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India–Uruguay relations


India–Uruguay relations

India-Uruguay relations
Map indicating locations of India and Uruguay



India–Uruguay relations are the relations between India and Uruguay. India is represented in Uruguay through its embassy in Buenos Aires in Argentina; it also has a consulate general in Montevideo.[1] Uruguay has an embassy in New Delhi[2] and a consulate in Mumbai.[3]

Historically there have been very few immigrants between both countries. In the last years, the Indian company Tata Consultancy Services opened an important local office at Zonamérica.[4][5] India is becoming a significant trading partner of Uruguay;[6] opportunities lying ahead are enormous.[7]

Both countries are members of the Group of 77.

See also


  1. ^ Indian Consulate in Montevideo
  2. ^ Embassy of Uruguay in New Delhi
  3. ^ Consulate of Uruguay in Mumbai
  4. ^
  5. ^ TCS in Uruguay
  6. ^ Uruguayan exports
  7. ^ Asia-Pacific: opportunities (Spanish)

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