India signs trade deal with Mauritius


India is going to take a step for the betterment of the country. On monday our country has signed a trade deal with Mauritius. During External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s visit to the island nation, the two sides signed a free trade agreement (FTA) or CECPA — the first such pact with any African country.

S Jaishankar has said that our country is very much privileged that we got the opportunity. And India could manage to do the Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement (CECPA) with Mauritius.


He added that is going to be erfy much helpful for our country, along with that it will also give a boost for the revival of our post-Covid economies and also enable investors of our country to use Mauritius as a launch-pad for business expansion into continental Africa helping the prospect of Mauritius emerging as a ‘hub of Africa’.

Pravind Jugnauth who is the Prime Minister of Mauritian has said that CECPA is first of its kind signed by India with an African country. He also added that this is happening for the first time. It is going to provide new opportunities in terms of trade, goods and services.


He assured that in future CECPA is going to help the indian people to invest in India as well in Mauritius. It might be that in future it will give us a new era of development.

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