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Theresa May lays groundwork for post-Brexit India trade deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, held wide-ranging talks Monday aimed at deepening ties between their countries and boosting trade and investment as the U.K. gets set to leave the European Union. (Photo: Agencies)
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, held wide-ranging talks Monday aimed at deepening ties between their countries and boosting trade and investment as the U.K. gets set to leave the European Union. (Photo: Agencies)
May arrived in New Delhi late Sunday on her first trip outside of Europe since she became prime minister in July. She was accompanied by trade officials and a large business delegation consisting predominantly of small and medium-sized businesses. (Photo: PTI)
May arrived in New Delhi late Sunday on her first trip outside of Europe since she became prime minister in July. She was accompanied by trade officials and a large business delegation consisting predominantly of small and medium-sized businesses. (Photo: PTI)
Modi hopes to attract British companies to invest in India and urge Britain to ease visa restrictions on Indian business leaders traveling to the UK. (Photo: PTI)
Modi hopes to attract British companies to invest in India and urge Britain to ease visa restrictions on Indian business leaders traveling to the UK. (Photo: PTI)
Meanwhile, May would like Indian companies to invest in Britain. In recent years, India has emerged as the third-biggest investor in Britain, creating thousands of new jobs as the UK prepares for its EU exit, or Brexit. (Photo: PTI)
Meanwhile, May would like Indian companies to invest in Britain. In recent years, India has emerged as the third-biggest investor in Britain, creating thousands of new jobs as the UK prepares for its EU exit, or Brexit. (Photo: PTI)
According to Britain's trade office, India is the second-largest international job creator in the country. Indian companies currently employ more than 100,000 people in the UK. (Photo: PTI)
According to Britain's trade office, India is the second-largest international job creator in the country. Indian companies currently employ more than 100,000 people in the UK. (Photo: PTI)
Earlier on Monday, Modi and May inaugurated a technology summit to boost trade in advanced scientific and technology businesses.(Photo: PTI)
Earlier on Monday, Modi and May inaugurated a technology summit to boost trade in advanced scientific and technology businesses.(Photo: PTI)
May said she would be promoting the best of Britain, sending out the message that we are open for business, and making the most of the opportunities offered by Brexit as the world's foremost champion of free trade. (Photo: Twitter/PIB)
May said she would be promoting the best of Britain, sending out the message that we are open for business, and making the most of the opportunities offered by Brexit as the world's foremost champion of free trade. (Photo: Twitter/PIB)
Although Britain cannot sign any bilateral trade deals until it has left the European Union most likely in 2019 May's visit is seen as signalling a desire to get the ball rolling as early as possible.
Although Britain cannot sign any bilateral trade deals until it has left the European Union most likely in 2019 May's visit is seen as signalling a desire to get the ball rolling as early as possible.
A British official said May had made India a priority as it matters now more than ever, given that its current seven percent growth is better than all other major economies. (Photo: Twitter/PIB)
A British official said May had made India a priority as it matters now more than ever, given that its current seven percent growth is better than all other major economies. (Photo: Twitter/PIB)
Liam Fox, in charge of a new department for international trade, is travelling with her and due to hold detailed talks with his Indian opposite number Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday. (Photo: Twitter/PIB)
Liam Fox, in charge of a new department for international trade, is travelling with her and due to hold detailed talks with his Indian opposite number Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday. (Photo: Twitter/PIB)
Speaking before her departure from London, May said the two countries were natural partners and she was committed to rebooting an age-old relationship in this age of opportunity. (Photo: AP)
Speaking before her departure from London, May said the two countries were natural partners and she was committed to rebooting an age-old relationship in this age of opportunity. (Photo: AP)
Accompanied by a delegation of around three dozen business leaders, May arrived in the smog-bound capital New Delhi late Sunday and will travel to the tech hub of Bangalore on Tuesday. (Photo: AP)
Accompanied by a delegation of around three dozen business leaders, May arrived in the smog-bound capital New Delhi late Sunday and will travel to the tech hub of Bangalore on Tuesday. (Photo: AP)