India PM Eyes More Trade, Investment With China – Lindsay Beck

From Reuters:

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pushed China on Monday to address their bilateral trade imbalance, as the world’s two fastest-growing economies seek to put aside a lingering border dispute and deepen economic ties.

Singh said both sides wanted to work towards creating an environment for greater economic interaction, calling for a “roadmap” for trade that would factor in “complementarities and competitive strengths”.

“This has to include creating a level playing field by addressing such issues as non-tariff barriers, IPR (intellectual property rights) protection and market-related exchange rates,” Singh told business officials. [Full Text]

Read also A good opportunity to strengthen ties by Hu Shisheng from China Daily and China and India: New Vision, Old Tensions from BusinessWeek.

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