India combats for liberalized visa regime with china

September 12, 2014

China to agree on liberalized visa policy with India

The Indian Government is combating for a liberalized visa regime with China given that agreed on hampering stapled visas to people of Arunachal Pradesh.

The center has been considering simplifying the visa policy, a measure which will help to strengthen economic ties between the two countries. The visa policy includes extending the validity period of business visas, abolishing restrictions on re-application of visit visas, and providing one month period for home ministry clearance for applications.

The visa policy was not yet signed and signing the regime will evade bottlenecks in Chinese investment heading to India, which helps to counterbalance the abolishing trade relations between the two nations.

The President of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping’s visits India on 17 September 2014, will generate significant benefits scaling from investments made in infrastructure including industrial parks, railways, and trans-border transport corridors.

India expects that XI will discuss about definite strategies to stimulate exports from India to China in various fields, including pharmaceuticals and IT.       

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