India must go further in EU trade talks - EU


BRUSSELS, May 20 (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Tuesday that India needed to go further than its opening offer on market access in bilateral trade talks with the European Union. "I can confirm that we have received the document from India," said Peter Power, spokesman for EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson. "I can confirm that it is certainly a useful and worthwhile opening bid for a negotiation that will have to go further," he said, calling for movement in the next year ...

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