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Kamal Nath to address Oxford students

Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath, will deliver a special address at the University College in Oxford tomorrow.

New Delhi, May 2 : Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath, will deliver a special address at the University College in Oxford tomorrow.

During his visit to the UK, Nath is also likely to call on Prime Minister Tony Blair.

On the bilateral front, he will hold discussions with UK Secretary of State for Trade and Industry Alistair Darling and participate in the Indo-UK Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) review meetings.

JETCO was established in September 2004 to further develop a strategic economic relationship and promote business-led vehicles to enhance bilateral trade and investment between India and the UK.

Indo-UK trade has gone up substantially in recent years, with two-way trade between the two countries rising from a level of 6.2 billion dollars in 2003-04 to 9 billion dollars in 2005-06.

India had a trade surplus with the UK in 2005-06 as India's exports to the UK surged to 5.1 billion dollars and India's imports from the UK stood at 3.8 billion dollars.

ANI

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