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India, Russia to talk FTA, ways to up bilateral trade

Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 

Trade ministers of and are expected to chalk out a road map for signing of a pact the Eurasian Economic Union and take up issues to boost bilateral trade at a meeting here tomorrow.

The Eurasian Economic Union includes Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.



Commerce and Industry Minister and her Russian counterpart Denis Manturov are slated to address the India-Business Forum after inaugurating the International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS).

The ministers are expected to take stock of the report of the joint study group on the feasibility of a agreement (FTA) between the and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and decide on the timeframe for bilateral negotiations and components of the proposed pact.

The two sides may also take up the issue of mutual market access for agricultural and processed food products, including dairy products and bovine meat, to widen the range of products for bilateral trade.

Several measures, including an agreement on a zone between the EAEU and India, is expected to help increase the bilateral trade with to USD 30 billion by 2025, which stood at USD 6.17 billion in 2015-16.

is slated to showcase its technological and engineering prowess to top international firms at the IESS.

The 3-day event, beginning March 16, is being organised by engineering exporters' body EEPC and is likely to see participation from 400 top global exhibitors and over 500 foreign delegates.

India's engineering exports are likely to touch USD 62 billion in 2016-17 on the back of revival of demand in the US.

For April-January 2016-17, the engineering exports have touched the USD 50.87 billion mark, exceeding the total shipments of USD 49 billion for the whole of 2015-16.

EEPC Chairman T S Bhasin said that while the engineering exports have started growing again, the growth has come about on a low base, an offshoot of sluggish performance in the last few years.

Delegates from countries, including the UK, Brazil, the US and the UAE, are taking part in the IESS.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The Eurasian Economic Union includes Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

Commerce and Industry Minister and her Russian counterpart Denis Manturov are slated to address the India-Business Forum after inaugurating the International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS).

The ministers are expected to take stock of the report of the joint study group on the feasibility of a agreement (FTA) between the and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and decide on the timeframe for bilateral negotiations and components of the proposed pact.

The two sides may also take up the issue of mutual market access for agricultural and processed food products, including dairy products and bovine meat, to widen the range of products for bilateral trade.

Several measures, including an agreement on a zone between the EAEU and India, is expected to help increase the bilateral trade with to USD 30 billion by 2025, which stood at USD 6.17 billion in 2015-16.

is slated to showcase its technological and engineering prowess to top international firms at the IESS.

The 3-day event, beginning March 16, is being organised by engineering exporters' body EEPC and is likely to see participation from 400 top global exhibitors and over 500 foreign delegates.

India's engineering exports are likely to touch USD 62 billion in 2016-17 on the back of revival of demand in the US.

For April-January 2016-17, the engineering exports have touched the USD 50.87 billion mark, exceeding the total shipments of USD 49 billion for the whole of 2015-16.

EEPC Chairman T S Bhasin said that while the engineering exports have started growing again, the growth has come about on a low base, an offshoot of sluggish performance in the last few years.

Delegates from countries, including the UK, Brazil, the US and the UAE, are taking part in the IESS.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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India, Russia to talk FTA, ways to up bilateral trade

Trade ministers of and are expected to chalk out a road map for signing of a pact the Eurasian Economic Union and take up issues to boost bilateral trade at a meeting here tomorrow.

The Eurasian Economic Union includes Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

Commerce and Industry Minister and her Russian counterpart Denis Manturov are slated to address the India-Business Forum after inaugurating the International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS).

The ministers are expected to take stock of the report of the joint study group on the feasibility of a agreement (FTA) between the and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and decide on the timeframe for bilateral negotiations and components of the proposed pact.

The two sides may also take up the issue of mutual market access for agricultural and processed food products, including dairy products and bovine meat, to widen the range of products for bilateral trade.

Several measures, including an agreement on a zone between the EAEU and India, is expected to help increase the bilateral trade with to USD 30 billion by 2025, which stood at USD 6.17 billion in 2015-16.

is slated to showcase its technological and engineering prowess to top international firms at the IESS.

The 3-day event, beginning March 16, is being organised by engineering exporters' body EEPC and is likely to see participation from 400 top global exhibitors and over 500 foreign delegates.

India's engineering exports are likely to touch USD 62 billion in 2016-17 on the back of revival of demand in the US.

For April-January 2016-17, the engineering exports have touched the USD 50.87 billion mark, exceeding the total shipments of USD 49 billion for the whole of 2015-16.

EEPC Chairman T S Bhasin said that while the engineering exports have started growing again, the growth has come about on a low base, an offshoot of sluggish performance in the last few years.

Delegates from countries, including the UK, Brazil, the US and the UAE, are taking part in the IESS.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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