US President Trump in India: Trade and security discussed

Trump's visit to India raised trade and geostrategic issues, mainly over China's 'expansionist' policies in Indian Ocean.

    President Donald Trump recently concluded a visit to India marked by plenty of pageantry.

    But the two countries did not sign key deals other than India's purchase of $3bn-worth of US helicopters.

    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi did promise to cooperate more on regional security; the US sees India as a buffer to China's growing influence in the region.

     

    Al Jazeera Tony Birtley reports from New Delhi, India.


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