Faced with a huge trade deficit with India, Nepal has urged New Delhi to give more market access to its products and accept their laboratory and quality standards back home, a senior official of the Himalayan Kingdom said on Thursday.
India will push for early conclusion of an economic accord with Indonesia to achieve the bilateral trade target of $25 billion by 2015, with cumulative Indian investments of $20 billion into this country, the Indian envoy said.
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio
Hatoyama on Monday pitched for intensifying bilateral trade with
India, particularly in infrastructure and technology, during
his meetings with the doyens of Indian business and industry.
PM Manmohan Singh on Monday underlined the importance of India and Russia in sustaining global economic recovery and said the two countries have decided to take bilateral trade to a much higher level of USD 20 billion by 2015.