The Prime Minister has said Britain and India are "on track" to double trade to £23 billion by 2015. Speaking after a meeting with his India counterpart Manmohan Singh, he said:
We want to go further and open further British trading offices here in India.
We want to create a pan-Indian network of British business centres by 2017 ...
We discussed today how we should both be looking at how we reduce the barriers to investing in our countries.
He also added that he wanted to see "rapid progress" towards the completion of an EU-India free trade agreement.
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