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India, Myanmar to double bilateral trade to $3 bln by 2015

09-28-2011 14:17 BJT

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Seeking to expand their economic cooperation and broad-base their trade basket, India and Myanmar on Tuesday agreed to set a $3 billion trade target to be achieved by 2015 from the existing $1.5 billion.

This was decided at fourth meeting of Joint Trade Commission which was attended by the Union Commerce Minister, Anand Sharma, and the Myanmar's Minister of Commerce, U. Win Myint.

Union Minister of Commerce, Industry & textiles Anand
Sharma (left) with Commerce Minister of Myanmar U. Win
Myint at the India-Myanmar Joint Trade Commission meeting
in New Delhi on Tuesday.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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