Trade, economic relations still main drives of Sino-Indian relations

Chinese and Indian troops clashed on the disputed western sector of their Himalayan border over a month ago. Some have expressed fears that the border tension might lead to a trade war between the two Asian giants after India decided to tighten import procedures for Chinese goods while also banning Chinese mobile apps. Dr Lu Yang, a research fellow at Tsinghua University’s Institute of the Belt and Road Initiative and an associate member of the South Asia Institute at Heidelberg University, shared her opinions on the diplomatic and economic fallout of the Galwan Valley clash and future direction of China-India ties.

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