DLA Piper's Tony Angel joins delegation to boost UK business relationships with India
Tony Angel, global co-chairman of DLA Piper, will join British prime minister David Cameron and other leading business representatives on a business delegation visit to India. The aim of the business delegation is to enhance the UK’s relationship with India, which is the world’s 10th largest economy.
The delegation will visit Mumbai and Delhi and will meet with significant Indian business leaders and politicians during this time.
DLA Piper’s India team comprises more than 180 lawyers.
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