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Narendra Modi meets Australian special envoy on Free Trade

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, on August 6, 2021. Highlights Both the leaders addressed measures to strengthen bilateral trade, investment, and economic cooperation with the objective of realising full potential of India-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. They underlined that, improved economic cooperation between India and Australia will help both ..

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UK launches process to start Free trade talks with India

United Kingdom launched the process to start free trade talks with India followed by launch of a 14-week consultation process with business representatives to get their views on prospective Free trade deal. Highlights Free Trade talks is expected to formally start in September-October, 2021. This “Enhanced Trade Partnership (EYP)” will bring up new opportunities for ..

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UK-India $1.4 billion investment deal

The Government of India and British Government recently finalised a one billion pound of trade and investment with India. This is expected to create 6,500 jobs in the UK. The deal has been finalised ahead of the virtual summit between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The leaders will ..

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What are CLMV countries?

The sixth India-CLMV Business Conclave 2020 was recently held. During the conclave, India invited the CLMV countries to join International Solar Alliance and the Resilient Supply Chain Initiative. The Conclave was held under the theme “Building Bridges for Constructive Development”. During the conclave, India mentioned that it is ready to share COVID-19 vaccine with the ..

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UK Enters into First Major Post-Brexit Deal with Japan

The UK has signed its first major post-Brexit trade pact by signing a deal with Japan. The deal aims to boost trade between these two countries by about £15bn. The deal would boost UK GDP by 0.07%, though, it is just a fraction of the trade that was lost with the European union (EU). Significance ..

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