Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (front) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. In 2021, China was India’s single largest trading partner, and trade set new records. Photo: AP
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (front) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. In 2021, China was India’s single largest trading partner, and trade set new records. Photo: AP
Shivshankar Menon
Opinion

Opinion

Shivshankar Menon

India-China ties will only improve with mutual trust, starting with border talks

  • Border tensions in 2020 complicated the restoration of trust between the two nations, but trade continues to progress
  • Beijing and New Delhi will have to begin with establishing an understanding of each other’s approach, compulsions on the border

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (front) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. In 2021, China was India’s single largest trading partner, and trade set new records. Photo: AP
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (front) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. In 2021, China was India’s single largest trading partner, and trade set new records. Photo: AP
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