Willing to properly handle disputes with India, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang tells Manohar Parrikar
BEIJING: China is willing to properly handle its disputes with India as cooperation between the two countries will be a “great engine” for Asia’s development and send a “positive signal” for world peace, Premier Li Keqiang told defence minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday. Li made the remarks when Parrikar called on him.
On Monday, Parrikar had held extensive talks with top Chinese generals and exchanged views on improving bilateral military to military relations.
ban all Chinese goods…
Ban is not possible but people can boycott Chinese products which will send a strong message
No idiot will boycott cheap Chinese goods, the only logical way is to impose bans under the veil of health safety or other legitimate concerns.
Banning will only spoil our name in the international community. We the people should support our government an donwhatvthye cannot do. Stop buying Chinese goods! We have much to lose if we don’t!
China do lip service to India but cooperate and build strategic alliance with Pakistan
The sign will not be useful as Chinese don’t speak, read or write English. The Chinese only speak borrowed languages like Mongolian and Vietnamese.
Chinese mean the opposite of what they say.
Cheap low cost Dumping of Electronic Goods Must be banned immediately. Infact if possible all imports from China be Banned, only then they will understand importance of India.
sailendra kumar prusty
Don’t go by words, wait for actions & then decide
They are too shrewd. Will keep border issue simmering and at the same time keep exporting cheap poor quality stuff. Wonder when our think tank will see through it and come out with a suitable strategy.
it won’t be the same as it was in 1962, & 1967.
The Chinese are not honest.What disputes do we have with them other than the border dispute? They are not willing to settle it so that we waste our energy on maintaining the border.