India Looks to Gain Foothold in Latin America

5th May 2023

Talks between India and Central American representatives in Panama agreed to continue development of solutions to food security, connectivity and renewable energy. Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar met with counterparts from the Central American Integration System (SICA). An Action Plan will be drawn up to include other areas such as agriculture, IT and health. Trade between India and Latin America reached US$50bn in 2022. India announced plans to gain more of a presence in the region with a logistics centre, possibly in Panama. Jaishankar is on an official tour of the region.

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