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China's Li seeks stronger economic ties with India


May 21. 2013 3:37AM
Associated Press



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(AP) China's premier has told Indian business leaders that the two Asian giants need to establish stronger economic ties.


Li Keqiang said Tuesday that China and India are both enormous markets with major potential for growth.


He said the two nations' strengths complement each other and that strengthening economic cooperation will lead to growth in both countries.


Li was speaking to an Indian business group in New Delhi. He was to address Indian CEOs in Mumbai later in the day.


The Chinese premier met with his Indian counterpart Monday. The two played down a recent border dispute and stressed cooperation.


Associated Press


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