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November 5th, 2007

Germany bets big on Bengal potential

Abstract:
Bengal is expected to play a significant role in Indo-German bilateral trade, which is expected to touch $20 billion by 2012.

"There is an increase in interest in India and Bengal, with its strategic location, can play a significant role in enhancing Indo-German trade," said Hans-Henning Blomeyer-Bartenstein, German director-general for Asian and Pacific Affairs.

Six German delegations have visited the state in the last one year, including representatives from diverse sectors such as automobiles, engineering and nanotechnology.

Source:
telegraphindia.com

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