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Help for the East

With European security support to be reduced in 2015, Kinshasa is counting on China and India to help the UN mission and Congolese troops

India and China are offering to help President Joseph Kabila’s government secure its eastern borders following a series of bilateral meetings in June in Kinshasa. These offer...

    Vol 6 (AAC) No 9 |

R. V. Kanoria

Former President, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry

Businessman R. V. Kanoria, the former President of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, led a 21-member delegation to Morocco on 27-31 May, to attend the Afr...

Not in our back yard

While Mali’s government is preoccupied with retaking the northern region occupied by Islamists and Tuareg rebels, Indian firm Sahara Mining is facing challenges of its own in Tienf...

Middleman at the gate

On 26 April at the Libreville headquarters of Oil India Limited, Paul Maurice Tomo lay shirtless on the ground in front of a painted sheet that read: ‘Five years that this has las...

    Vol 6 (AAC) No 7 |

Salman Khurshid

External Affairs Minister, India

Salman Khurshid, Minister of External Affairs, was in Uganda on 17-18 April, on his first official visit to Africa. Ahead of the third India-Africa summit due in 2014, Khurshid wa...

    Vol 6 (AAC) No 5 |

Prasun Kumar Mukherjee

Managing Director, Sesa Goa, India

Prasun Kumar Mukherjee, Managing Director of Sesa Goa, India’s largest private iron-ore exporter, has announced that his firm will invest US$2.6 billion in the development of three...

Big projects and bottlenecks

Natural resources are still the main draw for investors but new markets for India’s food, services and consumer goods beckon the big companies

The Indian National Congress and Manmohan Singh will try to hang on until general elections are called, in mid-2014 at the latest. With corruption fuelling the public’s anger, the ...

Political diamonds

Harare has lost hundreds of millions of dollars in tax from diamond smuggling: some of it will end up financing next year’s election campaign

The row over Zimbabwe’s missing diamond revenues will be at the centre of political campaigning ahead of next year’s general elections. Anti-corruption activists are accusing India...

    Vol 6 (AAC) No 2 |

Anil Sardana

Managing Director, Tata Power

Anil Sardana is looking overseas to escape the constraints Indian markets place on his company. In April 2012, Tata Power formed a joint venture, Cennergi, with South Africa’s Exx...

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