Secretary General, EFTA writes: Economic pact between India and EFTA states will further boost trade, investment


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On April 26, high-level delegates from the four European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states — Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland — and India met in New Delhi “to discuss the prospects of resuming their negotiations towards a Trade and Economic Partnership Agreement (TEPA)”. A joint statement issued at the end of the talks reflects the parties’ common decision to “continue their efforts to resolve all issues outstanding and work towards deepening and strengthening the economic partnership, while contributing to a more inclusive global trading system”, a message of a shared desire to conclude a mutually beneficial TEPA at the earliest...