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Nov 04, 2018

India, Zimbabwe must work harder to forge partnerships for mutually beneficial brighter future: VP Venkaiah Naidu

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said, India and Zimbabwe must work harder to progress together and forge partnerships for a mutually beneficial brighter future. 

Mr Naidu was addressing the India-Zimbabwe Business Forum in Harare last evening. He urged the captains of industry of both countries to tap the natural synergies and complementarities between the two economies and tapping them for mutual benefit. Mr Naidu said.

The Vice President highlighted keys areas with potential for two-way trade and investment between the two countries including Mining, information and communication technology, pharmaceuticals, agriculture and defence. 

Mr Naidu will attend the Ground Breaking Ceremony of Indian Chancery Building in Harare today. Thereafter, he will leave for Malawi on the final leg of his three-nation visit to Africa.

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