India and China Should Let Trade Do the Talking

When they meet, the leaders of India and China should talk more about a problem they can solve -- trade -- than their intractable border disputes. 
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Relations between China and India -- the world's two most populous countries, neighbors and rivals -- have long been prickly. But when China's President Xi Jinping travels to Gujarat and New Delhi this week for his first bilateral meeting with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he will have a unique window of opportunity, with some help from Modi of course, to change the dynamic of that relationship decisively.

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