President Barack Obama has used his first visit to India to announce $10bn (£6.1bn) worth of business deals to help boost exports and jobs in the US.
t is the start of a 10-day visit to Asia – the longest foreign excursion of his presidency so far. The president – wounded by what he called a “shellacking” in last week’s midterm elections – said he hoped the trip would boost jobs and economic ties with India.
At a meeting of US and Indian business leaders Mr Obama said the relationship between his country and India will be one of the defining and indispensable partnerships of the 21st century.
“The United States sees Asia, especially India, as the market of the future.
Full Article in Sky News-By Osman Baig and Kat Higgins