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India extends biggest ever line of credit worth $2 billion to Bangladesh
DHAKA: India today signed a landmark agreement with Bangladesh extending USD 2 billion to the country in its biggest ever overseas credit line, five years after it inked a credit agreement worth USD 1 billion with its neighbour.

Four nations ink deal for 10 billion TAPI gas pipeline project
Islamabad, Mar.4 (ANI): In a move aimed at updating and finalising the pipeline route in Afghanistan, the four nations Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) have signed an initial 10 billion agreement.

Modi's magic: Is India's economic miracle a mirage?
During Apple's most recent earnings call, the CEO revealed that iPhone sales in the country grew 76% over the previous year. He described India's potential as "incredibly exciting," and its demographics, with an average age of just 27, as "incredibly great."

Vietnam calls for investment from Indian apparel mills
New Delhi (VNA) – Vietnamese Ambassador to India Ton Sinh Thanh has called on Indian firms to invest in apparel production and supply in Vietnam during an investment promotion event with northern Indian textile mills in Ludhiana, Punjab State, India.

Vietnam takes part in filming locations show in India
New Delhi (VNA) – Vietnam is attending Locations Show 2016, India’s largest film tourism event held by the India International Film Tourism Council (IIFTC) and the Film Federation of India (FFI), for the first time.

ASEAN - India Trade Hits US$76.53 Billion
NEW DELHI, Feb 17 (Bernama) -- Trade between India and ASEAN countries crossed US$76.53 billion in 2014-15, with the host country at the eighth edition of the Delhi Dialogue looking for ways to further enhancing the trade.

Ringing Bells to launch India's cheapest smartphone at Rs 251
Domestic handset maker Ringing Bells will launch India's most affordable smartphone for Rs 251 today evening, a move that is set to disrupt the growing handset market in the country.

Four Decades of India – Vietnam Economic and Commercial Relations & the Way Forward (Part 2)
Paper will be in 2 parts: Part I: Four Decades of India – Vietnam Economic and Commercial Relations; Part II: The Way Forward for the Next Decade

Four Decades of India – Vietnam Economic and Commercial Relations & the Way Forward (Part 1)
Paper will be in 2 parts: Part I: Four Decades of India – Vietnam Economic and Commercial Relations; Part II: The Way Forward for the Next Decade

Tata Group set to focus on Vietnam, Myanmar
MUMBAI: At least seven companies of India's oldest conglomerate, Tata Sons, have zeroed in on Vietnam and Myanmar as markets that need to be penetrated into. Growing economies and an expanding middle class, as well as pacts with global powers and tax incentives have made these countries important for firms that seek to reach out further into the Asean and global markets.