New Delhi, Jul 3 (UNI) India has sought Kuwaiti investment in the fertilizer sector in the country.
Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath, during his interface with Kuwaiti Finance Minister Mustafa Jassim Al-Shamali here today, welcomed investments from the Gulf country in infrastructure, power and petroleum and petrochemicals.
Detailing the progress made by Indian economy, he urged the Kuwaiti Minister to take steps to enhance economic ties between the two nations. He hoped that bilateral non-oil trade, which stood at 958.41 million dollars in 2007-08, will multiply in the coming years.
The two leaders also discussed trade potential in IT, leather goods, precision instruments, drugs and pharmaceuticals, steel and its products besides tourism.
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