>We are all driven by our inherent selfishness. The successful man figures a way to use that selfishness to his own benefit. Capitalism is a vehicle whose fuel is this basic need to elevate oneself. But I guess too much aforementioned “elevation” can prove detrimental to the capitalist bosses in the West’s ivory towers. One can visualize them squirming at the prospect of losing to India and China.
I am observing the anger and resentment at the Tata Nano. In fact there seems to be insecurity in the West’s reaction to the car. But I really want to see the Jaguar being owned by an Indian company. It would be a good opportunity to teach the “good ol British blokes” how capitalism can bite one in the a$$.