essay代写-印度面临的挑战。印度是世界上人口第二多的国家，幸运的是，它的大多数人口都在35岁以下。这对中国来说是一个巨大的优势，因为中国被视为一个主要的人力资源供应国，可以在工业和制造业的增长中发挥同样的作用。印度经济一直在以6%至7%的速度显著而稳定地增长。大多数行业的经济增长良好(Carter and Harding, 2011)。然而，它面临着一些看起来无法克服的挑战，为了继续保持稳定增长，它可能不得不绕过这些挑战并战胜它们。
In a world of extreme uncertainty and sporadic development, stability is a luxury. To get stability, one needs to maintain the basics in the right conditions (Hong and Park, 2015). India is trying to maintain the basics of its economic logic in a way that helps in reducing the internal poverty and making external progress become an important voice in global affairs (Cheung, 2005).
One of the primary challenges India faces is its rivalry and terrorism sponsored by Pakistan. The Jammu and Kashmir issue is a contentious issue and India is putting a lot of resources into it to resolve it or to put an end to the infiltration of terror from Pakistan. The territorial dispute between India and Pakistan is an old one dating back to its partition in 1947 which is yet to be resolved. On the contrary, it is getting murkier as time goes. And terror gets more sophisticated. Besides the US, its uncontrollable greed of remaining a superpower is not halting weapon sales to Pakistan. China has become an all-weather friend to Pakistan, which furtherly messes the issue for India. China is seeking to build an economic corridor spanning three continents, starting from China and ending in Europe and Africa, for which it needs Pakistan’s land mass. India is opposed to this corridor because it breaches its sovereignty over the Pakistan occupied Kashmir region. It shall continue to face this challenge and the intensity of it may even become more heated in the future.
India’s economy is growing stably with credit growth and actual output registering impressive numbers (Wilinson, 2006). However, it remains mired in the corruption issue. Many politicians have been linked to corrupt business practices. This is because of the lacklustre enforcement of strict laws. It still reigns in outdated laws that are more favouring and contains a lot of loophole to evade taxes and carry on illegal business activities.
Poverty reduction is a major challenge for the nation as many people still lives without substantial water and electricity supply. It is facing cheap imports from Chinese companies that are lowering the rates of actual sale price and damaging the local and domestic players in many sectors (Jain, 2006). For example, cheap import of solar cells and wind turbine material from China is lowering power tariffs to unprecedented levels, which is not only harming government revenues but also declining private player investments (Raghavan, 2017). It faces the challenge of countering cheaper imports and at the same time spruce up its domestic economy.