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German team to visit India to further tech ties

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New Delhi , Jan 19

TO further foster ties in the Indo-German technology relationship, a German delegation would participate in the forthcoming Electronics India 2006 to be held in the Capital.

The delegation, organised by the International Technology Cooperation Network, is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, Government of Germany, and implemented by the Federation of Industrial Research Organisations.

The delegate will explore investment opportunities in the Indian electronics SME sector.

The delegation would also participate in the Indo-German business forum that would feature presentations on the electronics sector and the opportunities for Indo-German collaboration.

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