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India and China's deadly Himalayan stand-off is starting to cause economic damage in the Asian powerhouses

Business Insider Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
· *India and China's military stand-off is causing trade disruptions between the two countries. *
· *Chinese imports are reportedly piling up at Indian ports leading to supply chain disruptions, as the two countries fight on their Himalayan border.*
· *Many Chinese raw materials used by Indian businesses, such as...
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