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Panels to go into India-China trade gamut
IN order to analyse the potential of exports to China, as well as the threat posed by Chinese competition to Indian exports, the Department of Commerce is to commission two studies to go into these aspects, the Union Minister for Commerce and Industry, M r Murasoli Maran, has said.

`China offers vast scope in many fields'
INDIA is in a position to export marine products, plastics, mineral fuel and copper to China, a business delegation sent by the Indian Chamber of Commerce to China has found. The balance-of-trade position between the two countries is currently in favour of India.


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