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PM Urges Closer Canada-India Partnership ‘More Quickly’


Epoch Times Staff
Created: November 7, 2012 Last Updated: November 7, 2012
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper attends the World Economic Forum in Gurgaon, India, on Nov. 7. In his remarks at the forum, Harper said Canada has weathered and recovered better from the global recession than most other countries due to its economic policies, listing its five ‘T’s’ of actions: keeping taxes down, investing in training, developing technology, transforming bureaucratic processes, and promoting international trade. Harper emphasized the need for Canada and India to become closer trade partners “more quickly.” He urged both countries to “redouble our efforts” and noted that Canada’s core economic opportunities in India include energy, agriculture, infrastructure, and education. (Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images)

Prime Minister Stephen Harper attends the World Economic Forum in Gurgaon, India, on Nov. 7. In his remarks at the forum, Harper said Canada has weathered and recovered better from the global recession than most other countries due to its economic policies, listing its five ‘T’s’ of actions: keeping taxes down, investing in training, developing technology, transforming bureaucratic processes, and promoting international trade. Harper emphasized the need for Canada and India to become closer trade partners “more quickly.” He urged both countries to “redouble our efforts” and noted that Canada’s core economic opportunities in India include energy, agriculture, infrastructure, and education. (Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images)

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