Agriculture Export Policy to be in line with WTO norms

NEW DELHI: The proposed National Agriculture Export Policy — aimed at doubling the Country’s farm exports to $60 billion by 2022, placing India among top 10 agriculture exporters in the world and promoting stability in export rules — is being vetted at the Inter-Ministerial level and will soon be placed before the Union Cabinet for
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Following representations from animal rights activists, the Union Ministry of Shipping has reportedly banned the export of livestock from all sea ports in the country for an indefinite period. The complaint was that animals such as sheep and goats were being shipped to the Gulf for slaughter. There have been reports of public protests in
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NEW DELHI: The proposed Industrial Policy by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) will have special provisions for manufacturing in the textile, leather sectors to boost growth as well as focus on a diffusion of overall export hubs across the Country which are currently getting concentrated in few States. It will also tie
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FICCI’s quarterly survey on manufacturing reiterates a positive outlook for exports with 44 per cent of the participants expecting a rise in exports for Q1 2018-19 and 37 per cent expecting exports to continue on the same path as the corresponding quarter last year. Rupee appreciation did affect exports during Q4 2017-18—55 per cent of
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More Canadian soybeans are finding their way into the Chinese market as US origin soybeans become uncompetitive after the 25% import duty was imposed from July 2018. About ten vessels of soybeans have been sold to China, on a CFR basis, in August at prices ranging from 270 to 280 cents/bushel over November CBOT Futures
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The 38th batch of Export Import Workshop will commence on September 22, 2018, Saturday at 6 pm atAll India Institute of Local Self Government, ‘Sthanikraj Bhavan’, C. D. Barfiwala Marg, Juhu Galli, Andheri (W), Mumbai. It will be conducted by Mr Ajit Shah, who has years of experience in coaching export-import subjects in various institutions.
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Data compiled by the International Coffee Organization (ICO) shows that global coffee exports rose 2.6 per cent in June 2018 from a year earlier to 10.45 million bags of 60 kg each. For the first nine months of the 2017/18 season that began on October 1 last year, coffee exports rose 0.3 per cent to
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According to data compiled by the Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA), India’s total export of oilmeals in July 2018 stood at 1,48,983 tonnes, thus recording a spurt of 18.33 per cent compared to July last year. The overall export from April to July this year was reported at 8,98,871 tonnes, up by nearly 24
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Several clean products tankers were seen on subjects in Brazil to load gasoline cargoes in August, as increased domestic competition with ethanol led to a surplus of gasoline stocks, sources said. “Our cars here work with gasoline and with ethanol, and the ethanol price is now more attractive than gasoline. People are using more ethanol
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NEW DELHI: According to a latest update from the Solvent Extractor’s Association (SEA) of India, the total export of oilmeals was reported at 148983 tonnes in July 2018, recording a spurt of 18.33% compared to July 2017. The overall export during April-July 2018 was reported at 898871 tonnes, up nearly 24% over the comparable period
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