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Nirmala Sitharaman, India's minister of commerce and industry, says Singapore is not facilitating the movement of Indian IT workers.
'New Silk Road' Summit in Beijing

China-Pakistan project encroaches on Indian territory, minister says

Industry chief expects strong foreign investment inflows into India to continue

YUJI KURONUMA, Nikkei staff writer | China

NEW DELHI -- A critical piece of China's Belt and Road initiative violates India's claim to Kashmir, the South Asian nation's commerce and industry minister said, explaining New Delhi's reluctance to support Beijing's massive infrastructure-building scheme.

India did not send any official representatives to China's Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, held Sunday and Monday in Beijing to tout Chinese President Xi Jinping's vision of roads, rails and other links stretching across Asia to the Middle East and Europe.

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