India-Mauritius Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement,CECPA will come into force from today. It  provides for an institutional mechanism to encourage and improve trade between the two countries. The CECPA covers 310 export items for India, including foodstuff and beverages, agricultural products, textile, electricals and electronic items, plastics and chemicals. 

Mauritius will benefit from preferential market access into India for its 615 products including frozen fish, biscuits, fresh fruits, juices, mineral water, beer and medical and surgical equipment. 

India and Mauritius had signed CECPA on 22nd February this year. It is the first trade Agreement signed by India with a country in Africa.

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