UK and India enter into MoU to collaborate on vehicle R&D


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UK Prime Minister David Cameron recently expressed their wish to promote innovation-led growth in the automotive sector in India.

They identified a need to collaborate and exchange technical knowledge in research and development, testing and administration of testing systems for vehicles. The UK and India are therefore willing to share expertise in these fields to develop knowledge and experience.

This will be achieved through an MoU (memorandum of understanding) to be signed between appropriate departments and agencies under the Government of India and UK.

December 2, 2015


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