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India denies imposing restrictions on Chinese goods
Published on 7 Aug. 2009 11:03 PM IST
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India Thursday denied reports in a section of the Chinese media and said it has not imposed any restrictions on Chinese goods. The Indian embassy here said in a statement that Indian exports to China in the first six months of 2009 stood at $6.6 billion, a decline of 50% compared to the same period last year. On the other hand, Chinese exports to India in this period stood at $13.41 billion, which was a slowdown of only 16%. It pointed out that in the last five years; Chinese exports have seen a 10-fold increase from $3.3 billion to $31.51 billion. On the other hand, Indian exports have only risen five fold to $20.34 billion in 2008. The embassy further said that the anti-dumping cases that India has initiated against China have been taken as per procedures enshrined in national laws, which applied uniformly to all countries. “Indian regulations apply uniformly and are not China specific,” it said.

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