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New Delhi wants to encourage Russian investments and has invited the country’s companies to explore business opportunities and strengthen bilateral economic ties, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu has said.
“We can set up a special economic zone for Russian companies,” he told reporters.
Prabhu invited the governors of the Russian Far East to explore partnerships with local businesses. He has recently met with his Russian counterpart to discuss enhancing bilateral trade and investment. They also talked about the possibilities of mutual cooperation in sectors such as mining, agriculture and tourism.
According to Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, “two-way investments have already crossed the $30 billion target” which the countries have set for 2025.