|4.1||British-formulated boundaries for Ladakh||107|
|4.2||Boundary dispute in the eastern sector, 1959||113|
|5.1||Sino-Indian interactions along three dimensions||145|
|2.1||Indian Perceptual Positions on China and Their Grand Strategy and Domestic Political Correlates||51|
|7.1||Population, Urbanization, Real Income, and Growth, China and India, ca. 2000||220|
|7.2||Growth of Gross Domestic Product, China and India, 1700– 1998||223|
|7.3||Foreign Trade, China and India||223|
|7.4||Structure of Value Added (GDP) and Employment, China and India||226|
|7.5||Average Annual Percentage Rates of Growth, by Economic Sector||237|
|7.6||Growth in Total Factor Productivity||239|
|7.7||Percentage of Population Living in Poverty, India and China, 1951– 2000||243|
|7.8||Participation in World and Major Export Markets, China and India||257|
|8.1||Comparative Personal Computer and Telephone Penetration Rates, India and China, 2000||280|
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Publication information: Book title: The India-China Relationship: What the United States Needs to Know. Contributors: Francine R. Frankel - Editor, Harry Harding - Editor. Publisher: Columbia University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2004. Page number: ix.
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