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India rules out retaliation over China’s JeM support

“We can’t take any unilateral action because both India and China are members of the World Trade Organization,” an official said. New Delhi: India has ruled out any retaliatory or unilateral action against China but said it will continue its efforts to correct its burgeoning trade deficit with the country after Beijing blocked the UN Security Council resolution to designate Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. China, which is India’s largest trading partner, had a trade surplus of $41.2 billion in the nine months to December 2019 on a total bilateral trade of $66.4 billion. “Reducing […]

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