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FY-20 rebound tool: A rejig in foreign trade

The widening current account deficit (CAD) of India indicates that imports exceed exports and hurts the economic growth rate.

As trade wars roil global markets, exporters are set for a difficult time: FIEO’s Ajay Sahai

"We are not a major player who commands 10% of the global trade. Therefore little downfall in trade will affect," he said.

Nasscom wants exports scheme extended by a year

The scheme, introduced by the commerce ministry in 2015, came to an end in March 2019.

Govt to make efforts to push engineering exports to $200 billion by 2030

Engineering exporters are seeking supply of steel at concessional prices so that MSME sector can compete in international markets.

Centre removes export incentives for onion

Under MEIS, the government provides duty benefits depending on product and country.

India needs to remove export barriers with China: Chairman, Indian Chamber of Commerce

Number of enterprises from China and abroad will attend the upcoming South and South Asia Commodity Expo and Investment Fair. The exposition will be held in China’s Kunming. While speaking to ANI, Mahesh Saharia, Chairman of Indian Chamber of Commerce-NE in China said, “China is growing very fast. We're looking towards China. In such forums and elsewhere we need to talk about possibilities of furthering exports from India to China and removing those barriers, because our basket of goods for Chinese market is limited. So we have to find out areas where we are strong and then we'll be able to make it.”

Fresh headache for PM Modi, Piyush Goyal as Trump ends preferential trade treatment for India

The announcement will provide a fresh set of challenges for Minister Goyal, who has to tackle slow export growth and headwinds from uncertain global economic conditions.

US to end GSP trade program with India, says US official

U.S. law requires the administration to wait 60 days after it notifies Congress of the move before it formally ends India's participation in the program.

Export promotion via ecommerce on the cards

DPIIT has decided to set up four working groups comprising industry and government officials to promote exports through ecommerce.

How India can capitalise on US-China trade war

India needs to focus on becoming a new powerhouse as a global hub for exports to cash in on US-China trade war.

Apex textile industry body tells government to be cautious with RCEP talks

Apex textile industry body tells government to be cautious with RCEP talks

The textile industry body said that while the ongoing US-China trade war presents an opportunity to Indian textile manufacturers to enhance their exports to the US, China too would be looking for new markets for its products.

Enhance exports, cut import dependence from China for balance trade: Commerce Ministry's strategy paper

Enhance exports, cut import dependence from China for balance trade: Commerce Ministry's strategy paper

The strategy paper, prepared by the ministry, was submitted to Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu.

RCEP: Aluminium, copper associations caution govt on China’s presence

RCEP: Aluminium, copper associations caution govt on China’s presence

Negotiators of the RCEP bloc will meet on May 24 in an inter-sessional meeting in a bid to conclude the mega trade agreement this year.

WTO warns trade weakness to continue in Q2 as global indicator remains at 9-year low

WTO warns trade weakness to continue in Q2 as global indicator remains at 9-year low

The latest quarterly indicator from the WTO showed that global goods trade growth was likely to remain weak, with a reading of 96.3, unchanged from February, the lowest in nine years.

Taiwan sets eyes on India amid China-US trade war

Taiwan sets eyes on India amid China-US trade war

A spate of Taiwanese investments came by in India in the last one year alone, with investment figures spiralling to $360 million by Taiwanese companies.

US-China trade  spat could lead to dumping of Chinese goods in emerging markets: India Ratings

US-China trade spat could lead to dumping of Chinese goods in emerging markets: India Ratings

Any slowdown in Chinese exports to the US on account of the recent imposition of tariffs on Chinese goods could result in a corresponding rise in Chinese exports to other EMs, it said.

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