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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

View from China: Is it possible to restart Sino-Bharat people to people relations?

“View from China: Is it possible to restart Sino-Bharat people to people relations?”, Sunday Guardian Live, June 18, 2023:

“People in both countries need to understand each other’s thought processes and get familiar with the environment and history that shaped/shape their personalities. In the long run this could be beneficial and an ice breaker.

Sino-Indian relations seem to have hit a roadblock since a hiatus in the border talks. It is hoped that some solution will result and incremental normalization of relations could follow. This is the basis on which could depend the growth of the world’s economy.

The world’s two largest economies and most populous nations with 35% of the world population could drive the world’s engine of growth to new heights…..”

Read the full article at Sundayguardianlive.com

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