During the negotiations leading to the conclusion of the current India-China trade agreement, the two delegations recognized that the problems related to inspections, investigations, navigation, insurance and the movement of businessmen needed to be examined and resolved in a practical manner in order to better achieve the objectives of the agreement and further strengthen trade relations between the two countries. These issues relate to specific issues rather than substantive issues, so both delegations agreed to postpone consideration of these issues to a later date. It is to be hoped that, in these subsequent discussions, our two governments will be able to find constructive solutions that will help promote and stimulate the flow of trade between our two countries. I have received today, with gratitude, your letter of October 14, 1954, which is: (Here is the text of letter 1) I approve of the content in your letter mentioned above on behalf of the central government of the People`s Republic of China. Your letter and confirmation will be treated as part of the agreement. Both sides, who wish to take all appropriate measures to develop trade between the two countries, agree to consider in their entirety all proposals to promote trade. List of agreements between two states, two blocs or one bloc and one state. The Government of the Republic of India and the Central Government of the People`s Republic of China, driven by the common desire to develop trade between the two countries and to conclude the already existing friendship between the governments and peoples of India and China, on the basis of equality and mutual utility, on a list of negotiating agreements , as follows. Agreements that have so far been discussed only in the absence of formal action by the parties concerned are not mentioned. Negotiations for a comprehensive free trade agreement between the EU and India began in 2007 and suspended in 2013, with ambitions between the EU and India lacking.
The EU remains committed to working towards an ambitious, comprehensive and balanced free trade agreement with India, which meets the best interests of each side and is a win-win. Swadeshi Jagran Manch, close to the RSS, did not speak out in favour of multilateral trade agreements. Instead, it was said that India should focus on strengthening the atmanirbhar India board.