* Two-way trade to nearly double in two years * Indian business officials join PM on visit * India challenges China's influence (Adds statement from PM, details of Indian investments) By Andrew R.C. Marshall SITTWE, Myanmar, May 27 (Reuters) - In northwest Myanmar, where the Kaladan River flows out into the Bay of Bengal, the two giant arms of a half-built wharf enfold the estuarine mud with steel and concrete. Their embrace is fraternal - Myanmar's giant neighbour India is funding the new ...
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