Yishai visits India to enhance trade, economy ties

December 4, 2006 11:46


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Labor, Industry and Trade Minister Eli Yishai arrived in India Monday on a four-day visit during which he is to hold talks with Indian leaders to enhance trade and economic ties, officials said. Yishai began his tour in Mumbai, India's commercial hub, where he met with business leaders at a meeting organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry. The Shas leader was leading a delegation that consisted of 50 entrepreneurs from such fields as information technology, logistics, irrigation, infrastructure, agro-technology, defense and security. "He will hold talks with India's Trade Minister Kamal Nath in New Delhi on Tuesday," an Israeli embassy official said in New Delhi.

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