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Indian cereals exports need to prepare for a quantum leap

Globally, India ranks 5th in total export of cereals. However, looking at the top exported products, India’s share is negligible in all categories barring rice. This article emphasises the need for ...

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Expanding global reach of India’s horticulture sector

India is the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world, but hasn't replicated the same success in exports. Centre for Advanced Trade Research analysed the growth opportunities for ...

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Understanding India’s export outperformance

India is standing out among major economies in terms of rebound in exports. Growth in exports of goods during Jan-Jun 2021 stood at 46.9% yoy, while import growth equaled 50%. This infographic analyse...

Organic food sector: On the cusp of expansion

Being home to 30% of world organic producers, India's organic food sector has shown significant progress during 2017-20 with its production increasing at a CAGR of 19.05% and consumption increasing at...

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India’s consumer goods exports: At an inflexion point?

With policies that focus on sales performance and enhanced ease of doing business, India can aspire to replicate Chinese success in consumer goods....

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Inorganic chemicals: On the expansion trail

India ranked 6th among leading importers of inorganic chemicals, while it ranked 17th among the leading exporters. The industry is expecting strong growth headwinds in the coming years due to the grow...

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Intermediate goods trade: A reflection of GVC participation

India needs to enhance its trade in intermediate goods through removal of infrastructure bottlenecks, investments in skilling, enhancing of scale economies and supporting MSMEs to tap global markets.....

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A chronicle of India’s export journey during FTP 2015-20

India's share in global exports has grown marginally from 1.6% to 1.7% during 2015-19, with both exports and imports growing at a CAGR of 5.2%. The upcoming FTP needs to focus on growing India's share...

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Will RCEP withdrawal hurt India’s chemical industry?

Indian chemical exports to RCEP member countries have been witnessing strong growth over the past few years. But preferential access to RCEP members could put Indian chemical companies at a disadvanta...

Re-imagining India’s trade with the non-ASEAN RCEP

From a 'sum-of-parts' approach IBT looks at non-ASEAN RCEP countries that India can intensify engagement with as it chooses to stay out of the agreement....

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