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Bangalore, Dec. 5

Several US companies in IT, healthcare and logistics are looking for business opportunities and joint venture possibilities in India, according to Mr Patrick Kirwan, Director, Trade Promotion Coordination Committee, US Department of Commerce. He is currently in the country leading the largest-ever delegation of 202 companies - mostly SMEs. After attending the India summit at Mumbai last week, the teams branched out to visit Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata on December 4 and 5.

One branch that visited Bangalore on Tuesday had interactions with members of the Bangalore Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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