INDIAN ambassador to Zimbabwe Rungsung Masakui says the country’s foreign exchange crisis has seen bilateral trade between the two nations declining as investors continue to struggle to repatriate their funds. The envoy told The Financial Gazette that the rising Asian giant is pinning its hopes on the new government to deal with the foreign exchange challenges. “Currently trade between Zimbabwe and India is not much, sitting at around $210 million in 2017 skewed in favour of India. “This has not grown much because of the economic situation in Zimbabwe, the reason being the foreign exchange crisis. If you export to India you are able to repatriate your funds, but when exports are from India, it is difficult to get the…