Chinese venture capitalists are injecting funds into a variety of cash-hungry Indian businesses. Photo: Shutterstock

How a wave of Chinese money is powering Indian start-ups

  • China last year poured US$2.5 billion into firms in India, which is a healthy breeding ground for up-and-coming tech outfits
  • Active cooperation between these investors and entrepreneurs holds a multitude of benefits for both sides, according to industry pundits
Topic |   India

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Chinese venture capitalists are injecting funds into a variety of cash-hungry Indian businesses. Photo: Shutterstock
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Legacy issues between China and India have continued to stress ties, limiting the scope for exploring new avenues of cooperation. Photo: AP
Ananth Krishnan
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Opinion

Asian Angle by Ananth Krishnan

Can China and India agree on new ways to solve old problems?

  • The 1988 model adopted by Deng Xiaoping and Rajiv Gandhi to shelve differences and find common ground to cooperate needs to evolve
  • The challenge for Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to set a higher bar for dialogue, writes Ananth Krishnan

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Legacy issues between China and India have continued to stress ties, limiting the scope for exploring new avenues of cooperation. Photo: AP
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