ASEANNEW DELHI: India is looking forward to conclude a pact with Southeast Asian nations for opening of trade in services and liberalisation of investment norms at the earliest, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said today.
“The signing of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in goods between India and Asean in October 2009 and its implementation was an important step. We look forward to early completion of negotiations on FTA in services and investment,” Pawar said while addressing the 2nd Asean-India Ministerial meeting on agriculture here.
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