Trade

India’s exports grow by 17.7% during April-November, 2022

India’s exports have shown a strong growth of 17.72% as per data released for the period April-November 2022. Petroleum Products, Electronic goods, Tobacco, Tea, Cereal preparations and misc, rice, ...

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Exports grow by 4% in October

India's overall exports in October 2022 were estimated at US$ 58.36 billion, growing by 4% YoY. While merchandise exports dropped by 16% during the month, positive growth was witnessed for some commod...

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Explained: How are SEZs different from DTAs?

Manufacturing units in India which are located in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Domestic Tariff Area (or Domestic Tariff Zones) are booming in the country. India Business and Trade tells you how ...

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Role of IPRs in increasing India’s participation in GVCs

Exports through value chains account for about 70% of global exports. Currently, India is a small player in global value chains (GVCs), smaller than several smaller economies like the Republic of Kore...

If we ignore digital advancement, digital obsolescence will hit us hard

Dr K. Rangarajan, Professor and Head-IIFT, Kolkata Campus & Centre for MSME Studies and Member, Committee for Advanced Trade Research, TPCI agrees that India’s overall pace of digitization is impres...

Blockchain technology: Role in global trade

Global trade is a conglomeration of complex mechanisms. It is subject to huge costs and stricter regulations. It also requires frequent development of technology in foreign trade. This blog introduces...

Increasing India’s exports through integration in global value chains

The disruption of supply chains following the Covid-19 pandemic illustrated the complex nature of world trade and interlinkages between countries. Dr Saon Ray analyses India's current integration into...

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Outcomes of WTO’s MC12 are positive, but inadequate

Dr Amita Batra, Professor of Economics, Centre for South Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, discusses the role of the WTO in context of the changing trade dyn...

Negotiating the Rules-of-Origin (RoO) in trade agreements

Given the complex GVCs & multiple trade agreements with different RoOs and requirements, it is now extremely difficult to understand the entire value chain of a product, the level of value addition by...

India and the FTAs: Heralding hope and harnessing opportunities

There is a paradigm shift in the global trade architecture thanks to the rising number of free trade agreements (FTAs). FTAs are of little use unless they serve their purposes well. Therefore, a caref...

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