Nigeria-India Trade Hits U.S.$10 Billion-Envoy

Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr. Mahesh Sachdev has said that bilateral trade between Nigeria and India has hit $10 billion. He put the Indian investment in the country at $6.6 billion.

The Indian envoy made the disclosure yesterday when he paid a courtesy call on the Niger state governor, Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu, in Minna. He said India will continue to cooperate with Nigeria to improve her economy as well as in the capacity building of workers.[AllAfrica]

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