The second U.S.-China Museum Leaders Forum
“Despite the optimism surrounding their economic relationship, there are serious flaws that will be difficult to address without greater political trust.”
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“An India-China partnership is an economic marriage made in heaven, but there are hurdles.”
“Cooperation in infrastructure and manufacturing should be the two major areas for Sino-Indian economic cooperation during Xi’s India trip.”
“Economic cooperation, on which both leaders are focused, however, has immense untapped potential, including to gradually build trust.”
“India’s strategic concerns, while real, need not necessarily hinder the pursuit of opportunities.”
“The two leaders have the opportunity to craft a new kind of relationship between great powers.”