Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have just paid separate visits to Rwanda, pledging over $300 million in loans to the tiny, landlocked African country. Rwandan President Paul Kagame is spearheading a pan-African single market. His country is currently in a trade spat with the U.S. over
Jerusalem: Israel is eyeing the strong middle class base in India to boost its exports, capitalising on the momentum generated by the “historic” visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but scepticism persists here due to stalled discussions on a free trade agreement (FTA). “India is a key export market for Israel.
India and the US have vowed to promote stability and ensure the freedom of navigation across the Indo-Pacific region New Delhi (Sputnik) – Experts said the development is significant as it reinforces American commitment in ensuring the balance of power in the region where China has emerged as a dominant power. A joint statement issued
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