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Xi's India visit highlights changing power dynamic in Asia

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By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN

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This is just like the Molotov–Ribbentrop pact. Hope you guys are able to get some sleep every now and then.

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Good news is hard to find these days. India's massive low wage labor pool combined with China's rapid economic growth and fast rising wages and standard of living. It's a plus for both sides, both of which are powerful nuclear nations with ICBMs, Nuclear subs, etc. Yet they can get along despite a dispute over some unusable land at 20,000 feet elevation. China now distancing itself from Pakistan and North Korea. India with a dynamic new leader. Sounds like someone else is being left behind in the dust. Radioactive dust.

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Wishful thinking. Thats all this article is.

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Xi and Modi have great mutual respect and trust since Modi's days as Gujarat Chief Minister. Before the end of this week, news and agreements will be made known and both countries can show the world how they can cooperate and complement each other despite some disagreements. This is tremendous for Asia as they both look forward and work towards the betterment of their nations.

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