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Malawi - India Relations

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Malawi established diplomatic relations with India in 1964.



Malawi and India signed a Bilateral Cooperation Agreement in 2010. There has been bilateral cooperation in a number of areas such as Agriculture, computer technology and many other areas.


India also cooperates with Malawi mainly through the Import and Export Development Bank of India, Indian Technical and Special Economic Cooperation (ITEC) and the Commonwealth African Assistance Plan.


India and Malawi have a trade agreement in which both countries have accorded each other the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) Status.





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