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Clippings India and the Soviet Union have agreed to expand the list of commodi- ties for trade with a view to meeting the needs of the two sides which have changed with the rapid advance of cooperation. The Indo-Suviet declaration issued on the conclusion of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's visit to the Soviet Union pledges joint efforts to expand co-operation between the two countries. The Economic Times, June 14 Changes in the lndo-Soviet shipping arrangement are currently under negotiations and discussions have been held both at ministerial and official levels.... Since many Soviet ports are closed for outside countries, Indian ships could not lilt third country cargo alter unloading consignments meant for the Soviet Union. However, all ports in India are open and Soviet ships are able, to lift third country cargo with the result that their levenue-earning capacity in relation to Indian shipping lines is more.

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