Following annual trade talks, which ended on the 24th of October, India and Czechoslovakia have signed agreements for trade in 1973.
MV INT. Gregor greets Mishra
MV Mishra & Gregor take seats at table
SV & CU Mr Shah signing agreement
MV Mr Peter signing
MV Mishra & Gregor talking
SV Indian delegates look on as Peter & Shaah exchange agreements
Initials SGM/1945 SGM/1937
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Background: Following annual trade talks, which ended on the 24th of October, India and Czechoslovakia have signed agreements for trade in 1973.
The agreement was signed by Mr Shah, from India's Ministry of Foreign Trade, and Mr Ivan Peter, the Czechoslovakian Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign Trade. The signing was watched by India's Minister of Foreign Trade, Mr Mishra, and the Deputy prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, Mr Gregor. The agreement provides for a continuing trade in traditional items, but next year India will also export ready-made clothes, machinery, pipes, cosmetics and detergents. In return Czechoslovakia will sell tractor spare, machine tools, steel and steel products, newsprint and printing equipment.