Asia Bizz : David Cameron In India To Strengthen Trade Bonds

The British Prime Minister David Cameron is on a two day visit to India, in hopes to build strong trade relations and create better job opportunities.

The Downing Street has stated that this is the biggest trade delegation ever. He has started his tour in Bangalore and is expecting that UK should be the first partner of choice for India.

Britain seems to be taking India very seriously in trade matters, as the British Business Secretary Vince Cable, has stated that UK would be exporting British Civil Nuclear Technology to India for the first time. This move has come because India is not a part of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Mr. Cable feels that Britain could do better business in India and has a strong potential to that.

Mr. Cable in a speech in Bangalore gave stress on the fact that Britain wants to go ahead on civil nuclear relations.India had signed a deal with BAE to supply 57 Hawk training air crafts to India, which would be built by BAE, Rolls Royce and Hindustan Aeronautical Limited.

He said this dead has provided 200 jobs in the UK. He also took the opportunity to speak about Pakistan and said it is completely unacceptable from Pakistan, as it is supporting terrorism in its country.

The British Prime Minister is here with his cabinet ministers and other business executives, as they feel that India is a region, where it could prove to be a strong economic partner and will also help in boosting exports and attracting investments.


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