Saudia Cargo lauds trade with India

Saudia Cargo is hoping to capitalise on the strength of trade between India and Saudi Arabia.
The airline met with India’s economic advisor in the ministry of civil aviation, Vandana Agarwal, at this week’s Air Cargo India event.
The airline emphasised that Saudia Arabia is the fourth largest market in the world for Indian exports after China, US and the UAE. Its major exports include fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, basmati rice, textiles, machinery, electronics and raw materials.
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia accounts for many of India’s major imports such as organic and inorganic chemicals, metal scrap, leather, gold and oil.
At the meeting, Agarwal emphasised the strong relations and growing trade between the two countries and conveyed her thanks to Saudia Cargo’s efforts in falicitating business with India.

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