British PM Johnson signals visa flexibility with India to win trade deal

Published by
Reuters UK

By Andrew MacAskill AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson indicated he was ready to offer more visas to India in return for this year clinching a free-trade deal that could boost annual bilateral trade by billions of pounds. Speaking on the plane on his way to the world’s second-most populous country, Johnson signalled he was ready to be more accommodating on an issue that could have stalled the talks. “I have always been in favour of talented people coming to this country,” Johnson told reporters. “We are short to the tune of hundreds of thousands of people in our …

Read More

Pd Biomarker Testing Market Likely to Emerge over a Period of 2022 – 2030

Pd Biomarker Testing Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Factors & Challenges, Segmentation & Regional Outlook, Top Industry Trends & Opportunities, Competition Analysis, COVID-19 Impact

Read More »