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Thiruvananthapuram, May 31

Business-matching.com, a company based in Sweden, has launched a membership-based Web Site to promote trade between India and the Scandinavian countries. The site will provide a platform for sellers in India to interact with buyers in the Scandinavian countries, particularly Sweden, said Ms Sarah Meiling and Mr Andrew S. Suneson, founders of Business-matching.com. Indian companies can become members of the site by paying Rs 1,140 for a 12-month subscription, they added. The Thiruvananthapuram-based St Joseph's Press has signed on as the first Indian `seller' on the site.

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