Closer am I: a brief analysis on the nature of the “crisis” between China and India.
It’s unclear whether the China-India bilateral relationship is the most dangerous because of the growing tensions between the two countries, or just because of a certain kind of perception that India is trying to steal the China show. This perception is more than justified given the immense economic and financial risks공주출장안마 that the Indo-China business relationship brings, especially with the growing competition between India and China.
I have written here in my blog earlier that there are several major problems for India in terms of trade and investment in Chinese goods and services. I would rather use the term “Chinese problems” now, as there are no doubt those of Chinese businessmen and citizens facing serious problems and many more. There is als마사지 닷컴o no lack of reasons for both of the countries to take an interest in one another in recent years, but China’s relationship with India is not simply the issue of China-Indonesia trade and investment, nor of mutual interests. The fact that both of them have become partners and have their own set of interests, particularly that of maintaining bilateral ties and stability, should be mentioned as well.
My own research indicates that China was at one time the main provider of investment for India, but in the past few decades China has become an important and influential player in global economic markets. In order to attract more investment, India needs to find a better balance of trade with China. This requires that there be better protection of intellectual property rights, which is something that China currently does not afford to India and has to do with Chinese goods and services. The current Chinese regime is not a positive factor in that regard; we would like to keep the situation unchanged, but the current China policies are a factor that is not very well regulated.
In the past, it may have been possible for India to protect its intellectual property rights against foreign 화천안마competition by negotiating bilateral trade agreements with China but the process itself was extremely costly and would likely have been only very successful in protecting its own intellectual property. The current economic and political dynamic in Beijing means that this is no longer possible and so a more effective way is needed.
It has always been easier for India to take advantage of the high level of intellectual property protection when it came to other major nations, but not in the current context. This is something that will become even more difficult if China’s business model and the market it creates continue to erode. As more and more of the goods and services it offers are sol