THE STRATEGIC CONSEQUENCES OF INDIA'S COVID-19 CRISIS ON INDIA-CHINA TRADE AFTER GALWAN SKIRMISH


Dr. Anita Kumari
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DR HARI SINGH GOUR VISHWAVIDYALAYA SAGAR
Abstract
The magnitude of the second one wave of India’s coronavirus surge became an increasing number of clear to the world, U.S. policymakers soon started to comprehend the strategic implications of India’s national trauma.U.S. President and his top officials publicly pledged their commitments to ship medical supplies, which include oxygen, vaccine materials, and therapeutics to India, while looking for additional approaches to deal with India’s crisis.COVID-19 already inflicted a crushing blow to India’s economy closing 12 months. A countrywide lockdown instituted via prime Minister Narendra Modi at the early levels of the worldwide pandemic was meant to alleviate the stresses on Indian’s insufficient healthcare system, however it also brought a 24 percentage contraction in the economy and led millions of migrant day workers to flee India’s towns for lack of work. thru the late fall and wintry weather, it seemed that by some means India might break out the worst of the pandemic, but that hope has now been dashed by a devastating combination of new viral strains and inadequate public health preparations. India now faces this wave of the virus exhausted and depleted. China–India relations, also referred to as Sino–Indo relations or Indian–chinese relations, refers back to the bilateral relationship between the humans’s Republic of China and the Rebublic of India. despite the fact that the relationship has been cordial, there were border disputes. The current relationship started out in 1950 whilst India turned into many of the first countries to end formal ties with the Republic of China (Taiwan) and understand the human beings’s Republic of China because the valid government of Mainland China. China and India are the two of the principal regional powers in Asia, and are two of the most populous countries and quickest growing primary economies in the global. boom in diplomatic and financial influence has increased the importance of their bilateral courting.
Keywords: India, China, Magnitude, China-India trade, trade warfare, composition of economy,
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-09-15

Vol : 7
Issue : 9
Month : September
Year : 2021
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