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Cross over: UK wants India as a major partner

07-29-2010 13:32 BJT

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For more information on the UK PM's visit to India, we're joined by our Indian correspondent Shweta Bajaj. Hello, Shweta.

Q1: Many say the vast delegation of British officials and business leaders dispatched across India has sent an unmistakable message that the new UK government wants India as a major partner. How is the Indian side reacting to the message?

Q2: Britain was the fifth largest exporter to India in 2005, but has since fallen to 18th. Why is this the case? What do you think the prospects are for closer UK-Indian economic ties?


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