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India may allow export of N-95 masks
Exports were banned in February amid the Covid-19 pandemic even as the government gradually removed restrictions on most personal protective equipment (PPE), including clothing and masks used in healthcare activities where there is risk of contamination.
India's export order books improving but labour shortage is still an issue, say exporters
India's exports fell for the fourth straight month ...
Exporters body EEPC India urges Centre for restoration of incentive scheme benefits
Engineering Export Promotion Council of India (EEPC) stat...
India exported 23 lakh personal protection equipment to 5 countries in July: Health Ministry
According to the ministry, the 'Make in India' spirit "embedded in the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan has resulted in providing resilience and self-sufficiency" to the country for various medical equipment including PPE.
Iran's Chabahar port exports cargo to India and Southeast Asia, notwithstanding slowdown
In 2016, Iran, India, and Afghanistan decided to jointly establish a trade route for land-locked Afghanistan and Central Asian countries. India had also sent a consignment of wheat to Afghanistan through Chabahar Port in the past.
No link with case related to stealing of export licences: EXIM Bank
The cyber cell of the Delhi Police on July 27 said it busted a gang involved in allegedly stealing licences of multiple export companies by fraudulently using their information.
India defers certificate requirement for rice export to European countries to Jan 1, 2021
EIC is the official export certification body of India which ensures quality and safety of products exported from India.
India to take equal, proportional measures if other countries impose trade barriers: Goyal
Goyal asserted that the government is looking at providing 'plug and play' infrastructure, faster clearances, more affordable finance and lower logistics cost to invite businesses to India.
Panel proposes a $10 billion state-led export plan to boost agriculture exports
The plan focused on 22 crops that would add value to the international value chain, and would follow a demand-driven approach with anchoring investments from the private sector.
Nitin Gadkari exhorts industry to identify sectors to boost exports, make India 'self-reliant'
Road Transport, Highways and MSME Minister Gadkari while addressing a CII event "India@75 Summit - Mission 2022" urged the industry to look beyond metropolises and developed cities to lay a network of industries and ventures in rural, far-flung and tribal areas which never grabbed attention.
China extends anti-dumping tariff on Indian fibre optic product
The punitive tariff on single-mode optical fibre takes effect from Aug. 14 and lasts for five years, with tariffs ranging between 7.4% and 30.6% depending on the specific Indian manufacturers, the ministry said.
Blocking of online system for tax incentives under MEIS to hit aluminium exports: AAI
AAI urged the Centre to continue with processing of applications through the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) MEIS portal.
Pact to end harmful fish subsidies difficult without special and differential treatment: India
New Delhi’s statement comes in the wake of the multilateral trade body likely to consolidate views of member countries on the latest draft text on fisheries subsidies to be followed by full-fledged negotiations in September with the aim of finalising the pact by the end of December 2020.
Cardamom exports to Saudi Arabia stall over chemical residue norms
“Cardamom exports to Saudi Arabia, which resumed in May this year after a long gap, have again stopped since July, as they have removed the relaxation on the maximum residue level (MRL) of certain pesticides,” said TT Jose, managing director, MAS Enterprises, an exporter from Kerala.
Indian basmati rice and tea exporters to Iran facing uncertainty
Indian basmati rice exporters said they are not entering into new contract with Iranian importers so as to avoid any payment-related problems. Meanwhile, tea traders said export to Iran may stop within a month if the payment issue is not resolved. This would impact the trade in orthodox teas as Iran is India’s biggest buyer in this category.