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Seychelles to Get $10 Million Radar From India

February 15, 2012

(Corrects currency conversion in headline and first paragraph.)

Feb. 15 (Bloomberg) -- India will give Seychelles a radar system valued at 140 million rupees ($10 million) to help combat piracy in the Indian Ocean island nation’s waters.

Seychelles Foreign Affairs Minister Jean Paul Adam and his Indian counterpart S.M. Krishna signed an agreement in Delhi yesterday, according to a joint statement received by e-mail.


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