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1 Number of firms and entry into competition The basic factors that caused the aforementioned differences in the nature of competition between the two countries are the absolute size of firms – including the number of employees – and changes in their numbers. Generally speaking, we can say that new entries into the competition were more frequent in the modernized manufacturing sector in China than in India. However, looking at the likelihood of creation of totally new firms, we cannot find any clear difference between the two countries.
Source: For China in 1985, China 1985 Auto Census, in 2005, Oriana; for India, ASI; for Japan, Japan Census; for Taiwan, Taiwan Census; for Korea, Korea Census. 4 Conclusion From statistical data, we have confirmed the existence of different orientations in the development paths and in the management of firms in the modernized manufacturing sectors in China and India. Regarding the average firm’s management style, we observe two attitudes: “volume-oriented” (China) vs. “profit-oriented” (India).