Country aims to increase bilateral trade with China to USD 100bn by 2015.

By bne IntelliNews April 2, 2012
India aims to increase bilateral trade with China to USD 100bn by 2015. As reported by Indo-Asian News Service, trade imbalances between the two countries have exceeded USD 70bn, with the surplus largely in favour of China. The country further urged China to allow market access to domestic IT and pharmaceutical companies.

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