New Delhi: India and Argentina have agreed to a bilateral exchange of young researchers and Startups, particularly in the field of Biotechnology and Agriculture. Union Minister for Science and Technology  Dr Jitendra Singh said this in New Delhi after meeting a high-level delegation led by the Governor of Santa Fe province of Argentina, Omar Angel Perotti. 

Dr Singh said that the two countries also decided to hold comprehensive talks between delegations comprising academia, Research, and Development  Institutes, and Industry in the field of Science and  Technology and

The Indian delegation evinced interest in collaborating in Geospatial technology, Quantum Computation, and Bio-Enzymes. It was pointed out that India has the world’s third largest Startup ecosystem and there is huge potential for joint studies and collaboration at various levels such as institutional, universities, and multilateral fora.
India is the 4th largest trading partner of Argentina, with bilateral trade touching a historic peak of  6.4 billion US dollar in the year 2022, recording a growth rate of 12 percent over 2021.

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