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Access India event helps to facilitate bilateral investment

Set alongside a backdrop of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, UK, The Access India event as part of the Make in India initiative gave British small and medium enterprises (SMEs) the opportunity to meet with large manufacturing businesses and government representatives, to facilitate bilateral investment and help SMEs to set up Indian manufacturing operations.

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