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Letter to BS: China's aspirations aren't the problem, but its methods are

To seek technological knowhow of other nations without sharing its own is neither equitable nor in conformity with bilateral undertakings

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This refers to “Dealing with China’s high-tech ambitions” (April 26). The ambition to prosper globally is natural for any country. Although it cannot be concluded that all members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) totally conform to rules. There is a general consensus for fair market competition. China is an enigma in this regard as it looks towards its internal growth requirements for economic development at the cost of international trade relations. Although it is no crime by China to aim for maximum economic self-sufficiency growth by 2025, its international approach in this regard is dubious. It mingles politics with

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First Published: Apr 26 2018 | 9:28 PM IST

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