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India: Mauritius and India to Sign MoU in the Field of Cooperatives

2015/01/16

A Memorandum of Considerate (MoU) will be signed by the Ministry of Business, Enterprise and Cooperatives and the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of India to enhance collaboration in the field of cooperatives.

The MoU will provide for cooperation in areas pertaining to the regulatory framework for cooperatives inclunding cooperative development policies and strategies.

It will as well cover cooperation in cooperative education, technical assistance in cooperatives and the dairy sector.

An extra significant component of the collaboration is the sharing of data, exchange of views and identification of new avenues in the field of cooperatives in relation to areas such as agriculture, agro-processing and handicraft.

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