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India, South Korea to discuss financial cooperation

IANS | Seoul |

Officials from New Delhi and Seoul will meet in New Delhi on Thursday to discuss ways to expand economic and financial cooperation, South Korean Finance Ministry said on Monday.

The working-level talks will be lead by Jin Seung-ho, Finance Ministry Director, Yonhap news agency reported.

Among the top agendas to be discussed is the $10 billion Seoul-New Delhi financial programme aimed at developing the subcontinent's infrastructure, which was agreed at the bilateral summit meeting in 2015, said the ministry.

India is South Korea's eighth-largest trading partner with its exports to New Delhi hitting $11.6 billion last year.