December 10, 2023 21:30 (IST)
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India-UK close on Free Trade Agreement but few tough points remain: British Minister

London: Britain's Business and Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch, overseeing the free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with India, informed a parliamentary committee that India and the UK are on the verge of finalizing a mutually advantageous trade deal, but the remaining points of contention are the most challenging, media reports said.

Port Talbot: Tata Steel, U.K. Government ink deal to invest USD 1.54 billion

India's Tata Steel and the UK government have announced a joint agreement on a proposal to invest in Electric Arc Furnace steelmaking at the Port Talbot site with a capital cost of £1.25 billion (USD 1.54 billion) inclusive of a grant from the UK Government of up to £500 million ($621 million), subject to relevant regulatory approvals.

Indian firms could soon list in London, UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announces in Delhi

Indian firms could soon list in London, it has been announced as part of a package of plans unveiled Monday by UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt alongside Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, as they met in Delhi for face-to-face talks.

Tata Group to set up a battery gigafactory in the UK

Gaydon (UK): Tata Sons today announced plans to establish a global battery cell gigafactory in the UK with a capacity to produce 40GW of cells annually.

UK braces for likely biggest rate hike in decades

London/UNI: The Bank of England is expected to announce the biggest hike in interest rates in more than three decades at 12 pm on Thursday local time.

Amid 40-yr-high inflation, UK's new PM Rishi Sunak vows to confront 'profound economic crisis'

Rishi Sunak, the former chancellor of the UK's treasury has become the country's Prime Minister after Liz Truss quit the role in just 45 days as 40-year-high inflation gripped the nation, dealing a blow to the households that have been already cutting down daily expenses, and now several even plan to stay away from Christmas shopping.