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India-China economic ties expected to get back on track in the short term

In spite of New Delhi's desire to reduce India's economic dependence on China, economic ties would continue to grow. PHOTO: AFP
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NEW DELHI - India and China have managed to disengage their forces at Pangong Tso, a cross-border lake, along the de-facto border which has been a source of tensions, with a senior Indian army commander saying both countries were on the brink of war in August.

Now, with the pullback of forces complete, questions have arisen about the fallout on the economic relationship between the two Asian giants.

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