India is most important for US to beat China: US think tank report: India is most important for US in defeating China

– America wants to stop the growing dominance of the dragon.

This is due to India’s highly skilled technical professionals and strong political and cultural ties between the two countries.

Washington In the United States, China is the most important country in countering China’s growing dominance. This is due to India’s highly skilled technical professionals and strong political and cultural ties between the two countries. The report was released by the American think tank Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. One aspect is that if intellectual property, data handling and other differences arise between the two countries, companies in the IT sector may get in the way.

So, understand why India is necessary to stop China.
Co-author of the report, David Moshela, says that the growing differences between the US and China are bringing the US and India closer together. Relations between the United States, India and China will shape decades of global enmity, costly technology and digital equipment in the IT sector. In such a scenario, the US needs India to compete with China and reduce its dependence on it. Without it, China is difficult to stop.

Research and development, in product design –
India is working very fast in research and development, innovation centers, machine related information, analysis, design and testing of new products. It covers various fields including information technology, biology.

The world will see Delhi’s model, not Beijing:
One view of the report is that in the face of the growing economic, military and international challenges posed by China, India-US interests should be equal. In such a scenario, developing countries will focus on the Delhi model rather than the Beijing model in business and other matters.

… America can do nothing
The report said that if tensions between India and China eased, trade relations between the two countries would be strengthened, in which case the global economy would be even stronger. The United States cannot do much about it.

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