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Narendra Modi, widely tipped to be India’s next prime minister, may show flexibility in economic ties with China but also “create new problems”, a Chinese daily said Wednesday. “Modi … is expected to present a tougher stance on political disputes but take a ‘more flexible’ economic policy towards China,” the Global Times quoted analysts as saying. The article, by Global Times writer Yang Jingjie, was on “India’s restrictive policies barrier to trade with China”.

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