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Indian media said that the expansion of call centers would be strengthened after the national summit. According to the economic times of India on April 21, a China India Business and trade expert said on April 21 that after the BRICs leaders' summit in Sanya, Hainan, China may relax the regulations on foreign investors and company operators. Indian enterprises in China plan to increase their investment and expand their staff by five times in the coming years

it is reported that at present, there are more than 100 Indian companies operating in China. Rahul Singh Talwar, a lawyer at Dacheng central law firm in Singapore, said: "some of our clients admit that the Chinese provincial government supports their business, so they are planning to continue to expand their business in China. After Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh held a summit with Chinese President Hu Jintao in Sanya, our client confidence increased greatly." The renewable environmental protection of Dacheng central lawyer has been concerned by many environmentalists. The clients of the firm are all operating in China, India and Singapore

Indian trade minister Sharma's solution: Anand Sharma also asked the Chinese government to allow Indian companies to bid for contracts with the Chinese government, especially in the fields of information technology, medicine and health

Lawyer tawal also said that Indian companies are very experienced in operating call centers of foreign companies, and he hoped that China could also adjust the regulations in this regard, so that foreign companies could operate this business for several months even if they have achieved A-level performance. Global Times

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