US keeps keen eye on Asean-India relationship

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Even as Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on his just-concluded India visit was urging Malaysian companies to tap India’s burgeoning middle-class once the services and investment sectors between Asean and India were liberalised, US experts on Asia sharpened their gaze on the happenings in New Delhi, where Asean leaders descended to attend the two-day gargantuan India-Asean Commemorative Summit marking two decades of India-Asean relations.

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