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Premier Christy Clark has announced she will be heading to India for a trade mission and will be gone from October 9th until 18th for face to face meetings.
As part of the BC Jobs Plan, Clark will head out on her sixth international trade mission. Along will the Premier will be Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk and a group of delegates. The meetings will take place in New Delhi, Mumbai and Chandigarh with business and government officials.
Virk will also travel to Bangalore to raise awareness for secondary and post-secondary education partnerships and student exchange between B.C. and India.
This trade mission will focus on a number of key areas including education, natural gas and other resources, agrifoods, clean technology, life sciences, film and the arts.
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