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India underlines need for enhanced cooperation with ASEAN

Amid territorial dispute in South China Sea, India today underlined the need for enhanced India- ASEAN cooperation for maritime security, freedom of navigation and peaceful settlement of disputes in accordance with the international law.

RCEP pact to boost India-ASEAN trade to $200 bn by 2022

Noting that the India-ASEAN trade was well below potential, a top government official on Wednesday said the regional comprehensive economic partnership (RCEP) pact -- expected to conclude later this year -- will help boost trade to USD 200 billion by 2022.

India's business with ASEAN countries only 30% of total trade

India's business with ASEAN countries is only 30 percent of total ASEAN trade even as the thrust is on increasing business through infrastructural development connecting important trade points, Ministry of External Affairs Secretary (East) Anil Wadhwa said on Tuesday.

India-ASEAN trade in goods robust: Minister

She said the coming into effect of the India-ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement has improved trade interactions between the two parties.

India committed to work with ASEAN: Ansari

India is committed to work with ASEAN, particularly with Vietnam, to enhance security and add greater content to bilateral strategic partnership, Vice President Hamid Ansari said Wednesday.

India-ASEAN Trade Conclave to focus on business and culture

The conclave, titled 'ASEAN-India Connectivity with a focus on North East India', would be chaired by Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and will be also attended by CII President Adi Godrej, official sources said.

Final India-ASEAN FTA talks likely by Dec 20

The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN)-India Commemorative Summit is scheduled for December 20-21.

India joins talks to create world's biggest free trade market

ASEAN leaders have pledged to create the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) comprising their 10 member-nations and six partner countries: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.

'India-Asean partnership, a win-win situation for both sides'

India's growing partnership with ASEAN is a win-win situation for both sides which together constitute about 1.8 billion people along with a booming market, India's Ambassador to Thailand Anil Wadhwa said here on Thursday.