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Nasscom releases book

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BANGALORE: UK Trade and Investment and Nasscom together have brought out a book offering information and advice to Indian companies looking to establish a presence in the UK.

Infinite Possibilities: A Guide to Establishing a Presence in the UK, was brought out by the Nasscom President, Mr Kiran Karnik, and released by the British High Commissioner to India, Sir Michael Arthur, and the Nasscom Chairman, Mr Jerry Rao.

UK Trade and Investment is the UK Government's overseas commercial arm and its inward investment team provides integrated support and services to foreign business investors on locating and expanding in the UK.

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