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What’s mine is mine

In November 2010, India’s Essar group (through its Mauritian subsidiary) announced it would take a 54% stake from the government of Zimbabwe in its long-troubled iron and steel wor...

‘An emerging priority’

New Delhi’s diplomats struggle to offer Africa something that Beijing and Washington do not

India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh describes Africa as ‘an emerging priority’ for his government, which is poised to reinforce its economic, diplomatic and security links with t...

    Vol 4 (AAC) No 3 |

Sriprakash Jaiswal

Deputy Minister of Coal

India is seeking African supplies to cope with a looming coal shortage. Dependent on coal, India has large reserves – 58.6 billion tonnes in 2009 – but environmental regulations ob...

Digging deeper

New Delhi wants to beat its international competitors in the race for new oil concessions by building strategic partnerships with Angola and Sudan

India’s diplomats are looking for both commercial and ‘preferential’ means to access oil acreage and to increase oil supplies. However, the Indian government will need to speed up ...

    Vol 4 (AAC) No 1 |

Ravi Ruia

Co-founder and Vice-Chairman, Essar Group

The Essar Group’s overseas expansion is accelerating into Africa. In April, Ravi Ruia announced that his sojourn in London would become permanent. The city became his capital-raisi...

India follows China’s lead

Wherever China goes in Nigeria, India tends not to be too far behind. Chinese contractors may have landed all of the major railway deals in Nigeria (AAC Vol 3 No 4), but Indian man...

    Vol 3 (AAC) No 12 |

Ratan N. Tata

Chairman, Tata Group

Ratan N. Tata is the Chairman of the Tata Group, an industrial conglomerate that began life as the cotton trading company of his great-greatfather, Jamshetji Tata. The Group now ...

Beijing gazumps New Delhi

China's state companies advance billion-dollar oil and banking deals while India's plans are now on hold

The Lagos State government, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and the China State Construction Engineering Corporation signed an US$8 billion deal this month for a 300,...

Take the diamonds and run

A fly-by-night Indian company registered in Hong Kong has packed its bags and disappeared after mining diamonds and not paying taxes for more than four years. Kasaï Oriental...

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