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China vs. India: Who Will Win?
India and China are among the world's fastest growing economies which jointly contribute nearly 30% to global economic growth as the balance of economic power continues to shift from West to East. Both China and India are not emerging economies, they are actually "re-emerging." China and India have particular strengths…
Fun@Sun: Making of a Global Workplace - The Culture of a Global Software Company
An inside look at work and work culture in the software development centre of a large American multinational company, Sun Microsystems, located in Bangalore (Indian Engineering Centre, or IEC). The film highlights the multiple ways in which 'culture' operates as a management tool in the new global economy. In offshore…
The 'M' Way: Time + People = Money  - An Indian Owned Software Company
This film was shot inside MphasiS-BFL Limited, a medium-sized Indian IT services company that typifies this highly competitive business, in which the provision of high quality and low-cost service is key to attracting and retaining customers. The film focuses on two teams - a software development team and a quality…
July Boys: New Global Players - Catering to the Global High-Tech Service Industry
This documentary focuses on a small 'startup' company in Bangalore that designs and produces software products for cellular service providers in Europe and the U.S. Turning the tables on the usual outsourcing story, July Systems has leveraged U.S.-based venture capital and Indian technical expertise to break into the latest high-tech…
Diverted To Delhi
An Aussie shopper phoning Coles Myer, an English housewife ringing Harrods and a New York stockbroker calling American Express all have one thing in common - their customer service queries are likely to be re-routed to India and answered by Indians impersonating local operators. This form of outsourcing is now…
Guanxi and Woofies: Understanding Entry Modes into the Chinese Market
Home to more than 1.3 billion people, China is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. As global companies continue to enter its market, China's large bureaucracy can be challenging to navigate. Viewers will learn more about how companies can enter the Chinese market and cultural and country…
Inside China 7: Environmental Timebomb?
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
The Chinese want the same life style as the West - but at what cost? The air and water are polluted, causing much suffering and protest - as well as a drought crisis. Chinese leaders talk of moving away from fossil fuels, but how much changes at local level? "THEY…
Inside China 2: China The Future?
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
China is flexing its economic muscle, investing all over the world. What does this mean for the West? AFRICA China needs access to energy and raw materials - that's why it's pouring huge investment into Africa. Mozambique's economy, for example, is booming, with Chinese-led construction and agriculture projects. Is this…
Inside China 6: The Great Migration
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
Chinese development has depended on a vast influx of 250 million migrant workers into the cities - some have prospered but most are poorly paid and housed, with few rights. Mass protests mean the government can no longer take them for granted. THE TRAINEE CHEF'S STORY Li Xu Bin is…
Inside China 4: The New Entrepreneurs
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
China's "new billionaires" are well-known but what about the small businesses? Many were set up by migrants who have battled against hardship - and many are women. THE PR BUSINESS 24 year old Tian Qiuyu started her business while she was still at university and now employs 6 people -…
Inside China Collection
How has China transformed, inside 30 years, from developing nation to the world's next largest economy after the USA? Includes interviews with historians, eye-witnesses and party officials.
Inside China 1: The Rise Of A Superpower
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
How has China transformed, inside 30 years, from developing nation to the world's next largest economy after the USA? Includes interviews with historians, eye-witnesses and party officials. TIANANMEN SQUARE A dramatic turning point was the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989 - the communist party decided to bring in economic, if…