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Supply Chain Disruptions: A Revival of ‘Make in India’?

Prof Manoj Pant and Samridhi Bimal argue that for post-COVID realisation of the Make in India vision, greater liberalization of FDI policies needs to be complemented with greater liberalization of tra...

SEZ Manufcturing
Revamping SEZ policy will support Aatmanirbhar Bharat

India needs to urgently revamp its SEZ policy, as the mandatory requirement on net foreign exchange earnings makes it a subsidy that's non-compliant to the WTO. Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIE...

India’s merchandise trade: Recovering from pandemic blues

India’s trade of goods over the past fiscal year has experienced a lot of fluctuations owing to factors like supply chain disruptions at a massive scale, cancellation of orders and overall fall in c...

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India-Bangladesh trade, and the tricky Chinese connect

India was the largest exporter to Bangladesh initially, but has been replaced by China over the years. Both Bangladesh and India need to work on collaborative mechanisms to boost their trade relations...

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Foreign Trade Policy: Trade facilitation more important than export incentives

Prof Basanta Sahu, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, views that many exporters are not too concerned about current trade incentives. Instead, India’s focus should be more on choosing the right mark...

Resolving India’s export credit issues to drive competitiveness

Financial institutions in India must strategize their export credit specifically for SME lending business to offer customised solutions that meet their needs....

Trade in COVID-19 related medical products: The Indian experience

The pandemic has evolved both as a challenge and an opportunity for India’s trade in medical products. The rising global demand for Indian COVID-19 vaccines may further give a boost to the sector. N...

Will Dr Ngozi Okonjo’s stint at WTO be as historic as her appointment?

While the leadership change in the US may be a shot in the arm for new WTO Chief Dr Ngozi Okonjo, she has to walk a tightrope on a number of urgent issues. Arguably, the priority for her would be to e...

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Foreign trade policy should focus more on vision for trade

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIER, proposes a step-by-step framework for India’s Foreign Trade Policy, where India should look at success stories from other countries, make subsidies WTO-comp...

The‌ ‌journey‌ ‌from‌ ‌MEIS‌ ‌to‌ ‌RoDTEP‌‌ A‌ ‌bumpy‌ ‌ride ‌- tpci
RoDTEP: The end justifies the means

Exporters would benefit from early announcement of RoDTEP rates across sectors, as well as a seamless process for claiming benefits. While there is currently ambiguity on the exact outlay given budget...

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