Industry: India’s neutral stance in war complicates cooperation

According to the Federation of German Industries (BDI), India’s neutral stance after the Russian attack on Ukraine makes political and economic cooperation with Germany more difficult. “The West must reckon with the fact that India will not assign itself to any camp in an increasingly bipolar world order,” said Wolfgang Niedermark, a member of the BDI’s executive board, on the occasion of the German-Indian government consultations in Berlin on Monday.

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