India-Germany bilateral trade to touch euro 20 billion in 2012

India and Germany have set an ambitious target of 20 billion euro bilateral trade turnover by the end of 2012. German economy standing tall in the storm of Eurozone Crisis and also playing an important role in resolving one of the worse financial crisis faced by European countries since the Second World War. The preliminary figure suggest that the bilateral trade between India and Germany has gone past 15.5 billion euro in 2011 and the most interesting fact is the year is yet to conclude.

India and Germany has set the target to achieve 20 billion euro bilateral trade in 2012 as major German company has planned to invest in India.

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