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Indian Official Says Greater FDI Inflow Depends on Trade

Ljubljana, 16 May - Trade between India and Slovenia totalled only EUR 85m last year. According to Tarun Das, chief adviser to the Confederation of Indian Industry, an increase in trade is a precondition for more Indian foreign investment in Slovenia.

Ljubljana, GZS
Tarun Das, chief adviser to the Confederation of Indian Industry (middle) and Indian Ambassador to Slovenia Villur Sundararajan Seshadr (right) address Slovenian businessmen.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana, GZS
Indian Ambassador to Slovenia Villur Sundararajan Seshadr believes poor knowledge of Indian potentials is the main reason for the modest trade with Slovenia.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana, GZS
Tarun Das, chief adviser to the Confederation of Indian Industry, tells Slovenian businessmen that an increase in trade is a precondition for more Indian foreign investment in Slovenia.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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