This report prepared jointly by CII and the African Trade Policy Centre at ECA not only provides an overview of Africa–India trade, but it also highlights the key role that their respective ongoing integration processes can have on Africa-India relations, particularly through the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) for Africa, and the regional comprehensive economic partnership (RCEP) for India. In the report, some external factors affecting them as well as new enablers of trade between Africa and India, such as the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor, are discussed. Through the use of case studies, the report explains the main obstacles that are in the way of increasing trade between the two countries. We hope that the report will be a useful tool for policymakers and industry to better understand trade and investment relations between the two countries and how best to leverage them. This is to ensure that both partners, in the long term, are able to reap positive benefits from increased trade and investment ties.