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India's exports to be hit by yuan devaluation: FIEO

"The devaluation will affect India's exports not only to China but to other countries also with increasing competitiveness of Chinese exports.

Trade deficit, investment to top Seetharaman's agenda in China

The two countries had set the target of USD 100 billion by next year, which officials say is an uphill task.

Govt approves in-principle an MoU with China for industrial parks

Ahead of the visit of Vice President Hamid Ansari to Beijing, the government Wednesday gave an in-principle approval for a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between India and China for setting up industrial parks in the country.

India can't afford to emulate China: Anand Mahindra

India can't afford to "emulate" China and the country has to develop a sustainable economic prosperity with different states evolving their own growth path, according to Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra.

India-China body sets up 8 committees to help promote trade

The steps are being taken in the background of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to India in May and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's forthcoming trip to China to invite investment from China and bridge the trade gap.

Top commerce team to visit China to discuss trade deficit

A high-powered Indian commerce delegation would visit here next week for talks with Chinese officials to discuss initiatives to broaden market access for Indian products in China and address New Delhi's concerns over the ballooning trade deficit.

India, China strategic economic dialogue next Monday

The two sides are expected to sign upto 10 Memoranda of Understanding covering various sectors.

India, China trade expected to touch $100 bln by 2015

India Friday exuded confidence of achieving the USD 100-billion bilateral trade target set with China by 2015 and hoped the issue of New Delhi's widening trade deficit with Beijing will be addressed.

India seeks greater market access to China

Expressing concern over its widening trade deficit with China, New Delhi on Monday asked the neighbouring country to provide more access to Indian goods and services to bridge the gap.