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India-China trade relations warm under Trump's global trade war

In March, both nations' trade minister had talks in New Delhi, in which the Indian side was able to persuade China to give a commitment on accelerating market access for pharma products

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Modi-Xi summit begins: Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds informal talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping in China's Wuhan City. Photo: @ANI

Subhayan Chakraborty
India's relation with China on trade and investments had hit a wall last year. But, with the United States waging a global trade war, India has again offered to join hands with China. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, during his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, in Wuhan, China,  talked about India’s economic engagement with the country .

"India and China acted as the engines for global economic growth for 1,600 years of the past 2,000 years." Modi said, adding the greater negotiation on the economic front is inevitable. India’s trade deficit with China was $51.11 billion in

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First Published: Apr 28 2018 | 7:05 AM IST

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