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Malawians keen to build trade ties with India

 Building on historical relationships, Malawians have set their sights on strengthening trade and investment relations with India in sectors as diverse as agriculture, telecommunications and pharmaceuticals writes *Claire Ngozo.

MALAWI'S interest in investment from India comes at a time when Africa's regional economic giant, South Africa, is also strengthening its relations with the Asian country through the India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) dialogue forum. IBSA is a trilateral development initiative aimed at promoting South-South cooperation and exchange.

At the end of Mar. 2011, Malawian trade minister Eunice Kazembe attended the seventh India-Africa Business Conclave in New Delhi, India, where she approached Indian investors to explore trade opportunities in Malawi's mining, tourism and energy industries.

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