Algeria Angola Benin
Botswana Burkina Faso
Central African Republic
DR of Congo (DRC) Djibouti
Egypt Ethiopia Eritrea
Ivory Coast Kenya Lesotho
Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi
Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nigeria Niger
Republic of Congo(RC)
Sao Tome & Principe
Senegal Sierra Leone
South Africa Sudan Swaziland
Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe
Helping Indian companies do business with Africa
INDIA : India’s Trade with the African Region notched US$ 38.96 Billion in the year 2009-10 (DGCI&S provisional figures) constituting 8.37% share in India’s total trade. Trade with the region has grown at a CAGR of 18.10% from US$ 4.48 Billion in 1996-97.
AFRICA : 54 Countries, 1 billion people, US$ 1.01 Billion of trade. Imports worth US$ 468 billion include Mineral Fuels, Oils, Machinery, Vehicles including Boats, Ships, Aircrafts, Electronics & Electricals, Iron & Steel & Articles thereof, Cereals, Plastics, Pharmaceuticals, etc.
Top 20 product groups imported by select African countries ............. [More].
Sector Profiles/Investment Opportunities Detail
Liberia is a fragile state undergoing a post conflict transformation with the assistance of the international community, which has deployed peacekeepers and police personnel to support the stability of the country’s political and security situation. Due to the several wars that have induced various impediments, including that of a collapsing infrastructure, the degraded institutional capacity and loss of experienced and skilled manpower the economy in Liberia was not so strong.. .............Read More
There is an increasing requirement of quality financial services in Liberia. A strong financial system serves as the basis for growing much of the domestically driven economy and also providing a bridge for foreign investors to enter the country. At present, the largest growth sectors of the financial service industry include commercial banking, investment banking, leasing, and insurance. ..........Read More
Global Trade / Bilateral Trade