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Taking China Along

Taking China Along G P D WHILE it is true that yet another exercise in North-South dialogue will not deliver any goods, the trip to Can- cun will give Indira Gandhi in oppor- tunity to exchange views with the Ame rican President and the Chinese Prime Minister, She has to persuade Reagan that her government is worth investing in. She can take this opportunity' to find out what kind of 'economic' behaviour Reagan expects from India; what is it that India needs in order that the IMF $ 5.6 billion loan starts flowing. It is to he seen how Reagan reacts to our overtures. The meeting with the Chinese Prime Minister should give Indira' Gandhi an opportunity to re- Mime the dialogue with China which seems to have slowed down. Reiteration of respective border claims do not contribute anything to the betterment of relations. The time has come for India to decide what it wants to make of the future of Sino-Indian -relations.

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