India and China on Thursday signed six pacts, including one in the field of green technology.

The agreements were signed after talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.

Besides the MoU on green technology, the two sides also signed a MoU each on exchange of hydrological data of common rivers, media exchanges and cultural exchanges.

Two pacts were signed in the banking sector. These were an MoU each between Reserve Bank of India and Chinese Bank Regulatory Commission and EXIM Bank of India and Chinese Development Bank.

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