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Premier Moe Concludes Successful Trade Mission To India

Released on December 3, 2018

Premier Scott Moe has returned from his first trade mission to India.  During the trip, Premier Moe made stops in New Delhi and Mumbai and met with a number of Indian government and business leaders to advance Saskatchewan’s trade interests.

“India is one of Saskatchewan’s most important markets,” Moe said.  “This mission was an opportunity for me to meet with important Indian stakeholders and decision makers and to discuss ways to work together to advance our mutual prosperity.”

During the mission, the Premier:
  • met with a number of Indian government leaders, including the Minister of Commerce and Industry, the Minister of Food Processing Industries, a Minister of State for the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare and the Chair of the Atomic Energy Commission of India;
  • continued discussions around the challenges of tariffs on Saskatchewan pulse crops;
  • met with major importers of Saskatchewan potash and pulse crops to encourage further development;
  • met with area farmers and visited a market development project where Saskatchewan potash is used to enhance mustard crop yields;
  • had meetings with a number of Indian business leaders to promote Saskatchewan as a place to invest and to identify potential partnerships in innovation and research;
  • participated in roundtable discussions with Canadian and Indian business leaders on the current state of trade opportunities for future growth; and
  • met with students and alumni of Saskatchewan Polytechnic and oversaw the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the University of Regina and the Emmanuel Hospital Foundation to facilitate exchanges in nursing education.
“While we continue to face significant challenges in India regarding tariffs and trade barriers, we know our relationship will continue to grow and develop,” Moe said.  “With an export driven economy like Saskatchewan, we need to engage proactively with key markets like India to ensure we are creating wealth and opportunity for Saskatchewan people.  That’s what trade missions like this are all about.”

India is the world’s second most populated country and is growing rapidly.  Saskatchewan has been Canada’s top exporter to India for the past decade with exports valued at $1.15 billion in 2017, which accounted for 27 per cent of Canada’s total exports to the region.  Saskatchewan’s major exports to India include potash, uranium, lentils and peas.  Approximately 4,550 Saskatchewan jobs rely on exports to India.


For more information, contact:

Jim Billington
Executive Council
Phone: 306-787-0425

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