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Vol 1 (AAC) No 11

Published 1st September 2008


Zambia

Investment and jobs

Old ties could lead to a bright future

Zambia's relations with India go back a century to colonial rule under Britain, when people from the subcontinent were recruited by the colonial authorities as civil servants and others set up trading networks in southern and eastern Africa. Although much smaller than the Indian community in Kenya, Indians in Zambia have played a bigger political role and have also been important commercially.They could become more important still as the Indian government is committed to working more closely with them as it moves to boost its relations with Africa.

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