The Indian government is building a coconut plantation in the Caribbean, in an effort to bolster the country’s coconut industry.
The government is also seeking private investors to help finance the project.
The government, which last year said it was looking for private investment to finance a plantation, has also ordered the construction of an oil refinery to be built in the United States.
It has also signed agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Turkey for the construction and sale of liquefied natural gas to India.
The Indian government’s plan to boost the coconut industry is in line with the government’s strategy to revive domestic coconut production, said Dr Suman Chandra, head of the Indian Coconut Research Institute.
The country’s government has made efforts to boost domestic production of the coconut by raising the minimum price for coconut products.
The country’s Coconut Development Board has also announced a number of projects to boost production, including an airport in Mumbai and a high-speed rail line connecting Chennai with Delhi.
The company, which is based in Dubai, has been developing a range of coconut products including coconut flour and coconut oil.
The company has also launched a coconut fibre powder brand.