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India: Chief Negotiator meeting planed for January 2016

EU and Indian Chief Negotiators are expected to meet in January to assess the potential resumption of the trade talks. The decision to organise a meeting was taken by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Donald Tusk and President Jean-Claude Juncker during a discussion in the framework of the G-20 summit in Antalaya, Turkey.

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