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It is uncanny how time and again some version of this conversation plays out. In one on one meetings. At conferences. Among a group of startup employees, and founders. Among a group of strangers. At a bar. At a coffee table, people sitting opposite each other. At a work desk, people crowding around one table. Everyone, discussing the technology-led opportunity in India and China, and the similarity or dissimilarity of both markets.
Almost always, it starts with something along the lines of how India is like China.