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MOU Between India and Japan to Improve Quality Approved

The Union Government has approved the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Japan in order to improve the quality and testing of Indian textiles and clothing for the Japanese market.

The Cabinet chaired by PM Modi approved the signing of MoU between M/s Nissenken Quality Evaluation Centre, Japan, and Textiles Committee, India


The Union Government has also approved an MoU between India and Finland for the cooperation of the field of Geology and Mineral Resources.

The signed MoU between India and Finland will facilitate cooperation in the field of training, geology, suitability analysis, and mineral prognostication with the intent of strengthening and reinforcing the scientific links.

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