Trade relationship with China.

Chinese foreign minister is visiting India. It is stated that he wants to strengthen mutual business relations. But the question is: Is there any mutuality in relationships?
India is gross importer of Chinese goods of all kinds. The good are cheap in price but even cheaper in quality. While import is without any prior licence or open general licence export is another scenario. No country including India or its citizen can sell anything in china without prior permission of Chinese Government.
Is this kind of relationship be called Mutual?
Here is another example. There is a website called alibaba.com. It sells Chinese goods in bulk or large quantity. The website is accessible to whole of word and if ordered goods are home delivered. No permission required.
Now I can sell my books any where in the world through Amazon but not in China.
Yes prior permission of Chinese Government is required.
Interesting!
No pathetic example of non mutuality.

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A lawyer, thinker, author, Linux/Ubuntu power user and sometime an economist or gardener or philosopher or cook or photographer depending upon the current thought and environment. View all posts by Sandeep Bhalla

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