Shaping the future of India’s Exports

With improved domestic capabilities and alignment of Government and industries’ objectives, India can further build on the current growth momentum in exports to achieve the US$ 1 trillion target. Th...

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How successful has been India’s ‘Import Substitution’ Strategy?

Bipin Menon, Development Commissioner, Noida SEZ, believes that import substitution is an inappropriate nomenclature for India's policy thrust, which is primarily enhancement of domestic manufacturing...

Moringa: On track for an export surge?

Due to growing recognition of the health benefits of the Moringa plant, India stands to gain significantly as the largest exporter of the product. Exporters must actively ensure compliance to standard...

Indian Toys
Indian toy industry: A step towards self-reliance

The Government of India has emphasized on the promotion of exports and toy manufacturing in India by formulating various schemes. At the same time, Indian toy manufacturers need to come up with new, i...

Professor Manoj Pant, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
Foreign Trade Policy should holistically focus on trade & investment

Prof Manoj Pant, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, discusses the trends in global trade over the past 5 years and how policymakers should approach the Foreign Trade Policy 2021-26 with Indi...

India-Uzbekistan Summit
India-Uzbekistan: A rejuvenating strategic partnership

India's engagement with Uzbekistan can lead to stellar gains for trade, investment and regional connectivity. But it is urgent to address stringent non-tariff barriers constraining the partnership....

India’s trade with Mexico: Transcending geography

India’s present economic and trade engagement with Mexico has shown impressive improvements.  It is now time to enter a new era of partnership that hinges on deeper economic ties and mutual coopera...

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...

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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....

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