NEW DELHI — China has proposed building a highway to India to expand trade and tourism between the two countries, an Indian government official says. Manohar Joshi, India's Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, says Chinese officials also have suggested starting commercial air services between India and China. Trade between the two countries currently totals US$2 billion annually. Joshi says China has expressed interest in Indian machinery, automobile components, software, ...

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