The burgeoning economies of China and India are attracting two types of entrepreneurs: eager locals and foreign-educated ex-pats returning from the diaspora. Success abounds, but the context in each country differs.
"In China they have been reinventing a capitalist, entrepreneurial venture system over the past 20-25 years," says INSEAD entrepreneurship professor Patrick Turner, "whereas in India they have just gone sailing forward on the crest of the wave formed by the opportunities from business-process outsourcing and the IT boom.

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