Cameron’s culture club

19 February 2013
On his current three-day visit to India, UK Prime Minister David Cameron buy cialis online has urged the Indian government to cut regulation and red tape to help encourage trade and investment from UK businesses. In return, he announced a same-day visa service for Indian business people to attract them to the UK. Cameron believes India will become a top three economy by 2030 and wants to see Britain become its “partner of choice”. He arrived in the country with the largest ever trade delegation to travel overseas with a British Prime Minister, which included SMEs, hoping to drum up large numbers of business deals in India. Of course, the presence of the PM will boost firms chances of winning contracts, but the UK small businesses would also benefit from a similar boost the Australian government has announced, where it is providing AUS$1 billion (£667 million) investment in SMEs to increase competitiveness. However, the speed of trade growth in India is expanding above expectations, so it is essential the UK companies are ready to take advantage. UK business has to learn from its dealings with such countries as China, where understanding the country’s culture and how that relates to business is as important as - if not more so - the deals themselves. To cultivate a long and enduring business relationship takes time and understanding, this week is just the beginning for these UK firms.
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