India, US discuss commercial aspects of N-deal

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India and the US on Tuesday discussed how to take forward the commercial aspects of the civil nuclear agreement.

This was one of the issues apart from energy, innovation as well as regional issues such as Afghanistan and the neighbourhood which came up for discussions during the one-hour long meeting that the visiting US Vice-President Joe Biden had with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

The Prime Minister underlined the significance of economic exchange between the two countries in helping India to tackle the host of issues relating to enhancement of the well-being of the Indian people.

Earlier in the day, the visiting dignitary also had wide ranging discussions on bilateral relations as well as regional issues with Vice-President Hamid Ansari. Biden outlined US President Obama’s and his own personal commitment and interest in expansion of India-US bilateral relations.

(This article was published on July 23, 2013)
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