From the UAE and Saudi Arabia to Qatar and Oman, Delhi’s outreach to the Gulf this year has been unprecedented amid the pandemic. The response from these Arab states towards India has been even more overwhelming setting the template for robust and sustainable associations.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's outreach towards the UAE and Saudi Arabia have been viewed as a tremendous diplomatic success. These positive engagements are turning into an oasis of economic and geopolitical opportunities. We examine India’s efforts to gain influence across multiple platforms in the GCC region in a series of analytical commentaries titled the India-GCC Special Series.
Beyond the mutual trade of $120 billion, a free trade pact will be a gamechanger for New Delhi and Gulf capitals.
With significant headroom in various sectors of the Indian economy and spurred by the Modi government's consistent courtship, trade between Gulf states and India aims for a new high.
The Modi government’s proactive outreach to UAE is beginning to pay rich economic dividends. Companies such as Emaar, DP World and others are building a massive food corridor that will ensure food security in the Gulf state and benefit 2 million farmers in India.
Food security corridor to attract more than $7 billion in investments and create more than 200,000 jobs in India.
In an exclusive interview with ‘India Global Business,’ Hamad Buamim, President & CEO of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry shares his views and opinions on the various sectors of synergy that are propelling bilateral ties between India and the UAE.
India showcases the massive potential for its food and agritech sectors at Dubai conference on the back of biggest and boldest reforms to its farming economy.