Britain and India announce “breakthrough” in relations-Aiming to double trade by 30-Bloomberg

British Prime Minister Johnson and Indian Prime Minister Modi held a virtual summit meeting on the 4th, proposing a “breakthrough” in bilateral relations. The two countries aim to double bilateral trade by 2030.

In a statement released by the British government after the meeting, Prime Minister Johnson said a “new era” with India had begun and that Britain would continue to support India, which has been hit by a serious epidemic of the new coronavirus.

The UK has announced that it will expand its trade with India by £ 1 billion. The exact period has not been revealed, but it is expected to create 6,500 jobs in the UK.


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