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India-France to boost bilateral trade cooperation

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New Delhi, Nov 10 (KNN) To boost bilateral economic and technical cooperation between India and France, the Ministry of commerce and industry (MCI) is to host the 18th Session of India-France Joint Committee on 27th November, 2020.

The committee would be co-chaired by Hon'ble Minister of State for Commerce & Industry.

The committee will address the major economic challenges and review the status of commercial and financial exchanges between India and France.

Ministry had also sought feedback from Indian businesses also in this regard.

The 17th Session of India-France Joint Committee was held in Paris on 24 October 2017. The meeting was focused on a reinforced strategic partnership (including cooperation in the civilian nuclear field and defence. Committee discussed multilateral issues of common interest (G20 and WTO issues), on EU-India relationships, and also on strengthening of our bilateral relations in various areas (trade and investment exchanges, market access, investment protection, industrial and sectorial cooperation).


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