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April 2009 International Affairs
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April 2009 International Affairs

  • The International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics 2009 of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) ranks India as the fourth leading producer of automobiles, petroleum products, textiles, electrical machinery and apparatus, basic metals, chemicals and chemical products, leather products coke and nuclear fuel after China, USA and Italy. 
  • ·         On April 2, 2009, leaders of the Group of 20 countries met in London and agreed to a $ 1.1 trillion (Rs 55 lakh crore) deal to combat the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
  • ·         North Korea announced that it had successfully conducted it`s second nuclear test, defying international warnings.

 

  • ·         Nejib Tun Razak sworn in as Malaysia’s sixth Prime Minister in the constitutional monarch’s palace in Kuala Lumpur.
  • ·         A 6.3-magnitude earthquake striked Italy – its worst in three decades, killing 289 and leaving some 30,000 homeless.
  • ·         Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad opened a nuclear fuel plant in Isfahan province and announced the testing of two high capacity centrifuges.
  • ·         Russia cancelled 1999 decree that imposed a regime of “anti-terror operation” in Chechnya and formally declared  it a zone of peace. It has recalled the tight security regime that has been in force in the region for the past decade.

 

  • ·         France has announced to train a 500-strong Somali battalion to help support the country’s fledging security forces against Islamist militants and pirate gangs.
  • ·         South Africa’s long dominant African National Congress has won overwhelmingly in parliamentary elections. Jacob Zuma was re elected as the president.

 


 

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