India's Agricultural Exports Increased To $43.37 Billion Between April And January

India's rural products rose 6.04 percent during April-January of the ongoing monetary year to worth $43.37 billion, said by Association Priest of State for Business and Industry Anupriya Patel. During a similar period last year, the products were at $40.90 billion. 

India's farming commodities during the full monetary year 2021-22, contacted the most noteworthy ever at $50.21 billion.
The ministry added that it has not yet established any goals for 2023-2. "A rise in agricultural exports enhances farmers' realisations and increases their income. The Government has launched a Farmer Connect Portal to give a platform for Farmer Producer Organizations/Companies (FPOs/FPCs) and cooperatives to directly communicate with exporters in order to ensure that farmers profit from exports, the minister added.

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