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Korean firms have the edge to succeed in India, says Modi

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 05:50

Ms Park (left) and Mr Modi are greeted by South Korean elementary school students during a welcoming ceremony at the presidential house in Seoul on Monday. The Indian PM's trip is packed with a whirlwind of meetings with business tycoons from South Korea's largest conglomerates.


INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Seoul on Monday for a two-day visit heavily focused on economic ties with Asia's fourth-largest economy and beefing up investment from South Korean firms.

Following talks with President Park Geun-Hye, Mr Modi told a joint press

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