top stories 

  • Government wants Sarpulas...

  • Akila Dhananjay got permi...

  • Pulwama: Kapil Sharma cam...

  • Samsung Galaxy M10 and M2...

  • UP-based universities to ...

  • Kim Jong Un’s ‘butler...

  • Measles-Rubella immunisat...

  • Security withdrawn from t...

  • Punjab: School-Road Annou...

  • Dehradun: CM Rawat said -...

  • Sushma addressed Indian c...

  • Pulwama Attack: CRPF's Ad...

Admin Reporter- Pooja

Dec 06 2018


Slow train to China: India's trade ties with Beijing taking time to ripen

China and India may be talking about improving their trade relationship but there is little action to go with the words. 

According to Indian government officials and representatives of various Indian trade bodies, progress is very slow - and may even be getting slower after last weekend's truce between the United States and China in their trade war. 

Both India and China have sought to rebuild trust after a armed standoff over a stretch of the Himalayan border last year. 

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping have met a number of times this year to give impetus to the trade discussions. The latest was last week, when they met on the sidelines of the G20 meeting in Argentina. 

instagram imagesfollow us @ instagram