Britain given visa warning
Eastern Eye Staff
by AMIT ROY INDIAN TRADE DEALS WILL BE ‘DIFFICULT’ IF RIGID LINE IS KEPT PRIME MINISTER Theresa May’s government will find that negotiations aimed at signing a Free Trade Agreement with India will prove “difficult and prolonged” if it continues to stick to its rigid line on visas, especially on intra-company transfers. This was stated by Anuj Chande, a corporate finance partner and head of the South Asia Group for Grant Thornton UK, in an exclusive interview. Asked whether intra-company visas were still a problem, Chande confirmed: “It is still a problem. I think the UK needs to pay attention to that…
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