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Policy Brief | Indo-Dutch Cooperation on Sustainable Futures
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India is eager to harness research and technologies in sustainable resources and in a way that is investment-driven. Many of the existing cooperative initiatives are being executed in a public-private mode and are focused on selection of models from the Netherlands, knowledge exchange, and research collaborations and trainings. Given how cooperation between India and the Netherlands on this matter hinges mainly on investment and scientific exchange, the way forward should take account of five key aspects.
 

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