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Over 30 Indian companies are participating at the 16th Kenya International Trade Exhibition in Nairobi, Kenya. The mega event is being held from October 6th to 8th 2012 at Kenya’s prime international venue, the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.  “Kenya International Trade Exhibition is an excellent platform for Indian companies to effectively promote their range of products in a market that is filled with major...

  • Posted on : Saturday , 19th July 2014
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India and Africa have agreed to raise their bilateral trade target to $90 billion by 2015 from $70 billion set earlier. This follows bilateral trade reaching $60 billion last year. “A 20-fold growth within a decade is indeed an achievement worth applauding. I propose that given the current growth rate, we may agree to revise the trade target to $90 billion by 2015,” said the Union Commerce, Industry and Textiles Minister, Mr...

  • Posted on : Wednesday , 12th September 2012
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NEW DELHI — Indian and African leaders on Sunday agreed to sharply increase bilateral trade to $90 billion by 2015 as the two sides discussed potential deals. The South Asian country is aiming to boost its trade and diplomatic ties with Africa where China has already made major inroads by striking multiple deals, building infrastructure projects and offering soft loans. The goal of achieving $90 billion in trade between India and China...

  • Posted on : Saturday , 19th July 2014
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Jindal Steel & Power Ltd will spend about $100 million over two to three years to develop a coal mine in Botswana that it is acquiring through its purchase of Canada’s CIC Energy Corp, a company official said on Wednesday. Jindal agreed to buy the Canadian company in July for $115 million in cash, mainly for its holding in Mmamabula coal field in Botswana with estimated reserves of 6 billion tonnes. “The basic premise of taking...

  • Posted on : Saturday , 19th July 2014
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An academician of Indian origin has been selected for a prestigious science award in South Africa for her contribution to the advancement of science and building the knowledge base. Sarojini Nadar has been named the winner of the Distinguished Young Women in Science Award, which was announced by Naledi Pandor, South African Minister of Science and Technology. “These awards go to young women scientists and researchers who have made an...

  • Posted on : Saturday , 19th July 2014
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