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  • proper noun China and India, especially in the context of business and economics.

Etymologies

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Blend of China and India

Examples

  • One can argue that the services supplied by scientists and engineers in Chindia complement the services supplied by scientists and engineers in the USA even if they all have the same knowledge and skills.

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  • Obviously, China and India (for whom we coined the term Chindia) are the biggest emerging economic powers.

    China Stocks News and Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • Forget "Chindia" - the two countries barely belong in the same sporting sentence.

    Shashi Tharoor: Olympic Proof: India is Not Chinahttp://editorial.huffingtonpost.com/mt.cgi?__mode=view&_type=entry&id=166101&blog_id=3

  • For CEOs with something to sell, it'll be all about 'Chindia'-nabbing the China/India prize of striking deals to do business in these super-hot growth nations.

    Forbes.com: News

  • China and India: Prospects for Peace, is among a growing number of observers who have dismissed the idea of "Chindia" - a term once often invoked, expressing optimism over the joint geopolitical rise of the two Asian giants.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • China and India: Prospects for Peace, is among a growing number of observers who have dismissed the idea of "Chindia" - a term once often invoked, expressing optimism over the joint geopolitical rise of the two Asian giants.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • The latest issue of China Analysis, "China and India: rivals always, partners sometimes", argues that Western concerns over "Chindia" - the emergence of a Sino-Indian economic power bloc or strategic alliance - may be unwarranted.

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  • China and India, aka Chindia, are very much in fourth gear if not in fifth compared to many developed markets.

    Forbes.com: News

  • "We have arrived at a new normal where, despite the introduction of 3 billion new consumers over the past several decades in 'Chindia' and beyond, there is a lack of global aggregate demand or perhaps an inability or unwillingness to finance it." he says.

    Bill Gross: You Don't Get The New Normal.

  • "We have arrived at a new normal where, despite the introduction of 3 billion new consumers over the past several decades in 'Chindia' and beyond, there is a lack of global aggregate demand or perhaps an inability or unwillingness to finance it." he says.

    Bill Gross: You Don't Get The New Normal.

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