07 AprKin of stranded trader fall on hard times

MUMBAI: The financial position of Shyamsundar Agarwal’s family is gradually worsening. His wife, Jyoti, is finding it hard to pay her children’s fees and dues of their Elphinstone Road flat. Two Indian traders-Shyamsunder Agarwal and Deepak Raheja-are embroiled in a legal dispute in China. The two were abducted and tortured after their trading firm’s owner […]

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06 AprZhejiang Yiwu officials syncope truth about Indian diplomats

January 5 of the World Wide Web publication “Global Times” reported that a sudden Indian diplomat fainting incident “caused great concern of the printed media. Indian embassy announced a warning in the Indian businessman away from Yiwu. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei deniedIndian media said the report of the India Consulate General in Shanghai officials recently […]

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01 AprYiwu to blacklist untrustworthy foreign merchants with closer supervision

  BEIJING, Yiwu, March 28 (Reporter Zhang Yan) “We will strengthen the daily supervision of foreign and foreign-funded enterprises and foreign partner enterprises, some of the commerce process against the interests of merchants and guilty of the violations included in the to the blacklist “. Afternoon, Bao Rong Jian, Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province, Deputy Secretary for […]

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30 MarYiwu: India Takes Up Traders’ Case With China Again | news.outlookindia.com

India today asked China to allow two Indian traders facing legal proceedings in this country to return home pending resolution of their case, but Beijing said they cannot leave without paying dues to local businessmen. The issue of Deepak Raheja and Syam Sunder Agrawal, who had threatened to commit suicide if they were not sent […]

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30 MarYiwu Indian Traders Sleeping On Streets of Shanghai

Beijing, March 29: Two Indian traders who are awaiting judgment from a Chinese court over a bitter dispute with businessmen in the southern trading hub of Yiwu were forced to spend Tuesday night sleeping on the streets of Shanghai because they have run out of money, The Hindu reported. Deepak Raheja and Shyamsunder Agarwal stand accused of […]

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29 Mar2 Indian traders in Yiwu: Kidnapped, assaulted & now abandoned?-

Kidnapped, assaulted & now abandoned? 29 Mar 2012, 0848 hrs IST Indian trader Deepak Raheja was freed from the illegal custody of the Chinese just three months ago but now Raheja and his colleague Shyamsundar Agarwal again in deep trouble with no money and Indian embassy stopping financial help they are fending for themselves on […]

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29 MarYiwu:Indian traders in Shanghai told to ‘honour’ their commitments

Chinese officials on Thursday said the two Indian traders who have been rendered homeless in Shanghai while awaiting judgement from a Chinese court cannot leave the country unless their case was resolved and they “honoured their compensations”. Deepak Raheja and Shyamsunder Agarwal have been accused by Chinese traders of owing more than 10 million RMB […]

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28 MarYiwu: Two Indians on hunger strike in China – Indian Express

Two Indians, who were freed from illegal custody of Chinese traders three months ago, today went on a hunger strike in Shanghai, demanding that they be allowed to go home within a week failing which they will commit suicide. In the emails sent to the media on the eve of the BRICS summit in New […]

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