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Selinger on 10-Day Trade Mission in India

January 28, 2013 7:40 AM | News

Premier Greg Selinger addresses the media on the government's complimentary ticket policy during a news conference on Friday, May 11, 2012. (DARRIN BAUMING / CHRISD.CA)


Premier Greg Selinger departed for India on Sunday to begin a 10-day trade mission with members of the Business Council of Manitoba.

Selinger will also join representatives of Manitoba’s colleges and universities to promote the province as a great place to do business and study.

“Manitoba’s family and cultural connections to India run deep and, as one of the world’s fastest growing economies, India represents huge opportunities for Manitoba businesses,” Selinger said in a release. “Expanding our trade with India means helping Manitoba businesses take their products and expertise overseas, and it means creating jobs for Manitoba families.”

Selinger will make stops in Delhi and Mumbai along with several smaller centres including Chandigarh, Bhanohar, Sawaddi, Ludhiana, Agra and Ahmadabad.

— Staff