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    An introductory course in trade operations, which involves the buying and selling of products internationally, covers practical topics related to exporting. • Supports in getting Export Certificates. • Supplier and Logistics support. • Providing guidance upto their Export.
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    META conducting one day Training program on export learning and how to do the export business in detail on 24/11/2019 at META-CHENNAI Venue - META,18/72 Jakkamal Koil Street, PostalAudit Colony, saligramam, Chennai- 93.Landmark _ Padma Sarangapani School. Time- 9.30am to 5.30pm.
  • Indian exports to China increase in Jan-Apr 2017
    Indian exports to China saw a sharp rise of 20% in the first four months of 2017 after many years of continuous fall. Exports from India to China reached $5.57 billion even though the trade deficit continued. The exports from India to China mainly increased as steel consumption in the neighboring country has increased. China besides importing gems, diamonds and cotton also bought a large quantity of iron ore from India. Trade between India and China increased by 6% and reached $26.02 billion from January to April in 2017 as per data from China’s customs. This data shows that the Indian exports have reached to $5.57 billion with a rise of 20%. India’s imports from China also reached $20.45 billion with a 14% increase. The trade deficit of India continued and reached $14.88 billion tilting on China’s side in between January-April 2017. This deficit was near $52 billion last year and the total trade between the two countries was over $70 billion.
  • India's sea food exports up 23 per cent at to $5.78 bn in 2016-17
    Buoyed by robust demand for its shrimp and frozen fish in international market, Indian exports of seafood touched their record high in 2016-17. Data released by the commerce ministry on Wednesday showed India exported seafood worth $5.78 billion in 2016-17 compared with $4.69 billion a year ago. "India exported seafood worth an all time high in 2016-17...with USA and South East Asia continuing to be the major importers while the demand from the European Union grew substantially during the period," the ministry said in a statement. Frozen shrimp maintained its position as the top item of export accounting for 64.5% of the total earnings followed by frozen fish with an 11.64% share. While shrimp exports rose 20.33% in dollar terms, outward shipments of frozen fish registered a growth of 26.92% in terms of value.
  • 100 exporters to participate at Kunming fair in China: FIEO
    Over 100 exporters will showcase their products at the Kunming fair in China next week with an aim to boost India's exports there. Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) said the seven day fair will start from June 11. FIEO President Ganesh Kumar Gupta said the fair provides a platform to exporters to exhibit their items and interact with buyers. He will also participate in the China-South Asia Business Forum. Participants are from various sectors such as leather, jute, textile, garments, handicrafts spices, cosmetics and jewellery, he said in a statement. "This event will be a good opportunity for Indian businesses to showcase their products and establish trade linkages with not only China, but also with countries of South-East Asia," he added. These fairs help in increasing exports to China, with which India has huge trade deficit. In 2016-17, the trade gap stood at $51 billion as against $52.7 billion in the previous fiscal.
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