India-South Africa trade exceeds USD 10 billion target set by leaders

Updated: few hours ago

Johannesburg, Jan 27 (PTI) Trade between India and South Africa has exceeded the USD 10 billion target set by the leaders of the two countries, Consul General Anju Ranjan announced at a reception here on Wednesday to celebrate India's 73rd Republic Day.

"India-South Africa trade has crossed the landmark. We have achieved the 100 per cent target and now it has increased from USD 10 billion to USD 11.6 billion," Ranjan said.

This was despite the restrictions posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in both countries, she added.