NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India has begun trade talks with the European Union (EU) and is open to dialogue with the United Kingdom on a free trade deal, the trade minister said on Saturday, as Asia`s third-largest economy seeks new markets for its products. With the UK seeking to build stronger trade relations around the world, amid its chaotic exit from the European Union (EU) and difficulties in striking a trade deal after Brexit, Raab said the end of the transition period will allow Britain to regain control of the ability to strike free trade agreements with the rest of the world. especially in Indopazifik. Piyush Goyal said India was open to a preferential trade deal with the ultimate goal of a free trade agreement with the UK. M. Jaishankar added that the trade ministers of the two sides have already had discussions towards a trade deal and that “there is a serious intention to advance our trade relations.” As of today, it is clear that there is a great chance of deepening our relations with India. We want to remove existing trade barriers, create more quality jobs and promote innovation between two of the world`s largest democracies. I am pleased that our common ambitions are now in the spotlight as we strengthen our trade relations. India and the United Kingdom agreed on Tuesday on key elements of a 10-year roadmap to improve their relations, pledging to accelerate talks for a free trade agreement amid British trade relations amid its problematic exit from the European Union. Raab said Britain`s next integrated strategic review would involve an “Indo-Pacific inclination” and that there was “no stronger partner” in the East than India. A.
Sakthivel, President of the Council, said in a press release: “It has been learned that after the implementation of Brexit in January 2021, 47 least developed countries (LDCs), including Bangladesh, will continue to enjoy preferential trade advantages in the UK. . . .