India, China sign 8 agreements
New Delhi: India and China today signed eight agreements. This follows the end of official delegation level talks between Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
MoUs on buffalo meat and other products were among the agreements signed between the Ministries of External Affairs and Commerce.
Singh said that he sincerely appreciated the decision of Li to make India his first foreign trip since taking over.
He said that the rise of India and China is good for the world and the world has enough space for both.
The Prime Minister also invited Chinese investments in Indian infrastructure. He also sought greater market access for Indian goods in China.
RBI Chief Raghuram Rajan stated that more economic data is needed to be confident that economic growth is picking up, although he added that the benefits to exports from the Rupee's fall is yet to kick in.
Date 11-12-13, Duration 2:19, Views 32