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3) Despite frequent visits by heads of respective countries, the U.K.’s and India’s shares in each other’s exports, both goods and services, have steadily declined, and bilateral trade at $14 billion falls far short of their $30-billion goal announced in 2010. Discuss why and what measures both countries need to take in this regard.

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3) Despite frequent visits by heads of respective countries, the U.K.’s and India’s shares in each other’s exports, both goods and services, have steadily declined, and bilateral trade at $14 billion falls far short of their $30-billion goal announced in 2010. Discuss why and what measures both countries need to take in this regard. (200 Words)

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