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India-U.K. trade talks home in on digital trade, investor protection

Pressure mounts for agreement to come soon as elections loom in both countries

India and the U.K. have so far closed talks on 13 of 26 policy areas in their negotiations for a free trade deal.

LONDON/NEW DELHI -- Indian and British negotiators will be seeking a landing zone on digital trade and investor protection as they hold another round of free trade talks in New Delhi this week.

So far, 13 of 26 policy areas that cover topics such as goods, services, investments and intellectual property rights have been closed. A top official of India's commerce ministry noted that "good, positive" momentum is present across the areas.

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