Premier Wen to discuss expanding ties with India

15:52, December 14, 2010      

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Ahead of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to New Delhi, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) held a round-table seminar on the topic opportunities and challenges of India and China in the new world order. Participants all believe Wen's visit to India will be very significant.

In recent years, Sino-Indian ties saw a steady development and an expanding cooperation, in particular, the economic and trade cooperation had a great development and reciprocal and mutual benefits have become the solid foundation of bilateral cooperation.

The friendly cooperation of the two countries is in alignment with long-term and strategic interests.

Nearly 50 persons, including India's Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao, China's ambassador to India Zhang Yan and entrepreneurs representatives, were present at the meeting.

Nirupama Rao said the Sino-India relationship is the most important bilateral relationship in the 21 century. India respects China's development and rise. It hopes to jointly build a bridge of understanding and friendship as well as create employment opportunities.

Participants all stressed that the two countries should further promote mutual visits as well as language exchanges and cooperation.

Business representatives shared their successful experiences during the seminar.

Shenzen-based Huawei Technologies Co. said in the coming five years the company will invest some 2 billion U.S. dollars in India for production and development.

By Liang Jun, People's Daily Online
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