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September 10th, 2007

Indo-British bilateral trade up 30 percent

Abstract:
he bilateral trade between India and Britain has grown by 30 percent in the last two years, British Deputy High Commissioner Simon Wilson said here Monday.

In the next couple of months, quite a few major delegations from Britain will visit Kolkata to explore opportunities in the water management sector, nanotechnology, education, healthcare and urban rejuvenation, the deputy high commissioner said.

Source:
mangalorean.com

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