Bilateral heavily titled in China’s favour, needs a reset: Foreign Secretary

New Delhi, Mar 01: The current bilateral trade with China at USD 78 billion is heavily tiled in its favour and this would need a reset, Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla said.

India on its part is simultaneously working on diversifying its sourcing to ensure a more resilient supply chain in the future, he also said. 

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India-UK set to lay 10 year roadmap for quantum jump in relations

New Delhi, Dec 09: British foreign and commonwealth secretary, Dominic Raab will begin a two day visit to India from December 16. The focus would be extensively on bilateral trade and security.

Raab and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will review the progress made in the effort to draw up a 10 year roadmap for a quantum jump in the relationship between India and the UK. 

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