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India and Tanzania partnered on several things in the past and continue to do the same today in the fields of Agriculture, the mining trade and the continued resistance against climate change. The recent visit of Indian Prime Minister Mr. Modi to Tanzania has rejuvenated the relationship between the two nations, and the future only looks brighter. BW Business World conducted an exclusive interview with Trade and Industry Minister, Charles...

  • Posted on : Friday , 15th September 2017
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 India’s agricultural and processed food products exports in the first four months of current fiscal rose by more than 6% to Rs 37,013 crore in comparison to a year ago period, indicating a possible revival in scenario. Officials sources told FE that rise in rice exports mainly because of robust demand from Iran, country’s biggest destination for basmati rice and marginal fall in buffalo meat shipment after a sharp fall in...

  • Posted on : Thursday , 7th September 2017
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 The Bank, through its training programmes and workshops, has been trying to motivate the second generation artisans into learning ancestral crafts, to build a sustainable business and provide due recognition to various arts and crafts at several platforms across India and overseas.   To boost these efforts, Exim Bank is organizing Exim Bazaar, an exhibition-cum-sale of handmade traditional & contemporary arts, crafts and...

  • Posted on : Thursday , 7th September 2017
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   In a bid to boost exports, India’s export credit guarantee agency ECGC has revived its export-factoring business. This move comes amidst a slump in the country’s export growth due to slowing trade across advanced and emerging economies.   Factoring is a financial transaction whereby a seller (for example, an exporter) gets his accounts receivable (invoice) discounted with a ‘factor’ (such as ECGC)....

  • Posted on : Thursday , 7th September 2017
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 To accelerate light commercial vehicle (LCV) exports from just 5% to over 20-22% over the next two to three years, Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer Ashok Leyland is developing left hand drive LCVs for markets such as Middle East, CIS and West Africa, among others, a top official of the company said on Monday.   The first set of left hand drive LCVs is expected to be ready by January 2018 for exports, the company's president...

  • Posted on : Thursday , 7th September 2017
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