By Daniel Hunter

David Cameron's trade mission to India has seen the largest ever trade delegation taken by a prime minister to any country in the world.

Mr Cameron, who will be the first British prime minister to visit India's commercial capital in more than 20 years, will be accompanied by more than 100 representatives from multinationals, small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and universities.

His delegation includes four ministers plus nine other parliamentarians, many of whom have Indian heritage. So who exactly has gone to India with the prime minister?

Business delegation: Aecom, Arup, Association of Colleges, Association of Corporate Treasurers, Atkins, BAE Systems, Balfour Beatty, Benoy, Bluewater Bio, Bournville College, BP, Brit Health Care, British Council, British Museum, BT India Pvt., Cobham, Cobra Beer Partnership, Confederation of British Industry (CBI), Conversor, CTC Aviation Group, De La Rue, Debenhams, Deloitte, Diageo, DLA Piper, DMC Healthcare, EADS UK, East End Foods, Financial Services Authority, Flitabout, Griffon Hoverworks, Hildebrand Technology, Hip Impact Protection, HSBC, Infosys, Innovative Physics, InterContinental Hotels Group, Investis, Invotec Group, J&H Sales, JCB, John McAslan & Partners, Joseph Rhodes, KPMG, Lloyd's, London Chamber of Commerce & Industry, London School of Economics & Political Science, London Stock Exchange, London Underground, Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings), MBDA, Mitras Automotive (UK), Monsoon, Mott MacDonald, Muntons, New College Nottingham, OCS Group, Oxford Business Group, Pathfinder Health India, Pi Capital, Polaris Financial Technology, Premier League, Project Orange Architects & Interiors, Red Gate Software, Rolls-Royce, Roy Newey, Serco, Silverstone Hotels, Solent India Business Network & Dutton Gregory Solicitors LLP, Standard Chartered, Standard Life, Steps Drama, Strongfield Technologies, Sybarite Architects, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) UK, Technology Strategy Board, Thales UK, Thames Bridge Capital, The Blackstone Group, The British Library, The City UK, The Clinical Trial Company Ltd, The Open University, TPP, Trans Data Management, Triumph Motorcycles, UK Export Finance, UK Higher Education International Unit, UKIBC, Ultra Electronics Holdings, Ultra Global PRT, University of Cambridge, University of Cardiff, University of Exeter, University of Southampton, University of Warwick, Veetee Foods, Virgin Atlantic, Wadaro, Wellcome Trust, West Nottinghamshire College

Ministers: Lord Green, trade minister, Hugo Swire, Foreign Office minister, David Willetts, universities and science minister, Greg Barker, climate change minister

MPs and peers: Lord Loomba, Lord Noon, Lord Parekh, Lord Patel, Lord Popat, Priti Patel MP, Alok Sharma MP, Paul Uppal MP, Shailesh Vara MP.

'Open to Export' is a UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) initiative in partnership with hibu plc (formerly Yell Group).

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