Myanmar - China Pipline - beginning of the end for Indian Influence ?

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Re: Myanmar - China Pipline - beginning of the end for Indian Influenc

dear @roma things are not bad for India. among shareholders of the pipeline JV there're 2 Indian firms along with Koreans, Burmese and Chinese. pls search.

diplomatically India'd better ensure Burma safeguard its operations. militarily u'd better keep those separatist militants in check.

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Re: Myanmar - China Pipline - beginning of the end for Indian Influenc

dear @roma things are not bad for India. among shareholders of the pipeline JV there're 2 Indian firms. pls search.
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hmmmmm are we indeed becoming smart enough to work together

- or at least make a start in that direction
 
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Re: Myanmar - China Pipline - beginning of the end for Indian Influenc

indian state companies are participating in it including flagship gas company GAIL. nothing like ceding myanmar to china, rather this is good as indian participation is project of chinese interest. this should be a thing to be happy.
just think the opposite taking place where chinese company participating in indian destined pipeline in myanmar
 

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