With the current changes in the global world, widening and diversifying trade partners has become imperative in order not to be entirely dependent on a few leading economies.
South-South relations have been envisaged by many countries, such as South Africa or Brazil, which shows that real opportunities lie in their development. It has been shown that cooperation amongst developing countries could help them jointly deal with the common issues they face in the global environment by playing to their strengths. Such negotiations should be developed even more today when the world is witnessing examples of the vulnerability of the historical economic giants.
Argentina and India. Two countries, seemingly distant..Geographically, culturally, geo-politically, et al. But there’s more to these two nations than it seems at first sight.
Both India and Argentina are rapidly growing economies occupying strategic positions in the world business environment. While Argentina is an undeniable window, opening ways to the wide Latin American market and its free trade area, MERCOSUR, India is the most important economy in South Asia and is becoming an indispensable economic partner in the global world.
This report available in both English and Spanish highlights on trends and opportunities in bilateral trade and investments between both the countries.