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Nordic economic powerhouse Sweden wants to co-create products with India to build long-term relationship for the global market 
Last month during Indian PM trip to Sweden both countries signed agreements to begin a strategic innovation partnership. 
Swedish Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Mikael Damberg notes, Sweden has learned that co-creation is a way of building long-term relationships in the world market, Stockholm also understands that knowing different customers are key for different markets. India and Sweden can even export to other markets – a third country. 
PM Narendra Modi during his visit to Stockholm last month met 40 CEOs of Sweden’s top companies to attract investment and innovation. 
Source: The Economic Times

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