MUMBAI, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Business leaders from India and China said they were yet to be convinced by political talk of stronger economic ties between the two neighbours, given the obstacles companies face in each other's countries. Chinese President Hu Jintao called for the two Asian giants to invest more heavily in one another as he rounded off a four-day trip to India on Thursday with a speech to business leaders in financial hub Mumbai. Indian Trade Minister Kamal Nath told the ...
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