Rising imports from China; Trade deficit between India & China amid government's trade policies

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The trade war between India and China amid the LAC Galwan clashes has taken a new turn. The graph in the video explains how the trade was facilitated between India and China. Since 2001 and 2004, trade was stacked with China. India was leveled with China with no trade deficit. The gap begins to widen after UPA comes into power. The gap has been widening since then. The gap between the exports and imports shows how the Chinese equipment manufacturers started entering the Indian industry systems and exports to India. It is then when the Chinese goods were flooded into the Indian markets. Watch the video to know more!
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