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BANGALORE, India (Reuters) - President Nicolas Sarkozy urged India on Saturday to support France's agenda of reforming the global monetary system during its presidency of the G20 and hinted a nuclear deal could be signed on his trip.
The French president started his four-day visit in the southern technology hub of Bangalore. He leads a delegation of 50 senior businessmen as well as top cabinet officials, including Economy Minister Christine Lagarde.
He wants to push an ambitious agenda for the G20 group of developed and emerging nations, including reform of the international monetary system, improvements in global governance and greater stability in international commodity prices.