India, Bahrain ink agreements to boost bilateral ties
1.6.2012 (UNI) India and Bahrain have signed agreements, including one related to exchange of tax information, with a view to promote economic and investment ties between the two countries.
According to International Monetary Fund, the trade between the nations currently amounts to 1.7 billion a year.
The agreements were signed during a two-day state visit by a senior Bahrain delegation led by Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince of Bahrain and Chairman of EDB, a statement issued by Bahrain's Economic Development Board (EDB) said yesterday.
The delegation was visiting Mumbai and Delhi to strengthen bilateral relationships between the business communities and to highlight investment opportunities in the Kingdom. UNI