In what is seen as a tit-for-tat move, China has cautioned its citizens against travelling to India following protests over the increase in petroleum prices, after New Delhi issued advisories warning its traders against doing business in the Chinese commodity hub of Yiwu.
China’s recommendation is so broad as to be comical, suggesting Chinese travelers steer clear of Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai, among other places.
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