Trade ministers of India and 10-member ASEAN will review the progress of ongoing negotiations to widen the base of free trade agreement between them by including services and investments.
India today strongly pushed for early conclusion of a free trade agreement with ASEAN in services and investment and expansion of communication links with the member States of the 10-nation
India will press for an early conclusion of a pact with Southeast Asian nations for mutual opening of trade in services and liberalisation of investment norms when Asean officials visit
Trade ministers of India and 10-nation ASEAN today asked their negotiating officials to "step up efforts" and show greater flexibility for early conclusion of the free trade pact in services
Trade Ministers of India and Asean, which will meet on August 13 in Indonesia, are expected to discuss the progress of the ongoing negotiations for a free trade agreement in
ndia's services sector picked up steam in June, with activity rebounding from a 20-month-low in May as new orders rose sharply and costs climbed at a slower pace, a survey
India's services sector expanded at its slowest pace in 20 months in May as soaring prices and interest rate hikes gnawed at new business growth and reduced the level of
India's trade with the 10-member South East Asian nations bloc may touch $70 billion by 2014 because of the free trade agreement (FTA) that came into force last year, a
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