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Delhi ‘Cracks’ Brussels: India’s Mission to Access the European Market

The European Union and India might not seem like the most obvious of natural partners. Yet, as Professor Pascaline Winand writes, the story of their on-off engagement over the past 60-or-so years and their efforts to build a mature trade relationship have turned up a fascinating story of trade access and shifting realities.
First encounters: New Delhi meets Brussels
What happens when the two encounter each other for the first time? In 1957, an independent India, looking to its export markets, sees an impediment to development in the emergence of the new trading bloc in Europe. Not only does the European Economic …read more

Source: Australian Institute of International Affairs

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