China and India See More Cooperation in IT

    By Tridivesh Singh Maini Jul. 22, 2019
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What’s ASEAN’s Outlook on the Dynamic Indo-Pacific?
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Being caught at the crossroad of great powers’ competition for sphere of influences, ASEAN has become a center of geo-political and geo-economic gravity of battleground. What is ASEAN’s outlook in the rising volatility and dynamism of the Indo-Pacific region?
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China and India See More Cooperation in IT

New Delhi and Beijing have taken steps to find common ground in new areas such as in the information technology sector. The National Association of Software and Services Company of India has set up IT corridors in Guiyang, Xuzhou and Dalian of China.
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