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Monuc moves out

The United Nations announced in early March that it would begin to withdraw its peacekeeping mission, the Mission des Nations Unies en République Démocratique du Congo (Monuc) from...

RITES not right

The renovation of Tanzania’s dilapidated railways stalls due to a dispute between the government and its Indian partners

The Rail India Technical and Economic Services buyout of 51% of Tanzania’s national railway company is set to collapse this month. In March 2006, RITES agreed to buy part of the ...

Untoward Indian tillers

A US$40 million concessionary loan from the Indian government is mired in delays, a legal review and accusations of corruption. Moreover, the mix of army-owned enterprises, tied ...

    Vol 3 (AAC) No 4 |

Anil Agarwal

Chairman, Vedanta Resources, India

Chinese investment may attract the ire of the Zambian opposition (see Briefing), but it is an Indian company that operates Zambia’s largest copper mine. Anil Agarwal’s Vedanta R...

Deconstructing Chindia

Delhi’s diplomats show how its brand of democracy and business differs from Beijing’s

India’s push for more trade and access to African mineral resources in 2010 will be made with one eye focused on Beijing. Indian diplomats and businessmen are trying more than ever...

    Vol 3 (AAC) No 3 |

Mohammad Hamid Ansari

Vice-President, India

Indian Vice-President Mohammad Hamid Ansari began 2010 with a seven-day trip to Zambia, Malawi and Botswana. Ties abound between India and the three countries: Vedanta is the large...

It's not over until it's over

After winning back its oil acreage, South Korea offers pipelines, a power station and negotiations with its commercial rivals

After winning a court battle over the Nigerian government's attempt to cancel its oil production licences, South Korea's Korea National Oil Corporation is offering to finance bil...

New men for a new push

A new team of Africa policymakers in Delhi is helping companies and banks to expand their investments on the continent

The second iteration of India's Congress Party-led federal coalition has augmented its diplomatic, strategic and commercial thrust into Africa in pursuit of hydrocarbons, mineral...

Grease for the wheels of friendship

At the India-Africa Hydrocarbon Conference in Delhi on 8 December, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna preached the benefits of 'a close alignment on major international issue...

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