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Russia is also seeking to recover lost ground, and a number of Russian companies are already active in Africa. This is so far limited cooperation in commodity industries and mostly arms, but there are, it seems, and examples of Russian contractors in the construction of infrastructure facilities. A typical example of the acute interest of global players to Africa is an India: in early April 2008, New Delhi hosted the first India-Africa Forum. Motives and forms of Indian interest in Africa are not much different from the Chinese: one only Nigeria already provides 11 percent. India's oil needs. Delhi is also actively seeking to gain access to the oil areas in Angola. The Indian economy is growing rapidly, and, like China, India hopes that Africa will become a market for Indian exports: official New Delhi, predicts that the volume of trade between India and Africa will grow by 2012, up to 50 billion dollars. (trade between Africa and China last year amounted to 73 billion dollars). The Forum India has pledged to double (up to 5.4 billion US dollars) to increase the volume of loans granted to the countries of the continent, and to allocate financial assistance to the hundreds of millions of dollars. Like China, India is its competitors, promising the imperialists, African leaders "a true partnership" — not exploitation of the natural wealth of the continent's projects, and assist in the development of high-tech industries.
According to the President of Senegal, "Indian companies ... give us the technology and know-how. For the first time in Africa, a trade partner that builds a relationship with us, not on the basis of domination, charity or colonial attitudes. " In reality, however, signed in April by Indo-Africa trade agreement focuses on export to India of African cocoa, cotton, aluminum and copper ores, nuts, cane sugar, fish. And of course, according to Indian leaders, New Delhi is interested in supporting African countries it claims for permanent membership in the UN Security Council.
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