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Chindia: A cooperation between two giants

The expanding relationship between China and India will be a defining trend in Asia for years to come, according to Aneish Kumar and SW Chu of Bank of New York.
As the worldÆs largest developing nations, China and India continue to fuel AsiaÆs economic growth, which the Asia Development Bank estimates at 7.2% for 2006. The rise of these two giants within the global economy has led to healthy competition between the two countries. But as their economies emerge, they also are finding common ground from which to cooperate.

Increasingly, regional, political, economic, and business leaders are pointing out that Sino-India relations are at their best and getting even better. The extent to which China and India can strengthen and expand cooperation will be a key factor in their ability to succeed in the global marketplace.

Aneish Kumar and SW Chu, based in Bank of...
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