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Diversion or Creation of Trade

before and they are still busy sorting out things among themselves. Though the Nepalese Prime Minister, Kirtinidhi Bista, recently denied in his talks with an emissary of Bisheshwar Prashad Koirala that his Government was working hand in glove with communists to keep democrat ie forees at bay, there is no denying that the Singha Darbar is already infested with channels of Chinese influence. This is not to imply that Nepal would opt for Chinese communism or that Singha Darbar and Kathmandu reflect the preferences of the rest of the country outside Kathmandu Valley

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