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India-EU set to resume free trade pact talks after 8 years

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New Delhi, May 07: India and the European Union are set to resume negotiations for a comprehensive trade agreement. The formal announcement would be made at a virtual summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the top leadership of the 27 nation grouping on Saturday.

India-EU set to resume free trade pact talks after 8 years

The free trade agreement package would also include an investment protection pact and a framework on geographical indication. The FTA talks launched in 2007 hit a roadblock in May 2013 when the two sides failed to come to an agreement on crucial issues, which included tariff data security status for the IT sector and market access.

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Sources tell OneIndia that the two sides will resume the negotiations at the virtual summit. The two sides will also announce a connectivity partnership which is aimed at boosting cooperation in sector such as maritime, railways and aviation. This would bring the two sides closer to each other.

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