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Armenia and India to cooperate in IT industry

13:05, 07.11.2011 Region: World News, Armenia Theme: Innovations

YEREVAN. – Armenia and India have huge future plans in terms of trade and economic as well as investment cooperation, Armenian Minister of Economy Tigran Davtyan stated, during a press conference on Monday, following his meeting with Sachin Pilot, Indian Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology.

The high-level Indian delegation is in Armenia to attend official opening of the Armenian-Indian Center for Information and Communication Technology Excellence, which took place at Yerevan State University. 

As per Davtyan, together with the Indian delegation they discussed cooperation prospects, specifically in pharmacy, light industry, IT, and high tech. 

In his turn, Minister Pilot said: “The work experience, which India has amassed, can be extremely useful for Armenia.”

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