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Trade between Mozambique and India reached almost $2 billion in 2018, according to data released on Thursday.
Of the close to $2 billion, $918 million is related to exports of Mozambican products, with emphasis on mineral coal, boer beans and cashew nuts.
The data was released on Thursday in Maputo by India’s Ambassador to Mozambique, Rudra Gaurav, after bidding farewell to President Filipe Nyusi.
According to Gaurav, Mozambique has the potential to diversify the export market, and remains the largest recipient of India’s investments.
He said in the last three years, exports of boer beans increased from 60,000 to 125,000 tonnes per year.
And on Thursday, President Nyusi received the Ambassador of Venezuela.Source: Radio Moçambique