India and Tanzania have agreed to develop solar power projects together in the future as members of International Solar Alliance (ISA).
The decision was made during the ninth India-Tanzania Joint Commission on Trade, Scientific and Technical Cooperation led by the External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation of Tanzania, Dr. Augustine P. Mahiga.
India is the largest trading partner of Tanzania comprising 18 percent of its foreign trade and is among the top five investing countries in Tanzania. India has committed over a billion dollar of credit for development projects in Tanzania.
Both the governments have also identified energy, power generation and distribution as promising sectors for development. Read More
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