Free trade negotiations may be favourable for Indians with extended study visas

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Free trade negotiations may be favourable for Indians with extended study visas
James Cleverly mentions their significant relationship with India and acknowledges the progression of the UK-India free trade agreement talks.

For the past 18 months, India and the UK have been negotiating to expand their business and investment relationships. More work and study visas are anticipated for Indian nationals, In keeping with recent agreements of a similar nature reached between Britain, Australia, and New Zealand.

The dialogues, according to James Cleverly, have made significant progress, and he believes 

that the UK-India relationship is vital for them and one which they want to strengthen and deepen.

The two prime ministers have decided that an early conclusion is necessary and are ready to resume negotiations, It, however, had been scheduled to be finished by Diwali. While discussing it with TIMES, James Cleverly said that so many Indians want to study in the UK and he also added that Indian companies want to engage in commerce there which is considered as a really positive development and a reason to celebrate.

James Cleverly also mentioned that he is elated to see the excitement and passion among the Indians about the British PM, Rishi Sunak, who is of Indian descent. 

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