It is believed that India-UK tie can get even better than current after Brexit, the reason is UK has now wider market for being Independent decision maker. Indian Envoy Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha said.
According to Sinha, present situation will be improved between two nations as India is now more open market to world with stronger FDI concept and UK is fresher in Globalisation. It is a good opportunity for both countries to grow their economy faster by increasing movement of goods and people.
The main focus of India for external affairs is FDI where trade and investment are the major parameter for other nations to be developed. With its dedicated globalisation concept, India is inviting numbers of applications from all the continents in which UK is reconfiguring its relationship with world.
UK has strongly stated that despite 1-year of Brexit (June 23), India-UK ties cannot be affected in terms of protectionism and globalisation. Certain high-profile bodies believe that UK is not able to maintain its proper place in globalisation but Prof. Alice Gast, President of Imperial College London has exact vice-versa thought and she is confident enough about her nation.
Imperial College London claims to be among the India- friendly educational institutions in the UK, with the college’s Indian student numbers rising above 300 last year. Their partnership with AIIMS has collected the largest DNA for Indian stroke victims.