Chinese Visa hurdle for India’s Northeastern states

- Posted in Worldwide by Visa Bureauon 09 March 2011

People in the Northeastern states now have to travel to New Delhi and apply to the Chinese Embassy there for a Chinese Visa.

The move has created a lot of inconvenience for the businessmen from the region, said Federation of Indian Export Organisations Deputy Director General Debdatta Nandwani.

Nandwani raised the matter during a session with a visiting Chinese delegation organised by the Centre for Promotion of India-China Cooperation.

China is India’s largest trading partner. In December last year India and China set a $100 billion trade target by 2015, up from $60 billion in 2010.

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