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Bid to lure Indians

Shashi Ashiwal

MR ENRIQUE RUIZ de Lera, Director for SE Asia, Australia, New Zealand and India, the Spanish Tourism Board, with Ms Paloma Notario Bodelon, Director of New Markets, at a press conference in Mumbai on Monday. The Spanish board views the Indian market as a small but growing segment, with high spending power .

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