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UK and India trade and investment talks: joint statement

The finance ministers of the UK and India met in London Thursday 16 May for the sixth round of their annual Economic and Financial Dialogue.

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Joint statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Finance Minister of India after the sixth UK-India Economic and Financial Dialogue

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The dialogue included other ministers, and senior representatives of both finance ministries and central banks. At the meeting they discussed ways to strengthen mutual cooperation and further boost trade and investment between our two countries.

Their joint statement sets out their common commitment to take the necessary steps to support growth and jobs, ensure financial stability and restore economic sustainability.

Published 16 May 2013