China-India $100 Billion Trade By 2015
China-India $100 Billion Trade By 2015, Despite a recent decline in Sino-Indian bilateral trade, China sees it topping at $100 billion. China expects S100 bn trade volume with India by 2015, Despite a fall in the volume of India-China bilateral trade for the first half of the current year, China remained upbeat over trade prospects with India with a Chinese diplomat confident of volume expected to clock $100 billion by 2015.
“Our trade with India should become worth $100 billon by 2015, with growing investment opportunities in both the countries,” Consul General in Kolkata Zhang Lizhong said at an interactive session, organised by MCC Chamber of Commerce and Industry here Friday.
The volume of trade between the two countries was $73.9 billion in 2011.
India-China trade volume, however, witnessed a four percent slide for the first half of the current year compared with last year, on the back of overall economic slowdown.
“As on June 30, the bilateral trade with India stood at $34 billion, which is 4 percent down,” said Zhang.
He said there has been a trade imbalance between the two countries in some sectors.