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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India was the largest exporter to Bangladesh initially, but has been replaced by China over the years.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...

Indo-US ties under Biden: Retrieving the momentum

Indo-US relations may remain complex under the Joe Biden administration, even as the former can expect a more pragmatic and 'multilateral' approach on trade issues. However, in the aftermath of the pa...

Scripting an export success story for Indian pulses

India's pulses production has increased steadily over the past few years, consequently ensuring a drop in imports. It is an opportune time to leverage this rise to aggressively tap the international m...

Consumer goods trade
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....

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...

Morbi ceramics cluster is investing Rs 8,000-10,000 crore in new facilities

Hiren Varmora, Director, Varmora Granito Pvt Ltd, details the spectacular turnaround that the Indian ceramics industry has managed over the past decade, by combining Chinese pricing, European design t...

Are India’s policies hurting WTO’s dictum?

WTO members have criticised measures like AatmaNirbhar Bharat to promote domestic manufacturing and import substitution. However, domestic support initiatives are being adopted by a number of other co...

Cumin seeds exports: Sailing with the tide

India has emerged the largest exporter of cumin seeds globally in the past few years, accounting for 75% of world exports. Boosting exports further would require capping of domestic prices and educati...

Reorienting SEZs for a self-reliant India

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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...

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