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In another push towards a sustainable India-Africa partnership the Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) has, on behalf of the Government of India, extended a Line of Credit (LOC) to the Government of the Republic of Tanzania to the tune of USD 500 million for the purpose of strengthening the Water Supply Scheme in 23 Towns. The LOC Agreement  was signed by Mr.David Rasquinha, Managing irector, on behalf of Exim Bank and Ms. Amina Kh....

  • Posted on : Saturday , 2nd June 2018
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Maruti Suziki, has once again proved that it is India’s car market leader by selling 1.77 million vehicle until March 31st 2018. This clearly means that they’re a year and a half ahead of their goal of reaching their annual sales target of 2 million units. In April, Maruti witnessed the highest monthly sale ever by selling 1.65 Lac vehicles in India. Maruti is looking forward to sell 2.5 million vehicles per annum by 2022-2023 and 5...

  • Posted on : Saturday , 2nd June 2018
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Blessed with abundant resources available at its doorstep; the African Territory is a breath away from producing the best forms of energy. This has made it ‘the perfect catch’ for many countries in terms of trade opportunities, one such country is India. With this thought in mind, the Indian pavilion will be participating at the 7th edition of Power & Energy Africa, Kenya. The event that showcases the latest products and...

  • Posted on : Monday , 28th May 2018
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 Triveni Turbines, India’s largest global manufacturer of steam turbines will be participating in the 7th edition of Power & Energy Africa, Kenya. The event that showcases the latest products and development in the field will commence on the 29th till 31st of May 2018 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi. Displays will include products such as engines, turbines, transmitters, fiber optics, insulator,...

  • Posted on : Wednesday , 23rd May 2018
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 The world's third-largest oil consumer, India, said on it had received assurances from the world's top oil exporter Saudi Arabia it would ensure adequate supplies to keep a lid on soaring oil prices.   The statement came as oil prices rose back to $80 per barrel for the first time since 2014 due to rising concerns over disruptions to Iranian oil exports because of new U.S. sanctions and due to plummeting output in...

  • Posted on : Friday , 18th May 2018
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