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Population: 1.33 bn.
GDP: $2.6 trn.
Debt: $513.2 bn.

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Fury over Vedanta

A foreign company’s comments sparked public and government anger in a far-reaching debate about mining policy and taxes

Calls for higher mining taxes are increasing and new audits are in progress after comments about Zambia by the Vedanta Resources Chairman, Anil Agarwal, caused outrage. On 9 June, ...


Tripling trade

African countries are calling for more investment in local manufacturing and processing capacity – and India's private sector is ready to oblige

India's diplomats started off the year with a flurry of official visits to North African countries with a view to strengthening economic ties there. External Affairs Minister Salma...


KCM on the back foot

With elections just two years ahead, the threat of job cuts unnerves the Lusaka government

Konkola Copper Mines, a subsidiary of Anil Agarwal's London-listed Vedanta Resources and Zambia’s second-largest copper producer, is having a rocky ride under the Patriotic F...


KCM on the back foot

With elections just two years ahead, the threat of job cuts unnerves the Lusaka government

Konkola Copper Mines, a subsidiary of Anil Agarwal's London-listed Vedanta Resources and Zambia’s second-largest copper producer, is having a rocky ride under the Patriotic F...


Essar on hold

Negotiations drag on but the relaunch of ZISCO will take place before year's end, according to the Commerce and Industry Minister


    Vol 7 (AAC) No 1 |
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Sunil Bharti Mittal

Chairman, Bharti Airtel, India

Beijing and New Delhi may profess that they are not in competition in Africa, but businessman Sunil Mittal made it clear in October that he regards Chinese companies as his major c...


Closing tax loopholes

Mauritius will host another round of talks to discuss amending a controversial tax treaty, as the finance sector shifts its focus to Africa

Mauritius has invited Indian officials to a new round of discussions, in early October, on the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) signed by the two countries in 1982. This ...


Grab first, drop later

Addis Ababa reconsiders policies after India-backed agribusiness projects fail to deliver

Ethiopia is rethinking its land policies after the failure by India’s large agribusiness ventures, which have also drawn much criticism from non-governmental organisations, t...


    Vol 6 (AAC) No 11 |
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Rahul Dhir

CEO, Delonex Energy, Britain

Delonex Energy was launched by Rahul Dhir in 2012. The former boss of oil company Cairn India is now working with Warburg Pincus, a large United States-based private equity firm, t...


    Vol 6 (AAC) No 10 |
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Subhanu Saxena

Chief Executive Officer, Cipla, India

Africa is a major market for the pharmaceuticals industry, especially with regard to antiretroviral and antimalarial medicines, and India’s Cipla aims to grab a big share of ...


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