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Time is ripe for India to explore trade deal with AfCFTA: Commerce Secy

AfCFTA brings together the 55 countries of the African Union and eight regional economic communities to create a single market for the continent

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Free trade | Commerce ministry | Africa

Shreya Nandi  |  New Delhi 



indian economy, exports, imports, trade deficit
The commerce secretary’s statement comes at a time when Indian has signed two trade pacts with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Australia in February and April, respectively

With the signing of the world’s largest area–African Continental Area (AfCFTA)--the time is right for India to explore a trade with the union, commerce secretary BVR Subrahmanyan said on Wednesday.

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First Published: Wed, July 20 2022. 21:23 IST

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