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Exports of Agri commodities by PEC Limited and other trading companies

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Introduction:
Agriculture, a core sector of the Indian economy, accounts for 30 per cent of the country’s GDP, 20 per cent of total export earnings, two thirds of country’s workforce and livelihood for 70 per cent of the total population. The past accomplishments of this sector are a great strength to face the current problems and future challenges in the areas of greater efficiency (competitiveness), sustainability, poverty alleviation and continued food self-sufficiency. With trade liberalisation, agricultural exports have also become an important national goal.

The new economic regime, initiated since early nineties, has led to resetting of the goals of Indian agriculture towards global competitiveness and export orientation without compromising the basic premise of self-reliance. The emergence of the concept of sustainability of agricultural production has made the task more difficult for all those who are associated with agricultural production systems in the country. The present goals of Indian agriculture warrant reformation of strategies and action plans. Agricultural exports increased from about 600 million US dollars in 1960-61 to 3520 million US dollars in 1990- 91. During post economic reforms period, the value of agricultural exports has nearly doubled. The share of agri-exports in total exports, however, has remained more or less stable around 20 per cent, though the share of exports in agricultural GDP has been rising.

Commodities such as marine products, oil meals, rice, coffee, tea, spices, cashew, tobacco, castor oil, groundnut, sesame, fresh fruits, vegetables, pulses etc., are important export earners and are being exported to more than 110 countries.

The encouraging results of goal-oriented Green Revolution, White Revolution, Yellow Revolution etc. enthuse the agricultural fraternity of the country to set a new goal for ‘Agri-Export Revolution’ which is not only the need of the hour but also a compulsion to strengthen and revitalize the economy of the country. While India holds an important position in the export market for a set of traditional agricultural commodities, new areas and new commodities are likely to emerge such as live animals and animal products, fruits, vegetables, floriculture, medicinal plants and processed agricultural products. In order to understand the emerging challenges and to identify ways and means of placing our country as a major player in the global export market for agricultural products, the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) in collaboration with the Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner and the State Government of Rajasthan deliberated on the theme “Sustainable Agricultural Export” during the Fourth Agricultural Science Congress held at Jaipur in February, 1999.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 76
Package Includes: Synopsis + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: BACKGROUND
AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS—ADVANTAGE INDIA
CEREALS
HORTICULTURAL PRODUCE
COMMERCIAL CROPS
OILSEEDS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS
MARINE PRODUCTS
EXPORTS FROM ARID AGRICULTURE
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE INTERFACE AMONG VARIOUS AGENCIES
INVESTMENT IN PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
EXPORT PROMOTION
FOOD SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
DEVELOPING MANAGERIAL CAPABILITY
LONG-TERM EXPORT POLICY
COMPANY PROFILE
CHAPTER 3: PROMOTING EXPORTS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS FROM INDIA
RATIONALE FOR EXPORT RESTRICTING BEHAVIOR
CHAPTER 4: LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 5: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
METHODOLOGY
METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION
ANALYSIS PATTERN
CHAPTER 6: DATA ANALYSIS
A. GENERAL GOODS RELATED QUESTIONS
B. QUESTIONS RELATED TO RULES OF ORIGIN
C. QUESTIONS RELATED TO IMPORT RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS
D. QUESTIONS RELATED TO ACCESS TO RAW MATERIALS AND EXPORT RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS
FINDINGS
LIMITATIONS
CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
APPENDIX: QUESTIONNAIRE
A. GENERAL GOODS RELATED QUESTIONS
B. QUESTIONS RELATED TO RULES OF ORIGIN
C. QUESTIONS RELATED TO IMPORT RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS
D. QUESTIONS RELATED TO ACCESS TO RAW MATERIALS AND EXPORT RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS


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