Journal of Current Chinese Affairs China aktuell Sino-Indian Economic Ties since 1988: Progress, Problems, and Prospects for Future Development
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This article takes stock of the evolution of bilateral economic ties between China and India since the early 1990s. It analyses the factors that have contributed to the expansion of this important aspect of their relationship, but also highlights the obstacles, in particular the politico-strategic variables, to further expansion of economic ties, including investments. It argues that while both Beijing and New Delhi recognise the importance of trade and investment in their relationship, future
... lationship, future growth in bilateral economic ties depends on how the two countries can successfully deal with issues such as trade imbalance, market access, infrastructure, and regulatory environment. But more importantly, Beijing and New Delhi must seriously address each other's security concerns, including those areas that affect their perceptions of economic security and consequently their policies towards bilateral and regional cooperation. " Manuscript Dr. Jingdong Yuan is an associate professor and acting director of the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Syd-ney, where he is also an academic member of the China Studies Centre. Professor Yuan specialises in Asia-Pacific security, Chinese defence and foreign policy, Sino-Indian relations, and global and regional arms control and non-proliferation issues.