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UK Foreign Secretary Mr. William Hague went by India on 7-9 July 2014. He met EAM on 8 July 2014, amid which the two sides talked about advancement in two-sided relations over an extensive variety of parts and additionally local and worldwide issues of common investment. Reinforcing individuals to individuals contacts, participation in social parts, circumstance in India's neighborhood and multilateral issues were amongst the issues that surfaced amid the exchanges.

Amid the visit, UK Foreign Secretary was joined by Chancellor of the Exchequer Mr. George Osborne who held the seventh round of India-UK Economic and Financial Dialog (EFD) with Minister of Finance and Defense on 8 July 2014. Talks in the EFD concentrated on macroeconomic issues, foundation financing, monetary administrations and regulations and exchange and venture relations.

An Accord for 'Improving participation in foundation and Public-Private-Partnership (PPP)' was marked by the two Ministers amid the EFD. Both nations consented to seek after joint deal with investigating approaches to energize expanded institutional financing in base including an one billion British Pound line of credit from UK Export Finance (UKEF) to backing Indian foundation ventures. Furthermore, it was chosen to build the India-UK Financial Partnership backed by the Governments and budgetary administrations businesses to develop the monetary area interfaces between the two nations.

This Information was given by the Minister of state in the Ministry of External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs Gen. (Retd.) Dr. V. K. Singh in Rajya Sabha today.



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