David Cameron coming to India, all set to lure students
Today, MNC giants Vodafone and BP remain big investors in India and about 2/3rd of the total Indian investments in the European Union goes to the UK.
Britain is also keen to develop partnerships in the field of education and English language teaching.
With Punjab remaining an agri-major state, UK can help the state with its post-harvest technologies.
According to officials, there are opportunities in research and innovation, as UK is quite good in these fields and the two sides can cooperate to have a "winning combination".
Britain is also keen to work together in the area of life sciences and biotech and health care.
With the stringent immigration rules put in place by UK, ahead of his visit, Cameron has reportedly said that, Indians were always welcome to UK.
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