that Narendra Modi’s Make in India strategy, fueled by the Anglo-Saxon anti-China strategy, will attract a good number of companies that will remain there – in all senses of the word.

In line with our previous article on India, it is appropriate to warn our readers against the “Indian temptation” that is likely to exude from the Western press in the coming months.

“Leave China at all costs, fast!”

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