India's Haryana state looks to UK partnerships
This article was originally published in Clinica
A trade meeting this week between the UK and the government of the north Indian state of Haryana emphasised mutual collaboration, innovation and increased trade ties. Healthcare, biotech and information technology were among the fields in which collaboration was mooted. Chief minister Bhupinder Hooda said that Haryana's manufacturing and services are "thriving", and that it is home to a number of UK multinationals. Partnerships with Indian firms will "push globalisation and technological progress" of UK companies, according to the UK Trade and Investment delegate Lord Digby Jones. Other delegates attending the Partnership Summit 2008, in Haryana, included Deep Kapuria (chairman, Confederation of Indian Industry - CII - north region) and Jatender Mehta (vice-chairman, manufacturing competitiveness sub-committee, CII, north region).
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