India and Africa are expected to be the next frontiers of growth in a world affected by an economic slowdown. This presents an opportunity for striking a mutually beneficial partnership between these two regions to realise their true potentials and surge ahead. Our study says that a broader framework of such a partnership can be built on three pillars – food security, energy security and mutual prosperity.
The study goes beyond the routine approach of crafting individual African country’s trade profiles and shows possibility of a new model of growth by exploring the patterns of exports and imports and identifying potential products and markets from both Indian and African perspectives. It also provides a future road map for a relationship which is inter-dependent and complementary. For more details of the report please visit http://www.assocham.org/publications.php or click on View Report.
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